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Staying Crypto Savvy: Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) Companies – What you need to know

What is an MLM (Multi-Level Marketing)? Multi-level marketing companies (also called “MLM’s”) rely on a layered recruitment and commission structure to market the organisation.  While there are some legal MLMs out there, most of them in the crypto space are operating illegally as “Pyramid Schemes” (you may be familiar with the most famous of these; the Ponzi scheme). As the.

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Various cryptocurrency coins to swap in New Zealand

Crypto Swap: What it is & how to do it with Easy Crypto?

Imagine creating an exchange account, then having to log in to place an order just because you’re wanting to swap your cryptocurrencies. Most people will think that’s too painful and never quite get around to that. Fair enough, that is a pretty inefficient way to switch between crypto assets. And given that no exchange has all the coins, you will.

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Lion’s Share Review: Is It Legit or A Scam?

We’ve seen a huge increase in customers recently “investing” in to Lion’s Share (visit their website here). We always want to make sure our customers are staying safe and we want all the Kiwis out there to be making awesome gains in their crypto gardens, so we did some digging… What we found is not good 🙁 Short story is.

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Dollar-Cost Averaging: Crypto Investing Made Simple

Want to invest in crypto assets but not too sure on how to go about it? Well, dollar-cost averaging may be a strategy to consider. Most passive investors find this strategy beneficial, some even went as far as to claim that “Even God couldn’t beat dollar cost averaging”. In this article, I’ll walk you through the key pros and cons.

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Understanding crypto assets — Should I invest in Bitcoin or Ethereum?

Most people who are considering buying crypto assets would have heard the advice to invest in Bitcoin or Ethereum. That is because Bitcoin and Ethereum are two cryptocurrencies with the largest market caps (i.e market values). It’s no surprise that investors are interested in cryptocurrencies, given that more people are seeing cryptocurrencies as “the future of our entire medium of.

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How to Accept Cryptocurrency Payments in New Zealand

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin can be used in retail stores just as easily as paying by cash or card. Accepting cryptocurrency in New Zealand is completely legal and more retailers are making the move each year. Stand out from your competitors and get ahead by learning how to accept crypto in your retail store today. Companies all over the world are.

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Bitcoin is illustrated as physical gold coin with New Zealand's flag on the background

Cryptocurrency: Tips and Tricks for Investment in Crypto

Everyone around me knows that I am a huge fan when it comes to reading about investment tips and tricks. To me, money is like a coupon for my time. I use my time and labour in exchange for these ‘coupons’, which in return allow me to trade for goods and services. These coupons, although legal tender, can fluctuate in.

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What Is Tezos: Where & How to Buy Tezos in New Zealand

Tezos is another example of how blockchain technology is used in our lives. It is connected to a digital token named Tez or Tezzie (XTZ). Unlike any other cryptocurrencies, it doesn’t use a mining system for its tokens. It chose to give rewards to the token owners who participated in the liquid proof of stake consensus mechanism. Based on the.

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Why Do People Buy Bitcoin: A Guide into Cryptocurrency

Planning yourself to buy Bitcoin is a great decision. Many people and Kiwis specifically have been trying Bitcoin as their new currency, investment, or part of their pension plan. And the cryptocurrency is thriving well in New Zealand and the world, so it would be valuable if you start to get to know about Bitcoin. Bitcoin is the world’s best-known.

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Physical form of Bitcoin and two forks as illustration of forking cryptocurrency

What Does Forking Cryptocurrency Mean?

Sometimes cryptocurrency could be divided into two types, and that process is called forking. This happens usually when the code in the cryptocurrency is changed and can be considered difficult (the two new software that underlies each cryptocurrency are not compatible). The results of the forking cryptocurrency are two different versions of it. A common example of forking cryptocurrency is.

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