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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.

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Harmony Protocol (ONE): Everything you NEED to know

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The Harmony (ONE) protocol takes on the challenge of scaling blockchain without sacrificing decentralization. This has been...

ERC 1155 Defined: What are ERC-1155 tokens?

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ERC 1155 is a digital token standard that can used to create both fungible (digital cards, pets and in-game skins) and non-fungible...

WAX Token Overview – Decentralized Gaming Exchange

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WAX aims to become a platform that enables anyone to create their own virtual marketplace for digital assets. It will also allow current and...
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Elastos Explained – what’s a decentralized internet

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Elastos is a third generation technology that leverages blockchain technology in giving internet users complete control over their digital properties. The protection that...

Secrets of “Darkpools” and unreported trade volume and Bitcoin OTC

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In Crypto, not all trade volumes are visible - in fact "Darkpools" account for a huge amount of crypto trading and has...

Ripple and XRP – Revolution or Scam?

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Ripple has been booming lately as more and more financial institutions have started to use the service for its fast transactions and extremely low...

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...

PIVX vs DASH

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What is PIVX PIVX is a cryptocurrency that focuses on Private Instantly Verified transactions (hence the name PIVX). It is designed to fix the shortcomings...

Private Keys: What are they and why are they important?

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Private keys are made of numbers and letters, they are used to uniquely identify users which will allow them to perform secure...

Monero (XMR) in a Nutshell

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Monero is a rather unique member of the cryptocurrency family thanks to its focus on privacy and absence of the traditional open...

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