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Here Are Three Major Mistakes Made by New Traders

With increased public awareness of Bitcoin and altcoins, many new faces have recently entered the crypto scene for the first time. Of course, new traders will make many bad decisions, and for the most part, they will improve with time and experience. However, a number of these mistakes are common, and can easily be identified and avoided. Ignoring Market Cap Ignoring market capitalization is a pretty common issue that seems to persist almost …
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With Coinbase Topping iOS Chart, Is Public Adoption Underway?

With Bitcoin and altcoins exploding as a whole this entire year, and particularly in recent weeks, individuals from all backgrounds are beginning to take an interest in cryptocurrency. Every day, formerly hesitant individuals are making the transition into the world of crypto, as seen by Coinbase’s surge in usage. Since the historic downfall of Mt. Gox, Coinbase has emerged and established itself as the primary means of entering the cryptocurrency markets. Every day, thousands …
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Five Reasons Why Smaller Exchanges Are Sometimes Superior

There are over 150 active cryptocurrency exchanges of vastly different volumes with thousands of different trading pairs. While many altcoin traders spend most of their time on Binance, Bittrex, and Poloniex, there are dozens of alternatives that other active traders choose over the larger platforms every day. There are plenty of benefits to be experienced through the use of smaller exchanges, and in some cases, they may be the optimal choice. Read on to find out …
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Top 5 Bitcoin Crashes

Since Bitcoin’s inception in 2009 the market has never been forgiving. Bitcoin’s price exhibited major crashes and price swings which cased massive losses to many traders.  Its time to take a look at some of the hardest hitting market crashes in Bitcoin’s history. Welcome to themerkle.com and today we are counting down the top 5 bitcoin crashes. #5 The crash of the Great Bubble of 2011 On June 8th 2011, …
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