The First Licensed and Registered Cryptocurrency Financial Advising Team.
Access to information has never been easier. Unfortunately, such access has led to a prevalence of individuals relying on deceptive and untrustworthy sources. Block Society was founded to provide members with a single source for relevant and accurate news, technical analysis, trading education and background information on cryptocurrency using proprietary technology by utilizing a collaborative content management system (CMS). Our goal is to benefit the greater good of the cryptocurrency community by improving access to cryptocurrency education and providing cryptocurrency financial advising services.
Learn About Technical Analysis
Studying previous market data can greatly increase the profitability of your future investments.
- The Basics
- chart setup
- getting familiar with tradingview and the tools
- how to read different charts
- Trendlines, Support, Resistances
- Moving Averages
- Classical Chart Patterns
- Candlestick Patterns
- Oscillators and Indicators
- Trading Psychology, Risk Management, Portfolio Management
- Trading Strategies
- Elliot Wave Theory
- Triple Combo
- Correction Wave
- double combo
- key levels and ratios
- Arcs, Circles, Spirals, Channels, and Wedges
- Gann Theory
- Advanced Classical Charts Patterns
- Integration of Multiples
- Deep Dive into theory, applications, and strategy based on a number of different contrarian approaches such as:
- Relative Volatility Index
- Donchian Channels
- Ichimoku Clouds
- McGinley Dynamic
- Multi-Time Period Charts
- and many many more!
The Top 3 Reasons To Trade Cryptocurrency
Low Transaction Costs
While most markets have high transaction costs that decrease profitability, Cryptocurrency exchanges offer substantially lower fees.
Low Entry Barriers
Stock markets have barriers for entry and require day traders to keep an equity balance of $25,000 in order to trade stocks with frequency. Cryptocurrency exchanges lack such stringent trading requirements.
The foundation of trading is price action. If you are learning how to trade but the market conditions do not provide a trade opportunity, you lack the ability execute. Crypto markets are well known for their volatility and provide extensive learning opportunities.
Blockchain Fundamentals and Cryptocurrency Course
This 12 week course will help you build a greater understanding of blockchain technology and cryptocurreny investments, and will explore:
- The basic properties and intent of centralized and decentralized currency.
- An in-depth understanding of Bitcoin (Identity, Transactions, Record Keeping and Consensus).
- The roots of Bitcoin in the Cypherpunk movement and Libertarianism.
- The revolutionary significance of Bitcoin compared to its predecessors.
- The mechanics behind Bitcoin, including the Bitcoin network, cryptography and cryptographic hash functions, Bitcoin Script, privacy, and hash commitment schemes.
- Real-world aspects of Bitcoin, such as wallets, wallet mechanics, mining, transactions, Bitcoin governance and how to interface with the Bitcoin network.
- Network attacks and methods to destroy Bitcoin.
- The properties behind Ethereum, the second largest blockchain platform, including the Ethereum Virtual Machine and the idea of Turing completeness, the key protocol differences between Bitcoin and Ethereum and the use cases of Ethereum.
- A formal definition of distributed consensus and foundational topics such as the CAP Theorem and the Byzantine Generals Problem.
- The alternative consensus mechanisms to Bitcoin’s Proof-of-work, including Proof-of-Stake, voting-based consensus algorithms, and federated consensus.
- The meaning and properties of cryptoeconomics as it relates to its two compositional fields: cryptography and economics.
- The goals for cryptoeconomics with respect to distributed systems fundamentals.
- Enterprise-level blockchain implementations, such as JP Morgan’s Quorum, Ripple, Tendermint, and HyperLedger, plus industry use cases for blockchain, ICOs, and the blockchain regulations.
- The challenges with scaling and obstacles to widespread blockchain adoption and possible solutions within vertical scaling (e.g. blocksize increases, Segregated Witness, and the Lightning Network) and horizontal scaling (e.g. sidechains, sharding).
- The measures that governments have taken to regulate and control blockchain technology (Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations), anonymity goals and government techniques for de-anonymization of entities on blockchain.
- An exploratory look into current blockchain ventures including venture capitalism, ICOs, and crowdfunding.
One time fee with unlimited access.
Free with Platinum Membership