Aside from a daily back and forth with some other people I know who trade in cryptocurrencies, I have started to try to do a little more of my own research. I have found that there are a bunch of sites and people willing to share their learnings. Here is a list of some of the more recent ones I have found:
This is an website and app that is basically a network of “experts” that share trading ideas. You can follow them the same way that you follow people on Twitter. Some of the most followed and active posters are those that are day-trading cryptocurrencies.
Note: Proceed at your own risk. Many of these experts seem to have strong technical fundamentals, but that doesn’t mean that they aren’t posting ideas to manipulate the market and taking money off the “pump” of a coin. The crypto market is notorious for the pump and dump of coins and those that have influence or inside knowledge (and deep pockets) can easily manipulate markets, as there is no governance. Also, many of these are selling access to their trade ideas for a subscription – from $250-1K a year. All that being said, I have made some short term money off of the free advice listed on Trading View.
This site is actually really cool if you are interested in finding out about the newest ICO’s, either active or upcoming. It lists all ICO’s plus any information they can gather about the whitepaper, developers, dates of ICO, number of coins being sold, discount for buyers, and territories in which you can and can’t participate. I really like the design and facility of getting information on ICOdrops.com.
As an example, Bluzelle is an upcoming ICO that launches in January, and the information listed here on ICOdrops is very useful.
They even rate the Hype, and potential return – although the potential return to me seems like just a guess.
This is another ICO tracking website, has very similar information to ICOdrops.com.