ICO or NO? Episode 18 Raiden

The Raiden project is an off-chain payment channel that looks to solve one of blockchain technology’s biggest problems: scalability. Raiden will allow quick, seamless transactions between ERC-20 tokens, all the while avoiding backlogs and increased fees. If blockchain technology is going to grow, projects like Raiden are going to have to find a way to make existing networks meet the increased demand of a growing user base. Watch Jeremy break down how the Raiden ICO project.

Trezor Hardware Wallet Review

Trezor Hardware Wallet Review

Trezor Wallet Review

If you are looking for the most secure way to store your crypto, you have probably discovered that you will want to purchase a hardware wallet. The top two on the market are Trezor and Ledger Nano S. While the Nano S wins in price – $69 USD (about 58 euros) to Trezor’s $117 USD (about 99 euros). In addition, Trezor does have a few additional functions that may make it a better choice for some folks.

ICO or NO? Episode 12 Unikrn

Unikrn ICO is one of the most hyped tokens sales to date! In this video, Jeremy goes over what the project is and what is driving the excitement behind the Unikrn project. All about changing the game of eSports, this may be a really interesting project for you. He also points out some pretty noteworthy names that have already invested in the project! Their ICO begins Friday, September 22nd, 2017.

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MyEtherWallet (MEW) Demo

In this video, we’ll be going over all the features offered by MyEtherWallet. MyEtherWallet (MEW) is a web interface that generates wallets for storing your cryptocurrency. It is compatible with multiple wallet types (see below), and is a web based system that allows you to create a wallet and send your crypto to it. This wallet is for Ether and ERC20 tokens (read more about ERC20 here and here).

MEW is not an online wallet/web wallet. It is an interface to create wallets… They do not store your keys, and as their site says:

“You are responsible for your security.”