How To Invest In Crypto Full Beginners Guide in 2021
This is the ULTIMATE Guide on how to get started in cryptocurrency investing for beginners.**OPEN ME** for all the resources mentioned in the video here:⮕ 💰 $10 Crypto: https://www.coinbase.com/join/jung_hql⮕ 💰Get up to $250 in BTC when you deposit $25: https://blockfi.com/brian⮕ 💰Get $25 with Crypto.com https://crypto.com/app/jung use referral code JUNGSECURITY YOU NEED⮕ 🔒 Cold Storage Mentioned in Video (MUST HAVE): https://brianjung.co/ledger⮕ 🔒 Yuibkey Data Protection Key https://brianjung.co/security🔥 Exclusive Content + My Crypto Watchlist & Trades: https://www.patreon.com/brianjungI recommend signing up for multiple brokerages as mentioned in the video. Some platforms have coins listed on the exchange unlike others and give you the ability to still trade if one goes under for maintenance like we have seen before in the past.Watch this video after: How To Choose Which Crypto To Invest in 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urpOGsvFE6QOutline:0:00 Introduction1:31 What is Bitcoin & How Does it Work?3:26 How To Send and Receive Crypto3:50 Reviewing Bitcoin.org Official Statements5:08 The Official Whitepaper By Satoshi 6:23 What is the Blockchain?7:36 Blockchain Transaction Walkthrough8:21 WATCH THIS FOR FREE CRYPTO9:46 Buying $5000 worth of Bitcoin using Coinbase13:45 YOU MUST DO THIS. ( SECURITY KEY TIP)14:30 How to move Crypto to cold storage (Ledger Nano X Tutorial)17:58 Conclusion⮕ 🖤 Follow Me on IG: https://www.instagram.com/creditbrianAdvertiser Disclosure: Some of the card links and other products that appear on this website are from companies which Brian Jung may earn a small affiliate commission or referral bonus. The links provided below are the best public offer at the moment for you & they support the channel. Thanks!Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor. Brian Jung does not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for entertainment purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.