There are dozens of platforms and tools that we can use to manage and get the most out of our cryptocurrencies. But there is only one that is almost essential: Exchanges or barter houses. Exchanges are websites where you can buy, sell, and sometimes store cryptocurrencies. In today’s video we’re talking about two of the most basic methods of working with crypto that you can use to buy and sell cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, some of the most profitable cryptocurrencies, and many others.
As with cryptocurrencies and as we could see in the video about altcoins, there are many different exchanges. Each one has its characteristics, its advantages and disadvantages: ease of use, more or less commissions, more or less cryptocurrency catalog, etc.
Obviously it is not possible (nor recommended) to use all exchanges. It is best to limit yourself to a few (the ones that best suit our needs) for better control of our wealth. Because of this, it is wise to work on the exchanges that offer the most benefits. especially those that charge us fewer commissions for each move as this way we can keep more money when making investments.
In today’s video, we’re going to talk about the two exchanges I used to start my journey with cryptocurrencies. Between the two, you can fully enter the market, regardless of whether you just want to test yourself or if you prefer to get serious about cryptocurrencies. Although these are two very complete pages, don’t take my word for law and always do your own research.
As always, leave us your doubts, suggestions, and concerns about the world of cryptocurrencies in the comments and we will discuss them in future videos.