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All you need to know about Dash – and how to buy it

Also in this article: What is Dash? Which wallets can I use? Do mining and hosting Masternodes still make sense? Our experiences.

Unfortunately, Bitcoin can only be considered a pseudo-anonymous cryptocurrency: As soon as you assigned a person to a transaction address, you can follow all of his or her transaction due to the blockchain, which is visible for everyone. Fortunately, there are safe and anonymous altcoins like Dash, Zcash or Monero. Check out our experiences which include mining, wallets and how to buy DASH. In addition, you will find out if still makes sense to invest in Dash.

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Exchange

Review and test of crypto-market place LiteBit.eu: our experiences

Our LiteBit.eu-Wiki with answers to all questions about reliability, charge fees, verification and detailed how-to-buy instruction.

Litebit.eu is one of the biggest European market places, where you can buy crypto-currencies. The offer od the website ranges from all well-known coins (Bitcoin, Ethereum, DASH and Monero) to Altcoins, which are still unknown.  We will show you starting with the first steps, verification till charge fees and we show you with how-to-buy, how you can buy correctly. Furthermore we reviewd: how-to-sell, modes of payment and transfer of LiteBit.eu.

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Reviewing Binance.com - detailed experience with the crypto-exchange

The IOTA alternative to Bitfinex! We elucidate the strengths and weaknesses of the exchange covering security as well as anonymity and including how-to-buy IOTA.

Since Bitfinex stopped accepting new customers due to overload, many are wondering where to buy key crypto-currencies like IOTA, and whether the crypto-exchanges are secure providers. This is why Binance.com is worth a try: as one of the few international crypto-exchanges, the platform from Shanghai also has its European customers in mind. It already has over 6 million customers and the second highest trading volume in the world – more than Bitfinex.

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Bitcoin

Review and test of Crypto-exchange: comprehensive experiences with Bitfinex

Our Bitfinex-Wiki about API, how-to-buy and margin-trading, as well as deposit, withdrawal and modes of payment

Bitfinex considers itself as the biggest exchange platform for crypto currency. Besides Bitcoin there are also  the most important altcoins supported, for example Etherum, IOTA, OmiseGO or Neo. We will show you everything, starting with the first steps, from the verification process till charge fees and with how-to-buy we will show you, how you can correctly buy.

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Altcoin

All you need to know about Zcash (ZEC) – and how to buy it!

Find out about our experiences with Zcash including a detailed explanation about how to buy ZEC on BITFINEX, POLONIEX, Anycoindirect and Litebit.eu. Is it worth buying Zcash?

Zcash has a market capitalization of 1.706 billion Euros and is placed 23rd of all cryptocurrencies. It originated from the so called Zerocoin project and has been listed on pretty much all the exchanges since 2016. Being a Bitcoin fork, it combines the positive aspect of the Bitcoin protocol with advanced privacy options. Without view keys, neither sender nor receiver nor the amount of the transaction is publicly accessible or even visible on the blockchain. This makes Zcash an interesting alternative to Bitcoin and Dash!

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Altcoin

Buying IOTA (MIOTA): quick, safe and cheap: our experiences

Detailed trading-instruction using crypto-exchange Bitfinex. What about Anycoindirect, LiteBit, Kraken and Bittrex?

Iota is coming 8th place of crypto-currencies at the moment and has a market capitalization of more than 2 billion Euros. This Altcoin of the next generation intents to finally allow the internet of things, thus it is an insider tip for long-term investors. We show the characteristics of the coin and how and where you can buy it.

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Exchange

Review bitcoin.de – instruction for safely purchasing Bitcoin, Cash, Gold and Ethereum

Our detailed experiences with Bitcoin.de and comparison of alternatives: Bitcoin.de vs. Coinbase vs. Litebit vs. Anycoindirect vs. Bitfinex.

With more than 450,000 customers marketplace Bitcoin.de is the biggest crypto-exchange in Europe. Compared to many other providers you do not directly purchase from the website operator: Bitcoin.de only makes the platform available, on which everyone can sell or buy Bitcoin or Altcoin. Particularly high security level, support of hard-forks and express trading make this platform something special.

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Investment

Bitcoin 2018: growth or crash? This is our forecast for Bitcoin development in 2018.

What speaks for, what against further growth? We analyze problems and price gougers. Special guests: Ethereum, IOTA and Litecoin in 2018.

Undoubtedly, 2017 was an important year for many longtime crypto fans and also for newcomers! But how will Bitcoin develop in 2018? We analyze the signals of a crash or for a strong growth. What are the effects of government intervention, energy consumption and other hard forks? How will Ethereum, IOTA and Litecoin react?

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How and where to buy Monero (XMR)?

Best ways to buy Monero: how and where can you buy the Monero-Coin (XMR)

Monero is a crypto-currency, which places particular emphasis on privacy and anonymity. In addition, Monero has a new scaling concept and would like to compensate for the weakness of Bitcoin or other crypto-currencies. But how and where can you buy Monero (XMR)?

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Step by step guide: how to buy the OmiseGo-Coin (OMG)

A step by step guide: how and where to buy the OmiseGo-Coin (OMG) in 4 steps

OmiseGo is one of the current top coins based on the Ethereum blockchain - as long as it creates its own blockchain. OmiseGo mainly offers a cross-currency e-wallet and a payment platform. On OmiseGo you can manage both FIAT currency like Euro or USD, but also crypto-currency. Especially in Southeast Asia OmiseGo is already used. How you can purchase the OMG coins is shown in this step by step guide.

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