Things Anybody New to Bitcoin Should Know

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Are you new to Bitcoin trading? If yes, here’s what you should know before trading or investing in this cryptocurrency.

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The recent Bull Run attracted many people’s attention to the cryptocurrency space. That means some people are new to Bitcoin and probably don’t know much about it. Some individuals from all parts of the world have used this virtual currency for years. However, Bitcoin is something new to some individuals.

If this cryptocurrency is new to you, don’t start purchasing or investing in it blindly. Essentially, the fear of missing out shouldn’t prompt you to make rushed decisions. That’s because such decisions can lead to costly mistakes. Due diligence is essential before you start using Bitcoin.

Trading cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin has created a free market. However, this market has predators that want to steal from unsuspecting beginners. Platforms like Bitcoin Prime enable newbies to trade this cryptocurrency with little knowledge about it. That’s because new traders can automate these systems to execute trades on behalf of their users. However, newbies should also know the following things when using this cryptocurrency.

 

Security Comes First

Before spending a significant amount of fiat money on Bitcoin, understand the potential risks of the venture. Also, learn how to secure private keys. Theft and user error are the leading causes of financial losses among crypto traders and users.

An average internet user may have lazy and sloppy security habits. To secure your Bitcoin, cultivate a more robust awareness sense around your online practices. Purchasing a hardware wallet is among the easiest ways of securing your Bitcoin. That way, you can isolate private keys within a contained environment. And this will make them impossible to hack.

 

Avoid Suspicious Schemes

You’ve probably come across crypto sites promising high-yield returns. Unfortunately, these could be upfront investments that promise guaranteed, ridiculously high returns. And crypto markets don’t have something like a guarantee. That means you should avoid any scheme that guarantees you high-yield returns.

The majority of these sites use Bitcoin to facilitate Ponzi schemes. These are schemes that use new investors’ money to pay the old ones. Eventually, they implode when they don’t get new investors. That’s why these schemes are illegal. Some cloud mining websites are Ponzi schemes too.

Also, avoid multi-level marketing in any form. And this uses a service or a product as a legal loophole to ensure that nobody classifies them as pyramid schemes. A pyramid scheme is where you have to recruit others to sell a service or a product to make a living.

Since the basis of pyramid schemes is the false promise of an infinite human population, they always fail. These schemes collapse after hitting market saturation because the pyramid base can’t find additional recruits. A pyramid base comprises at least 50% of the participants. That means over a half lose their money.

 

Invest What You Can Lose

Some people start trading and investing in Bitcoin after reading stories of people that have made millions from this cryptocurrency. Thus, you think Bitcoin will make you rich fast. Well, don’t let a seasoned Bitcoin trader that is already making significant gains prompt you into diving in headfirst.

Most traders go through sweat, tears, and blood to achieve their proficiency level. Trading Bitcoin can be rewarding and yield good returns. However, start small and then continue to increase the amount you spend in your trading activity.

Train, study, and practice with tiny amounts to master the trade, develop confidence and determine the most effective strategy. When trading Bitcoin, you won’t have shortcuts. Spend time learning and practicing to acquire essential experience as a trader.

Trading is 10% skill and 90% psychological. You need a practical trick pony to achieve consistent returns. However, discipline yourself to execute a trade at the right time. Also, learn to manage emotions to ensure they don’t influence your Bitcoin trading decisions.

 

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