Before I start reviewing the Scavenger Trading Bot for Bitmex, can we pleasssssse have this “Tron (the movie, not the coin)/Automan/80s Sci-Fi Neon Light – Feeling” once again, please? Because the website is very reminiscent of this visual vibe and I just love it.
WireX – one of the few working crypto debit card projects. 1.5 Million Customers. 1.5 Billion Transactions. Over 130 countries are available. A hybrid personal finance platform that bridges old world banking and new world. When you try to use your cryptocurrency holdings in the real world, you will face boundaries and limitations. Mass adoption has not gone that far, that you can spend it anytime, anywhere. Until that happens, there is the WireX crypto debit card as another kind of Fiat bridge. I am currently on vacation, and I paid for the flight, the accommodation, the restaurants, the thousands of little things you need for a trip like that with some of my Bitcoin funds. No, this article won’t contain an affiliate link, we want to provide you with an honest, unbiased review, though I can say that Wirex is for me the best bitcoin debit card, and I will explain why. But first, see where I am right now, brought here with the help of my Wirex crypto debit card:
Here we have come across a really great and useful site for WHALE watching, called THE CRYPTO WHALE WATCHING APP. It is pretty simple in how to visualize the data with buy and sell orders, applying it to your everyday use is highly recommended! So if you get a chance check out the site here: https://whales.crypto.app/ As well you can get more info or an in-depth understanding of how to use it here: https://github.com/pmaji/crypto-whale-watching-app Again it is very straightforward, so feel free to watch the above video to see how I use it and try it out yourself!
Silex is a new platform where you can login to all your crypto exchanges but not have to go through the login / 2FA steps and have a unified interface. You also do not need to upload your API keys to a 3rd party server like it’s the case with coinigy. Silex is an engaged private project in its beginning stage. In a world where everything is commercialized it feels good to see some kind of free projects by crypto enthusiasts. A convenient solution if you are a lazy bug and don’t want to mess around with all these security features of exchanges (which often prevents yourself from logging in.
The next big step for cryptocurrencies regarding mass adoption is the broad acceptance within e-commerce. Is it already worth the hassle? Won’t it be too volatile? And how the hell can I accept Bitcoin as a payment method? As our team has profound knowledge in the e-commerce sector, we want to give you a headstart with some general thoughts, crypto payment providers, and the advantages of accepting cryptocurrencies. This post might not be for all of our readers, but for those in business, it is hopefully helpful.
This is cute tool for day traders that want to stay ahead of certain ongoings in the crypto markets. You can setup alerts for Prices, Profit/Loss, Volume Change (By %), Market Cap Change (By %), Price Percentage Change (By %) and many more things. Have fun fiddling with it!
What to buy in this megadip? Which coins are far away from their all-time high and now a bargain? The Website ATHCoinindex.com shows you exactly this. Nice idea to get an overview about coins that suffered hard in this bear times. Note: Always do additional research before you invest. You should search for rock-solid coins that dropped hard and have much room for a recovery.
Gekko is a complete open source solution for your trading venture. A really outstanding feature-rich tool, coming for free and can be used on Windows, Mac and Linux machines. You can connect Gekko to all the major exchanges and use it to trade from your desktop, run backtests, auto-trade your strategies, paper trade your ideas until they work out and so much more. Great free tool!
Tradedash is a new trading platform to trade on Bittrex and Binance. The desktop tool is available for Windows machines and Mac computers. Besides a great UI, which lets you bypass all the clunky browser interfaces by the exchanges, it goes into a new direction when it comes how the API keys are stored. Even if Tradedash is going to be hacked, your keys and accounts remain safe.
We recently came across a nice website, which follows a nice idea: exploiting airdrops in a structured and organized way. The Service filters the airdrops with value and enables you to quick-register on the needed platforms or participate in the needed actions. Cool idea, the web app is yet in beta and can be improved. The idea is great though and this could become a pretty neat and helpful service very soon.