Something to consider in your DYOR (Do Your Own Research): KNOW YOUR SOURCE, put it into context. The longer you follow sites, (and the more you read,) the more you’ll be able to sort the wheat from the chaff.
That said, here is a link to a variety of sites for news headlines and updates. DYOR.
Enjoy, and be Well, Everyone.
This article started out with an email, one that arrived in my inbox years ago. I can’t remember when the first of them came exactly, but it would have been sometime in 2016 when I began contributing to CoinDesk. Every few months—continuing to this day—I get something like this:
And I send a reply like this:
Please click THIS LINK to view the rest of the article. You’ll thank yourself.
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Binance is a great exchange to buy and sell cryptos. More Info Here
Kucoin is also a good option for coins not listed on Binance. More Info Here
Changelly is a good option for exchanging coins without having to use an exchange and the fees are reasonable. More Info Here
Mining Cryptocurrencies on your PC
Are you new to cryptos and want an easy way to mine them? The easiest way to get started is to use the Honeyminer. More Info Here
If you’re a little more technical, Minergate is a good option as well. More Info Here
Need a good, basic crypto wallet? Download the Exodus wallet
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