Author: Khaled


What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, created and held electronically.  Bitcoins aren’t printed, like Dollars or Riyals and isn’t controlled by a central bank. Anyone can produce them by running software that processes mathematical problems verifying transactions on the network. It can be used to purchase merchandise, for international payments or as...

What is Ethereum? 0

What is Ethereum?

Ethereum is an open software platform based on blockchain technology. Ethereum’s goal is to use blockchain to disrupt internet third parties such ID systems, advertising cookies, mortgage transfers and more to benefit everyone. Any developer can use the platform to build on it. To power the platform miners work to...

What is Bitcoin mining? 0

What is Bitcoin mining?

In fiat money systems, governments print more money when they need to. But in bitcoin, money isn’t printed at all – it is mined. Using computers and specialized software miners solve math problems that process bitcoin transactions and are rewarded with bitcoins in exchange. How does mining work? People send...

How do Bitcoin Transactions Work? 0

How do Bitcoin Transactions Work?

What happens when one person sends a Bitcoin from one electronic wallet to another? Every single transaction is digitally signed for security, everyone on the network is informed and anyone can trace the history of the transaction right back to the point of when the Bitcoin was first produced. Today,...


Bitcoin and Ether Hit Fresh Highs

Bitcoin and Ether, the top two cryptocurrencies by market cap have continued to reach new heights coming off of a fresh rally. Right before the time of this release, the price of 1 BTC had set a new record of $57,824.00. Having traded sideways since Monday, prices started to lift...

Managing your Bitcoins Account

Bitcoins account needs your attention unlike the traditional bank accounts which are managed by centralised institutions and are mostly considered secure. When you buy a Bitcoin you need to store it in your Bitcoin wallet securely. There are so many different types of Bitcoin wallets to choose from and each...

How to buy Ethereum?

Ethereum BlockChain was introduced in July 2015. Ethereum comes after Bitcoin in cryptocurrency market capitalisation and its popularity is greatly due to its smart contracts development facility that helps eliminating third-parties and frauds. Since its launch at a price of less than a dollar, it has climbed up a steep...

Dynamics of the Cryptocurrency market

The crypto market is dynamic not just in terms of prices but also in its market capitalisation, share of digital currencies and their regulatory guidelines. The total market capitalisation of cryptocurrecies is increasing rapidly; it increased almost three-folds in a year to $25 Billion in 2017. The cryptocurrency users are...

Purchase Bitcoins with Credit Card

Buying Bitcoins with credit card is an easy option compared to bank transfers or paying in cash. Credit card payments for crypto purchase are considered risky and hence not all exchanges and trading platforms accept it. Luckily, some of the trading platforms like Finex.me, Coinbase, Coinmama have made it easy...

Buy Bitcoin with PayPal

Purchasing cryptocurrencies with Paypal is not as easy it might seem in the first place. Although, PayPal has been liberal about Bitcoin but the fact is that crypto world is a competition for payment channels like PayPal. The other main reason is the chargebacks as PayPal supports customer claims for...

Bitcoin (BTC) $ 55,779.00 4.07%
Ethereum (ETH) $ 3,268.58 7.97%
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) $ 961.56 4.16%
EOS (EOS) $ 6.40 4.23%
Litecoin (LTC) $ 280.12 2.19%
Cardano (ADA) $ 1.31 3.40%
Stellar (XLM) $ 0.523828 7.14%
IOTA (MIOTA) $ 1.94 7.88%
Tether (USDT) $ 1.00 0.16%
TRON (TRX) $ 0.126578 3.26%
Monero (XMR) $ 395.33 5.00%
NEO (NEO) $ 99.99 9.86%
Dash (DASH) $ 321.96 0.35%
Binance Coin (BNB) $ 653.98 3.96%
Ethereum Classic (ETC) $ 51.48 14.27%
NEM (XEM) $ 0.328803 6.85%
VeChain (VET) $ 0.203310 8.75%