“Get set for a June 21st tohubohu”

Reporting from Bet Chat HQ, north London…

After Boris set out his ‘lockdown exit roadmap’ on Monday, it got me to thinking, we really should have our very own ‘Bet Chat roadmap’, so here goes!

February 26th

Set your alarm because tomorrow morning our pleasingly profitable ‘Free Tip of the Week’ email returns.

The last of these was on New Year’s Eve when we landed a 5/2 racing winner. We’ve had to pause them in the intervening two months as Bet Chat Bec was in Australia and the 10 hour time difference was too troublesome but, she’s back (baby!), and therefore so is FTOTHW.

March (exact date TBA)

You’ll no doubt have noticed the cryptocurrency theme running throughout this month and we’re keen to explore that further by building a portfolio of under the radar assets.

These could make some serious returns over the coming months and years and make perfect sense as an alternative investment, with the world moving ever closer to a cashless society.

This will all be done under the tutelage of our aptly named crypto expert Kash. Keep your eyes peeled for more details early next month.

March 16th-19th (WORLD EXCLUSIVE)

As has become an annual tradition for more years than I can remember, I’ll once again be running my ever-popular Cheltenham Syndicate service but, this year, there will be one big difference…

It’s going to be completely, 100%, free to all!

This is a one-off and is our own little way of thanking you for sticking with us during what has been an incredibly tough 12 months for the entire planet.

We launched Bet Chat just six weeks or so before the ‘official’ start of this blasted pandemic, and your support has been the reason why we’re still here today.

I’ll be releasing my ‘Big One’ multiple bet about a week before the festival, along with full details on how you can access all of my tips, analysis and competitions for the week free of charge.

April (exact date TBA)

Sick of the daily slog?

Like the sound of owning your own business? Or living abroad for at least part of the year? Or only having to work a four hour week?

We’re currently working on building a brand new community focused on helping you create the lifestyle you want, through a combination of maximising existing earnings/savings, creating new revenue streams, and reducing expenditure on things like tax (legally of course!)…

And, as with all of our services, it will be headed up by somebody who walks the walk, as well as talks the talk.

May (exact date TBA)

I’m currently trialling not one but two very promising horseracing services.

I know it’s something that we’re currently missing and something that a lot of readers want – hopefully you’ll be impressed with what you see!

June 21st (for at LEAST a week)

Why Bitcoin keeps going up (even when it doesn’t)

Kash here.

Let’s talk about Bitcoin…

Did you see it rally up to $58,000 the other day…

Only to crash back down to $51,000?

That $7,000 drop looks pretty nasty…

And I feel sorry for anyone who bought at the top and panic sold at the bottom.

But I also have some advice…

Stop staring at the trees.

Because that’s exactly what worrying about Bitcoin’s day to day price movements is like… standing right up against a tree and worrying about a tiny patch of its bark.

Instead, you want to zoom out so you can see the woods.

And the woods look good…

The only bitcoin chart you ever need to look at

Take a look at this Bitcoin chart…

It’s the only one you ever need to look at if you’re interested in the long-term potential of this Big Daddy Crypto…

It looks like a rainbow having a heart attack, doesn’t it?

But the colours aren’t just for show…

It shows how the Bitcoin price is essentially “programmed” to keep going up.

See the main rainbow line?

That’s Bitcoin’s price.

Now, see the purple and blue lines behind it… going up like steps all the way to the top right hand corner of the chart?

Those lines represent the max supply of bitcoins.

The higher those lines go the more the supply reduces… until one day all 21 million bitcoins have been mined.

And then… there will be no more new bitcoins…

This process is known in the crypto world as the “the halvening”

It’s a bit of a silly name…

But, so far,  the halvening has predicted the long-term price movements of Bitcoin like a time-travelling Mystic Meg.

In fact, it almost looks like the Bitcoin price is chasing the halvening line on that chart.

But it’s not by chance… it’s more by design…

Every 4 years Bitcoin is programmed to halve the rate it can be mined at, instantly making it scarcer overnight.

And I’d say it’s pretty obvious that the rarer something is, the more it’s price has the potential to increase… especially if it’s already worth $50,000+ today.

So, that’s why I say take your eyes off the trees and look at the woods instead.

Bitcoin sure looks good from up here, doesn’t it?

As always, if you have any questions about Bitcoin or cryptos in general please hit us up at clients@thebetchat.com.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

🎧 [LISTEN] Is it too late to buy Bitcoin?

We just sat down for this week’s Q&A with Crypto King Kash.

We discussed…

  • Bitcoin’s surge to $57,000… and where Kash thinks to top is
  • Whether it’s too late to buy Bitcoin
  • How Bitcoin’s price movements are affecting the altcoin and Defi markets
  • Bet Chat reader Kieran’s question about the crypto Cardano… could it be the Ethereum killer?
  • And reader Ron’s question on Blockchain.com wallets… are they OK to trust for small amounts of Ethereum and Bitcoin?

Listen to the conversation now.

Bet Chat Diaries: My favourite betting podcasts

As a bettor aspiring to gain any edge you can get over the market, you’ve probably looked at courses that cost hundreds to thousands of pounds. However, there’s a huge amount of incredible free content in the form of podcasts that will lend you a helping hand.

Here are some of my favourite podcasts that I’ve learned from in my journey so far. Let me know if I’ve missed any by emailing clients@thebetchat.com.  

General/Betting Theory

Pinnacle Podcast

A fantastic mix of content for any serious bettor. My favourite features are the ‘Serious about betting’ and ‘Profit from perspective’ series’ that feature a ton of smart industry guests offering insight and suggestions you can apply to your own betting.

Regular episodes also include weekly insights into the Premier League betting markets and special podcasts on the eve of big tournaments or matches (think boxing, tennis and NFL). Ben (the presenter) has a great interviewing style that encourages guests to share some brilliant insights and always does his research, making this one of the best betting podcasts out there.

Business of Betting

As the name suggests, it’s a fascinating insight into the business of the betting world. The BoB podcast has run for over 160 episodes now and the work that Jake puts into it is truly incredible.

Although the content is mostly evergreen, you’ll find yourself going down a rabbit hole, searching for the companies and the people behind the betting tools/sites and ventures mentioned in the pod.

I myself have found many useful tools that have helped me become more profitable just by listening to the show. Jake is a smart guy too and, as with Ben, asks all the right questions so the listener gets the most out of the experience. If you’re interested in the cutting edge of what’s going on in the betting industry, this is a must listen.

Inside Betting

A slightly different format to the above but one of the most unique podcasts out there. It’s a fresh take on understanding the industry and I liken it to a chat at the pub with Matthew, one of the most brilliant minds working in the industry.

You won’t find any ‘tips’ in here but I’ve found myself listening several times to episodes as there’s so much fascinating insight that I often miss it the first time round. Highly recommended for anyone who has a passion for betting and trading and sees it equally as art form and science.

Trademate Sports

Ok, full disclosure, if you know Trademate already, you’ll know I do some work with them but even with my biased hat on, the podcast is still a superb listen, and that was what got my attention when I got in touch with them originally. I know Alex is one of the hardest working people in the industry right now so don’t let the fact that Alex got me on one week in desperation put you off! Most weeks feature a superb range of guests from across both sides of the divide (punter and bookmaker).  

The weekly preview show featuring George Gamble, Nigel Seeley and Harout Massoyan is full of superb tips and insight. I find the pods with odds compilers extremely interesting and, if you listen carefully, they give away some very handy tips for your betting. Obviously, I highly recommend the podcast and I find it criminal it doesn’t get enough views and listens, so give it a try!

Notable Mentions

There are a few other podcasts in this area I’d like to give a quick mention to as I simply haven’t had the time to listen to more than a few episodes, but they are on my list and worth looking at.

A few of these have a more US sports focus and, as such, the terminology of American odds and some of the vocabulary might be unfamiliar to UK bettors, but these are well worth a listen too, mainly because they come from two extremely smart and well regarded professionals, Rufus Peabody and Spanky:

Bet the Process

Be Bettor Bettors


A mix of pure tips, insight, analysis and opinion. Here are a few of the football podcasts I highly recommend.

The Matchbook Betting Podcast

The Matchbook podcast actually covers a few different sports, but the football one is my favourite and there’s no surprise that it consistently gets voted the best betting podcast out there.

It’s a great blend of insight, solid tips and analysis. Aidan O’Sullivan is a brilliant presenter who brings it all together with great humour. As an ex-trader himself, he also knows his stuff. Mark O’Haire has an eye for a great stat and a solid long term track record and Adrian Clarke’s insights as an ex-pro go far beyond the typical cliches of the talking heads on TV. I especially enjoy his take on the EFL as his knowledge on this is superb.

This is a regular weekly listen for me and it’s rare I miss an episode as it’s made me some nice profits so far!

Welovebetting Podcast

From the same Mark O’Haire who features on the Matchbook pod, it’s another high quality affair with great selections and analysis most weekends on the English leagues and around Europe.

What I particularly like is the actual analysis part. A great way to improve your own selection criteria is to have a listen to podcasts like these and how the experts justify their selections. The bet builders featured here are a specialty and go beyond the standard 1×2 markets into corners, cards and other player prop bets that might not be on the radar of the regular punter.

The Totally Football Show

Despite the Paddy Power sponsorship, this isn’t a betting podcast as such. However, for me, the European version of the show is a very handy weekly update on what’s going on in Europe’s big leagues and highlights anything I should be aware of before looking at the odds on a big game. James Richardson is like a fine wine, only getting better with age, and the galacticos of the journalism world who join him each week are a joy to listen to.

The Spanish Football Podcast

Again, not a betting podcast but a fantastic listen nonetheless. Phil and Sid have a great rapport and chemistry and, crucially, have the scoop from ground level, with both being based in Madrid. It certainly helps me to assess which bets to make on a weekend from afar and my knowledge of La Liga teams beyond the big three has certainly been enriched by their efforts.

Notable Mentions

You might have noticed that I haven’t included a lot of well-known football betting podcasts because I think a lot of them are, franky, quite cr@p at best and verging on predatory at worst.

Football, as the biggest sport in the world and the most bet sport in the UK attracts the most attention for that reason. As such, the quality can be a little variable. It also means I’ve probably missed a ton of them too, so let me know if you do listen to any you find useful.

Other Sports

I could go on forever and I probably need to do a part two but a few other special mentions are the Betfair podcast (in particular I find their cricket podcast to be a great listen), and for tennis I regularly listen to the originally named Tennis podcast. During grand slams it’s a helpful listen as they cover them daily.

Hopefully that’s a useful list that’ll keep you busy for a while, but I’d love to hear your thoughts on any other podcasts you’ve found useful for your own betting and research. Our email is clients@thebetchat.com.

Risky Bitcoin – Scammy Scams (Part 2)

Kash here.

In Part 1 of Risky Bitcoin we covered staying safe with crypto wallets and exchanges.

Don’t worry if you missed it, you can still check it out here.

In Part 2, which is what you’re reading right now, we’re going to dive head first (but safely) into crypto scams.

Or, as I like to call them, “scammy scams” because they’re so evil they’re worth calling out twice.

We’ll be covering…

🥸 Fake ICOs (and other fake crypto projects)

🎣 Phishing

⛽ Pump and dumps (Wolves of Crypto Street)

😇 Social engineering

Let’s get stuck in with a quick overview of these hucksters…

👺 Scammy Scams 👺

If you dabbled in the crypto space back in the 2017 bull market days, you’ll likely have come across a few scams. Back then, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) were the big thing, and amongst the legitimate new coins being created there were A LOT of pyramid schemes and just downright dodgy projects.

That’s part of the reason some pundits still label the entire sector as a scam, but I think with banks like JPMorgan saying they’ll “have to be involved” with Bitcoin and Tesla buying up $1.5 billion’s worth, that image is fast changing.

But, that doesn’t mean there aren’t still scams out there, because there definitely are. A report by Chainanalysis revealed $2.6 billion was lost to scams in 2020, although this is much smaller than 2019’s $4.3 billion, which is a positive trend!

Let’s look at some different types of scams and tips for staying safe from each of them…

🥸 Fake ICOs (and other fake crypto projects) 🥸

What is it?

This was huge in 2017 and 1018. An Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is when a company creates a new cryptocurrency and either gives away or sells it to a limited number of “early adopters” before it hits the wider market.

It’s like Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) in finance, where people get to invest in a company before it hits the stock market. Except, because ICOs are largely unregulated, they’ve been a minefield full of fake crypto projects taking people’s money… and then disappearing.

In fact, a research study in 2018 found…

 “78% projects were identified as scams, collectively valued at $1.3 billion”

The good news is Facebook banned advertising ICOs back in 2018 and some countries, like China, have outright banned them too, so regulation is catching up.

How do I stay safe?

🔒 Invest in cryptos that have been audited by third parties (check audits here)

🔒 Don’t invest in crypto projects that are at “the idea” stage, with no minimum viable product (MVP)

🔒 Only invest through established exchanges that audit the coins they allow on their platform (until you’re more familiar with the ecosystem)

🎣 Phishing 🎣

What is it?

This is a proper old school scam, reimagined slightly for crypto. A nefarious scammer will contact you, usually via email or text, and try to trick you into handing over passwords or other personal information so they can steal your crypto.

Here’s an example where the scammer asks you to verify your login details for “an upgrade” to the service, but it’s a link to a fake site where they’ll collect your information…

Another variant is to say get you to send them money to “invest into Bitcoin” and they’ll do all the work for you, obviously never to be heard from again.

These scams are like the classic “Nigerian Prince” email scams, where a so-called member of foreign royalty asks you to send them money so they can send you more back… what a deal!

Bottom line, if you receive a message that sounds too good to be true… it’s probably a scam like this!

How do I stay safe?

🔒 Use a “throwaway” email address for signing up to crypto projects you’re unsure about

🔒 Visit the services website directly rather than following the link in the email (most legitimate projects won’t ask you to verify details with a link in an email)

🔒 Contact a member of the project via the website to check (even if there’s a delay it’s worth waiting to make sure)

🔒 Don’t send crypto (or any money) to a random person with the hope of getting more back!

⛽ Pump and dumps (Wolves of Crypto Street) ⛽

What is it?

Have you seen the movie Wolf of Wall Street? Leonardo DeCaprio portrays Jordan Belfort, a Wall Street fund manager who was “the master” at pump and dump schemes.

He would trick unsuspecting customers to invest in tiny illiquid stocks, sending the price soaring, before his firm cashed out for a profit, leaving his customers to catch a falling knife. He was finally put in jail for defrauding his customers out of $200 million … and now he sells courses on marketing?? What a world.

Anyway, pump and dump schemes are rife in the crypto world, mostly via social media sites like Facebook or Twitter. Like Belfort, these Wolves of Crypto Street will talk up a tiny illiquid crypto as the next big thing… only to cash out when they’ve made a big profit at everyone else’s expense.

Here’s what a pump and dump looks like on a stock chart…

Sure, it’s great for the guys running the gig, who get in while it’s going up… but what about everyone else who’s left with the losses on that ski slope downwards afterwards? Yuck! Horrible, unfair stuff.

How do I stay safe?

🔒 Do your research on long-term crypto investments, not what’s being tweeted the most

🔒 Don’t invest in crypto projects that are at “the idea” stage, with no minimum viable product (MVP)

🔒 Only invest through established exchanges that audit the coins they allow on their platform (until you’re more familiar with the ecosystem)

🔒 Don’t listen to people who get put in jail for fraud and then sell marketing courses!

😇 Social engineering 😇

Not every hacker comes armed with a computer that can tap into the matrix… sometimes they just have the ability to charm the pants off of you, along with the wallet in those pants.

“Social engineering” is when the evildoers of the world manipulate others to either get hold of sensitive information they can benefit from, or ask for money or crypto directly.

It’s like a “more charming” version of phishing, or as CoinDesk puts it…

“They take advantage of human fallibility rather than code vulnerability.”

For example, 17-year-old Graham Clark manipulated Twitter employees to give him access to 130 prominent Twitter accounts, including those of Barack Obama, Bill Gates, Kim Kardashian, and Elon Musk…

Then he posted messages to their followers asking for bitcoin, like this…

(Yer… don’t send any money to that address!)

All together, Graham scammed people out of about $140,000 worth of crypto. And, courtesy of the US justice system, he’s now facing 20 years in prison… that sounds fun!

But there’s plenty more people doing this on a smaller scale out there. And they’re not getting the scrutiny of regulators because they’re not taking over famous people’s accounts.

So, until the legal system catches up, it’s best to take a few of your own steps to protect yourself against this kind of stuff.

How do I stay safe?

🔒 Don’t send crypto (or any money) to a random person with the hope of getting more back!

🔒 Only buy and sell crypto through established exchanges until you understand the crypto ecosystem better

🔒 Then (when you’re ready) move your crypto to a hardware wallet, so no company’s support team can accidentally give out your account details (looking at you Twitter)

🔒 Use different passwords for your social media accounts, so if someone breaks into one they don’t have access to all of them (password managers can help massively with this)

🔒 Use a different email for your crypto logins vs your social media logins, so if someone compromises your social media they can’t access your crypto-related accounts

There we go…

Now you know how to avoid scammy scammers and their dastardly crypto schemes.

As always, if you have any questions about crypto scams, or anything else crypto related…

Simply email your questions to clients@thebetchat.com, and I’ll make sure I cover them in the days and weeks to come.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Risky Bitcoin – Crypto Wallets (Part 1)

Kash here.

I recently received this question from Bet Chat reader Ron…

“I would like to know more about [cryptocurrency] security. Not that ‘It can go down as well as up’, but what measures are in place to stop an investor’s money being accessed or stolen.”

I answered this question in the recent Q&A call, but I wanted to give a more in-depth overview on crypto risks because this is a very important topic.

You see, while crypto is outperforming every other asset class in 2020 and 2021…

(Bitcoin is the brown line below…)

Those returns don’t come without some caveats.

So, in Part 1 of “Risky Bitcoin” (what you’re reading right now), we’re going to cover…

🔨 Hardware wallets

🍦 Software wallets

💬 Social wallets

🤝 And keeping your money on crypto exchanges

Let’s get stuck into this risky business…

👛 Crypto wallets 👛

Crypto wallets are for, you guessed it… storing crypto! Generally speaking, they work like the banged up old leather wallet you keep your good old British pounds in, except they have some extra security “layers” to keep your crypto safe.

In fact, pick the right wallet and it’s more like carrying around an impenetrable vault in your pocket, on something as small as a USB stick or even your smartphone.

There are four main ways to store crypto: hardware wallets, software wallets, social wallets, or keeping your money on crypto exchanges.

Here are the pros and cons of each…

🔨 Hardware wallets 🔨

What is it?

A crypto hardware wallet is a physical device for storing your crypto. It looks a lot like a USB stick, like this Ledger Nano S wallet…

Each crypto wallet has a private key, and a public key. The public key is the one you give to other people so they can pay you (like your bank account number). And the private key is only for you to know, so you can access your crypto coins.

Every hardware wallet comes with a recovery seed phrase. This is a string of numbers and letters that will allow you to recover your crypto if you lose the physical device.

What are the benefits?

👍 Uses the most secure cryptography on the planet

👍 Small and easy to store

👍 Can set to require physical button presses for every transaction (very safe)

👍 Can store most major cryptos

What are the risks?

👎 You forget your recovery seed phrase (customer support can’t help here)

👎 You reveal your recovery seed or private key to someone else

👎 The wallet is tampered with before you receive it (generally only a risk with low quality suppliers)

How do I stay safe?

🔒 Write down your seed phrase keep it somewhere safe

🔒 Never reveal your private key or seed phrase to anyone else

🔒 Buy your hardware wallet direct from the manufacturer, or a trusted supplier (like Amazon)

What do you recommend?

🥇 #1: Ledger Nano S… £54

🥈 #2: Trezor One… £52

🥉 #3: Yubico 5 NFC… £47

🍦 Software wallets 🍦

What is it?

A software wallet is a digital crypto wallet, usually packaged as a plugin for your browser, or an app for your mobile phone. They’re required for storing some types of crypto. For example, DeFi coins on the Ethereum platform.

This is what the phone app for the popular Ethereum wallet MetaMask looks like…

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Like hardware wallets, software wallets have a public key and a private key, and usually a seed phrase too (unless they’re using the new “social guardian” security – see the next section on “Social Wallets”).

What are the benefits?

👍 Can’t lose it because it’s not physical like a hardware wallet (although you can still lose your recovery seed phrase)

👍 Use with niche cryptos on platforms like Ethereum (this includes DeFi cryptos, which is the current best performing sector)

👍 Easy to manage as it’s just like any other app on your phone, or plugin in your browser

👍 Still uses the most secure cryptography on the planet

What are the risks?

👎 You forget your recovery seed phrase (customer support can’t help here)

👎 You reveal your recovery seed or private key to someone else

👎 Less secure than a hardware wallet (unless you pair it with your hardware wallet)

👎 More vulnerable to browser based scams and hacks

How do I stay safe?

🔒 Write down your seed phrase keep it somewhere safe

🔒 Never reveal your private key or seed phrase to anyone else

🔒 Only connect your software wallet to legit crypto exchanges and services (do some research first)

🔒 Pair your software wallet with a hardware wallet

What do you recommend?

🥇 #1: MetaMask… FREE

🥈 #2: Trust Wallet… FREE

🥉 #3: MyEtherWallet… FREE

💬 Social wallets 💬

What is it?

This is a new innovation in the crypto wallet world. Instead of having to write down and keep safe a recovery seed phrase, like with most software and hardware wallets, you instead rely on people you trust to keep your wallet safe.

Known as “guardians”, they can be family, friends, workmates, bosses, even other crypto wallets.

The idea is that you pick three or more guardians and then if someone hacks your crypto wallet and, for example, tries to steal all your crypto, the majority of your guardians (so a minimum of two out of three) would have to sign off on it.

Your guardians can message, ring, meet you in person, send a pigeon, anything you like, to make sure it’s you. And if you forget your wallet security details it’s the exact same process. Simply contact your guardians and collectively they can recover your account for you.

What are the benefits?

👍 Don’t have to store a recovery seed phrase somewhere, which you might lose

👍 Good way to get your friends and family into crypto too, then you can all help keep each other’s crypto safe

👍 Easy to use smartphone apps (and some with browser plugins and web access too)

👍 Potentially less risks than other types of crypto wallets (although it’s still early days for this relatively new idea)

👍 Access to niche cryptos (like DeFi cryptos on the Ethereum platform)

What are the risks?

👎 Can be a bit more complex to set up (although this should get better over time)

👍 Currently your guardians need to have a crypto wallet too (although it doesn’t need to be the same brand)

👍 If the majority of your guardians gang up on you, they could steal your crypto (so pick people carefully, and maybe don’t tell them who your other guardians are)

How do I stay safe?

🔒 Pick guardians from different social circles who don’t know each other

🔒 Pick guardians you trust!

🔒 Arrange for your guardians to contact you directly if they’re alerted to any funny business on your account

🔒 Use the built in “delays” some social wallets offer, giving you time to check with your guardians

What do you recommend?

🥇 #1: Argent… FREE

🥈 #2: Loopring… FREE

🥉 #3: Still waiting for newcomers in this space!

🤝 Crypto exchanges 🤝

What is it?

These are centralised privately owned websites where you can buy and sell cryptos with the British pound. If you own some crypto already, you probably use an exchange as they’re currently the most popular, and easiest, way to buy crypto.

Storing money on an exchange doesn’t really count as storing it in a crypto wallet (although some exchanges do offer their own wallets, but the alternatives listed earlier are generally better). If you do this, it’s like holding your money with any other privately owned company. And comes with the same risks (see below).

What are the benefits?

👍 Super duper simple to set up and use (takes about 10 minutes)

👍 Buy cryptos with the British pound (and many other national currencies)

👍 Very quick to buy and sell cryptos

👍 Easily swap cryptos into other cryptos

👍 Customer support for everything to do with the platform (they can’t help you if you lose your recovery seed phrase for your crypto wallet)

👍 Most exchanges curate the cryptos they list, so there’s a decent “standard” to the ones you can buy

What are the risks?

👎 Vulnerable to account scams and hacks (like your email account or any other online account)

👎 Have to show official ID, like passport or driving license, which could be a problem if you’re a intergalactic super villain

👎 Some newer or more exotic cryptos are unavailable (although overtime they can get added)

👎 If the company running the exchange gets hacked and loses your crypto it’s likely you won’t get reimbursed (and there’s no government safety net like with bank accounts)

👎 Potentially high fees depending on which exchange you pick

How do I stay safe?

🔒 Only keep small amounts of crypto on exchanges

🔒 Only store larger amounts for short periods of time (send them to a more secure wallet as soon as you can)

🔒 Stick to popular exchanges and avoid ones that aren’t established or have low trading volumes (see below for recommendations)

🔒 Get any long term crypto holds off the exchanges and into a more secure wallet ASAP

What do you recommend?

🥇 #1: Coinbase… fees info

🥈 #2: Binance… fees info

🥉 #3: Kraken… fees info

Well, there you have it…

Crypto wallets demystified. Hopefully, anyway!

As always, if you have any questions about crypto wallets, exchanges, or anything else crypto related…

Simply email your questions to clients@thebetchat.com, and I’ll make sure I cover them in the days and weeks to come.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.