Love them or hate them (there seems to be little middle ground where NFTs are concerned), non-fungible tokens are here to stay.
Lately, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have taken the world by storm. But what exactly are NFTs? And why are they commanding so much global attention?
From the moment Satoshi Nakamoto published his white paper in 2009, Bitcoin has been the highest-priced, most well-known, and most coveted cryptocurrency. But when it comes to ensuring liquidity on the crypto market, a different coin has gained prominence: Tether (USDT).
The core utility of EQONEX Origin (EQO) is around enhanced earning power on assets held in “Earn” accounts on the EQONEX platform and in Digivault wallets.
Bitcoin Cash arose as a result of suggested updates to the Bitcoin protocol that were not unanimously accepted. A hard fork split the original Bitcoin network, and the coins along the new fork have since been referred to as ‘Bitcoin Cash,’ which trades under the ticker ‘BCH.’
Cryptocurrency markets are famous for their inherent volatility, yet they are also no stranger to quieter periods. In fact, Bitcoin (BTC) spent almost two months in the summer of 2020 locked in a stubborn trading range between $9,000 and $10,000. The number-one cryptocurrency almost resembled a stablecoin with its uncharacteristic lack of volatility during that time. So, how do traders learn to trade in sideways markets and capitalize on the smallest fluctuations in an asset's price? Here are a few tips.
As touched on last week, the industry standard is to perform no credit checks on traders, and there is no recourse for a trader that has accumulated negative margin balance to make good on their losses. Because of this, the crypto trading industry introduced auto-liquidation as a layer of protection for the exchange against potential losses as well as a guarantee that winning trades are honored… But how does this really work?
We believe the emergence of cryptocurrency derivatives is the inevitable evolution of the digital asset class and should contribute to reductions in volatility and enhancing market efficiency.
Many virtual currency exchanges advertise the ability to trade products with leverage. In traditional finance, there are a number of popular leveraged products, such as ETFs. An ETF is a product that moves as a function of the underlying factor and the leverage factor. For example, an ETF that has 5x leverage will lose or gain 5% if the underlying asset moves by 1%. Leverage defines your position’s exposure to the underlying asset class.
This is the fourth article of our Digital Assets Decoded series which aims to give you a fundamental understanding of the cryptocurrency space.
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