A Future of Digital Currency

Currency refers to electronic currencies stored electronically in banks, and makes up one out of three forms of electronic currency. While paper money is still used globally, up to 80% of the world’s currency is stored through banks electronically. From its infancy, it has grown from an alternative to conducting business to a primary form of e-commerce, and only seems to continue to grow.

The first digital currency was created during the first internet bubble of the early 2000s. It was named E-Gold and was founded in 1996 by Gold & Sliver Reserve Inc, which allowed users to transfer small amounts of the values of gold electronically. In the spring of 2000, it became the first electronic currency to offer an exchange service for other currencies.

Launching two years before PayPal, by 2004 it had over a million accounts. Another service starting in 2006, Liberty Reserve, allowed its clients to convert euros or dollars to Liberty Reserve money, and then back again. Unfortunately soon after it was revealed by the U.S. Government that criminals were utilizing these websites and they were both shut down.

The Difference Between Virtual, Digital, and Cryptocurrencies
While more and more banks are allowing for an increase in electronic banking, Virtual Currencies operate as independent money whose value is created by its original backer. However, the world’s most famous virtual currency, Bitcoin, does not fit this specification, instead encompassing aspects of all three forms of electronic currency.

Digital Currency differs from this as a money backed up by an asset worth the real-world equivalent of its value. Due to most of the world’s money being stored in bank computers, it can said that most of the world’s currency is now digital.

Cryptocurrencies refer to forms of electronic money whose transitions are encrypted. Utilizing block-chains to store data, they effectively link together and act as ledgers that users can use to keep a consistent track of data. Due to the variety of ways its price can be effected, it often fluctuates in value. Although cryptocurrencies do carry a degree of anonymity, some are still required by law to disclose their users identities.

The Future of Transactions
With more banks turning to Digital Currencies as their main form of keeping electronic records, and the growing emergence of a large variety of virtual and crypto-currencies, it can be said that the future of the world’s transactions will be set to be conducted electronically. In perhaps a hundred years, paper money could be virtually a thing of the past.

How to Make Money From Bitcoin Online

It is now the eve of 2018 and bitcoin is at the top of the mountain. The bad days seems to be gone, and although a bitcoin bubble could happen anytime, there is no arguing the cryptocurrency is here to stay. The sooner you get involved into making money from bitcoin, the better ground you will have in 5 years when it becomes an established currency worldwide.

And if the Bubble scares you, investing in bitcoin is just one of the options, but not the only one. Bubble or not you can still make tons of money from bitcoin. And bubble or not, the value will rise in the future because people are just getting involved in it.

Make you own Bitcoin Faucet
Earning Potential: $50 to $800 a month.

A bitcoin faucet is a project in which you create a website or app for users to visit. You monetize the site with ads that pay in bitcoin. The ads pay a small amount of bitcoins per page view, click or conversion.

To encourage a large amount of visitors to keep navigating the site on a daily and hourly basis, you offer to split the revenue from the ads with them, paying in Satoshi which are basically bitcoin cents. To claim their winnings the user needs to earn a certain amount of Satoshi and payments are conducted on a weekly basis.

Faucets are paying between 100,000 to 400,000 satoshi’s per hour. Some offer premium payments for seniority or tasks achievements.

Faucets began to operate with the solving of captchas, and nothing else. A very boring passive income task. New faucets are building in games were users kill aliens, feed critters or kill robots to earn satoshi, the more they advance in the game the more they earn. So this is a great idea for your own faucet.

The day were every video game player gets paid for playing is just around the corner.

Take into consideration that bitcoin faucets tend to default due to underfunding or liquidity. The owners of the faucet do not receive their payments fast enough to pay a fast growing user base. They also tend to be hot targets for hackers.

Generate Passive Income from Your Bitcoin Blog
Since bitcoin is so new compared to other targeted content there’s lots of room for new bloggers and sites. New businesses related to bitcoin spring up every day; anything from bitcoin exchanges, trading, play money sites, faucets, online shops and mining are avid for your advertorial space.

Creating a bitcoin blog and monetizing can be slow at the beginning, but constant publishing of rich content will get some advertisers interested in no less than 9 months.

You can join some affiliate programs or establish your own bitcoin shop. Bitcoin faucets, wallets and exchanges pay large commissions per referral.

Small Earnings from Bitcoin Faucets
My first advice involved creating your very own faucet. If that is a bit too hard, then try joining one and reaping off its benefits. Instead of making around $800 a month it would be more like $30 to $100 a month from a monotonous task, but it’s still money and a first step to begin building up your bank.

Take note that bitcoin faucets tend to be faulty and disappear very fast. So make sure to join some reputable ones like Robotcoin.com and BitcoinAlien.com. These are also fun because you get to play games while earning, my top most recommendation would be robotcoin.

Create a Bitcoin Product or Service Online Shop
Bitcoin is still hard to monetize into USD and other hard currencies. Not that it is extremely hard, but ads some fees and taxes to the process. Although it is still one of the cheapest ways to send money to anywhere in the world.

Buying stuff with bitcoins is a great way of making something useful out of them and helps skip the fees and tax of exchanges. Especially if you can then resell those goods and turn into hard cash.

How to Stick With High Probability Trades

Professional traders look for “high-probability” trades. The following are 5 questions you should know before making a trade.

Let’s say that the EUR/USD is in an uptrend and you see an opportunity to buy the currency pair. You would most likely just execute the trade if you were trading purely on the data of a single chart or setup. That is a recipe for disaster. At minimum, it is important to take a look at the general trend in the market because being unaware of the markets sentiment can lead to unnecessary losses.

Fundamental indicators, technical indicators, and the market sentiment are three factors that can and will affect every trade. If you wait for those factors to align in your favor, you have a far greater chance of reducing your risk and landing a potential profit.

Ask yourself these 5 questions to help determine whether a trade is worth the risk or not:

1. How deep is the retracement?

In trading, a very strong retracement is much more difficult to recover from than a shallow decline. Buying after a deep correction in an overall uptrend is generally a lower probability trade than buying after only a small retracement. The general rule is that a deep correction increases the risk of the currency pair breaking its uptrend.

2. What is the fundamental reason behind the decline in the currency pair?

If the decline in the currency pair was triggered by a very disappointing economic data such as an abysmal report on consumer spending, then this is a trade you should probably not take because the short-term fundamentals are not in your favor. If there is no major reason or news to explain the dip, there’s a greater chance that the uptrend will resume and you may make profits on this trade.

3. What is in the economic calendar for tomorrow’s news releases?

You should also place importance in checking if there’s a piece of economic data scheduled for release over the next 24 hours that could affect the currency pair you want to trade.

When the trading the EUR/USD pair, if England’s retail sales are on the market and the calendar believes the data could be strong, it creates a higher probability trade. This would also be true if there is U.S. economic data on the calendar that the market expects to be weak. However, if there is reason the British data is expected to surprise by being on the downside or the U.S. data is expected to surprise to the upside, then it may be better to pass on the trade.

4. What is the general sentiment in the market? Does it support the trade?

Considering the general sentiment in the market is also very important. If the Dow dipped 300 points, there is a good chance that the European markets will trade lower in the next session. It may not be such a good idea to buy the EUR/USD on a dip after a sharp sell-off in stocks because the dip could turn into further losses if traders in other countries join in on the selling.

However, if the general sentiment is steady and equities ended up, flat, or only slightly lower, then the trade looks good. There is a greater chance that the rally in the EUR/USD will resume if the general sentiment is actually positive with traders optimistic enough to rally stocks.

5. Which key levels could affect the trade?

If a dip in the EUR/USD stopped just above a significant support level like 1.3000, assuming the support level continues to hold, going long EUR/USD would be a higher probability trade. If that same trade broke below the support level, then there is a greater probability for additional losses if support turns into resistance.

Next… What I am sharing with you is the end result of my 10+ years of trial and error as a trader. I don’t want you to make the same mistakes that I made. I want you to learn from me and I want you to learn for free through the blog I co-founded to help investors like you achieve their financial freedom.