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Crypto 101, Cryptocurrency For Beginners



yield farming

The Concept of Yield Farming

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What is Yield Farming? Yield Farming allows the owners of crypto to make more crypto. It's done by lending the funds to other users via smart contracts. In return the lending part receives rewards. Anyway, the process isn't as simple as it seems from the first sight. Actually, yield farmers need to...

defi

What is DeFi and why do we need it?

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The concept of DeFi DeFi is a big trend in blockchain technology nowadays and it’s moving upward and upward every month. Let’s see what is it all about and how we can use it? The appearance of smart contracts was a real sensation. This type of collecting money was considered to be the main...

Privacy coin

Top 5 privacy crypto coins

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At the beginning of the crypto market rise, many users believed that digital money automatically guaranteed anonymity. That is not true. At first, of course, few people knew which side to approach these cryptocurrencies. But over time, experts have learned to calculate users using blockchain...

Stellar

What is Stellar (XLM)?

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Stellar Lumens (XLM) is a fully decentralized consensus platform. It supports any currency and has a built-in decentralized exchange that can be used to trade any currency or asset. Briefly about XLM...

Uniswap

What is Uniswap platform?

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Uniswap is an exchange-like protocol that permits users securely interchange ERC20 tokens without having to apply the usual exchange order book model. Uniswap bundles tokens into specific smart contracts, creating liquidity pools within which other members can habituate. Anyone can exchange tokens,...

XRP

Is XRP decentralized?

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Ripple is a global system for cross-currency and gross payments created in 2012 by Ripple Labs. The main advantage of the network is that it allows mutual transfers anywhere in the world in just a few seconds. That makes Ripple an attractive choice for banks that rely on a real-time settlement...

Tron vs Ethereum

Tron vs Ethereum: which is better?

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In addition to TRON, there are other platforms with similar functionality to Ethereum - Cardano, Stellar, EOS, NEO, IOTA, etc. The developers of these networks believe that their platform has the potential to become the main infrastructure for decentralized applications and smart contracts. In this...

Market Capitalization

What is coin market cap?

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The capitalization of all cryptocurrencies is the total value of all coins at the moment. It is defined as the product of the number of tokens in circulation by the current price. If 100 coins of a specific currency have been released to the market, and each coin is currently worth $10, then the...

what is libra

What is Libra, Facebook's cryptocurrency?

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What is Libra? Libra is a cryptocurrency-based payment system. The project belongs to Facebook, which has been joined by another 27 companies (eBay, Uber, Booking.com, Vodafone, etc.). The Libra's rate will have to be determined on the basis of a currency basket of the dollar, euro, yen, and pound...

Ether EOS

EOS vs Ethereum: Smart contracts, consensus and awards

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Ethereum is the most popular platform for launching smart contracts. However, several years ago, the central network of EOS was launched - perhaps the strongest competitor to Ethereum. In this article, we are going to compare the strong and weak sides of these two networks. General...

what is bitcoin sv

What is Bitcoin SV (BSV)?

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What is Bitcoin SV BSV is a hard fork of Bitcoin Cash, which appeared on November 15, 2018. "SV" in the Bitcoin SV stands for “satoshi vision”. The development of the crypto coin was taken by Craig Wright. He addressed the scalability issue and increased the block size to 128 MB....

Bitcoin Cash

What is Bitcoin Cash?

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After the vote for the introduction of the SegWit2x protocol, in Summer 2017, the hard fork of the leading crypto was released. That is precisely how owners of Bitcoins become owners of Bitcoin Cash, and how the currency was made. This fork is the largest and loudest in the history of digital...

What is STO?

What is Security Token Offering (STO)?

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All about Security Token Offering Security Token Offering (STO) is a method of investing in blockchain projects. Investors are purchasing tokenized securities that are sold on crypto exchanges. As this public offering is related to securities, it’s evident that STOs are more regulated than ICOs,...

Types of crypto exchanges

All about Centralized and Decentralized crypto exchanges

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Crypto exchanges: everything you necessitate to know Crypto exchanges are online platforms that facilitate users to swap one type of digital asset to another. These platforms are operating just like regular real-life exchanges: the contrast is just in currencies you can trade. These platforms allow...

Security token

What is security token?

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Advanced people in the crypto environment surely have heard and know what security token is. But for newbies, it is often very tricky to get acquainted with so many terms and new concepts. We are here to make everything clear for the ones, who are making their first steps into the crypto universe....

Crypto exchanges that haven't been hacked

Which crypto exchanges have not been hacked?

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In plenty of crypto exchanges, some are proving they are worth trusting, and some are being easily hacked. I’m not going to suggest which one to choose and won't give any referral links. I just wanted to share with you the list of most trustworthy exchanges based on our researches. Most of the...

Mobile wallets for beginners

5 mobile crypto wallets for beginners

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If you're a newcomer in the cryptocurrency environment, you'll necessitate getting introduced with some definitions and tools. One of the points you're expected to know to navigate in this sphere is a cryptocurrency wallet. You can learn about these wallets theoretically, or you can download one of...

Multisig wallet

Multi-signature wallets and their benefits

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Technologies don’t stay still, and innovations are appearing every day. One of those modern tools we want you to be acquainted with is multisig wallet. Multisig is a unique type of digital signature which allows two or a higher number of users to approve accounts acting as an organization. It’s...

Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin, Ripple, EOS and much more. All these are the names of the cryptocurrencies that are still functioning. And the scariest part is that their number is not 5, 10, or even equal to the number of countries, like national currencies, they are more than 2000. Each differs not only by name and cost but also by functionality, the scope of application, the speed of “creation”, capitalization and many other things. Even experienced traders of the crypto market don’t know all the details concerning each coin.

In order to understand how and for what any coin was created, to make out in questions like meaning and possibilities of their mining, what their functionality is based on, we created the Crypto 101 category, where you will find answers to all your questions regarding different crypto coins. And all this in a convenient form of visualized content through the explaining cards.

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