User Posts: Felix Küster
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How to Protect Your Cryptocurrency: Paper Wallet and Cold Storage Guide
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What is a Bitcoin Wallet? A “wallet” is basically the Bitcoin equivalent of a bank account and it allows you to receive bitcoins, store them, and then ...

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Best Ways That Guarantee Anonymity When Making Bitcoin Transactions
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Hiding your identity in this digital world can be quite tricky, because several digital footprints are often left behind. Bitcoin is part of the digital ...

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Dash (DASH) Cryptocurrency Review – A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners
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You are all probably familiar with Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency  that’s taken the world by storm. General interest in cryptocurrency has skyrocketed ever since ...

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An Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Siacoin (SC) Cryptocurrency
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The world of cryptocurrencies is becoming more and more crowded each day, and there are already 700+ cryptocurrencies in the market, and that ...

Update - 2018.05.05
Browsing All Comments By: Felix Küster
  1. hey Ben

    Bitcoin has not peaked in my opinion. But I do think that one can yield better returns by investing in good altcoins rather than in a very expensive bitcoin. You will always turn those altcoin profits to BTC anyways (that is the whole point of buying small altcoins). Only a very small percentage of altcoins are a really long term holds – most of them are only means to accumulate more BTCs.

  2. The article is being updated regularly, that is why you see older comments below it.
    As for the dates on the charts – you are familiar with the concept of timezones? Perhaps we are in a different time zone than yours so it was 17th in our region while you were still in May 16th? Mind bending stuff 😉

  3. We have been looking into the wallet issue as well – there is no consensus in the community which wallet to use, YET. It will probably be just like with everything else: once the market shows the need for a good wallet, someone will swoop in and fill the void. So, some more patience and a better solution will pop out.

  4. Thank you for the kind words Samuel!

  5. Some of us are here from 2013. I guess you are at most mid 2017 class. So, know your place before commenting.

  6. Hi JP

    Thank you for the comment. That depends on your country – but if I assume that Coinbase or Square app are available to you, then go buy BTC on them and then transfer the bought BTC to an exchange that lists one of these penny currencies. You can see which exchange lists them on coinmarketcap.com.

    If Coinbase and Square are not available in your country, try Cex.io, Coinmama or Localbitcoins to exchange BTC for your local currency.

  7. Thank you for your civilized comment – agree, time is the best judge so we will all have to wait and see who was right :).

  8. Ok, thanks for the comment – I invite you to make a guest post about Electroneum, shining light on its positives as you seem to be a trough and trough fan of the project. Shoot me an email on info@captainaltcoin.com and I will make sure your voice is heard.

    As for the updates vs recycled content: I disagree with your view. We update the top part of the article with new technical analysis and fundamentals (news, updates), social metrics and other data like FCAS etc. The bottom part is long-term forecast that stays put and changes only occasionally.

  9. Ok, you can tell that to yourself, I have no time to waste on explaining basic concepts. Since you already read the article, you don’t have to come back here to comment for the 100th time – we already know your opinion, move on, enjoy your ETN wealth.

  10. The article is not recycled, it is regularly updated and clearly marked as such. I don’t understand how is the concept of updated article hard to grasp?

  11. Just like Damian mentioned in the article – the overzealous and agressive reaction of “neutral” people every time someone criticizes ETN is unusual, to say the least.

  12. You do know that your comment makes no sense if you don’t bring up your arguments for these nonsense claims – why is this laziest piece, what up to date research do I need to do?

  13. What part of the article is not accurate or reliable?

  14. Hey Jamie

    There was no usual build up to the partnership announcement – it was just forthright revealed.

  15. Our words are reflection of ourselves – thank you for the comment!

  16. Hi

    Not hateful and no competitor. It is just author’s own opinion he formed by doing his own research on the coin.

  17. Thanks for noticing that. LSK will be added!

  18. Hi Ted

    Yes, I actually think that, if RDN proves its value and works like it is supposed (on bigger scale), I see most of the ERC-20 tokens utilizing it in some degree. Raiden is, among other coins, on our list of future adds right now.

  19. Hi Jim

    They offer 50%-cheaper TRADING with BNB. Withdrawal is not trading so they charged you withdrawal fees (you send coins to other wallet). When you TRADE on Binance with BNB pairing, they charge no fees.

  20. Hi Cade

    You are right – we dug deeper into the issue and I listed IOTA on our list. Thank you for the value packed comment!

  21. Hi Richard

    Best option is to get a hardware wallet, like Nano S or Trezor. You can read our article on how to setup Nano S: https://captainaltcoin.com/ledger-nano-s-review/.
    Once you buy the coins on the exchange, you transfer them to an address generated by your Nano S wallet. Once they arrive there, they are safe from hacks. Just make sure to remember your seed phrase for accessing wallet.

  22. Thanks Johne! Appreciate the kind words.

  23. Hi John

    You can buy Ripple and keep it on an exchange until your Nano S arrives. Exchanges are not recommended to keep coins on them for longer period of time, but couple of days is fine. Lot of us keep coins on exchanges for trading purposes. But any time you decide you want to hold without trading, move the coins to a cold storage (another name for hardware wallets).

  24. Yes, SALT and all lending coins are very interesting. I think that lending and privacy coins will have big gains in 2018. We might add SALT in the article after we do some additional research on them.

  25. Hi Bryan

    That is mostly due to the problems with VISA. TenX is working on their own banking license for Europe (and US, but I am not sure about that) so they wouldn’t rely only on 1 card issuer. So, TenX will surge once they resolve that which can happen either by VISA changing their approach to all crypto-card services or TenX gets their own banking license. But TenX team is top 3 in whole crypto world if you ask me – big, solid, serious team is the main reason I believe in this coin.

  26. Hey Krunal

    We will do another article on the very cheap coins with good upside, underrated coins if you will. And this article also will be updated to include new coins we think deserve the mention.

  27. Hey MjTom

    I am still undecided on IOTA – the concept is great but their team is bit of enigma to me. They come across as rude and arrogant very often and their alleged partnerships with big companies (Microsoft and similar) are all unconfirmed and perhaps made up.