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Bitcoin & digital currencies

Bitcoin and other currencies rate

The Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies rate depends on many factors. The price is largely dependent on the demand and supply mechanism, which is further influenced by the limited number of Bitcoins that can be created. In addition, the price may change due to information about government policies to...


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What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin, or BTC, is a digital currency issued on the market in 2009 by an anonymous creator hiding under the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoins can be stored on a personal computer as a wallet file or by a third-party platform which stores BTC wallets. They can be sent through the Internet to anyone...


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Ethereum (ETH)

ETH is the second digital currency after Bitcoin with the biggest market capitalization (January 2018). Its chain allows you to create applications based on blockchain technology, as well as your own, individual tokens. Ethereum...


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Bitcoin (BTC)

Bitcoin is the first digital currency based on blockchain technology. More informations we've put here. Bitcoin Symbol BTC Founder Satoshi Nakamo...


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Game Credits (GAME)

Game Credicts was created to solve the problem of expensive payments in games. The whole company not only take care of GAME coin, but other blockchain products as well. Game Credits Symbol G...


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Bitcoin Gold (BTG)

Bitcoin Gold is second, after BCC, currency created after fork of Bitcoin. Bitcoin GOLD Symbol BTG Founder - Init...


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Bitcoin Cash (BCC)

BCC is a digital currency created after the split of Bitcoin's chain. Everyone who was an owner of BTC in the moment of the fork, received the exact same number of Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin CASH Symbol...


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Litecoin (LTC)

Litecoin is an open source, global payment network which is fully decentralized. LTC is a peer-to-peer digital currency that enables instant payments to anyone in the world. Litecoin Symbol L...


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Lisk (LSK)

Lisk was founded as an alternative platform for Ethereum. LSK allows developers to build applications based on blockchain technology using JavaScript. Lisk Symbol LSK...


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Dash (DASH)

DASH in the intention of the creators means "digital cash". DASH has so-called masternodes, i.e. privileged nodes that are responsible for additional system functions. Dash Symbol DASH...


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Monero (XMR)

Monero was launched on April 18, 2014 originally under the name Bitmonero. It was launched as a fork of Bytecoin currency and is the very first fork for the Bytecoin currency. Its based on the same CryptoNight protocol. Monero...


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Infinity Coin (XIN)

Infinity is a brand new digital currency that allows individuals to make fast and secure transactions through a decentralised peer-to-peer network. All transactions with XIN are completely anonymous. It's supported by a big group community and aspiring entrepreneurs....


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Ripple (XRP)

Ripple is considered as a new start up from San Francisco. It uses a similar blockchain as Bitcoin. It is compatible with other cryptocurrencies, paper currencies and the commodity market. On January 2018, XRP is the third biggest digital currency around the world....


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Zcash (ZEC)

Zcash is a decentralized and open-source cryptocurrency that provides strong privacy protections. Shielded transactions hide the sender, recipient, and value on the blockchain. It is worth noting that Zcash is based on the advanced zk-SNARK encryption algorithm....


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