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Frequently asked questions

It is perfectly normal for the Ethereum price to fluctuate. The price is influenced by supply and demand, as is the case with all goods and assets traded on exchanges. Even wholesale prices of timber of barley fluctuate depending on the supply and demand on commidity exchanges.

The price of Ethereum is subject to constant fluctuations. Therefore, it is worth comparing Ethereum prices. You can also use Cryptoradar's price alert to get notified when Ethereum reaches your desired price.

When buying Ethereum, there are several factors you should pay attention to. First, you should compare the prices and fees of different providers. Second, the verification process on exchanges varies greatly and can take anywhere from a few minutes to several days. Thirdly, you should make sure that you can use your desired payment method. Last but not least, you should also read reviews to assess the security and service of different crypto exchanges.

Ethereum wants to become the world's super computer. Therefore, the Ethereum network primarily provides payments for digital services, such as computing power or storage space, rather than payments for consumer goods. Nevertheless, some online stores also offer Ethereum as a means of payment.

Ethereum (ETH) is a digital currency and a system that enables the creation, management, and execution of decentralized programs (DApps) through the use of blockchain. Read our guide on Ethereum to learn more about it.

The Ethereum price is a market price that is made up of supply and demand. If more people want to buy Ethereum than sell it, the price will increase. Supply and demand depend on a variety of factors, from technological developments to global political events.

Ethereum can be bought on P2P platforms as well as crypto exchanges.

Ethereum can be purchased on crypto exchanges on the Internet. To do so, you need to create an account with the exchange, verify your identity (usually by uploading a copy of your ID), and finally deposit money via bank transfer or credit card.

A crypto exchange (or cryptocurrency exchange) is a marketplace where buyers and sellers trade cryptocurrencies. Just like regular stock exchanges, a cryptocurrency exchange serves as a middleman who sets the market price at which an equal number of buyers and sellers can be found.

Is now a good time to buy Ethereum? Frankly, we don’t know. But there are several strategies when it comes to investing. One approach is to buy in when price slips. In the crypto community this strategy is known as "buying the dip" (BTD). Another strategy is dollar-cost averaging: investing a certain amount of money on a set schedule, say $100 every Monday morning. Dollar-cost averaging seeks to average out the lows and highs over time. No matter which strategy you choose, Cryptoradar’s price alerts help you to not miss a dip, and adhere to your investment schedule.

There are risks associated with any investment. Crypto markets are particularly volatile, with large upswings and downswings. Only invest as much as you can afford to lose. When it comes to choosing a crypto exchange, there are also a couple of thinks to be wary of. Before you can start trading, a crypto exchange will ask you to verify your identity. This is necessary because of anti-money-laundering laws. The verification process and time can differ significantly and take anywhere from minutes to weeks. All crypto exchanges charge a fee or a spread to finance their operations. Fees can differ significantly among exchanges, so make sure to get a good deal. Additionally, make sure that your preferred crypto exchange supports the payment methods of your choice, but be aware of any additional payment fees that may apply. Last but not least, if you’re new to crypto, make sure that your chosen platform is easy to use and has good customer support. This helps you avoid making costly mistakes.

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