RTBLReview - Eugene, Malcolm and Leslie discuss the origins of some of the slang words used in crypto, as well as where the market was this time last year.
RTBLReview: In this episode, Eugene and Malcolm, with our guest Rob, discuss the pros and cons of ICOs and STOs as a method of fund raising. Or is there something else that could be better?
Review: We were at Blockshow Asia 2018 over several days and interviewed several crypto who's who. Check out our summary of what to expect over the next few days.
Review: This week, we speak to Rob from the Radical Finance team on dual tokens and try to understand the whats, whys and hows on why they even exist.
Review: We deep-dive into the new Liquid cryptocurrency exchange (previously Quoine/Qryptos) as a way to help newcomers to the ecosystem on how to setup an account, trade and withdraw funds. Here's our referral code if you choose to open a Liquid account thanks to our video here.
Review: This week, we're giving you two Reviews (the first was our CryptoCurve wallet review for the Wanchain network on 30 Nov 2018), so this second one focuses on three types of scams currently prevalent in the industry - Ponzi, Pump & Dumps & Social Media Impersonations. This review, we also have a special guest, Leslie, from Singapore Bitcoin Club, in place of Jorden, who's on a break.
Review: When you hear about a project launching an ICO in the midst of the coldest point of the crypto winter, two things can be said of it - they are either insane or extremely confident.
CryptoCurve raised 26m in private round and is opening up 6m for public sale on the 30th of Oct 2018. On the surface, it looks just like any other wallet out there, but when you dive deeper into what it wants to do and the kind of community support it's been getting, you will see that CryptoCurve's strategy is very simple and yet effective.
Take all the pain points that you have ever experienced getting into crypto, turn them around, and make it extremely accessible that a new user need only one one - CryptoCurve - to begin his or her crypto adventure.
Review: This week, we review crypto-backed loan platforms - ETHLend, Nexo & BridgeX. Most of these crypto-backed loan platforms auto-match borrowers and lenders and offer favorable interest rates while some others provide additional functionality, such as different currency pairings and pooling to match multiple sets of lenders or borrowers.
Review - If you are an ADA token holder chances are that you are either storing your tokens on the exchange or on the ADA node wallet, Daedalus. The latter can be quite a feat for new users to navigate. As part of the Project Icarus roadmap, Yoroi is an ADA light wallet that is easily installed via a Chrome Extension.
It’s fast, easy to install, and perfect for new user adoption. In fact we challenge you to set up a Yoroi wallet and clock your speed. How long did it take you to set it up?
This video is supported by Emurgo, the team that developed the Yoroi wallet.
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