Cryptocurrency Blog

Coinstop's Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Blog
How To Safely Buy Bitcoin

How To Safely Buy Bitcoin

If you’re new to the world of cryptocurrency, you may be readying yourself to buy your very first Bitcoin. But how can you make sure you’re doing s...
How To Recognise & Avoid Phishing Attempts

How To Recognise & Avoid Phishing Attempts

The most common way people lose access to their cryptocurrency is through phishing attacks, and unfortunately, hackers are becoming more sophistica...
7 Things to Know About the Billfodl Faraday Bag

7 Things to Know About the Billfodl Faraday Bag

The Faraday Bag is a great addition to your lineup of cryptocurrency security tools, but only if you know how to use it. In this article, we are go...
How To Get Started With Crypto

How To Get Started With Crypto

Unless you’ve been living under a rock the past few years, we’re sure you’ve definitely heard of cryptocurrency and bitcoin. But with lots to learn...
A Guide to the Blockchain Technology Behind Bitcoin

A Guide to the Blockchain Technology Behind Bitcoin

As Bitcoin and blockchain continue to grow and become more user-friendly, the onus is on you to learn this evolving technology so you’re prepared f...
A Beginner's Guide on How To Use Uniswap

A Beginner's Guide on How To Use Uniswap

The vast majority of crypto trading takes place on centralised exchanges such as Coinbase and Binance. These platforms are governed by a single aut...
What are Bitcoin Mixers and Should You Use Them?

What are Bitcoin Mixers and Should You Use Them?

If you read our previous blog post about Bitcoin privacy, you’ll know we spoke briefly about mixing services. They offer to mix traceability betwee...
Bitcoin Isn’t Private, But It Can Be

Bitcoin Isn’t Private, But It Can Be

There is a common misconception that Bitcoin is a completely private form of payment, free from tracking. However, if you look a little closer, you...
How To Set Up And Use The BitBox 02

How To Set Up And Use The BitBox 02

If you own cryptocurrency, you also need to own a hardware wallet. Why? Because it keeps your private keys offline and away from easily hackable de...
What Is the Lightning Network And How Is It Changing Bitcoin

What Is the Lightning Network And How Is It Changing Bitcoin

One of the biggest criticisms about Bitcoin is that due to its 3-5 transactions per second (TPS), it’s not fast enough to support the way in which ...
New Coolwallet Pro Features Supporting NFTs

New Coolwallet Pro Features Supporting NFTs

Are you into NFT’s? Then you may be keen to hear that the team at Coolbit X have integrated new NFT functions into their CoolWallet Pro hardware wa...
Bitcoin Price Challenge  —  Month 1

Bitcoin Price Challenge  —  Month 1

Having been a bitcoiner for over 10 years, I have seen it at its lowest and highest points. It’s been quite the journey, one that feels almost full...