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  • Getting into tech: Overview

    Getting into tech: Overview

    The tech industry can be a challenging field, with a multitude of daily responsibilities to manage. Often, those outside the industry observe tech professionals sitting in front of their screens for 7-8 hours per day, five days a week, without fully understanding the nature of their work, which is characterized by complex code and black … Read moreGetting into tech: Overview

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  • Safeguarding Your Online Presence: The Imperative of Cybersecurity

    Safeguarding Your Online Presence: The Imperative of Cybersecurity

    In today’s digital age, where our lives are intricately woven into the fabric of the internet, ensuring robust online security has never been more crucial. From personal data breaches to financial scams, the virtual realm is rife with threats that can compromise our privacy, finances, and even our identities. Understanding these risks and adopting proactive … Read moreSafeguarding Your Online Presence: The Imperative of Cybersecurity

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  • Crypto/Blockchain Conferences for 2023 and 2024

    Crypto/Blockchain Conferences for 2023 and 2024

    As the cryptocurrency industry continues to grow and evolve, the demand for informative and insightful conferences remains high. These events bring together industry experts, investors, and enthusiasts to discuss the latest trends, technologies, and regulatory developments in the blockchain space. Here is a list of some of the top crypto conferences scheduled for 2023 and … Read moreCrypto/Blockchain Conferences for 2023 and 2024

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  • Getting into tech: Learning how to write codes

    Getting into tech: Learning how to write codes

    I searched for job opportunities online and came across a small company seeking an entry-level developer who was eager to learn to code. I felt that this could be the chance I had been waiting for and applied right away. Luckily, I received an interview invitation. Their office was quite small, about 20sqm, with open … Read moreGetting into tech: Learning how to write codes

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Personal Picks

Here are a few gadgets that I personally enjoy and find useful, which others might also appreciate!

YubiKey 5C NFC 
Your physical key for an added layer of security to your online accounts

Synology DiskStation DS423+
Own your data with an easy NAS setup for your home server.

I have faith in the future of crypto and blockchain. However, for those unfamiliar with this emerging technology, navigating the space can be daunting. To simplify the process and prevent potential financial losses, I’ve compiled a list of tools that I personally find valuable. I hope you find them as helpful as I do!

I like to buy and sell coins in Binance due to it’s low fees. Just a cavaeat though, their UI is a little complicated.

Keeping track of your coins become harder overtime. Coinstats makes it easy to track them.

For my Australian friends who don’t want the complicated stuff in Binance, Coinspot is the way to go.

For charting and technical analysis, I like to use Tradingview. It’s easy to use and it’s free!

Ledger Wallet
Secure your cryptos and avoid the risk of lossing them from centralized exchanges by utilising a Cold wallet such as Ledger.