How not to miss important information about bitcoin. Instructions for the beginner

How not to miss important information about bitcoin. Instructions for the beginner

By Kluma | InterestingCrypto | 12 Jun 2020



Telegram channels, Twitter bots, crypto alarms and smartphone apps - all these services can help you earn more on cryptocurrency. We tell you how to keep abreast of all the events of the crypto industry

In the crypto industry, a huge number of events occur every day. Some of them are insignificant and can only affect the price of a particular cryptocurrency. Others are capable of provoking the growth of the entire market. So, for example, in October, when Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that blockchain is one of the key technologies, within a day after that, the Bitcoin exchange rate rose from $ 7,000 to $ 10,000.

We tell you that it will help to keep track of high-profile and insignificant events of the blockchain space, increase the skill of trading and expand knowledge in the field of blockchain technologies.

YouTube channels


Aantonop - cryptoexpert channel Andreas Antonopoulos. He explains in simple language complex topics related to blockchain and trading, and also publishes recordings of his speeches at conferences. Chris Dunn - interviews with experienced traders who share the secrets of their work and give predictions on the cryptocurrency rate.


Cryptocurrency Podcasts


Crypto-Podcast is a program from United Traders analyst Fedor Anaschenkov. He talks about futures, options, asset tokenization and new cryptocurrencies. Basic Block is a podcast for those who are IT savvy and interested in blockchain. Authors discuss the latest digital money updates, provide the latest news, and understand algorithms, consensus, and smart contracts.

Let's talk bitcoin is an online platform with various English-language podcasts about cryptocurrency, trading and blockchain. Off the Chain - Morgan Creek Digital co-founder Anthony Pompliano podcast. He communicates with major investors, representatives of Wall Street, who share their views on digital assets and the most profitable ways to invest.

Applications


Google Authenticator is an application with which you can safely store your funds. All accounts on exchanges and, if possible, in cryptocurrency wallets, must have two-factor authentication. To enable it, just scan the QR code in the settings of your personal account, and then enter the six digits that appear on the smartphone screen. Now, every time you enter, you will need to open the application and enter a unique code that changes every 30 seconds. This will help protect your account from hacking by hackers.

TradingView is a charting application that is suitable not only for cryptocurrency users. For example, it contains Apple stocks or the S&P 500 index. The program supports the same functions as on the official TradingView website. In addition, the “ideas” section is available, in which experts publish analytics on various assets.

Mobile applications of exchanges. They are suitable for trading on the go or when there is no access to a laptop / computer. When downloading, you need to make sure that you are dealing with the original version. All programs have their own interface and functionality, you should choose the trading platform with which you are used to working.

Cryptocurrency wallets. Blockchain.com has a convenient mobile application where you can store Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Stellar and USD PAX stablecoin. All coins are converted in the program, but a commission is charged for this. When choosing a mobile wallet, you need to be extremely careful and make sure that you are going to download the official version of the proven service.

Twitter and Telegram bots


Whale Alert is a popular bot that captures large, abnormal, or suspicious transactions in cryptocurrency. It also tracks the large receipts of digital assets at trading floors and cold wallets. Another bot, Scam Alarm, informs about projects that are suspicious.

Telegram also has a Whale Alert and its Russian counterpart, Walletscan. But the latter has a bit more features. In addition to monitoring transactions, it is possible to set up a daily newsletter with courses of leading cryptocurrencies by capitalization.

The Telesig bot informs about strong changes in the price of digital assets and major transactions on the Bitfinex exchange. In the case of buying a large number of bitcoins with one order, the bot publishes the symbol of green apples, and when selling it, red. This allows you to judge expectations regarding the price of BTC.

For the same purpose, you can use the FOMO_Bot bot. It makes it possible to collect information about open long and short positions on the Bitfinex, OKEx exchanges and some information from other trading platforms.

Alarms and news aggregators


Do not miss out on price fluctuations by “crypto alarms”. For example, if the Bitcoin rate is approaching the resistance level of $ 10,000 or any other critical point, so as not to miss this, you can request an alert through the free cryptocurrencyalerting.com platform. Mobile applications of many crypto exchanges have a similar function.

To monitor the rate of cryptocurrencies, the multi-platform Coindera application is also suitable. With it, you can track the price of more than 11 thousand digital assets. However, the free version allows you to set only five active alerts at a time.

News is one of the main drivers of the price of bitcoin and other coins. The aggregator site cryptopanic.com will help to monitor what is happening in the crypto world. He collects cryptocurrency publications in real time from information portals, YouTube channels, Reddit branches, social media accounts of influential representatives of the crypto industry and other sources. Analogs: CryptoControl.io, CryptoNews.net. 



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