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Frank and Crytpo Z discuss 6 coins/tokens that Z find interesting this year and provides his excellent Fundamental Analysis!
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Crytpo Z’s Scratch notes:
Nuclear Vision is a blockchain platform that intends to bridge the information gap between retailers and their clients. Here is how it works. Assuming retailer X wants to understand what their customers want, all they have to do is explicitly request for that information from their clients then reward them with nCash. Alternatively, they can buy the same information from other retailers using Ncash.
Faster blockchain paired with AI for security. 1 million transactions per second, AI allows for never forks. Very easy to use opens up on average to 350x more people to block chain development.
3. Origin Trail
Purpose-built Protocol for Supply Chains Based on Blockchain. Supply chain tracking for produce and food goods, quality checks, nodes produce more origin trail
4. CP Chain
Utility token for IOT improvement is used to speed up, scale, improve security, and reduce transaction costs for the IoT industry. Supply chain improvement
Cross-chain distributed storage protocol. Faster mining, flexibility among chains due to cross chain platform. Own mining machines. Utilize your computer as a hub and gain financial reward.
Nexo is a crypto overdraft system that allows users to avoid selling their crypto. You can use your crypto as collateral, then withdraw cash. You maintain access to your cryptocurrency – and the upside of your crypto holdings. At the same time, you can access the value of your crypto assets. Nexo is a product from Credissimo - a leading FinTech group serving millions of people across Europe for over 10 years.
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Frank and Crytpo CowBoy explain how and why to use Stop Losses to protect a trade. We use Binance and Bittrex as examples, but you should be able to apply the concepts on many exchanges.
(If you can't figure it out on a particular exchange, try looking through their help documents for info.)
We'll be doing some videos about this in the future, but here's a link to get you started with stop losses.