Crypto trading is the process of investing and trading cryptocurrencies and tokens.
You invest in the cryptocurrencies and then sell the token or token’s contract.
For example, if you invest in bitcoin, you may trade the bitcoin contract for a cryptocurrency, like ether, to buy ether or other crypto.
The contract is then traded in a digital market for profit.
This is different from traditional trading, in which you buy a contract and sell it later.
Crypto trading differs from traditional stocks, in that the underlying tokens are held in digital wallets and not stored on physical physical servers.
This means the underlying cryptocurrencies are not held by a third party.
Instead, a cryptocurrency is held by the blockchain, which is a public ledger of all cryptocurrencies, and each contract has a record of who owns it.
The blockchain, or ‘cryptocurrency’, records the ownership of all contracts in a decentralized way.
The blockchain also records the market value of every contract in the cryptocurrency, which gives investors a sense of how much value a particular cryptocurrency is worth.