Gnosis (GNO) - All you need to know

Learn all about Gnosis coin. This page is a hub for everything you need to know about GNO, listing the different methods you can use to invest and links to introductory guides.
Updated: Jan 31, 2022

Ways to invest in Gnosis

First and foremost, you need to be aware that when investing in Gnosis, you need to sign up to either a cryptocurrency exchange or online broker. Essentially, these are platforms that allow you to buy, sell, and trade Gnosis, and there are pros and cons to both services. 

When it comes to your central Gnosis investing strategy, there are plenty of different options, including short-term trading, using CFDs, and even using ETFs. We have listed the top methods below along with links to useful, relevant information.

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What is Gnosis?

Gnosis was founded in 2015 and is a decentralised platform for making predictions, meaning it can be used to bet on the outcome of various events including stock values, elections and sports events. The GNO token is the primary cryptocurrency used on the Gnosis platform.

Gnosis currently has a circulating supply of just over one million coins and a fixed supply of ten million coins. 

How does Gnosis work?

Gnosis came about when two college friends, Martin Köppelmann and Stefan George, had an idea for a decentralized prediction market. Prediction markets are markets created for the purpose of betting on the outcome of events. 

Most prediction markets operate through a central authority that creates the markets itself, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it can leave them vulnerable. For that reason, Gnosis is decentralised and offers users the chance to create a market themselves and link it to an event. Once the market is established, users can then bet on the event through that market.

How to invest in Gnosis

There are numerous options available, and we have listed the top ones below. Make sure you understand each method before getting involved. If at any time you need more information, click on a relevant link to be redirected to an informative page. 

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