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Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies or services that run on decentralized networks around the world. Bitcoin and Ethereum are the most well-known cryptocurrencies, but there are over 10,000 on the market.

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How to Store Cryptocurrency

After you buy cryptocurrency, you will need a place to store it. Cryptocurrency is stored in a crypto wallet. Learn more about storing crypto.

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Introduction to Cryptocurrency

The world of cryptocurrency is vast and exciting. This piece explains what crypto is, how it works, why it’s popular, and whether it is a good investment.

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How to Build a Diversified Crypto Portfolio

Building a diversified crypto portfolio is important to mitigate risk from fluctuations in the volatile crypto market.

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Cryptocurrency Categories and Use Cases

There are thousands of cryptocurrencies and most of them seek to solve a problem. Learn more in this guide about crypto categories and use cases.

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Crypto Exchanges vs Brokers

Crypto exchanges and brokers are both great avenues for trading crypto, however they differ in a number of areas.

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What is Market Spread in Cryptocurrency?

Market spread or 'bid-ask spread' is important as it could impact the overall cost of your trade when you buy or sell crypto.

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Guide to Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs)

Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) are being explored by most countries, with China's digital yuan leading the way. Learn more about CBDCs here.

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What is Market Capitalization?

Cryptocurrency market capitalization or 'market cap' is important to understand before you invest. Learn how to understand and calculate it.

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Crypto Market Sentiment: Bull Market vs Bear Market

Navigating cryptocurrency market sentiment is important. Market sentiment is characterised by bull and bear markets.