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Victor Tan

Marketing at Crypto.com

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Marketing at Crypto.com

Victor Tan

Marketing at Crypto.com

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Singapore Saving Bonds (SSB)

Investments

Stocks Discussion

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 4w ago
SSB is has virtually no risk as it is backed by the government. It is part of my overall investment portfolio as low risk asset. I think SSB is sometimes preferred over fixed deposits - three factors to consider - interest rate for the month, duration (SSB can take out anytime) and min amount. Seedly has an article on this: https://blog.seedly.sg/fixed-deposits-or-ssb/
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Cryptocurrency

MCO Visa Card

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 4w ago
Hi there! User cryptocurrencies with Crypto.com go into cold storage. (offline) For more information: https://crypto.com/en/security.html Crypto.com has other financial products available, like Crypto Credit and Invest, having these other products in tandem enable us to offer interest under Crypto Earn. Staking can create upward pressure on the price of token due to the temporary reduction in the supply of crypto. For a comprehensive and technical read, check out Crypto.com university; https://crypto.com/en/university/article.html?category=cryptocurrency&page=crypto-assets-valuation
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Investments

Stocks Discussion

Apple

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 23 Feb 2020
Tradingview
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Entrepreneurship

Investments

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 18 Feb 2020
Have explored this topic (for fun) with a friend before! Based on quotes on aliexpress: Claw machines - ~$500 per machine. Soft toys - ~$5 per piece. Say 10 machines and 1000 toys to start with; $500 x 10 + $5 x 1000 = $10k Based on quotes from 99.co: Retail space in a mall to house machines - up to $5k/month. Assuming a lease of $30k for a 6-month lease and another $10k for working capital, your total initial capital would be somewhere around $50k.
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Cryptocurrency

MCO Visa Card

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 17 Feb 2020
To stake your MCO in Crypto Earn, you will need a minimum of 50 MCOs. The interest is issued on a weekly basis and is dependent on the duration that you stake your MCO with us, either 1-month, 3-month or on a flexible basis. For more information, refer to the table here: https://help.crypto.com/en/articles/2996965-crypto-earn-how-does-it-work
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MCO Visa Card

Cryptocurrency

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 17 Feb 2020
Crypto.com has other financial products avaliable, like Crypto Credit and Invest, having these other products in tandem enable us to offer interest under Crypto Earn.
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Cryptocurrency

MCO Visa Card

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Updated on 17 Feb 2020
All cryptocurrencies you store with crypto.com are put into cold storage. (Ledger Vault) Crypto.com has achieved multiple security standards including ISO27001:2013, PCI:DSS 3.2.1, Level 1 compliance and CCSS. For more information, refer to https://crypto.com/en/security.html
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Cryptocurrency

MCO Visa Card

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 17 Feb 2020
Definitely. The MCO Visa card effectively enables you to spend your cryptocurrencies with any merchant accepting Visa. On top of that, you'll get cashback on all your spending.
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Cryptocurrency

MCO Visa Card

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 17 Feb 2020
All cryptocurrencies you store with crypto.com are put into cold storage. (Ledger Vault) What this means is that your cryptocurrencies are stored offline. For more information, refer to https://crypto.com/en/security.html
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Entrepreneurship

Education

Victor Tan
Victor Tan, Marketing at Crypto.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 19 Dec 2019
Hi Kelly, I'm a (relatively) fresh grad here in a Crypto exchange startup. Gonna try to answer your question in 3 parts. 1. Being in a startup This will require you to learn fast and be comfortable with working in a role that requires you to be versatile and resourceful as there much less structure compared to a corporate. You also (probably) get paid less, but you make it up from employee benefits like casualwear and flexible work time and ESOP - as mentioned by Adrian (you get shares/tokens). #startuplyfe 2. The job role The second part is you didn't specify what job role you are looking for - is it tech or business? Regardless of which, you will probably need to have some experience in that function within the Fintech industry - https://blog.seedly.sg/singapore-fintech-landscape/. Myself, I was lucky to get an internship at a Fintech and I subsequently converted to full time. With my experience in my first job, I managed to get my current job. My advice if you're still a student is to do as many internships within the industry as you can. 3. Crypto Crypto is still in the adoption phase for sure and I personally think it's an exciting space to look out for. For me, I think it's about choosing the right company. Make sure you do all the research on the company before joining - the product, its users, the ICO and funding rounds - these will definitely help you in your decision making.
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