BISON CEO Dr. Ulli Spankowski in an interview with “Aktien mit Kopf”: What’s next for BISON? Will there be more cryptocurrencies soon and if so: how many? Will BISON offer staking or trading in stocks and ETFs in the future? Read more about this in the blog post.
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Bitcoin’s been making headlines nearly every day over the past few months. Its fast-moving prices and booming cryptocurrency trades have been a hot topic among the media – to the point that even those unfamiliar with cryptocurrencies have embraced the trend for quite some time now. But those looking into buying and selling digital currencies …
Are cryptocurrencies currently undervalued or overvalued? When are the chances of buying or selling cryptocurrencies favorable? The indicators in the BISON app will help you analyze the crypto market.
We will show you where to find the technical indicators in the BISON app, which charts you can select and what insights can be derived from them.
As of now, two new cryptocurrencies can be traded in the BISON app: Chainlink (LINK) and Uniswap (UNI). Both are among the top 15 cryptocurrencies in the global crypto market according to market capitalization. LINK and UNI add to the BISON app’s current portfolio of five tradable coins: Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), XRP …
As of now, two new cryptocurrencies can be bought and sold in the BISON app: Chainlink (LINK) and Uniswap (UNI). They are among the top 15 cryptocurrencies worldwide. LINK and UNI add to the BISON app’s current portfolio of five tradable coins:Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), XRP (XRP) und Bitcoin Cash (BHC). In this …
Ulli Spankowski, CEO of BISON, shared an in-depth video interview. In it, he comments on several topics that we know many of our users are interested in: The general situation at BISON, emerging cryptocurrencies, new features, and much more.
Given that this video is only available in German, we’ve decided to use this blog to summarize its key takeaways and information.