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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.

OmiseGo (OMG) in a nutshell

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(Updated on 31-08-2017) OmiseGO is a token proposed by Omise that allows real time, direct transfers across multiple fiat currencies and digital currencies. Omise go...

Komodo in a Nutshell

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Komodo ICO (KMD) The Komodo ICO ran from Oct-Nov 2016. At the time they raised a total of 2636.37BTC. Komodo is a Zcash fork and...
Ethereum 2

Ethereum 2.0 is coming – Here’s what you NEED to know

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Ethereum 2.0 (“Serenity”) is an upgrade to the Ethereum Network which increases scalability, stability, and even brings economic changes. Ethereum 2.0 will...

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...
Central Bank Digital Currency

Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) Explained – New Revolution for Finance?

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What are Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) - will they mark the start of a revolution to change the financial system forever?...

Why is Bitcoin Valuable

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Why does this have any value? It's not backed by any goverment, and it's not a physical commodity like gold where you...

Fiat Exchanges on Every Continent: Binance to Take Over the World

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One of the most popular crypto- exchange platform in the world is building truly ambitious plans for the immediate future. The head of Binance...

MimbleWimble complete Beginner’s Guide

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What is MimbleWimble While earlier blockchains such as Bitcoin did not account for privacy and scalability, new projects...

Algorand (ALGO) Explained

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

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