What will be the Bitcoin price at the time of halving? Mine Digital’s Bitcoin giveaway. The first exact guess wins $1000 USD in BTC and closest wins $100 USD in BTC
Pure, blatant, unadulterated, shills. This week we dive into the two biggest coins in the space and look at why they are the big dogs.
Is the stock to flow model a post-hoc rationalisation of Bitcoins price?
Our weekend update on digital assets and traditional markets
Your primary and exchange account are features of your Mine Digital account that allow you to access the Request for Quote (RFQ) platform as well as the order-book Exchange platform at ease.
Crypto Market Update, Coronavirus, Traditional Markets
The US and Japan show interest in Central Bank Digital Currencies
We welcome all to join us at the first crypto meetup event in Sydney for 2020. Mine Digital, in partnership with BTC Markets and S2M
If you’ve been using your account without 2 Factor Authorisation, we need to get you using this enhanced level of security as soon as possible.
Mine Digital and Bitcoin are supporting Australians affected by the summer bushfire crises
The Chinese wish of prosperity on itself with its digital Yuan project.
Matt & Tom face off in the 1st Annual Mine Digital Bold Predictions for 2020 A.D. Matt: Tom, let’s call this “2020 Vision – surely
Establishing an account to trade crypto currencies is as straightforward as opening a bank account. Mine Digital, an Australian-based digital asset exchange, is seeing more account openings from SMSF trustees and investors interested in entering digital markets.
Although many of us are tied to the success of Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain and tangentially de-centralised finance, the necessity of De-Centralised Finance and the will towards creating it is overlooked and undersold to the wider public, especially for those already operating in the functioning systems, the antiquated Commonwealth Bank of Australia and voracious Goldman Sachs.
How do I buy or sell digital assets? The Mine Digital Exchange facilitates the trade of digital assets. Each user must create an account, verify
Recent price movements in Bitcoin have brought out the negative headlines with the usual suspects such as Peter Schiff, who believes he is taking a lap of honour and Nouriel Roubini, the eminent professor who has chosen blockchain – the system he believes is fraudulent and will ultimately fail – as the subject matter of his pinned tweet on Twitter.
WeWork’s attempt at a tech multiple intrinsic valuation exposed a frailty of the tech IPO market that is not shared in all sectors of tech capital raising exercises (looking at you Bitcoin!)
President Xi’s blockchain comments push Bitcoin price higher Bitcoin was up over the weekend, increasing its market cap by AUD 55 billion on comments from
In the retail market, Trading Professionals are not easy to find.
Having worked in trading for many years, and with an understanding of the Wholesale/Institutional space, it is obvious to me which ‘experts’ should be overlooked immediately.
What is core to trader’s success?
A desire to be humble and submit to the markets. No one can outsmart markets, nor do they always make money. But if
you know when to take your profits and remain calm during times when positions
go against you, you will gain experience of how to wear losses and this makes
the profits even sweeter.
From time to time I am reminded of a quote from my former Head of Trading at Goldman Sachs, who told me that if you’re going to trade international markets, then you’d better get out there and understand what they are about, i.e. travel to those destinations you’re trading in and meet people face to face to harness a more granular appreciation of what makes that market tick.
In the first chapter of this introduction to trading, Matt Starkey covers off on the mindset of a successful trader.
Since the emergence of Bitcoin and other digital assets there has been a scramble to define what these new financial instruments and digital representations are – with surprisingly varied results. At the highest level they can be labelled with broad consensus as ‘digital tokens’.
It should be uncontroversial that Bitcoin has now been accepted as a store of value. Bitcoins development in 2009 proved new concepts for the digital world. These included functional and secure de-centralised networks, the public blockchain, digital currency and trust-less transactions. It didn’t take long after Bitcoin validated these concepts that newer blockchain projects imagined them in new ways.
Mine is a trading platform built by financial services, markets and trading professionals. On Mine, you can buy / sell / trade digital assets. Trading on the Mine platform can be performed by exchanging fiat currency such as USD or AUD for cryptocurrency, or one cryptocurrency for another for example Bitcoin (BTC) for Ethereum (ETH).
Account verification is required to prevent fraud and keep the Mine community safe. It adds security to the industry as well as making Mine compliant with rigorous Know Your Client (KYC) and Anti Money Laundering (AML) regulations. As part of our commitment to remain the most trusted digital asset platform, all client accounts must be verified with IDs through the MineDigital website.
Buying Bitcoin has become considerably easier since its 2009 inception. Before public exchanges were available, bitcoin was transacted person to person, with methods of payment including Paypal, Moneygram and even cash in envelopes sent in the mail. The first exchange, Mt Gox started in 2010 however a hacking event due to weak security forced its collapse in 2014.
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