Heads up: Centurion Invest’s token’s public sale is live

Centurion Invest is a crypto exchange that combines a traditional wallet with the features of an exchange, including ETFs, stock trading and of course crypto trading.


After signing in (there’s a 1,000 CIX bonus), you can bake your own cake or you can subscribe to one of the pre-cooked programmes, depending on how much funds you can, or want to, allocate: baby shark, shark and whale.


They also have a Visa card that gives you the various perks you expect in the crypto world, including loyalty programmes and cashback. I have been using the platform for a few days now, after discovering it at the Tomorrow Conference in Belgrade a little over a week ago, but I’ve yet to order the card.


I’ve had the opportunity to talk to the founder at the conference and the project is intriguing. Plus, I’ve got around 50+ crypto-related apps on my phone. So one more can’t hurt.


CIX is the platform’s native token (ERC-20) and it is currently worth around $0.02 with a total supply of 2,400,000,000. The public sale goes live tomorrow, May 25th.



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Alfa Romeo F1 team just signed a massive deal with Vauld, a Singapore-based crypto firm

F1 cars are becoming posters and banners for crypto companies, which is hardly surprising because many crypto exchanges and platforms out there have got plenty of cash and are 100% invested in growing their customer base. Alfa Romeo – officially known as ‘Alfa Romeo F1 Team Orlen’ is the latest team to join the crypto frenzy after Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull, signing a deal with a crypto exchange called VAULD.


Based out of Singapore (just like Bybit, which recently finalised a $150 mln deal with Red Bull F1, ed.), Vauld was founded in 2018 and it allows you to store, buy, lend, borrow and trade cryptos.


Their rates are competitive but not spectacular, the APY on Bitcoin, for example, is 6.70%, while stablecoins such as DAI, USDT, TUSD and USDP guarantee an APY of 12.68%. The platform also allows trading and borrowing (up to an LTV of 66.67%).


Alfa Romeo F1 Team Principal Frédéric Vasseur said that “the world of cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technologies are huge markets with a technical complexity that makes them particularly interesting”, and his words were echoed by Darshan Bathija, CEO and Co-founder of Vauld, who added: “Our mission is to accelerate the transition to decentralised money and we’re glad to join forces because it’s a massive step in that direction.”


I agree. And might I add, we faster we get there, the better.



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Exchange vs Wallet: PROs and CONs

I gotta be honest with y’all, the ‘not your keys, not your coins’ mantra is absolutely important. It’s useful. You must know that, you must remember that. But if you’re new to crypto, and I’m assuming the goal we want to achieve is to get as many people on board as possible, exchanges are much better because they’re faster (in terms of user experience, not in terms of transaction speed), and easier to use. I thought it would be interesting to put together a list of PROs and CONs about Exchanges and Wallets, and list the major differences.


Exchange: PROs


The biggest advantage of an exchange is that it is user-friendly and much better if you’re new to crypto. There’s no doubt. Ask anyone that’s never owned or dealt with crypto before to download Metamask and they’ll be like ‘what the heck is that?’, ask them to download Coinbase and they’ll be like, “okay, it seems easy enough.”


Another major advantage is that exchanges generally allow you to convert between coins and tokens that operate on different blockchains, that’s because these transactions happen off-chain. Imagine having to transfer ETH from Exchange A to Exchange B, it’d cost so much in fees and it’d be relatively slow. Whereas if you convert that ETH into, say, Algorand, (provided both Exchanges support Algorand of course) before you send it the transaction will be instantaneous, and basically free, and 30 seconds later you can convert it back to ETH on the new exchange you send funds to. The third advantage I can think of is that you can easily top up and withdraw funds from your account. You can do that with wallets as well, but it’s usually a bit more complicated.


Exchange: CONs


The main issue with exchanges is that it is, technically speaking, true: you don’t own your coins. The exchange can be hacked, it can go bankrupt, etc. Obviously, this is a much bigger risk if you’re dealing with a dodgy exchange, whereas major exchanges such as Coinbase or Binance are usually well preotected and provided you use a complex password, 2FA, etc, your funds should be safe. But it is true, they’re not technically yours, and they’re not theoretically 100% safe.


The second most important disadvantage I can think of is that exchanges do not, generally speaking, provide true DeFi services. Most exchanges provide some form of ‘Earn’ products and some even allow you to stake, but it’s not 100% decentralised.


Wallets: PROs


The biggest advantage with wallets, by far, is security. If you can learn your seedphrase by heart, it is virtually impossible for anyone to gain access to your wallet. There’s no way anyone can ever do that, short of forcing you to give up your keys (ie, by force), it just can’t be done.


Another major advantage is that with wallets your financial experience is truly decentralised, allowing you full access, and control, over your funds and the things you can do with them.


Wallets: CONs


I can think of two major drawbacks. One, and this is quite obvious, if you lose your private keys and seedphrase, no one can help you. It’s important to understand this because I know that most people on this website already know this, but newcomers generally don’t, and it takes some time to process the information. And then two, should you choose to cash out and withdraw your funds, for any reason, there’s no doubt that is much easier to achieve with exchanges, some even offer debit cards, whereas you can’t really do that with wallets.


Do you normally use wallets or exchanges? I use both. If there’s anything you wanna add to the list, do let me know in the comments. Thank you.



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What is the best crypto exchange, in your opinion?

I know some crypto enthusiasts/crypto geeks have a downer on exchanges, and I see why. “Not your keys, not your coins”. That’s true. It is also true that wallets are more complicated to handle and hardware wallets are even more complex. Plus, an exchange give you flexibility in case you wanna buy/sell coins faster.


Ordinarily, I’d go ahead and tell you I use this or that exchange and overtly embed referral links – not a crime, we’ve all been there – but since I’m only genuinely interested in learning more about it, I won’t. I’m just gonna ask, which specific exchange(s) do you normally use?


I use Wirex, because that’s the one I started with; Coinbase, because in my opinion it is super easy to use and user-friendly and Binance, because it’s a good compromise between an easy-to-use, no-nonsense exchange, and a platform that gives you access to other things such as staking.


What do you think?


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