Let's make crypto easy for you.
Shall we?

(Obligatory: This is not financial advice)

1st, Convert your USD to Crypto

Easiest and Fastest

Make it easy to buy and hold.

Voyager App

My favorite app. Easy to use, low fees, PLUS you gain interest for keeping your coins there!


Click to to get free $25 when you spend $100 on Voyager


Referral code: MRLAEY


~~~ Important Note ~~~


To claim the reward you have to download voyager first and then after its downloaded, click this link above.

Crypto.com App

Quick and Easy, with some cool advanced features


Click to get free $25 when you Spend $100 on crypto.com


Referral code: f3g8b9xsv3


The easiest platform to use, but they take the most fees at about 5%.


Best Prices, but more Complex

More advanced exchanges


This is an exchange so you can set  limit buying and selling orders (advanced level trading)


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This is an exchange so you can set  limit buying and selling orders (advanced level trading)


Referral code: 18PHt

Click here for referral points.


Lower Fees than Coinbase.com

Not a ton of options in terms of trading.


Now that You have Crypto, you can hold it in a wallet to gain interest!

Celcius App

Best APR yield rates in the game!
App only. Smart and secure. 

You get $30 with my referral code: 1306649134

Download the iPhone app


Store your crypto here to gain interest. Keep your coins here too, for additional saftey

Click here to claim Ted’s BlockFi referral

Referral code: db3c8934

How to Move Crypto from one wallet to another:

1. Find the wallet address of the location where you want to move your crypto into. This is the receiving wallet. If you are receiving bitcoin make sure its your BTC wallet, if you are receiving Etherium, make sure its your ETH wallet. Copy this wallet address. It will look something like this: 3P37UfnNRFXFZjPFJypTFwTMN78U4EpEaH

2. Go to the wallet of the crypto that you are sending. Then click either “Withdraw” or “send” and it will ask you where you want to send your crypto. Paste the address of the wallet where you are sending to from step 1.

3. Confirm that both wallets are the same type of coin. Do any SMS or 2FA authentification for security and submit the transaction. 

4. Don’t panic. It should take up to ten minutes for your transaction to be verified int he public blockchain and then you will see the crypto in your receiving address. And done!


Ted's Forcast for Bitcoin

Below is the stock to flow model, presented by a Hedge Fund manager from Holland known as Plan B (B for bitcoin). Stock to flow is a common way to measure the value of something by the amount of stock it has versus the amount of flow it has (or utility). 

Bitcoin is one of the only currencies in the world that can you can’t print more of, because its a decentralized program that nobody controls. There is a finite amount of it. There will only ever be 21 million bitcoins to ever exist. This means that as time goes on, the bitcoins become more rare and the value goes up.

On top of the value going up because of its scarcity, the value goes up every 4 years when the reward for bitcoin mining it is cut in half. Ever since Bitcoin began in 2010 we see that historically after this “halvening event” bitcoin’s value goes up an average of 10x the following year. We can call this “Bitcoin’s Bull year.”

Currently we are in a bitcoin bull year, where the price of bitcoin is moving from $10k to $100k this year. 

It may blow way past $100k by the end of this year, and it may also pull back down to $60k by next year, but it could also go as high as $300k this year before it pulls back. 

By next year the fair value of Bitcoin may be between $105k and $120k per coin.

In 2025 it is predicted to go another 10x to $1.2 million dollars per coin. 

And $14 million per coin by 2029. By then I expect the US dollar could be hyper-inflated and worthless. 

The reason to own bitcoin is not just because bitcoin itself is going up, it’s because over the next decade (or even couple years) we may see a massive real estate, stock market and US currency bubble burst from all of the money we are printing, and if the US economy collapses, then scarce resources like bitcoin, gold and silver may be your best bet at keeping your wealth. 

One more thing: I hear some people new to finance say “it’s too expensive.” But that doesn’t matter. If bitcoin was ten cents and you bought $1000 of it and bitcoin went down to one cent then you would lose 90% of your money and be left with $100 from your $1000 investment. 

It’s not about the price, it’s about the percentage that it changes. You can still buy $1000 worth of bitcoin today (0.019 bitcoin), and in 5 years that $1000 could turn into $10,000, with you still having the same 0.019 of bitcoin that you bought today. 

We are currently at the tip of the green line. 

You have missed half the season, but there is still more room for growth. We know this because previous years the light green section was it’s highs, plus we are not yet at the high point of the grey line. 

As you can see, it’s predicted that bitcoin’s stock to flow fair value price will be $104,907 by May 13th 2021.

Intro to Bitcoin & Decentralized Finance

A deep dive into why bitcoin is the future of finance and economics. 

Want to know more?

I recently wrote the basics of what I think you should know into a google doc. This document is a draft that will soon be finished and published on this page with photos and videos. For now, you can read it by clicking the button below. You can also comment on it and suggest edits, because I wrote it in an hour and have not proof read it yet.

And Remember.

This is still a volatile market so trade at your own risk, think long term and try not to get too emotional. 

PS. I’m calling everything “crypto” on this page simply because it’s a popular word. 

It gets it’s name because the technology behind it is based on the SHA-256 cryptographic hash security protocol invented by US National Security in 2001. This is the same standard protocol used to protect your bank accounts and emails.

But really a better word for all of this “crypto” stuff is “decentralized finance” or DeFi for short.

Don't you dare send Ted Bitcoin

If you want to thank me with a 2 satoshi tip, then zap a fraction of your Bitcoin to my wallet address:

BTC Wallet:


Fun fact: If you knew the location and password to this bitcoin address than you could steal my bitcoin. 

But you don’t, so it’s perfectly safe for me to show you the address where I keep my bitcoin. 

That way you know where to pay me. 

It’s that simple.