Working with online money

Finding order in the chaotic online world


The Internet is endless. While you can browse it’s contents all day, more and more content is added by countless people, and already accessible contents also change – you can never reach the end of information, stories and junk.

Online money isn’t a new concept, and cryptocurrencies are also here for some time now. There are countless services that let you mine, sell or buy crypto, but after your (computer’s) hard mined coins are at your hands (or rather in your crypto wallet), you may want to turn it in for conventional money you can buy goods for. You can go to crypto stocks, and try your luck with the ever-changing rates, but that will be covered in another post. For now, let’s assume that you just want to turn your crypto into money that you can transfer to your bank account, but how? There are many exchanges out there, where you can turn your crypto (or other online currency) to another, yet it would be a good thing if there would be a place you can compare the rates of different sites, wouldn’t it? And of course there are such sites, the most popular is, You can find many verified exchangers there, compare their rates and policies on transactions, and decide which is the best for you.

Most if not all of the exchanges accept transactions between online payment systems too. There will be a fee, but nothing is free these days.

One important piece of advise: always check any site that you plan to give money to, before trusting them with your money. Search for some reviews and opinions on them. On the other side, don’t judge from one bad review alone, that can be an exception; search for more opinions. You can do so on the site mentioned.