CoinJar co-founder and CEO Asher Tan explains the key things you need to know.
A rise in popularity for cryptocurrency means we are now spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing an exchange to buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrency.
Keep reading to discover our top 5 things to look out for when using a crypto exchange.
This is a guest blog post by Rowan Crosby. Rowan is an Australian based financial journalist focused on Australian and US equity and commodity markets.
We’re excited to share that CoinJar now supports Zcash (ZEC).
Zcash is a cryptocurrency with a strong focus on the privacy of transactions in a blockchain network. The Zcash network was founded back in October 2016 and runs the cryptocurrency ZEC.
As Australia’s most popular cryptocurrency YouTuber, Alex Saunders’ own digital currency journey was prompted by a 50% loss in a more traditional investment choice — the stock market.
There may be times when you need to send cryptocurrency to an external address. You may be making a payment or moving funds between your cryptocurrency wallets. Whatever the reason, there are a few things to keep in mind when sending digital currencies to external addresses.
CoinJar Exchange is an advanced digital currency exchange, facilitating trading between CoinJar Exchange members in an open market. This means you have more control over your orders, including the ability to set the price you would like to buy or sell cryptocurrency at.
The world of cryptocurrency can be both exciting and rewarding, however, due to its volatile nature and infancy, it can also be very risky. If you’re new to the crypto space or after a good refresher course, keep reading to find out the Do’s and Don’ts of password and account security.
Did you know there’s so much more you can do with your CoinJar? CoinJar Rewards is our very own loyalty program designed to reward you for using our services. CoinJar Rewards offers members points for using their CoinJar which are redeemable in various ways.
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