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Coin guides are an overview of a particular cryptocurrency, technology, use case, highlighting its key features and its value proposition. These guides are designed to easily understood and serve a broad overview of the topic, without going into too much of the technical detail. Coin guides are for coins and tokens that have completed their ICO stage and have been listed on exchanges.

China DCEP Currency

DCEP: China’s National Digital Currency Overview

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What is DCEP Digital Currency DCEP (Digitial Currency Electronic Payment, DC/EP) is a national digital currency of the China...

What is Algorand (ALGO)?

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What is Algorand? Algorand is a high performance next generation blockchain that uses Pure Proof of Stake (PPOS) and...

Carry Protocol: What is it and what will it do for offline retail?

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Carry Protocol Carry Protocol is a blockchain project that integrates directly interacts with millions of customers who shop...

ThunderCore (TT) Explained: Will this Blockchain overtake Ethereum?

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What is Thundercore? ThunderCore (TT) is a high-performance smart contract platform which allows for the running of decentralized applications...

Binance Token (BNB): What is it?

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Binance Token (BNB) is a cryptocurrency created by cryptocurrency exchange Binance. It's main function is as a form of value transfer on...

Ethereum (ETH): What is it? The complete beginners guide

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Ethereum is a decentralized smart contract platform the runs decantralized applications (Dapps) and decentralized finance (DeFi). The vision behind Ethereum was to...

Stellar Lumens (XLM) in a Nutshell

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Stellar is a platform that connects banks, payments systems, and people. Lauched in 2014, Stellar uses blockchain technology to allow for quick...

What is Ripple and XRP

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Ripple - Ripple Transaction Protocol is a real-time settlement system designed to be used by banks for currency exchange, remittance and gross...

Bitcoin: What is it? A simple guide for beginners

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Bitcoin (BTC) is by far the best-known digital asset with the largest trade volume. It is the invention of a "Satoshi Nakamoto"...

Hot wallets vs. cold wallets: Differences, Pros and Cons

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Hot and cold wallets are used to store your cryptocurrencies, specifically your private keys which grant you access to your cryptoassets. They...

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