Build your Crypto portfolio following the marketcap using Coincube

One of the most difficult things about investing in and trading cryptocurrencies, is the enormous choice in coins and tokens. Which ones should you hold and how much? Like most people, I guess, I have a couple of accounts on exchanges like Gdax, Bitstamp, Poloniex, Bittrex, and  HitBTC. So how much do you hold on each exchange? And what if you have some holdings on a wallet outside of an exchange?

Introducing Coincube

I have been looking for a way to manage all these holdings and accounts. I used spreadsheets and tools like blockfolio. I did ok, but it was a lot of work keeping track and to keep adjusting my portfolio as markets change. A few months back I came across  Coincube. Coincube is a free service, that lets you connect your exchange accounts and wallet so you can manage them as one portfolio.
Coincube lets you:

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Keeping my cryptos secure with the Ledger Nano S

I just received the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet. As my crypto portfolio is growing I thought it was time to buy a hardware wallet. I will make some follow up videos on how I set it up.

Ledger Nano S unboxed: read the “Did you notice? message

Ledger Nano attestation security demo

The Ledger Nano S came packaged without a seal and just had some foil rapping. If you watched my video you know I was a bit suprised about that. But all was soon cleared up as I opened the packaging and read the “Did you notice?” message. Here is the video I mention and that explains how your Ledger Nano S is verified each time you connect it.

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