Until recently, there weren’t any platforms in the UK where you could dollar-cost average into bitcoin (BTC). You had to do everything manually if you wanted to make regular bitcoin purchases. But that’s changing. A handful of platforms now allow you to setup recurring bitcoin purchases as a UK resident. In this post, we’ll outline […]
Coinkite’s Coldcard is a bitcoin hardware wallet which was announced in December 2017. Coinkite started shipping their first batch of it in August 2018. You might think it looks cheap and underwhelming, but it is an excellent bitcoin hardware wallet. Find out why in this hands-on review.
The Ledger Blue is a multi-currency hardware wallet launched in December 2016. It boasts a 3.5-inch full-colour touchscreen and is marketed as “the most advanced hardware security gear on the market”. However, at over twice the cost of the Ledger Nano S, is it worth it?
Coinbase has now added support for GBP deposits and withdrawals through the Faster Payments network. Coinbase’s biggest EU market can now buy bitcoin easier, quicker, and cheaper than ever before. But wait… Who are Coinbase? Why is this such a big deal? Is Coinbase the best way to buy bitcoin in the UK? In this […]
Coinbase has just announced a partnership with WeGift. This’ll allow you to instantly convert your cryptocurrency into gift cards for popular retailers (e.g., Nike, Tesco, Argos, + many more). It’s a quick and easy way to buy gift cards with bitcoin in the UK. I think this is awesome… but is it really worth using? […]
The Trezor Model T (aka Trezor T) was released in May 2018. It’s the successor to the original Trezor (aka Trezor One) and features a full-colour touchscreen, faster processor, and superior cryptocurrency support. It looks great. But is it worth the cost? Is it the best hardware wallet available? In this Trezor Model T review, we’ll […]