The CryptoCheck Community
The CryptoCheck community started as an idea to create a community where people could learn, trade and constantly interact with each other, exchanging as much information as possible and as a result, benefiting from it.
Trading should be simple and efficient. We want everyone in our community to learn and understand this.
We strive to provide direct, honest information. We want to tell you when things are bad but also when things look up.
Our community consists of private Facebook, Telegram and Discord Groups where you will see a consistent amount of good information, trade recommendations and learning material.
Michael Ganea, idea man
"The potential behind Blockchain is enormous! Don`t get left out."
Medelinne Gheorghe, public relations
"Knowledge is power. Let us all learn."
The brain behind CyrptoCheck. Michael had the initial idea of building a community of crypto enthusiasts where everyone can learn from each other and where quality educational material would circulate freely.
The contact builder. Connected in the chip manufacturing sector.
Medelinne uses her personal charm to spread information about the crypto space. She wants everybody to learn with a smile on their faces.
Martin Bradley, professional trader
"Crypto is lifechanging. Invest wisely"
Razvan Tudose, experienced trader
"Experience matters! Think, then trade."
The veteran trader. Marty uses his 15 years of trading experience to help the community understand how markets react and behave. Look out for his catchy voice in the educational materials he often posts.
The experienced trader. With over 10 years of experience, Razvan is one of those guys that has a strict trading policy and takes into account the whole macro context.
George Price, communications manager
“cryptocheck is about finding the brightest minds in trading and creating a community around them for people of all skill and income levels to benefit”
Marketing and advertising. With over 5 years experience in the field, George has built out two brands. He believes that education happens best when there is a strong sense of belonging.