[General] Crypto Knowledge Pool
Hey guys, creating this space for us to pool any useful links/news/resources on anything crypto-related.
Share anything you think would be useful or interesting to the community in understanding/navigating this complex environment!
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Read this a few days ago https://www.techinasia.com/talk/current-ico-regulations.
A lawyer wrote an article on techinasia comparing how different regulations are between Singapore, US, Switzerland, South Korea, China etc.
PR last edited by
Is there anyone interested in blockchain? thinking of starting a thread for it, so much activity going in this space - would be great to discuss noteworthy work, separate hype from substantial efforts, etc. Will do it based on interest level :)
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@PR Please do! Would be glad to hear more on the substantial efforts you're referring to.
@kaeley-wn I have written a guide before to buying and selling cryptos in malaysia. might be helpful. https://crowdfundtalks.com/topic/140/quick-guide-to-buying-and-selling-cryptocurrencies-in-malaysia/
** Below are the resources that I have personally used. The crypto space is unregulated and continues to be a very risky space to invest in. Not only is it difficult to manage risk due to coin volatility, but hacking of websites/resources is quite common - therefore you use the below resources at your own risk (and any others posted in this thread). **
https://blockfolio.com/ Track your crypto portfolio. It's manual, but at least you can track all your portfolio if it's spread across many different wallets or exchanges.
https://coinmarketcap.com/ Market cap and trends of each coin.
https://blocktivity.info/ Blockchain activity of each coin.
https://icobench.com/ ICO expert reviews and scoring. App is easy to use.
https://www.tokendata.io/ Token information all in one please, easily comparable.
https://metamask.io/ "Allows users to store Ethereum related data like public addresses and private keys like any other Ethereum wallet, and it allows websites running Ethereum-based apps and smart contracts to talk to the Ethereum blockchain."
Exchanges and Trading
https://www.tradingview.com/ Charting/TA tool.
https://testnet.bitmex.com/ Paper trading. Learn about longing/shorting/margin/leverage.
https://www.bitmex.com/ Super high liquidity exchange, margin trading. They use a cold wallet for extra security against hackers.
https://www.binance.com Exchange. Very large range of coins, has phone/desktop apps.
https://quoinex.com/ Low liquidity exchange, but can trade in SGD!
https://cryptowat.ch Trade on the exchange of your choice with the same overlay/view. Handy for exchanges with ugly or slow interfaces.
Personally I would like to see some resources on:
Safety and security.
Tax (Singapore specifically).
Wow @jonhan that's an extremely detailed and informative guide! Those who'd like to trade in Msia/getting started should totally check it out.
I think we know who to approach for MY crypto discussions now :)
@Tom-FS another really organised and extensive pool of resources we've got here from Tom!
An article on tax across Germany/SG/Hong Kong etc.
"Singapore has historically been a friendly country in terms of capital regulations. That’s why in the scenario of digital currencies such as Bitcoin, it has taken a unique step.
Here, Bitcoin is neither considered a currency nor a commodity."
Businesses that are involved in digital currency trading are taxed on the profits derived from their business, but for individuals, there is no specific rule.
"Cryptocurrency transactions are currently tax-free as digital currencies are yet to be recognised for tax purposes."
Locktrip [LOC] airdrop is today and it reminded me about this website.
Can see a big list of current airdrops/bountys and how to participate.
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@tom-fs The absolute number and frequency of the air drops had dropped so drastically over the course of 2018. Gone was the hype about air drops and how people make almost instant gains off these air drops.
richardchung85 last edited by
Cyrpto prices are very volatile and unpredictable.
In my opinion one should only invest if you are willing to lose it all. Other words invest with money that you can affort to lose. And becareful with scam/ bogus coins/icos.
Blockchain in the otherhand are very interesting. So much potential.
i personaly got very interested with NEM & ProximaX. Both founded by a Malaysian. And NEM has a blochain centre located at Glo Damansara.
^ Thoughtful article which breaks down these jargons:
Initial Supply Auction
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I have US$10 worth of bitcoin in my Coinbase wallet.
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