Question / Discussion Which app to start for building a longterm Crypto portfolio?

Poor Man's Pizza

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or is there no such thing as a long term thing in this space?
Please don't bombard me with referral codes, first I need to understand the options available.
I'd like to invest initially £100 and also utilize the free virtual "monopoly money" they give you to practise with risk free. Are there are newbie guides that arent sponsered or plastered with referral codes, so you can actually evaluate the offerings from a neutral positon. Do i need CoinBase? ETorro. Wallets. I am new to trading and totally Virgin Crypto guy.
 

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I do quite like eToro. The interface is easy to understand. They've been around for ages and you can trade in their app and store crypto in their wallet if you want to stake. They also seem to deal in the reputable coins more than some of the alternatives.
 

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I'd highly recommend Coinbase Pro. You need to signup to Coinbase first then download the Pro app.

Low fees (which get lower the more you buy/sell), quick execution, a wide range of crypto and easy to use App.
 

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I've been using Coinbase. It's easy to use and I'm relatively confident my money is safe with them.
BUT - they often don't have many of the more emergent coins on their platform which means it's harder to get the ridiculous jumps that some early coin adopters have gotten.
2 examples come to mind here for me - Dogecoin and Shiba Inu both got added after they started spiking. My son specifically asked me to buy him some Doge earlier this year and i couldnt so missed out on the recent huge jump it had.
 

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