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What is ICO

What is ICO

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So what does it mean? ICO (Initial Coin Offering) - a process, during which new cryptocurrency’s coins are sold. It’s a modern format of startups’ investment, which eases the problem of monetization when an idea or project is on their development stage. Now the word...

What is Ethereum

What is Ethereum

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Clarification For both: the platform and the cryptocurrency working on it people use the word “Ethereum”. But the coin is also called ether. Therefore, in order not to get confused, let's stick to this option....

Blockchain. What is it and what it will bring

Blockchain. What is it and what it will bring

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Introduction to blockchain In 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto (still unknown it is one person or a group of people) introduced the concept of the blockchain, which in 2009 was implemented through Bitcoin - the first cryptocurrency. The blockchain is a chain of blocks, an endless list in which information...

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