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Whether you are new to cryptocurrencies or not it is important to safeguard your savings. When buying cryptocurrencies you typically go through an exchange such as Coinbase, Binance or Bittrex. An exchange is fine for buying and selling but if you plan to keep cryptocurrency for a long time it would be much safer to store it on a hardware wallet such as the Ledger Nano S or the Trezor. I wanted to write this article to outline some of the things that any user should be aware of.
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Earlier today I wrote a quick tutorial on how to use golang to track STEEM or any cryptocurrency for that matter. You can find the post on my Steemit account @tenghamn on steemit here https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@tenghamn/how-to-make-a-simple-go-program-to-track-the-price-of-steem-via-an-api
The current script is pretty simple and I plan to expand on it to make a tool that will allow you to track any cryptocurrencies along with a gained or lost amount or percentage based on at what price and how much you purchased these coins for.
You can find the entire script on github here: https://github.com/markustenghamn/golang-steem-cryptotracker