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  1. Crypto Investing Apps

    Crypto Investing Apps

    Investing can always be risky, but investing into a decentralized digital currency takes risky to a whole new level. Right now, more than 10,000 different Cryptocurrencies are traded publicly. The total value of all Cryptocurrencies in May was more than $1.7 trillion, which is actually down from April where the market topped $2 trillion in value for the first time.

  2. Crypto Credit Cards

    Crypto Credit Cards

    As of 2021, there is an estimated 2.8% global cryptocurrency ownership rate with 200 million crypto users worldwide. Cryptocurrency has been gaining popularity since the late 2010’s and does not seem to be slowing down anytime soon.

  3. What is Blockchain?

    What is Blockchain?

    Blockchain has been around since the early 1990’s, so why has no one heard of it until recently? That is all thanks to Bitcoin.

  4. What is Cryptocurrency?

    What is Cryptocurrency?

    Cryptocurrency or “Crypto” is a digital currency that can be used to buy goods and services. It uses an online ledger with strong cryptography to secure online transactions.

  5. Gap Visa Credit Card Review

    Gap Visa Credit Card Review

    Gap is one of the most recognized brands in the country. It’s where shoppers go to stock up on quality basics and casual wear for all ages. If you’re a frequent shopper, one way to save is to sign up for a Gap-branded credit card. Here’s what you need to know before you apply.

  6. How to Increase Your Credit Score in 5 Easy Steps

    How to Increase Your Credit Score in 5 Easy Steps

    You may be wondering, does my credit score really matter that much? Should I be making proactive steps to improve my score or just assume it will get better with time? We’re here to tell you that your credit score is important, and we are going to break down what you can do to improve that critical number.

  7. How to Decide Which Type of Credit Card is Best

    How to Decide Which Type of Credit Card is Best

    If you’re new to credit cards, picking out the right one can be an overwhelming decision. There are literally hundreds of credit cards out there, all with their own terms, fees, and rewards. Before applying for a credit card, follow these five steps to ensure you make a sound decision.

  8. Pros and Cons of Using a Personal Loan for Business Expenses

    Pros and Cons of Using a Personal Loan for Business Expenses

    If you dream of starting a business or want to expand your side hustle, finding the money you need to make your goals a reality can be difficult. Most business loan lenders require you to be in operation for several years before you can qualify for a loan; if your business is new, you won’t be eligible for a loan.


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