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27 January 2020
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    2 years ago

    Everything you Need to Know About Ripple

    Ripple is a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin and was founded in 2012 as succeeding duplication of Ripplepay. Ripple performs various functions from being a currency exchange, a remittance network and a …

  • Basics
    2 years ago

    Proof of Burn

    Proof of burn (PoB) is a method used by cryptocurrencies for distributed consensus as an alternative to Proof of Work and Proof of Stake. The concept behind Proof of burn …

  • Basics
    2 years ago

    5 Popular Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallets

    Hardware wallets are an essential part of safely storing some of your cryptocurrencies. At the moment digital currencies, especially bitcoins are growing in value very fast and there is a …

  • Basics
    2 years ago

    How to Determine your Token’s type – 4 Different Views

    Over the last few months the cryptocurrency space has been red hot. While Bitcoin takes a huge portion of media attention (especially given current all-time highs), the ICO market has …

  • Basics
    2 years ago

    Defining the 3 Token Types

    The debate on what words apply with regards to tokens: their definitions and their potential legal ramifications, still rages on. And, unfortunately, it doesn’t feel much nearer to resolution for …

  • Basics
    2 years ago

    What Happens to your Cryptocurrency Investments After you die?

    The unexpected death of a young man in Colorado USA, left behind grief and a puzzling question on how to gain access to his bitcoin investments given the security involved. …

  • Basics
    2 years ago

    What Drives the Value of Cryptocurrencies?

    Portfolio managers seek investments that promise high returns and for the past few years, cryptocurrencies have demonstrated this better than other assets such as U.S equities, U.S. bonds, gold, U.S. …

  • Basics
    2 years ago

    What is a 51% Attack?

    Bitcoin is secured by having all miners who are processing transactions on a network agree to a shared record called the blockchain. A 51% attack is an attack that is …

  • Basics
    2 years ago

    A Guide for Beginners: Is Bitcoin Anonymous

    Bitcoin veterans know that their transactions are not anonymous. However, new users may need a primer on how they can reclaim their privacy. Bitcoin transaction basics: Inputs and Outputs Bitcoin …

  • Basics
    2 years ago

    Protect your Privacy with Bitcoin

    Bitcoin is mistakenly considered to be an anonymous payment option. The truth is, Bitcoin is the most straightforward payment option in the world. Meanwhile, it can also provide decent privacy …

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