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A Beginner’s Guide to Ethereum: Buy Ether Now Or Wait?

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When is it a good time to buy and sell a particular Cryptocurrency? That is the million-dollar question. Surely, the person who could know the answer would be a multi billionaire by now. There are, however, certain trends and signs one can look out for that may give a good indication of whether or not it is a good time to buy or sell a specific Cryptocurrency. We use Vitalik Buterin’s Ethereum as example.

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What is Ethereum?

Ethereum is a very important crypto in the sense that competition is always good for business. Ethereum was introduced in 2013 by a crypto researcher and developer Vitalik Buterin. It is currently the second most popular Cryptocurrency, following Bitcoin and is said to be the next Bitcoin. Ethereum differs from Bitcoin in the sense that it introduced smart contracts to the industry. It has relatively the same qualities as Bitcoin – it is open-source and built on Blockchain, which defines its abilities and characteristics. Enabled by Ethereum, a smart contract is a computer algorithm that allows users to build or develop innovative tools and systems to perform various tasks. These smart contracts run on Blockchain and eliminate the need for third parties. It can save one a lot of time and money.

The market is very much split in two as the majority of investors put their money in both Bitcoin and Ethereum. Ethereum’s token that you can trade with on exchanges is called an “ether” and can be bought or sold not only for Bitcoin, but also for any popular fiat currency like USD or EUR. Some cryptocurrency exchanges even offer an option of converting ETH to GBP, which can now bring you around £340 per coin.

Ethereum was forked in 2016, and Ethereum Classic (ETC) was introduced to the market. There are currently talks of another fork for Ethereum Classic that is expected to happen sometime in December 2017.

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The latest on Ethereum

In order to determine whether or not it is a good time to invest in a Cryptocurrency, one should keep an eye on the news. News greatly affects whether a coin’s price will spike or take a hike. Remember – buy the rumor, sell the news.

According to CryptoCoins News, Mike Novogratz, an investor, predicts that the price of Ether could skyrocket till the end of 2017. Currently, the price of Ether in USD is $437. This follows the Ethereum Foundation introducing new scaling solutions like Plasma and Casper. Ethereum can now allow for more transactions than the Bitcoin network. Bitcoin is a bit slow at the moment. Ethereum is said to have had an upgrade recently, and it will do away with unnecessary information “clogging” the system. It will also allow Ethereum’s blockchain to perform even faster while the productivity will increase to 550,000 transactions per day.

If you want to stay on top of Ethereum and watch your investment grow, monitor market changes through sector-specific announcements, news sites, charts, etc.

Should I buy Ethereum now or wait?

Various crypto analysts and experts give their opinion regarding the question at hand.

Novogratz was quoted in Fortune in May 2017 that he would consider buying more Ethereum if the price drops to $150 or $200. This means Ethereum would have a market cap of more or less than $20 billion. Novogratz told the news site that he believes the crypto market “has much further to run.”

On another note, when a particular coin’s price spikes, a lot of people want to jump in and buy immediately. This is not the right thing to do. Buy low, sell high, and repeat. Normally, when a coin has spiked, the market will take back 60%. By making use of some analytical tools, you can determine where this point will be. This is generally a good entry point. Despite of these and other trading tools, there is no guarantee in this industry. Majority of the time it is better to invest in a coin for a long term rather than for a short term.

One can also opt for dollar-cost averaging. It is a clever investment strategy when one buys a particular coin every month on a specific date. You may buy $100 Ethereum every 15th of a month and, over the long run, you will see your investment grow. The truth is that no one can really predict what the market will do, and sometimes it is better to buy now. It may happen that the price will never go down again.

The one thing that is great about cryptos is that you can buy a part of an Ethereum. For example, you can have a fifth of a Bitcoin or Ethereum, and if you do some day trading, you can easily grow this into one or even two coins.

It is really up to you if you want to buy Ethereum today or wait for the price to get lower. Before you invest, ask yourself this question: How much are you ready to lose?

Ethereum price predictions for 2018

According to Coin Spectator, an automated news aggregation service, Ethereum could reach $1,000. This is due to its increasing popularity and innovative technology. It is interesting to see that Ethereum spiked with more than 3,995% during 2017 whilst Bitcoin increased by more than 377%.

According to the website Investing Haven, it agrees with the $1,000 price prediction, adding that if it does not reach this price in 2018, it will surely do so by 2020. The website gives the following three factors as the reason for this prediction:

  • Considering the future supply of Ether, developers may want to ensure that the number of coins remains constant. It may increase now but will stabilize after a while.
  • The increasing demand and use of Ethereum’s smart contracts. The need for decentralized systems is growing on a daily basis. Investing Haven predicts that 5 – 7 years from now there will be a 20 – 30-fold increase in the smart contract apps being used.
  • If the price of Ether continues growing in the same way it is now, it will attract more investors.

Where do I buy Ethereum?

There are hundreds of exchanges where you can buy Ethereum. Here is a list of reputable exchanges for you to consider. Be sure to pick the one that perfectly suits your particular needs and offers a reliable and transparent service.

In conclusion, some are saying that there is a strong possibility that Ether could eventually be worth more than Bitcoin. Investors are constantly looking out for the next best investment – maybe this is one of those?

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  1. andrewmayne1

    December 9, 2017 at 10:24 pm

    With regard to the article about futures trading and bitcoin (https://hacked.com/futures-trading-bullish-or-bearish-for-bitcoin/#comment-4523), which recommended to sell Bitcoin for now – do you have any view on whether we should be selling our Ethereum?

    I know it’s hard to tell, the other article suggested that either when bitcoin drops, ethereum could also drop, or it could see a rally as people move out of bitcoins. Wondering whether the author is cashing out their alts as well as their bitcoins?

  2. saxonlucius

    December 10, 2017 at 4:19 am

    Maybe it is good to buy now and hold. I don’t think Ether will go back down. I think in 2018 a LOT of people are going to be entering into crypto and the value is going to go way up. 2018 is going to be a big year for this. Its getting more user friendly. Smart contracts have to get more user friendly and more and more people will be able to do it without development skills. I don’t think anything is going to go down. I think monero might just keep flying up also. The beginning of all this is starting now and within like 3 or 4 months they will all be up. This is the rise of global currency backed by computers that are very quickly becoming part of us. All of this is awesome and kinda scary. lol. I think buy as much as possible now and keep putting money in and hold it. Follow the market. Some ICO’s are really good also. NAGA looks like its going to do well. Awesome ARTICLE!!!!

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So you’ve owned bitcoin for a while and have even made a little money on it. It has been fun watching the market value of bitcoin go up, but now you need to buy a few things and don’t have any fiat currency. This means it’s time to spend your bitcoin.

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There are major paths to spending your bitcoin. You can either find a place that directly accepts cryptocurrency, use a wallet that converts the cryptocurrency to fiat currency before paying, or convert your cryptocurrency back to fiat currency yourself before paying.

Find a Place that Accepts Bitcoin

As simple as this sounds, bitcoin is still not widely accepted by merchants, online or brick-and-mortar, in the world. You will have to seek out merchants who accept bitcoin and then hope they have what you’re looking for.

In addition to simply paying for a good or service, you could trying gambling or donating your bitcoin. Casinos have started permitting deposits using bitcoin, and the result has worked out relatively well so far, so this is expected to continue. Donations are possible for certain charities,

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Paying Online

Merchants such as Microsoft, Overstock, Newegg, and Dell are probably the largest companies who work with bitcoin. The hope is Amazon will begin to accept it in the future, but for now this is a great start and opens up a lot of options for users looking to spend their bitcoin.

The biggest reason why these companies are willing to accept it is it is an appreciating good and there are lower fees than if a user buys something with a credit card. Credit card companies take a percentage cut which hurts the company in the long-run. In this sense, bitcoin is disrupting those companies as well.

In terms of large platforms, PayPal and Shopify both have an integrated bitcoin payment capability. This will have an even larger effect than the previously mentioned merchants accepting bitcoin because of the scalability of the use. It will allow a large percentage of merchants to accept the cryptocurrency with little to no work, and will therefore greatly increase the utility of bitcoin.

Paying in Person

It is rare you will find a store that accepts bitcoin by happenstance. Right now, this occurs more often as a form of gimmick or promotion that will get a store or restaurant publicity. Some places have put out QR codes for tips or donations, but this is the exception and shouldn’t be counted on.

If you are intent on spending your bitcoin in person – meaning you transfer the money directly from your wallet to the merchant’s wallet, then do your research ahead of time. Coinmap.com is a service which provides an aggregation of all the known stores who accept bitcoin.

Use a Wallet

Now that cryptocurrencies have reached somewhat of a critical mass, we are seeing a lot more businesses pop up with the goal of making it easier to spend your bitcoin. There is a huge opportunity in being able to unlock the utility of bitcoin as a medium of transfer, and these businesses are working on doing just that.

Companies like TenX and Monaco whose sole goal is unlocking the spending power of bitcoin. These companies work to integrate their platform so when you use their version of a credit card, it converts your cryptocurrency into the appropriate currency and spends it. Their product depends on cheap conversion fees and maximum convenience.

Even if you had never held bitcoin before, having a credit card that could spend your money in the appropriate fiat currency and minimize your fees would be a superior value proposition. These companies know what ails most consumers and want to make it easier to manage all your finances in a centralized manner.

Basically, they are using the opportunity afforded by cryptocurrency’s inconvenience to leverage their platform so they can replace the service offering of big banks. By providing flawless currency management, helping to manage spending, and enabling frictionless instant payments, they become the best option in the market.

Convert it Yourself

Sometimes the easiest way to spend your bitcoin is to just convert it back to fiat currency and spend it yourself. This would be done over an online exchange, but requires less of a time investment and is more convenient. You will have enjoyed an increase in the market value of your investment, and even though this might be the most inefficient in terms of transaction fees, it gives you the most freedom to spend your cryptocurrency on whatever you wish.

Conclusion

Every day it becomes slightly easier for you to spend bitcoin. Businesses want to make it as easy as possible for people to pay with it, not to mention the fact that it doesn’t cost them as much as if you were to use credit cards. Online payment processors and wallet start-ups are both working to make it a simpler process to utilize bitcoin freely. As a result, a few years from now you will probably find there is minimal friction when you go to spend bitcoin. In a way, this is what technologists mean when they talk about bitcoin being widely adopted.

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A Beginner’s Guide to TRON (TRX) Cryptocurrency

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The following article is a re-write of content originally developed by Coincentral.com: What is Tron (TRX) Cryptocurrency? | Beginner’s Guide

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Since the inception of the very first bitcoin in 2008 and right after the rapid increase in bitcoin’s price, numerous other cryptocurrencies including Ethereum, Litecoin, Monero, Ripple, etc have been launched and introduced to the gargantuan market of cryptocurrency trading. Among the thousands of cryptocurrencies available at the moment, TRON has gained considerable popularity in the last few months. This cryptocurrency was first introduced to the market as an initial coin offering (ICO) on September 9, 2017, by a Singapore based non-profit organization.

By definition, TRON refers to an open source blockchain-based protocol specifically designed for the digital entertainment industry spread across the globe. It offers a decentralized platform that shares various entertainment content by leveraging a blockchain and peer-to-peer (P2P) network technology.

With its official cryptocurrency Tronix (TRX), this decentralized platform aims to mitigate the plenary control of the internet by a paltry number of corporations such as Google, Facebook and  Amazon by handing ownership of the data pool to the user. As per TRON’s whitepaper, the sole purpose of this cryptocurrency is to become an asset for humankind rather than turning into a profit-making tool for cryptocurrency traders.

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The Technology behind TRON

TRON incorporates a blockchain based peer-to-peer technology which basically means that like other cryptocurrencies, it is capable of eliminating the middleman. From another aspect, TRON’s technology is a distributed storage facility that allows its users to access entertainment content from every part around the world without seeking assistance from GooglePlay Store or Apple Store. As a result, the content producers are able to receive funds directly from the consumers quickly.

As a cryptocurrency platform, TRON is capable of supporting multifarious blockchain networks and smart contracts including bitcoin, Qtum, Ethereum, EOS, and various other smart contracts. With this innovative technology and Peiwo App, TRON has become the first smart contract blockchain protocol that possesses over 10 million wallet holders all across the globe.

Stages of TRX:

TRON incorporates several stages or phases as it implements multiple blockchain technologies. It is currently on Exodus stage but in the coming years, this cryptocurrency is supposed to incorporate five more phases:

  1. Exodus: This modus operandi of this phase is quite similar to that of IPFS (a peer-to-peer hypermedia platform that is capable of making webs faster). As mentioned earlier, TRON is currently in this phase and the principal objective of Exodus is to provide a simple distributed file sharing facility. In this phase, TRON cannot leverage any blockchain technology on its current platform.
  2. Odyssey: This is the second phase of TRON and it intends to incentivize the creation and early adoption of a propriety community of entertainment contain creators. The Odyssey phase will be similar to the proof of stake paradigm. In this phase, the scale of reimbursement for creation is linked to a metric which follows a tipping scheme instead of views or clicks. The reason for eliminating the click or view system is to ensure authentication. Clicks can be produced in a bulk if there is a click farm or automated body involved. In this phase, the users of TRON will be able to make transactions by using TRX via unidirectional payment channels similar to µRaiden.
  3. Great Voyage: The third phase of TRON will be a personal ICO based on the advantages of blockchain network. Income payment, dividend management, and management of supporters would be the three principal objectives of this phase. Great Voyage would be able to transform this cryptocurrency from “fan economy” to “fan finance”. To achieve these goals, a personalized blockchain platform of TRON would be created in this phase.
  4. Apollo: This phase will also exhibit similar characteristics as Great Voyage. Like the third phase, Apollo would also offer an individual ICO to its users and an Ethereum-like platform. In this phase, TRON will be able to launch its own tokens that users would be able to emply for decentralized trading. Through this decentralized trading, the economic vitality of the entire system is likely to be increased considerably. However, there is also a possibility of a slight ramification where the network would not be able to validate the uniqueness of every token individually. To prevent this situation, TRON is likely to introduce a sophisticated security system that would successfully obliterate malicious websites, Sybil attacks, and hack attacks.
  5. Star Trek: The fifth phase or the Star Trek phase is actually quite similar to the technology of Augur that is basically a gaming platform. In this phase, the content platform of TRON would be transformed into a decentralized gaming platform with autonomous gaming as well as predicting functions. As the current value of the global gaming market is more than $450 billion, this phase is likely to provide TRON the impetus it needs to reach a desirable market capitalization.
  6. Eternity: As the sixth and final stage of this cryptocurrency, Eternity would basically deal with the fundraising and monetize depending on the growth of its community. In this phase, the investors would be able to put their money in globally popular games.

The Advantages of TRX

The TRX cryptocurrency of TRON can provide the following advantages to its users:

  1. Data liberation: The users or data creators would have the fundamental ownership of the entertainment contents and other related data instead of middlemen like Google Play Store or Apple.
  2. Personal ICO: The liberty to dole out individual digital assets.
  3. Gaming and market forecasting: TRX comes with a distributed digital asset that allows market forecasting and gaming for the investors.

TRX Market Cap, Circulation, and Trading History:

At this very moment, the market capitalization of this cryptocurrency is circa $7.5 billion, which is a steep rise from its market cap $6.47 billion just a few days ago. As on December 18, 2017, Sun announced that $34.2 billion worth TRON token is locked up until January 2020. At the moment, 1 TRX is equivalent to $0.114084.

TRX Price Surge

Buying and Storing TRX

Interested traders can access TRX in exchanges like Binance and Liqui, where they can trade them for bitcoin or Ethereum. In exchanges like Bitstamp or Coinbase, TRON is also tradable.

For storing TRX, hardware wallets like Ledger Nano S or Trezor will be appropriate as TRX is an ERC-20 Token.

Conclusion

Although it’s still early days, TRON’s native Tronix token has shown significant promise to become a viable cryptocurrency of the future. The recent large upswing in its value suggests TRX could have a pivotal role to play in the overall market.

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As we all know, any kind of professional activity requires its own set of tools and equipment. Trading is no exception to this. It is also true that the more demanding your use is, the more expensive the required equipment tends to get. Still, when compared to other jobs you could take up, the equipment required to trade, whether it is in crypto, stocks, or forex, is quite cheap.

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You have wide options available when it comes to choosing a platform to trade on. Cryptocurrency traders usually use an exchange with its own decent web-based trading interface, thus reducing the need for other platforms that forex and stock traders have traditionally used.

Many cryptocurrency traders instead opt to do their charting on a separate platform, and then place their orders directly on the exchange. In fact, separating trading and charting is a good practice that I usually recommend because it keeps you from making impulse trades when you are doing your analysis. If you instead do your analysis on a separate platform, and then need to log in to your broker to place the trade, chances are you will have time to reflect over what you are doing and thus reduce the likelihood of making mistakes.

Trading software packages also vary widely in price, from free basic packages to extremely expensive options designed for institutions. In this article, I will cover two of the most popular platforms for retail traders that are available for a relatively low cost.

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TradingView

Perhaps the most popular charting software for technical analysis right now is TradingView. This platform has earned the top spot over the past few years for very good reason, with the main one being its social experience.

TradingView lets users publish their own trade ideas for the rest of the community to see and rate. Ideas are usually based on technical analysis, and are drawn directly on the charts using the built-in tools for technical analysis.

While TradingView used to be a community mainly consisting of forex traders, a huge number of cryptocurrency traders have also come to the platform over the past year. The charting tool now supports a large selection of cryptocurrency trading pairs, and their “Cryptocurrencies” chat has become one of the most popular chats on the platform.

Lots of technical analysis enthusiasts will claim that TradingView is simply the best charting platform available today. It is simple enough for beginners to understand, while at the same offers all of the features an advanced trader would ever ask for.

You can start using TradingView for free today, and choose to upgrade to one of their paid plans later once you become comfortable with the platform. Although their prices have increased over the past few years, TradingView is still reasonably priced considering how powerful the platform is.

TradingView has the following subscription plans (month-to-month subscriptions):

  • FREE
  • PRO: US$14.95/month
  • PRO+: US$29.95/month
  • PREMIUM: US$59.95/month

All plans offer better prices if you opt for a 2-year subscription period. Personally, I feel that their PRO+ plan offers the most bang for the buck.

MetaTrader

While TradingView is a web-based platform that runs directly in your browser, MetaTrader is a more traditional kind of trading software that you need to download on your computer. Originally built by Russian company MetaQuotes Software, MetaTrader is by far the most popular trading software for retail forex and CFD traders in the world.

We have previously talked about how you can profit from having robots trade for you, and this is probably what the MetaTrader platform has become best known for. You have the option of tracking the trades of a free robot, or paying for access to a (presumably) better one. You can also track the trades made by other human traders in the same way, also known as copy-trading.

MetaTrader users can also put their coding skills to work and develop their own trading robots or custom technical indicators. The end result of your work can either be used by yourself or sold to other users on the built-in marketplace.

As a new trader, it is really important that you don’t blindly buy into the promises of trading robots you come across, and that you are aware of their limitations. As Jonas explained in his recent article, oftentimes these robots will perform fantastic for a short amount of time before they eventually fail miserably, causing you to lose all the money you initially gained. Trading robots are sometimes optimized to perform perfectly in past market conditions, but that does not necessarily mean that they will perform equally well in the future. This is one of the big pitfalls of algorithmic trading, often referred to by traders as “curve-fitting” or “over-optimization.”

Lastly, there is no doubt that MetaTrader has a more advanced feel to it than TradingView, and it is also more complicated to learn how to use it. That alone, however, does not mean that it is a better platform to use.

MetaTrader or TradingView – which one should you go for?

Perhaps the best way to approach this is to think of MetaTrader and TradingView as complements of each other. You could for example use TradingView solely as a technical analysis tool and a social network for staying in touch with other traders, while placing your trades in MetaTrader (if your broker supports that platform).

Many traders who used to be hardcore supporters of MetaTrader have switched to TradingView, at least for their charting work. The most obvious reason for doing that is probably that TradingView runs in the cloud, and therefore automatically backs up everything you do on the platform. If your computer breaks down while using TradingView, you can simply get a new one and continue where you left off. With MetaTrader however, everything is saved locally on your hard drive, meaning everything you have done will be lost when your computer crashes.

For those active in the forex market, most brokers will offer their own web-based trading platform in addition to the MetaTrader platform. I would recommend starting with the web-based solution to learn the game at first. MetaTrader may feel overwhelming to start with, and there is no need to make things more difficult than they already are.

Once you have gained more confidence in the markets, you can try out MetaTrader if you feel the need for more advanced functionality or want to test out trading robots. If you instead prefer to do your own technical analysis, TradingView has you covered with pretty much everything you will ever need. By doing it this way and taking things one step at a time, your learning curve will become more manageable and your odds of success greatly improved.

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