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Practice Cryptocurrency Trading with Virtual Money

You don’t have to risk an​y money whatsoever with our Earn-To-Learn cryptocurrency simulator - play with the “big dogs” of cryptocurrency as well as lower priced coins and see how you would do if this was real money using our simulated virtual currency.

With your Earn-To-Learn cryptocurrency simulator, you have everything that you need as if you made a real crypto buy or sell. Earn-To-Learn looks and feels like our real crypto exchange - it shows your tracking history so that you can see over time, how well you might have done. 

You have zero risk; you can practice as if this was a real exchange. See how much you would earn (or lose.) You don’t have to be a crypto expert to jump into the game. Use our simulator to practice, practice, and practice, so that you too can become an expert! 

What is Crypto?

Cryptocurrency is a digital virtual currency system that uses a peer-to-peer system that can enable anyone anywhere to send and receive payments. 

Cryptocurrencies (also just called crypto) are decentralized, meaning they are not issued, backed, or regulated by a central authority like the U.S. government
Cryptocurrency received its name because it uses enCRYPTion to verify the CURRENCY transactions.  This means an advanced coding distributed public ledger (aka blockchain) records all transactions, updated and held by currency holders via data between the digital wallets (like Koinfold 2.0) and the public ledgers. The units of crypto are created by (digital) mining, which involves having computers solving complex mathematical problems in order generate coins which then can get stored in your digital wallet 

What You Need to Know About Investing in Crypto

Trading precious metals has been around for thousands of years. The forerunner of the modern stock exchange was created shortly after the establishment of the Dutch East India Company (in 1602 when equities began trading on a regular basis as a secondary market to trade its shares, whereas the first cryptocurrency was minted in 2009. 

 In contrast, crypto has only been around for a little over a decade. The original decentralized cryptocurrency, bitcoin, was first minted (the process of producing coins- in this case a digital coin) in January 2009. This technology is still very new, & the market that currently experiences considerable volatility. 

It's important to learn as much as you can before you jump in. No one can guarantee that a coin's value will rise so don't be tempted by, "this can't fail!" statements. You need to be responsible to check it all out!

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