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How to “Do Your Own Research”

A Beginner’s Guide to Good Data Sources in Crypto

You may often hear the phrase “Do your own research,” or #DYOR, when cryptocurrency is being discussed. It is often said by an influencer on social media after they promote a cryptocurrency to limit their legal liability if things go wrong.

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Alexandre Lores

Alexandre Lores

Founder of thelatestblock.com. Director of Blockchain Markets Research for Quantum Economics. Writing about all things Bitcoin, crypto, NFTs and fintech

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