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bitcoin
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Bitcoin (BTC)

Price
$ 19,132.61

ethereum
ethereum

Ethereum (ETH)

Price
$ 1,321.28

cardano
cardano

Cardano (ADA)

Price
$ 0.463173
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TradeBull Crypto has a variety of features that make it the best place to invest in Cryptocurrencies.

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TradeBull Crypto supports a variety of the most popular digital currencies.

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TradeBull Crypto offers variety of other crypto related Investments.

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Stocks & Bonds
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ETF & NFT's
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Mutual Funds
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Mining Service
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Futures
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Stocks & Bonds
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Real Estate
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ETF & NFT's
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Mutual Funds
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Crypto Earn

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Choose from 40+ cryptocurrencies and stablecoins.

Up to

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p.a. on cryptos

Up to

1 %

p.a. on stablecoins

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Frequently asked questions

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GENERAL
 

l. Control over your assets: The quintessentially decentralized nature of crypto trading gives you control to own and store your assets without the involvement of a third party. The value of the assets is not determined by the exchange, or a middleman, giving traders liberty to avail maximum profits from the prevailing exchange rates.

 

2. Deflationary assets: Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies have a limited supply. This makes them deflationary assets, which means the purchasing power increases over a period of time. Each cryptocurrency has an algorithm that puts a cap on their total supply.

3. Transparent and secure: Cryptocurrencies are popular due to their thorough transparency, owing to open-source and publicly-verifiable technology. TradeBullCrypto, founded in 2017, is one of the oldest crypto exchanges in the US. It offers a safe and secure platform for trading in cryptocurrencies.

 
 

4. Good choice for long term investment: Despite the volatility and fluctuations that characterise the crypto market, investments in crypto are seen to be extremely beneficial in the long run. They can act as a reasonable source of savings post-retirement or give you some much needed financial buffer during a sudden economic crisis.

 
 

5. Flexible and Independent trading: The 24x7 accessibility of crypto trading makes it extremely flexible for traders to organise their trading during any part of the day. Besides, there are several altcoins like Ethereum, Dogecoin, Ripple as well which increase the potential of gaining wealth and help traders diversify their portfolios.

 
 

Before taking the plunge in crypto trading, it's however prudent to follow this checklist of dos and don'ts :

 
  • First and foremost is to ‘Do your own research’ (DYOR) to get rid of the enormous misinformation and bias around cryptocurrencies.
  • Gain awareness about the risks associated with crypto due to its volatility. It's advisable to invest in cryptos according to one’s understanding about the technology behind the assets.
  • Know the role demand plays in liquidity and stability of a cryptocurrency. The higher the demand and the community backing, the more lucrative is cryptocurrency for the investors.
  • Get an understanding of the crypto regulations and ensure that service providers comply with Indian laws. Crypto has a fundamentally different approach being a digital asset and the regulations keep evolving globally.
  • Analyse the coin's supply limit before investing. For example, Bitcoin is capped at 21 million coins.
  • Read up extensively on any particular type of cryptocurrency you are interested in buying. Bitcoin is the oldest among all. Apart from Bitcoin, there are several popular currencies being traded on TradeBullCrypto. Each currency has its own liquidity which impacts its price volatility.

Bitcoin is the first implementation of a concept called "cryptocurrency", which was first described in 1998 by Wei Dai on the cypherpunks mailing list, suggesting the idea of a new form of money that uses cryptography to control its creation and transactions, rather than a central authority. The first Bitcoin specification and proof of concept was published in 2009 in a cryptography mailing list by Satoshi Nakamoto. Satoshi left the project in late 2010 without revealing much about himself. The community has since grown exponentially with many developers working on Bitcoin.

Satoshi's anonymity often raised unjustified concerns, many of which are linked to misunderstanding of the open-source nature of Bitcoin. The Bitcoin protocol and software are published openly and any developer around the world can review the code or make their own modified version of the Bitcoin software. Just like current developers, Satoshi's influence was limited to the changes he made being adopted by others and therefore he did not control Bitcoin. As such, the identity of Bitcoin's inventor is probably as relevant today as the identity of the person who invented paper.

 

5 steps for investing in cryptocurrency

First things first, if you’re looking to invest in crypto, you need to have all your finances in order. That means having an emergency fund in place, a manageable level of debt and ideally a diversified portfolio of investments. Your crypto investments can become one more part of your portfolio, one that helps raise your total returns, hopefully.

 

Pay attention to these five other things as you’re starting to invest in cryptocurrencies.

1. Understand what you’re investing in

As you would for any investment, understand exactly what you’re investing in. If you’re buying stocks, it’s important to read the prospectus and analyze the companies thoroughly. Plan to do the same with any cryptocurrencies, since there are literally thousands of them, they all function differently and new ones are being created every day. You need to understand the investment case for each trade.

In the case of many cryptocurrencies, they’re backed by nothing at all, neither hard assets nor cash flow. That’s the case for Bitcoin, for example, where investors rely exclusively on someone paying more for the asset than they paid for it. In other words, unlike stock, where a company can grow its profits and drive returns for you that way, many crypto assets must rely on the market becoming more optimistic and bullish for you to profit.

Some of the most popular coins include Ethereum, Dogecoin, Cardano and XRP. Newcomer Internet Computer recently burst onto the scene, too. So before investing, understand the potential upside and downside. If your financial investment is not backed by an asset or cash flow, it could end up being worth nothing.

2. Remember, the past is past

A mistake that many new investors make is looking at the past and extrapolating that to the future. Yes, Bitcoin used to be worth pennies, but now is worth much more. The key question, however, is “Will that growth continue into the future, even if it’s not at quite that meteoric rate?”

Investors look to the future, not to what an asset has done in the past. What will drive future returns? Traders buying a cryptocurrency today need tomorrow’s gains, not yesterday’s.

3. Watch that volatility

The prices of cryptocurrencies are about as volatile as an asset can get. They could drop quickly in seconds on nothing more than a rumor that ends up proving baseless. That can be great for sophisticated investors who can execute trades rapidly or who have a solid grasp on the market’s fundamentals, how the market is trending and where it could go. For new investors without these skills – or the high-powered algorithms that direct these trades – it’s a minefield.

 

Volatility is a game for high-powered Wall Street traders, each of whom is trying to outgun other deep-pocketed investors. A new investor can easily get crushed by the volatility.

That’s because volatility shakes out traders, especially beginners, who get scared. Meanwhile, other traders may step in and buy on the cheap. In short, volatility can help sophisticated traders “buy low and sell high” while inexperienced investors “buy high and sell low.”

4. Manage your risk

If you’re trading any asset on a short-term basis, you need to manage your risk, and that can be especially true with volatile assets such as cryptocurrency. So as a newer trader, you’ll need to understand how best to manage risk and develop a process that helps you mitigate losses. And that process can vary from individual to individual:

  • Risk management for a long-term investor might simply be never selling, regardless of the price. The long-term mentality allows the investor to stick with the position.
  • Risk management for a short-term trader, however, might be setting strict rules on when to sell, such as when an investment has fallen 10 percent. The trader then rotely follows the rule so that a relatively small decline doesn’t become a crushing loss later.

Newer traders should consider setting aside a certain amount of trading money and then using only a portion of it, at least at first. If a position moves against them, they’ll still have money in reserve to trade with later. The ultimate point is that you can’t trade if you don’t have any money. So keeping some money in reserve means you’ll always have a bankroll to fund your trading.

It’s important to manage risk, but that will come at an emotional cost. Selling a losing position hurts, but you’ll need to do it occasionally to avoid much worse losses later.

5. Don’t invest more than you can afford to lose

Finally, it’s important to avoid putting money that you need into speculative assets. If you can’t afford to lose it – all of it – you can’t afford to put it into risky assets such as cryptocurrency, or other market-based assets such as stocks or ETFs, for that matter.

Whether it’s a down payment for a house or an important upcoming purchase, money that you need in the next few years should be kept in safe accounts so that it’s there when you need it. And if you’re looking for an absolutely sure return, your best option is to pay off debt. You’re guaranteed to earn (or save) whatever interest rate you’re paying on the debt. You can’t lose there.

Finally, don’t overlook the security of any exchange or broker you’re using. You may own the assets legally, but someone still has to secure them, and their security needs to be tight. If they don’t think their cryptocurrency is properly secured, some traders choose to invest in a crypto wallet to hold their coins offline so they’re inaccessible to hackers or others.

Bottom line

Cryptocurrency is a highly speculative area of the market, and many smart investors have decided to put their money elsewhere. For beginners who want to get started trading crypto, however, the best advice is to start small and only use money that you can afford to lose.

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