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Crypto Security Guide
Learn the importance of securing your accounts with two-factor authentication and why it’s safer to use a 2FA application on your phone instead of a phone number.
What is a YubiKey?
Yubikey is a two-factor authentication solution that, when used together with strong security practices, can enhance safety.
Staying true to our mission to bring crypto to everyone, Kraken CEO Jesse Powell explains it all in our new video series: Crypto 101.
Why is Bitcoin So Volatile?
Buying on the hype train? Afraid of the bubble bursting? Kraken CEO Jesse Powell, has some insights as to why the newest form of currency on the planet has so many "ups and downs."
What If You Lose Bitcoin?
From searching landfills to recover lost hard drives to undergoing hypnosis to remember private keys, people have done some crazy things to access their Bitcoin.
Take your learning to the next level with webinars featuring crypto-experts.
The $425 Million Bitcoin Bet – Dan Held & Michael Saylor
Bitcoin for Business
Lead Bitcoin Strategist Pierre Rochard will host a panel discussion highlighting the benefits of Bitcoin payments and how you can accept them in a way that gives you true monetary freedom.
DeFi-ing Expectations: The Future of Ethereum
Kraken Editor-At-Large Pete Rizzo leads an all-star panel designed to introduce clients to the DeFi opportunity, diving deep into the challenges it’s seeking to solve and exploring how traders and investors might position accordingly.
Welcome to the Kraken Futures "Introduction to Crypto Futures" series! The goal of this series is to share a simple introduction to the key concepts of trading crypto futures.
An order book is the of buy and sell orders for a particular asset. Market orders execute a trade immediately, where Limit orders execute at a specific price.
Margin is the funds you have designated as available for trading. Margin is always individualised to the asset you are trading. Notional position size is the total position size (long or short). Margin x Leverage = Notional position size.
Margin & Leverage: Changes in Price
Trading with leverage will magnify your trading gains and losses. As your position gains profit, your margin will increase, and your leverage will drop. As your position makes a loss, your margin will decrease, and your leverage will increase.