Welcome to Crypto in Conversation, where we’re de-bunking the how, why and what of crypto investments. We’ve asked crypto fanatics about their cryptocurrency, trading advice, trading pitfalls and their favourite tech gadgets.
Tell us something interesting about yourself
Got into crypto early 2017. Now can’t get away.
Provide a breakdown of your cryptocurrency portfolio
50% JET8, 40% BTC and 10% NEO.
Do you invest in anything other than cryptocurrency?
How often do you check the price?
A few times a day.
What have been your best and worst cryptocurrency investments?
XVG best and THOR worst (not VeThor).
Have you ever paid for anything with cryptocurrency?
Bills and I regularly buy coffees with CoinJar Swipe.
What are your most reliable sources for trading advice?
Mates in a closed group.
What is your favourite thing to spend money on?
I like small cap coins. I like researching them before buying small amounts.
iPhone or Android? Why?
iPhone. Androids are messy.
Favourite tech gadget?
What finance apps do you currently use?
Blockfolio, Trading View and CoinJar.
Do you have any advice for people who want to start in cryptocurrency?
Start small and expect to lose. If you win reinvest in something else.
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