Learn Crypto


Crypto 101
How to trade
Where to trade
How to store your coins

In-depth analysis

Correlation between coins
Intraday patterns
Market micro-structure
ICO analyses

Where to buy Cryptocoins

Cryptocurrencies are generally bought on exchanges. We distinguish between exchanges where can deposit fiat (EUR, USD, KRW, etc.) and exchanges where we can not. The latter type of exchanges require you to already possess cryptocurrencies (ETH, BTC, etc.) Hence, if you are completely new to Crypto you need an exchange where you can change your fiat money for cryptocoins. Examples are: bitstamp.net, coinbase.com, gemini.com or kraken.com.

You will notice that these site don't offer most of the smaller coins. For this we need to open an account on a different (non-fiat) exchange. For example at: KuCoin.com or Exmo.com

Where to store Cryptocoins

When you own cryptocurrencies, you need to protect your confidential data and the access to your funds. With Ledger Nano S, secrets like private keys are never exposed: sensitive operations are isolated inside your hardware wallet within a state-of-the-art Secure Element, locked by a PIN code. Transactions can’t get tampered with, they are physically verified on the embedded screen with a simple press of a button.
Ledger Nano S includes Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and Ethereum Classic companion apps, and other blockchain-based cryptocurrencies. You can send and receive payments, check your accounts and manage multiple addresses for each currency from the same device. Nano S also supports the FIDO® Universal Second Factor standard that simplifies the authentication process on compatible online services such as GMail, Dashlane, Dropbox or GitHub.