How to Trade with cryptocurrency?

How to Trade with cryptocurrency?

This guide will help you in trading (Buying and selling) of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). Yes, Today, Cryptocurrencies have masked an extraordinary volume in the crypto market. A maximum portion of the population have understood the dangers and advantages of the cryptocurrency world. This information is important for the individuals who might want to remain in the front of the 4th industrial revolution.

Olaf Carlson wee said that,” “We are seeing more managed money and, to an extent, institutional money entering the space. Anecdotally speaking, I know of many people who are working at hedge funds or other investment managers who are trading cryptocurrency personally, the question is, when do people start doing it with their firms and funds?”

How to trade bitcoin/cryptocurrency?

A CFD (Contract for Difference) instrument come with a risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. When trading CFD, about eighty percent of the investors lose money. You must be understanding of CFD’s proper flow and be prepare for the high risk of losing money. Here are the three ways of trading bitcoin/ cryptocurrency:

  • Buy the fundamental from an exchange or online cryptocurrency broker by holding the actual currency in a wallet at the exchange or off-site
  • Trade (buy/sell) a CFD derivative and hold cash margin with an online forex broker or multi-asset broker.
  • Buy a publicly listed security related to Bitcoin and hold shares with an online stockbroker

There are always pros and cons of every part in trading the bitcoins. Let us have a look on the positive and negative sides of above ways:

  1.    Buy the fundamental from an exchange or online cryptocurrency broker by holding the actual currency- In this way, you can become the direct holder of the digital asset. The whole cryptocurrency is sent to your wallet with the exchange. Then using your private keys, you can send your cryptocurrency to any wallet address.

Pros:

  • You can control the actual cryptos
  • Flexible options like transfer, selling or exchange
  • You are secure with your private keys
  • Not any risk with third party tool
  • Multiple payment options with wallets to transfer money

Cons:

  • You must take the responsibility of your private Key
  • You must have some technical knowledge to carry out operations
  • Loss of private key can give you unbearable loss.
  • You must be aware of the bitcoin theft ways so as you can do safe your pass keys
  • Trade (buy/sell) a CFD derivative

Pros:

  • Trading as a CFD derivative disproves the responsibility to safeguard any private keys
  • Your cash margin can have more potential.
  • Brokers can offer low transaction fee

Cons:

  • Spreads are usually wider as compared to trading the underlying.
  • Trades can be cancelled or reversed in the event the broker finds any fault in its systems.
  • Buying Bitcoin-Related Securities (ETFs, ETPs, etc.): Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • This way aims to duplicate or replicate the performance of the asset as a trust that holds digital coins where investors don’t need to hold private keys provides traders an alternative investment vehicle to buy and hold.
  • Does not need to safeguard of private keys
  • All trade is under the exchange guidelines

Cons:

  • the price of the underlying asset and the price of the security may vary. It can cause tracking error.
  • The security will be tradeable only in the exchange hours not for 24 hours a day.
  • Volume of the traded security may be less than the available volume of the underlying asset