The Coin Guide is a concise summary of the aims and technology behind a certain cryptocurrency (altcoins). Insight is crucial in this field. Many projects disguise their progress through complicated jargon, making it hard to distinguish those who are building something meaningful from those who are not. 

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What is Vechain? Blockchain for Enterprise

What is Vechain? VeChain (or VechainThor) is a next-generation smart contract blockchain platform focused on enterprise adoption, Internet of Things (IoT), and...

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

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

Free TON Explained – A community project from the ashes of Telegram?

Free TON (The Open Network) is a new blockchain platform created by the developers of the Telegram Open Network (also abbreviated TON)....

Bitcoin Halving Explained

https://apps.elfsight.com/p/platform.js Bitcoin Halving is expected to happen at  12 May 2020 07:07:39 UTC What is the...

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

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

How to Claim your free HIVE (STEEM Users)

Hive has grown tremendously in value, especially after a recent listing on the Binance exchange. It's currently sitting at $0.91 USD with...

Enjin (ENJ) Explained: Blockchain Gaming Platform

Enjin is a blockchain gaming platform focused on the creation of digital collectible items that are truly owned by the user. The...

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

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

Why the PUMP? Reasons for why Bitcoin prices always move in short bursts and how can we benefit from it?

Why does Bitcoin always “pump” in short periods of time? Can we benefit on this type of price action. Are OTC Bitcoin...

Algorand (ALGO) Explained

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?

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

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

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?

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

Stellar Lumens (XLM) in a Nutshell

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

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