An intro to blockchain, cryptocurrency and decentralized finance (Defi).
Brief introduction about blockchain and crypto currencies covering original concepts.
Blockchain, sometimes referred to as Distributed Technology (DLT), makes the history of any digital asset unalterable and transparent through the use of decentralization and cryptographic hashing. A simple analogy for understanding blockchain technology
Ashton Addison interviews Andrew on what it means to be a Nomad Capitalist, investing in emerging markets, gaining a second citizenship, cryptocurrency, banking, and luxury nomads.
What does it mean to go where you’re treated best? Andrew discusses the vision of Nomad Capitalist and how you can get the best deals out of life.
Do you have to be a citizen of Georgia to have an investment in Georgia? What about an investment in Cambodia? Some places have more investment restrictions than others.
Can you get citizenship by investment? Andrew discusses Turkey citizenship by real estate investment and the benefits of a second citizenship.
What impact does cryptocurrency have on the nomad lifestyle? Andrew discusses the future of cryptocurrency.
All wealthy people don’t have to live in the same five cities. Being a luxury nomad means living wherever you want. But what does Andrew recommend?
Blockchain technology is disrupting the future because of its much faster and more seamless payment methods than traditional methods. The core of Blockchain Technology is its decentralized system, which is used for recording and documenting transactions involving a particular cryptocurrency, which could be bitcoin or any other digital currencies. Blockchain technology is already being used in many areas, including smart contracts, supply chain analysis, identity management, and much more. Moreover, the full potential of Blockchain technology was not discovered yet. In this video, you will get the idea about the high importance of Blockchain technology and Cryptocurrencies from the world-renowned influencers.
What are the best cryptocurrency exchanges for US citizens? We review and rank the top crypto exchanges available to people living in the USA.
Spoiler, we think that CryptoCom is the best cryptocurrency exchange for US citizens thanks to their $50 sign-up bonus using this link, as well as their cryptocurrency VISA debit card, and staking platform where you can earn passive income interest on your crypto coins.
This is not only a top question that we receive but honestly, it is a top question that I frequently have lol. I have literally searched the question of what are the best crypto exchanges for US citizens 2020 or what cryptocurrency exchanges allow U.S. citizens in 2020?! So recently I set out to test and review all of the top-ranked and best cryptocurrency exchanges, however I’m not only interested in how you can buy Bitcoin and Ethereum with USD, but also trading Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies into newer and potentially high ROI altcoins. All of the cryptocurrency exchanges reviewed in this video we have personally deposited crypto into, traded, and withdrawn Bitcoins and other crypto coins from. The ranking criteria is rather simple, what cryptocurrency exchanges are the best for someone in the USA to turn their dollars into Bitcoin and other coins AND THEN offer them services that increase the buying/selling/trading experience as well as allow them to earn additional coins through passive income staking.
Learn more about the cryptoworld and why you should be part of a decentralized club.
Despite being a critic, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales admits to being interested in Bitcoin technology and described technology fascinating.
Christopher sits down to talk all about blockchain in this fast-paced, fun interview with Sir John Hargrave, the author of the book “Blockchain For Everyone”. Find out his thoughts about Bitcoin Maximalism, the future of digital currency, and the experience of writing his book from start to finish.
Beijing is preparing to launch its own cryptocurrency, a move that could potentially lead to greater state control. WSJ’s Steven Russolillo takes a look at official documents to find out more about China’s plans.