Since its first release in 2009, Bitcoin has become one of the most popular Cryptocurrencies. It is a decentralized,
digitally-encrypted currency with unique characteristics that make its market not very friendly, cause of a lot of volatility in its
price. Traders look to that volatility to find short-term trading opportunities, speculating on possible raises and falls.
Like traditional currencies, Cryptocurrencies generally fill two primary roles:
Payment systems for
goods and services
Most popular Cryptocurrencies
It was firstly released in 2009, Bitcoin has grown rapidly in prominence as the world’s first and most popular
Launched in 2011, Litecoin is called “silver to Bitcoin’s gold”, it is used primarily as a payment transaction
Released in 2015, Ethereum has rapidly gained popularity on the heels of Bitcoin, and currently has a market
capitalization ranked the second after Bitcoin.
Created in 2012, Ripple differs from Bitcoin in that it does not require mining to create the Cryptocurrency.
Launched in 2014, Dash, or Digital Cash, was initially known as “Dark Coin,” and is uniquely specialized untraceable
Trading vs. Owning Bitcoin
Speculate on Bitcoin's price movements without
having to take ownership.
Buy and own Bitcoins outright
Trade long or short
Nimbly trade volatile price swings in either direction
Buy, hold, or close long positions only
Use any short- term or long-term trading strategy
Long-term buy-and-hold only
Utilize margin and leverage to make maximum use
of account equity
Full value of Bitcoin purchase required up front
Employ entry orders, stop loss, profit- limit orders,
and all risk management techniques
Manually buy or close long positions only
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