We gathered 17 of the top Bitcoin and crypto statistics for a data-driven glimpse into Canadian crypto investors, miners, and more.
PercentagesCalculators.com is a website I use to calculate my percentage increases and decreases on my crypto trades. It puts the math calculation in a more human-readable format that I find is easier than doing the math… because I don’t know how.
Launch TxStreet.com and watch a Bitcoin and Ethereum live transaction visualizer. Every tx is a person, and they fill up buses that represent blocks on the blockchain. It shows the block times and fees for the blocks.
These are some of the most common cryptocurrency scams people fall for.
Most of these are scams common sense and can be boiled down to:
- Never share your seed phrase with anyone
- Trust no one and verify everything.
- Don’t believe anything you read on the internet.
- Use good passwords and a 2-Factor authentication app
- Get a hardware wallet
When using Bitcoin and crypto you are responsible for your own funds.
Any transacions you send are irreversable and non refundable.
You need to be very careful online. Even the most educated internet security professionals can fall for any of these cryptocurrency scams.
When doing research — I always like to add the qualifier ‘Reddit’ to a few related Google searches to try and get more unbiased reviews about cryptocurrency exchanges, wallets, scams, and the laws/legality of crypto as a Canadian.
Here is my list of recommended subreddits I think you should check out when learning and researching crypto as a beginner.
Podcasts are a great way for learning about Bitcoin, altcoins, trading and other cryptocurrency news and updates.
This is by no means an exhaustive list of cryptocurrency podcasts or in any particular ranking. I will be updating this post as I find new ones.
Here is a list of blockchain and crypto podcasts I currently subscribe and listen to: