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The price growth of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies set off a tsunami of demand for graphics cards—equipment used in the production of cryptocurrencies. Even not so technologically savvy people consider mining to be a way to earn money and they act decisively—take out loans and hoard graphics cards resulting in doubling prices. But mining is no easy business, one should think twice before buying any. In this article, we are going to shed some light on what graphics cards are better for mining.

Electronic money is a popular medium of exchange today. Many people use digital wallets making thousands of transactions in dozens of electronic currencies on a daily basis. But sometimes they find themselves in need of another currency in another payment system. This is what e-currency exchangers are there for, and their relevance is rising in proportion to electronic payments industry growth. All this means that electronic currency exchange is a great way of making a profit. In this article we are going to talk about how to launch an electronic currency exchanger.

In 2017 we witnessed a rapid spike in the value of most cryptocurrencies. Some tokens outperformed others in terms of price and capitalization, and altcoins mounted some serious pressure on Bitcoin. Market moves were unpredictable.

Investing in cryptocurrency is easy, but a wide variety of them means tough choice—investors struggle to decide what cryptocurrencies to invest in. In this article we are going to take a look at interesting cryptocurrencies from the investment standpoint.

"The price of Bitcoin has exceeded 3,000 USD", "Vladimir Putin and Vitalik Buterin Discuss Ethereum ’Opportunities’", "Nvidia, AMD to Release Cheaper Bitcoin Mining GPUs"—these are the latest headlines, in which cryptocurrency shows up with noticeable regularity.

Cryptocurrencies and mining are a hot topic in today’s world, and everyone of those who’s ever heard about it, probably, at least once, asked themselves the questions "what is cryptocurrency?", "where to get cryptocurrency?", "should I start mining?", etc. In this article, we’re going to talk about how and what cryptocurrencies to mine.

The first cryptocoin ever, Bitcoin, came into existence back in 2008 and wasn’t worth anything at that time. But in 2013, the lot of cryptocurrency drastically changed. The price of Bitcoin rose from 10 to 600 USD at first, but only recently it shot up to 3,000 USD. Bitcoin became a precious commodity that was really profitable to invest in.

«Where, how, and what cryptocurrency to buy?» is the question you are most likely asking yourself right now as more and more people talk about Bitcoin and its value rises. You want to «eat your piece of the crypto pie» but have no idea where to start?

In this article, you’ll learn how to buy Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, Nem, or any other cryptocurrency for that matter, as quickly and economically as possible.

Cryptocurrency Ethereum (Ethereum, «Ether», ETH) appeared on the horizon quite recently—July 30th, 2015. But in this short period of time it has already become as famous as Bitcoin. In terms of market capitalization, Ethereum is the second largest cryptocoin after Bitcoin (at the time of writing, June 30th, 2017, both were capped at 28.1 billion USD and 41.3 billion USD respectively).

Until fairly recently, the price of «Ether» didn’t exceed 15 dollars a piece, but in March 2017, ETH started to soar rapidly, and on June 12th it reached 407.1 USD. The price of Ethereum has grown 30-fold and is still growing, which makes this virtual coin an excellent investment option.

Cryptocurrency came into existence not so long ago, but the whole world already knows what it is. It is a precious commodity, just like stocks, gold and diamonds. At the time of writing, bitcoin was hovering above $2500, whereas the price of gold (ounce) was lower than $1300.

The figures show that anybody can make money with this innovative commodity. In this article, we are going to talk about how to “ride” this trend and how someone can make a profit out of cryptocurrency.

Exchanger monitor OKchanger helps find favorable exchange rates for cryptocurrency Ethereum («ETH» on exchanges as well as «Ether» colloquially) on the best electronic currency exchangers.

Many companies that offer financial services in the internet have appeared. Whether it is a payment system, online exchanger, cryptocurrency or other service, everyone wants to attract clients. To interest users and make them involved in the service's development, they offer affiliate programs. Such practice have proved to be efficient and was taken positively by the audience as it was to the benefit of both sides. Clients participating in the program can get an additional income and services that offer the program increase their client base.