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Cryptocurrency introduction

Everyhting you need to know about cryptocurrencies

  • How to buy cryptocurrency

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  • Cryptocurrency use-cases

    Store of Value (SoV) Some cryptocurrencies are used as a store of values (SoV), as well as for transaction purposes, for example, making payments. Using cryptocurrency – rather than fiat currency – as...

  • What is a transaction hash/hash id?

    Tx Hash means Transaction Hash and is also known as Transaction ID (TxID). It consist of alphanumeric characters and is basically an identification number given for a Bitcoin transaction. Each and eve...

  • Bitcoin Halvening

    A new Bitcoin is created when the blockchain rewards an individual (miner) for confirming or validating a transaction . The network gives Bitcoin to miners for adding new blocks. This is reimbursement...

  • Is it safe to show my wallet address?

    It is safe to show your wallet address to anyone as well is posting it anywhere in your social media. For example, it's a comon way of gathering donations Just the address won't give any opportunity f...

  • Can I cancel a cryptocurrency transaction?

    You can't And we're unable to cancel or reverse your transaction.  As unfortunate as it is, cryptocurrency transactions on the Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash networks are designed to be irreversi...

  • What's the difference between wallets?

    Wallets are one of the most essansial factors of owning and managing cryptocurrencies of any sort. Wallets for digital currencies are very similar to your physical wallets  just a digitized version of...

  • What is Monero?

    Monero (XMR) was launched in 2014 as an open-source cryptocurrency that operates on the blockchain and is heavily privacy-oriented. These blockchains are public ledgers of participants' activities tha...

  • What is Ripple?

    Ripplwas founded in 2012 under the name Opencoin. The company developed the Ripple Transaction Protocol, and in 2015 the name of the company was changed to Ripple. Ripple is mainly looking for solutio...

  • What is IOTA?

    IOTA is a public distributed ledger that utilizes a novelty, called “Tangle” The Tangle is a new data structure based on a Directed Acyclic Graph. It has no Blocks, no Chain and also no Miners. Becaus...