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ALTcointip

ALTcointip bot allows Redditors to tip various cryptocoins to each other. 15 cryptocurrencies are supported - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Peercoin, Primecoin, Namecoin, Megacoin, BBQCoin, Digitalcoin, Infinitecoin, Ixcoin, Mincoin, Quarkcoin, Stablecoin, and Zetacoin.
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r/CryptoMarkets

FOREX community for cryptocurrencies. Tags: mt gox bitcoin, long term potential, open source exchange, low inflation rate, demand and price, technical analysis, fundamentals, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Monero, Dash, Augur, token, volume, oscillator, RSI, stochastic, trend, sentiment, strategy, scam, coin, coinmarketcap, altcoin, Peercoin, script, blockchain, PoW, PoS, Proof of Work,
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CoinedUp.com: New FREE crypto-only currency exchange. Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin, PPCoin, and more to come.

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Services • Inikas.com exchange Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin <-> USD\BTC (fee 0.2%)

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Let’s start a campaign to get BC on BTC-e based on its lightning speed to move coins for arbitrage between exchanges. BCE-e already lists Bitcoin, Litecoin, Peercoin, Namecoin, Primecoin, and Terracoin, Why not Blackcoin; we have the volume.

Here is a link to a thread that explains arbitrage.
http://www.reddit.com/blackcoin/comments/23snd5/as_a_crypto_trader_ive_started_to_notice_how/
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Hong Kong Bitcoin Exchange HKCex Launches After $2m Investment - To include litecoin, PPcoin, Novacoin and namecoin.

http://www.coindesk.com/new-hong-kong-bitcoin-exchange-welcomes-mainland-customers/
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Hong Kong Bitcoin Exchange HKCex Launches After $2m Investment - To include litecoin, PPcoin, Novacoin and namecoin.

Hong Kong Bitcoin Exchange HKCex Launches After $2m Investment - To include litecoin, PPcoin, Novacoin and namecoin. submitted by FixPUNK to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

US-based exchange Crypto Street supports Bitcoin, Litecoin and Feathercoin: Namecoin and Primecoin are next

US-based exchange Crypto Street supports Bitcoin, Litecoin and Feathercoin: Namecoin and Primecoin are next submitted by tntpie to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

New bitcoin exchange has gone live. Accepts bitcoins, namecoins, and litecoins.

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BTC-E | Bitcoin Exchange, Namecoin Exchange, Litecoin Exchange, BTC Exchange

BTC-E | Bitcoin Exchange, Namecoin Exchange, Litecoin Exchange, BTC Exchange submitted by ion-tom to Nucleus [link] [comments]

BTC-E | Bitcoin Exchange, Namecoin Exchange, Litecoin Exchange, BTC Exchange

BTC-E | Bitcoin Exchange, Namecoin Exchange, Litecoin Exchange, BTC Exchange submitted by SeasonFinale to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Bitcoin, Namecoin, Litecoin, Devcoin, IXCoin, PPCoin, Terracoin, Freicoin, Feathercoin, Primecoin (BTC/NMC/LTC/DVC/I0C/IXC/PPC/TRC/FRC/FTC/XPM) Exchange and Trading Platform

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Crypto-Currency Exchanges Search - search exchanges all over the world. Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin, etc.

Crypto-Currency Exchanges Search - search exchanges all over the world. Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin, etc. submitted by bitdango to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

BTC-E | Bitcoin Exchange, Namecoin Exchange, Litecoin Exchange, BTC Exchange

BTC-E | Bitcoin Exchange, Namecoin Exchange, Litecoin Exchange, BTC Exchange submitted by NSLbot to NSL [link] [comments]

Como empezar a ganar dinero por internet

Como empezar a ganar dinero por internet

Como empezar a ganar dinero por internet

hoy les traigo una guía de como empezar a ganar dinero por internet mediante el uso de faucets, esta es una pequeña guía para nuevos emprendedores que quieren empezar en el negocio de las criptomonedas y no saben por donde empezar.

Que es una Criptomoneda

Las criptomonedas son un tipo de moneda digital, que son aquellas que no existen de forma física pero que sirven como moneda de intercambio, permitiendo transacciones instantáneas a través de internet y sin importar las fronteras.
En el año 2009 apareció la primera criptomoneda completamente descentralizada, el Bitcoin, que fue creado por Satoshi Nakamoto junto con el software que los sustenta (blockchain). A día de hoy no se sabe quién está detrás del nombre del creador. La aparición del bitcoin fue tan innovadora que los términos de Criptomoneda y Bitcoin se funden en uno sólo y es indistinto hablar de una sin la otra.
En nuestros días, han aparecido más criptomonedas basadas en la pionera Bitcoin, que se conocen como altcoin, algunas de ellas son Namecoin (2011), Litecoin (2011) o Peercoin (2012)

Que es un faucet

Un faucet es un sistema de recompensa que regala cantidades pequeñas de criptomonedas.
las faucets son páginas web o aplicaciones para móviles. El significado de faucet en español es grifo, por lo que también es usual encontrarlos así en foros o páginas web sobre bitcoin.
Las faucets de bitcoin nacieron con la intención de promocionar las criptomonedas, difundir cómo funciona bitcoin y ponerla al alcance de todos sin necesidad de conocimientos tecnológicos ni de equipos potentes. El primer grifo fue creado por Gavin Andresen en 2010 y se llamaba bitcoin faucet. Inicialmente regalaba 5 bitcoins por visita.
Los grifos bitcoin se financian mediante publicidad y a través de donaciones. Actualmente siguen siendo muy populares y se han convertido en casi en una tradición que se ha extendido a otras criptomonedas, desde Bitcoin Cash a Dogecoin.

Por que empezar con faucets

Las faucets surgieron para intentar dar a conocer las criptomonedas a un mayor público. Por tanto, son una herramienta perfecta si quieres empezar a tener criptomonedas sin realizar ninguna inversión. Son perfectos para aprender para qué sirven las criptomonedas**, cómo funcionan las transacciones y los monederos de las criptomonedas** o incluso saber cómo trabajan los exchanges bitcoin.
Además, indirectamente, puede suponer una fuente de ingresos a largo plazo. Hace 8 años, en 2010, cuando el bitcoin apenas valía un centavo de dolar, se creó el primer faucet que regalaba 5 BTC por visita.
¿Te imaginas obtener hoy en día 5 BTC? Si una persona los hubiera mantenido, tendría más de 30.000 euros o 35.000 dólares americanos en criptomonedas. Si los hubiera vendido en diciembre de 2017, cuando bitcoin alcanzó su precio más alto, habría ganado más de 100.000 dólares.
¿Quién dice que el bitcoin no continuará subiendo? Si confías en las criptomonedas, no tienes excusas para no usar las faucets bitcoin.

Como funcionan los faucets

Todos las faucets de criptomonedas son muy similares y aunque pueden existir variaciones, suelen funcionar de manera muy similar:
  1. Ingresar en la página.
  2. Escribir la dirección de tu monedero bitcoin en un campo de texto.
  3. Completar un captcha o antibot para demostrar que eres humano.
  4. Pulsar un botón para reclamar tu recompensa.
Las faucet están vinculadas a un registro o a un monedero(WALLET). Cada vez que reclames criptomonedas, estos se sumarán a los que ya tienes en tu cuenta. Es decir, actúan de manera acumulativa.
En ocasiones tanto el captcha como el botón para reclamar tus criptomonedas están ocultos entre la publicidad. Con un poco de atención se encuentran sin dificultad. Si notas algún problema a la hora de reclamar tus criptomonedas, recargar la página suele solucionarlo, ya que los captcha pueden bloquearse.
Una vez se utiliza un grifo de criptomonedas, es necesario esperar un tiempo para volver a usarlo. Dicha periodicidad depende de la faucet. Existen algunos que puedes reclamar cada 5 minutos y otros en los que es necesario esperar varias horas. Normalmente a mayor espera, mayores serán las ganancias.
Las recompensas de las faucets acumulativas son modestas, pero son el recurso ideal para las personas que quieran iniciarse en el mundo de la criptomonedas. Con un poco de constancia empezarás a ver ganancias.
Algunos faucet de criptomonedas tienen la opción de multiplicar las ganancias participando en algún juego de azar. Por lo general, puedes perder todo lo obtenido, por lo que no siempre es recomendable utilizar estas opciones.

¿Cómo ganar en una faucet bitcoin?

Para ganar criptomonedas con un faucet únicamente necesitas un monedero(WALLET). en este caso no orientaremos al uso de Coinpot. Este microwallet está integrado con varias faucet. Cuando reclames tus criptomonedas estas se transferirán automáticamente a tu monedero Coinpot. Más adelante en este artículo hablaremos de dichos faucets.

Faucets para Coinpot 2020

Coinpot es un microwallet gratuito para enviar, guardar y recibir criptomonedas. A día de hoy soporta Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dash (DASH), Dogecoin (DOGE) y Litecoin (LTC), aunque está en constante crecimiento.
Una de sus principales ventajas es su integración con diferentes grifos de bitcoin, lo que le ha otorgado una gran popularidad. Es decir, cuando utilices una de las faucets bitcoin asociadas, tus ganancias se transferirán de manera automática a tu monedero Coinpot.
Todos los grifos para Coinpot, son faucets sin mínimo de retiro, ya que tu saldo se transferirá a tu cuenta de Coinpot. Además, son seguras y fáciles de usar.
Abrir una cuenta en Coinpot es sencillo y gratuito. Únicamente te solicita un correo electrónico y una contraseña. Es muy importante que el correo electrónico que indiques sea el mismo que utilices en las faucets, ya que es lo utiliza para asociar las cuentas. Puedes registrarte en el siguiente enlace: Coinpot
En los últimos meses han ido integrando nuevas funcionalidades como: Un multiplicador, un sistema de lotería, un sistema de minado de criptomonedas o una criptomoneda propia (Coinpot Token).
A principios de 2019 incorporaron un nuevo sistema de recompensas. Según tu actividad en sus diferentes faucets o en sus funcionalidades, recibirás pagos en Coinpot Tokens. Estos tokens podrás convertirlos más tarde en la criptomoneda que prefieras.
LISTA DE FAUCETS
Una vez ayas creado tu cuenta coinpot ya puedes empezar a usar los siguientes faucets solo necesitas escribir el correo electrónico con el que creaste tu cuenta coinpot sin necesidad de ningún registro y tus ganancias se transferirán directamente a tu cuenta coinpot.

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Una recomendación personal es de mi parte es que uses los 5 faucets solo te llevara unos 10-15minutos reclamar todas las recompensas.
También aconsejo usar un navegador como Brave Browser si quieres ver mayores ganancias, pues este navegador te paga por solo usarlo y si vas a usar estos faucets no esta demás un ingreso extra.

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------------------------------------------------------Brave Browser---------------------------------------------------

Brave Browser es un navegador muy cómodo y ademas muy seguro a la hora de navegar por internet, Brave Browser paga a sus usuarios por usar su navegador en su propia moneda BAT tokens la cual puede cambiarse por casi cualquier tipo de moneda.
Espero Les aya resultado util esta guía pronto estaré trayéndoles nuevos métodos y tips para triunfar en el mundo de la criptomoneda.

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Why Bitcoin is Different

If you’re new to the Bitcoin space, the last few months have been pretty crazy. There have been some steep climbs and heart-stopping drops making for a roller coaster of emotion that’s not easily controlled. The price action is both thrilling and at times, painful, so it’s easy to lose sight of what you’re investing in. All the coins seem to be running together, so what’s the difference? How is one coin to be distinguished from another? And more importantly, how is an investor to know what the long term value of a coin will be?
In this article, I’m going to make the case for what makes Bitcoin different, how Bitcoin is a system that, despite all the cloning, has yet to be truly replicated.

Real Innovation

To really understand the value proposition of Bitcoin, it helps to look at a bit of history. It’s tempting to think that the newest ICO or altcoin is the one that will finally “improve” Bitcoin and fix all of its problems and that Bitcoin will be relegated to the dustbin of history due to its lack of some “feature”. Indeed, nearly every altcoin, ICO or hardfork thinks that they’re being innovative in some fundamental way. What’s missed is that the biggest innovation has already happened.
Decentralized digital scarcity is the real innovation and Bitcoin was the first, and, as this article will make clear, continues to be the only such coin. All the other so-called innovations such as faster confirmation times, changing to proof-of-whatever, Turing completeness, different signature algorithm, different transaction ordering method and even privacy, are really tiny variations on the giant innovation that is Bitcoin.
It’s important to remember here that alternatives to Bitcoin have been proposed since 2011 and none of them have even come close to displacing Bitcoin in terms of price, usage or security. IxCoin was a clone of Bitcoin created in 2011 with larger block rewards and a premine (large number of coins sent to the creator). Tenebrix was an altcoin created in 2011 that tried to add GPU resistance and again had a large premine. Solidcoin was another altcoin created in 2011 with faster block times and again, a premine. About the only ones that survived (and not living out a zombie existence) out of that early altcoin era are Namecoin and Litecoin, which distinguished themselves by NOT having a premine.
ICOs are also not new. Mastercoin did an ICO in 2013 with, you guessed it, a premine, and raised over 5000 BTC at the time and had to rebrand themselves to Omni because the ecosystem around it was so anemic. Factom did an ICO in 2015 and raised over 2000 BTC and had to raise multiple rounds of additional financing because they ran out of money. In other words, all these “exciting” new tokens have generally done very poorly and didn’t actually provide much utility.
Altcoins and ICOs have tried many different “features” and most have not been useful or adopted. So what gives? Why does Bitcoin seem to have a special place in the ecosystem? Why is Bitcoin different? We explore two unique aspects that make Bitcoin different than everything else: the network effect and decentralization.

The Network Effect

Because Bitcoin has the largest network and gains from the network effect, other coins essentially are playing a giant game of catch-up. Bitcoin is the 7-day week and every other altcoin is a slight variation (Let’s have 4-day weeks! Let’s make the day 18 hours! Let’s rename the days to something different! Let’s vary week lengths according to the whims of a central authority!) Needless to say, these types of “innovations” are, at best, minor and are generally not adopted. This is because the network effect of Bitcoin grows over time and the people using the network optimize toward the standards of the network, locking more and more people in.
As the network grows, what we see is that subtle, unseen benefits accrue to each norm. What may, on the surface seem inefficient actually has second and third order effects that benefit the people conforming to the norm. For example, a car does not fly or go on water because the car has been optimized for use on solid ground. The lack of extra features makes the car more useful since it’s easier to park (smaller size than a theoretical boat/caplane hybrid), cheaper to maintain and get fuel for, etc.
In addition, these norms have withstood the test of time and have proven their resilience in ways that are not obvious. You would not want to be the first person to fly in a caplane hybrid, for example, because you wouldn’t know how safe such a vehicle is. Something that’s been around has proven its relative security. Bitcoin, in a sense, has the world’s richest bug bounty to reveal any security flaws. As a result, Bitcoin has proven its security with the only thing that can really test it: time. Every other coin is much younger and/or has proven to be less secure.
Indeed, the dubious nature of many of these “features” become obvious over time. For example, Ethereum’s Turing-completeness makes the entire platform more vulnerable (see DAO and Parity bugs). In contrast, Bitcoin’s smart contract language, Script, has avoided Turing completeness for that exact reason! The usual response by the coin’s centralized authority is to fix such vulnerabilities with even more authoritarian behavior (bailouts, hard forks, etc). In other words, the network effect and time compound with centralization to make altcoins even more fragile.
Bitcoin has the largest network and that means that Bitcoin grows in utility simply from having the most users. It’s a lot easier to get accessories for a popular phone than an unpopular one, for example. The ecosystem around Bitcoin makes getting and keeping Bitcoin much easier than say, your altcoin or ICO of the week.

Decentralization

The other main property of Bitcoin that no other coin has is decentralization. By decentralized, I mean that Bitcoin does not have a single point of failure or choke point. Every other coin has a founder or a company that created their coin and they have the most influence over the coin. A hard fork (a backwards incompatible change) that’s forced on the user, for example, is an indication that the coin is pretty centralized.
Centralized coins have the “advantage” of being able to change things quickly in response to market demand. Centralization is certainly a good thing for businesses as they are often trying to make a profit by providing some good or service to their customers. A centralized business can better respond to market demand and change what they sell for better profits.
For money, however, centralization is a bad thing. First, one of the main value propositions for a store of value is in being something that doesn’t change qualitatively (aka immutability). A store of value requires that its qualities stay the same or get better over time. A change that undermines its qualities (e.g. inflation of supply, decreasing of acceptance, change of security) drastically changes the utility of money as a store of value.
Second, centralization of currency has a tendency to change the rules, often to catastrophic effect. Indeed, 20th century economics is the story of central banks slowly degrading fiat money’s store of value utility. The average fiat currency has a lifespan of 27 years for this reason, despite the backing of powerful entities like governments and near universal usage within an entire country as a medium of exchange. “Features”, ability to react quickly and usage simply do not matter nearly as much to the survival of a currency as scarcity and immutability.
Every cryptocurrency and ICO other than Bitcoin is centralized. For an ICO, this is obvious. The entity that issues the ICO and creates the token is the centralized party. They issued the coin and thus can change the token’s usage, alter the coin’s incentives or issue additional tokens. They can also refuse to accept certain tokens for their good or service.
Altcoins have the same problem, though not in such an obvious way. Usually the creator is the de facto dictator for the coin and can do the same things that a government can. Taxes (dev tax, storage tax, etc), inflation, picking winners and losers (DAO, proof-of-X change, etc) are often decided by the creators. As a holder of an altcoin, you have to trust not just the current leader, but all future leaders of the coin to not confiscate, tax away or inflate away your coins. In other words, altcoins and ICOs are not qualitatively different than fiat. In altcoin and ICO-land, you are not sovereign over your own coins!
This is particularly acute in the biggest “competitor” to Bitcoin: Ethereum. By any measure, Ethereum is centrally controlled. Ethereum has had at least 5 hard forks where users were forced to upgrade. They’ve bailed out bad decision making with the DAO. They are now even talking about a new storage tax. The centralized control was shown early in their large premine.
Bitcoin is different. One of the greatest things that Satoshi did was disappear. In the early days of Bitcoin, Satoshi controlled a lot of what was developed. By disappearing, we’ve now got a situation where parties that don’t like each other (users of various affiliations) all have some say in how the network is run. Every upgrade is voluntary (i.e. soft forks) and does not force anyone to do anything to keep their Bitcoin. In other words, there’s no single point of failure. Bitcoin has a system where even if a whole group of developers got hit by a bus, there are multiple open source implementations that can continue to offer choices to every user. In Bitcoin, you are sovereign over your own bitcoins.
This is a very good thing as there’s no central authority that can diminish the utility of your coins. That means Bitcoin is actually scarce (instead of theoretically or temporarily scarce), won’t change qualitatively without everyone’s consent and is thus a good store of value.
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Top crypto events over the last decade

Top crypto events over the last decade
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2020 marks a decade since cryptocurrency became a part of a daily routine. Mass adoption of crypto started with Bitcoin’s appearance in 2009. A lot has happened in the Crypto World since then. Now let’s take a look at the most significant events over the last crypto decade.
  • In 2009 the first block of Bitcoins was mined for a 50 Bitcoins reward. The same year there was the first Bitcoin hard fork which gave us Namecoin.
  • The first exchange appeared in 2010. It was bitcoinmarket.com which doesn’t exist anymore. The same year it was hacked for the first time. This unpleasant event showed the most obvious flaws in the system though. It was rather important to understand all the possible drawbacks, and right up to this moment a lot of efforts are taken to prevent accidents like these.
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  • 2010 was also a year when investors appeared. A lot of people are looking for an opportunity to invest in crypto now, but it has taken some time to learn that crypto can actually be an investment.
  • 2011 was a year of cryptocurrencies’ debuts. Swiftcoin appeared, and as a result of the second Bitcoin hard fork Litecoin came to the Crypto World.
  • In 2011, a physicist by training, 29-year-old Ross William Ulbricht, registered the Internet community called Silk Road on the anonymous Tor network. It has become one of the largest drug trafficking sites in the world. While the site was working, it managed to serve about a million customers, and the turnover of illicit substances exceeded $200 million. Almost all the payments were made in Bitcoins. In October 2013, the FBI closed the Silk Road and arrested 144,000 bitcoins, which at that time was about $100 million.
  • In 2012 people started talking about Bitcoin. It was even mentioned in some TV shows.
  • 2012 was marked by the birth of XRP.
  • By 2013 there were around 10 cryptocurrency assets.
  • In 2013 arguments about cryptocurrency regulation started. Countries had to find a way to deal with new technologies. Germany, Thailand, and China prohibited the use of cryptocurrencies. At the same time Canada launched the very first Bitcoin ATM.
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  • 2014 is famous for the biggest cryptocurrency exchange hack. 850 000 BTC was stolen when the Mt.Gox exchange was hacked.
  • In 2015 several new cryptocurrencies appeared. The Ethereum ecosystem was introduced. Thanks to Ethereum we use smart contracts now.
  • In 2015 the number of Bitcoin ATMs increased, and Argentina started to accept crypto as a payment for taxi rides.
  • In 2015 all the ICOs started. Augur was the first to do this.
  • Starting from 2015 more and more cryptocurrencies appeared. As a result we have 200 000 tokens running on smart contracts now.
  • In 2017 Japan decided to legalize Bitcoin as a payment method. In Norway Bitcoin became an authorized investment and payment.
  • 2017 is famous for the appearance of the most adorable blockchain project, CryptoKitties. It is not a currency, but an asset. The main thing that distinguishes CryptoKitties from all the other tokens is the uniqueness. Usually tokens are interchangeable. The value of your assets is expressed primarily in the number of tokens you have. The value of each CryptoKitty is different. What kinds of CryptoKitties you have is important. So, your only CryptoKitty may cost more than three CryptoKitties of another user. Nonetheless, CryptoKitties are in fact ERC-721 tokens built on the Ethereum blockchain. Everything is administered by smart contracts, and ETH is used for all transactions. CryptoKitties became very famous. Since December 2, new kitties appeared every 15 minutes. They became a powerful tool in showing people how to use blockchain technologies in a fun way. CryptoKitties were so attractive that at a certain moment in 2017 they congested the Ethereum network.
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  • 15 November 2018 was the time when BCH hard fork happened. It was a result of the inner conflict between two camps: Roger Ver and Jihan Wu on the one side, and Craig Steven Wright and Calvin Ayre on the other side. This discord was caused by different versions of software. The whole thing culminated in creating BCH with 32 MB block size limit and BSV (Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision) with 128 MB block size limit.
  • 2018 was time for European countries to come together and discuss cryptocurrency regulation.
  • 2019 was not a good year for XRP. In June wallets that were hosted on Gatehub were hacked and 23 200 000 XRP was stolen. Upbit exchange did not have a great year either. It was hacked and lost 10 000 ETH.
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There were a lot of attempts to create a digital currency. Not all of them were successful. Finally, Bitcoin appeared and changed the world’s perception of the concept. It came a long way and became a whole industry. It is developing constantly involving more and more people on the way. The list of new cryptocurrencies is expanding rapidly. For the next decade there are still some problems to solve, but nonetheless the future of cryptocurrency seems to be extremely exciting.
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Top crypto events over the last decade

Top crypto events over the last decade

https://preview.redd.it/knrz672dwwg41.png?width=3600&format=png&auto=webp&s=5f3ebf91ec0d2d6fddc9384fd973315cf7e4e3e5
2020 marks a decade since cryptocurrency became a part of a daily routine. Mass adoption of crypto started with Bitcoin’s appearance in 2009. A lot has happened in the Crypto World since then. Now let’s take a look at the most significant events over the last crypto decade.
  • In 2009 the first block of Bitcoins was mined for a 50 Bitcoins reward. The same year there was the first Bitcoin hard fork which gave us Namecoin.
  • The first exchange appeared in 2010. It was bitcoinmarket.com which doesn’t exist anymore. The same year it was hacked for the first time. This unpleasant event showed the most obvious flaws in the system though. It was rather important to understand all the possible drawbacks, and right up to this moment a lot of efforts are taken to prevent accidents like these.
https://preview.redd.it/6h4rluwdwwg41.jpg?width=992&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d9b938d15142eac43a64a05a1d11b492e2f1f322
  • 2010 was also a year when investors appeared. A lot of people are looking for an opportunity to invest in crypto now, but it has taken some time to learn that crypto can actually be an investment.
  • 2011 was a year of cryptocurrencies’ debuts. Swiftcoin appeared, and as a result of the second Bitcoin hard fork Litecoin came to the Crypto World.
  • In 2011, a physicist by training, 29-year-old Ross William Ulbricht, registered the Internet community called Silk Road on the anonymous Tor network. It has become one of the largest drug trafficking sites in the world. While the site was working, it managed to serve about a million customers, and the turnover of illicit substances exceeded $200 million. Almost all the payments were made in Bitcoins. In October 2013, the FBI closed the Silk Road and arrested 144,000 bitcoins, which at that time was about $100 million.
  • In 2012 people started talking about Bitcoin. It was even mentioned in some TV shows.
  • 2012 was marked by the birth of XRP.
  • By 2013 there were around 10 cryptocurrency assets.
  • In 2013 arguments about cryptocurrency regulation started. Countries had to find a way to deal with new technologies. Germany, Thailand, and China prohibited the use of cryptocurrencies. At the same time Canada launched the very first Bitcoin ATM.
https://preview.redd.it/yqmqqpwewwg41.jpg?width=900&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=97a8adbdd1dded2c33aa1c9651175d54651454a1
  • 2014 is famous for the biggest cryptocurrency exchange hack. 850 000 BTC was stolen when the Mt.Gox exchange was hacked.
  • In 2015 several new cryptocurrencies appeared. The Ethereum ecosystem was introduced. Thanks to Ethereum we use smart contracts now.
  • In 2015 the number of Bitcoin ATMs increased, and Argentina started to accept crypto as a payment for taxi rides.
  • In 2015 all the ICOs started. Augur was the first to do this.
  • Starting from 2015 more and more cryptocurrencies appeared. As a result we have 200 000 tokens running on smart contracts now.
  • In 2017 Japan decided to legalize Bitcoin as a payment method. In Norway Bitcoin became an authorized investment and payment.
  • 2017 is famous for the appearance of the most adorable blockchain project, CryptoKitties. It is not a currency, but an asset. The main thing that distinguishes CryptoKitties from all the other tokens is the uniqueness. Usually tokens are interchangeable. The value of your assets is expressed primarily in the number of tokens you have. The value of each CryptoKitty is different. What kinds of CryptoKitties you have is important. So, your only CryptoKitty may cost more than three CryptoKitties of another user. Nonetheless, CryptoKitties are in fact ERC-721 tokens built on the Ethereum blockchain. Everything is administered by smart contracts, and ETH is used for all transactions. CryptoKitties became very famous. Since December 2, new kitties appeared every 15 minutes. They became a powerful tool in showing people how to use blockchain technologies in a fun way. CryptoKitties were so attractive that at a certain moment in 2017 they congested the Ethereum network.
https://preview.redd.it/uvifvwtfwwg41.jpg?width=2500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=2091e747922b81efae9257d15e924d804eb85bfd
  • 15 November 2018 was the time when BCH hard fork happened. It was a result of the inner conflict between two camps: Roger Ver and Jihan Wu on the one side, and Craig Steven Wright and Calvin Ayre on the other side. This discord was caused by different versions of software. The whole thing culminated in creating BCH with 32 MB block size limit and BSV (Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision) with 128 MB block size limit.
  • 2018 was time for European countries to come together and discuss cryptocurrency regulation.
  • 2019 was not a good year for XRP. In June wallets that were hosted on Gatehub were hacked and 23 200 000 XRP was stolen. Upbit exchange did not have a great year either. It was hacked and lost 10 000 ETH.
https://preview.redd.it/1km3kvrgwwg41.jpg?width=997&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=e07c6929dafd73535dfab29e243966bbddd19d3f
There were a lot of attempts to create a digital currency. Not all of them were successful. Finally, Bitcoin appeared and changed the world’s perception of the concept. It came a long way and became a whole industry. It is developing constantly involving more and more people on the way. The list of new cryptocurrencies is expanding rapidly. For the next decade there are still some problems to solve, but nonetheless the future of cryptocurrency seems to be extremely exciting.
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Top crypto events over the last decade

Top crypto events over the last decade

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2020 marks a decade since cryptocurrency became a part of a daily routine. Mass adoption of crypto started with Bitcoin’s appearance in 2009. A lot has happened in the Crypto World since then. Now let’s take a look at the most significant events over the last crypto decade.
  • In 2009 the first block of Bitcoins was mined for a 50 Bitcoins reward. The same year there was the first Bitcoin hard fork which gave us Namecoin.
  • The first exchange appeared in 2010. It was bitcoinmarket.com which doesn’t exist anymore. The same year it was hacked for the first time. This unpleasant event showed the most obvious flaws in the system though. It was rather important to understand all the possible drawbacks, and right up to this moment a lot of efforts are taken to prevent accidents like these.
https://preview.redd.it/ydgdqdw6vwg41.jpg?width=992&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=238682017e54ff82ba8d7b6bf759c31f980a504e
  • 2010 was also a year when investors appeared. A lot of people are looking for an opportunity to invest in crypto now, but it has taken some time to learn that crypto can actually be an investment.
  • 2011 was a year of cryptocurrencies’ debuts. Swiftcoin appeared, and as a result of the second Bitcoin hard fork Litecoin came to the Crypto World.
  • In 2011, a physicist by training, 29-year-old Ross William Ulbricht, registered the Internet community called Silk Road on the anonymous Tor network. It has become one of the largest drug trafficking sites in the world. While the site was working, it managed to serve about a million customers, and the turnover of illicit substances exceeded $200 million. Almost all the payments were made in Bitcoins. In October 2013, the FBI closed the Silk Road and arrested 144,000 bitcoins, which at that time was about $100 million.
  • In 2012 people started talking about Bitcoin. It was even mentioned in some TV shows.
  • 2012 was marked by the birth of XRP.
  • By 2013 there were around 10 cryptocurrency assets.
  • In 2013 arguments about cryptocurrency regulation started. Countries had to find a way to deal with new technologies. Germany, Thailand, and China prohibited the use of cryptocurrencies. At the same time Canada launched the very first Bitcoin ATM.
https://preview.redd.it/ihloag98vwg41.jpg?width=900&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=66a54edb739c689139213d387b33c29a97b7480d
  • 2014 is famous for the biggest cryptocurrency exchange hack. 850 000 BTC was stolen when the Mt.Gox exchange was hacked.
  • In 2015 several new cryptocurrencies appeared. The Ethereum ecosystem was introduced. Thanks to Ethereum we use smart contracts now.
  • In 2015 the number of Bitcoin ATMs increased, and Argentina started to accept crypto as a payment for taxi rides.
  • In 2015 all the ICOs started. Augur was the first to do this.
  • Starting from 2015 more and more cryptocurrencies appeared. As a result we have 200 000 tokens running on smart contracts now.
  • In 2017 Japan decided to legalize Bitcoin as a payment method. In Norway Bitcoin became an authorized investment and payment.
  • 2017 is famous for the appearance of the most adorable blockchain project, CryptoKitties. It is not a currency, but an asset. The main thing that distinguishes CryptoKitties from all the other tokens is the uniqueness. Usually tokens are interchangeable. The value of your assets is expressed primarily in the number of tokens you have. The value of each CryptoKitty is different. What kinds of CryptoKitties you have is important. So, your only CryptoKitty may cost more than three CryptoKitties of another user. Nonetheless, CryptoKitties are in fact ERC-721 tokens built on the Ethereum blockchain. Everything is administered by smart contracts, and ETH is used for all transactions. CryptoKitties became very famous. Since December 2, new kitties appeared every 15 minutes. They became a powerful tool in showing people how to use blockchain technologies in a fun way. CryptoKitties were so attractive that at a certain moment in 2017 they congested the Ethereum network.
https://preview.redd.it/oz48y1g9vwg41.jpg?width=2500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=4721d40913ca0de719e07331300d979610ea68b7
  • 15 November 2018 was the time when BCH hard fork happened. It was a result of the inner conflict between two camps: Roger Ver and Jihan Wu on the one side, and Craig Steven Wright and Calvin Ayre on the other side. This discord was caused by different versions of software. The whole thing culminated in creating BCH with 32 MB block size limit and BSV (Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision) with 128 MB block size limit.
  • 2018 was time for European countries to come together and discuss cryptocurrency regulation.
  • 2019 was not a good year for XRP. In June wallets that were hosted on Gatehub were hacked and 23 200 000 XRP was stolen. Upbit exchange did not have a great year either. It was hacked and lost 10 000 ETH.
https://preview.redd.it/djmzr6oavwg41.jpg?width=997&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d08c447c081fd0e4d7f90762c8a66262b6dfb547
There were a lot of attempts to create a digital currency. Not all of them were successful. Finally, Bitcoin appeared and changed the world’s perception of the concept. It came a long way and became a whole industry. It is developing constantly involving more and more people on the way. The list of new cryptocurrencies is expanding rapidly. For the next decade there are still some problems to solve, but nonetheless the future of cryptocurrency seems to be extremely exciting.
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Top crypto events over the last decade

Top crypto events over the last decade

https://preview.redd.it/ekj2hgx8uwg41.png?width=3600&format=png&auto=webp&s=3a28eac66dadcf8d7317d67040769c1d33991137
2020 marks a decade since cryptocurrency became a part of a daily routine. Mass adoption of crypto started with Bitcoin’s appearance in 2009. A lot has happened in the Crypto World since then. Now let’s take a look at the most significant events over the last crypto decade.
  • In 2009 the first block of Bitcoins was mined for a 50 Bitcoins reward. The same year there was the first Bitcoin hard fork which gave us Namecoin.
  • The first exchange appeared in 2010. It was bitcoinmarket.com which doesn’t exist anymore. The same year it was hacked for the first time. This unpleasant event showed the most obvious flaws in the system though. It was rather important to understand all the possible drawbacks, and right up to this moment a lot of efforts are taken to prevent accidents like these.
https://preview.redd.it/qk5yekccuwg41.jpg?width=992&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=8ad280e309b8745fa13e1ffdc7b6cc3260c49ec1
  • 2010 was also a year when investors appeared. A lot of people are looking for an opportunity to invest in crypto now, but it has taken some time to learn that crypto can actually be an investment.
  • 2011 was a year of cryptocurrencies’ debuts. Swiftcoin appeared, and as a result of the second Bitcoin hard fork Litecoin came to the Crypto World.
  • In 2011, a physicist by training, 29-year-old Ross William Ulbricht, registered the Internet community called Silk Road on the anonymous Tor network. It has become one of the largest drug trafficking sites in the world. While the site was working, it managed to serve about a million customers, and the turnover of illicit substances exceeded $200 million. Almost all the payments were made in Bitcoins. In October 2013, the FBI closed the Silk Road and arrested 144,000 bitcoins, which at that time was about $100 million.
  • In 2012 people started talking about Bitcoin. It was even mentioned in some TV shows.
  • 2012 was marked by the birth of XRP.
  • By 2013 there were around 10 cryptocurrency assets.
  • In 2013 arguments about cryptocurrency regulation started. Countries had to find a way to deal with new technologies. Germany, Thailand, and China prohibited the use of cryptocurrencies. At the same time Canada launched the very first Bitcoin ATM.
https://preview.redd.it/wp6ldohduwg41.jpg?width=900&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=168d329de50a6f8b8bb4f7e2fd79c974405d91f0
  • 2014 is famous for the biggest cryptocurrency exchange hack. 850 000 BTC was stolen when the Mt.Gox exchange was hacked.
  • In 2015 several new cryptocurrencies appeared. The Ethereum ecosystem was introduced. Thanks to Ethereum we use smart contracts now.
  • In 2015 the number of Bitcoin ATMs increased, and Argentina started to accept crypto as a payment for taxi rides.
  • In 2015 all the ICOs started. Augur was the first to do this.
  • Starting from 2015 more and more cryptocurrencies appeared. As a result we have 200 000 tokens running on smart contracts now.
  • In 2017 Japan decided to legalize Bitcoin as a payment method. In Norway Bitcoin became an authorized investment and payment.
  • 2017 is famous for the appearance of the most adorable blockchain project, CryptoKitties. It is not a currency, but an asset. The main thing that distinguishes CryptoKitties from all the other tokens is the uniqueness. Usually tokens are interchangeable. The value of your assets is expressed primarily in the number of tokens you have. The value of each CryptoKitty is different. What kinds of CryptoKitties you have is important. So, your only CryptoKitty may cost more than three CryptoKitties of another user. Nonetheless, CryptoKitties are in fact ERC-721 tokens built on the Ethereum blockchain. Everything is administered by smart contracts, and ETH is used for all transactions. CryptoKitties became very famous. Since December 2, new kitties appeared every 15 minutes. They became a powerful tool in showing people how to use blockchain technologies in a fun way. CryptoKitties were so attractive that at a certain moment in 2017 they congested the Ethereum network.
https://preview.redd.it/hnqg73qfuwg41.jpg?width=2500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=4034a666c8b9b2ef14b5e538e31a5ee1c7f2648a
  • 15 November 2018 was the time when BCH hard fork happened. It was a result of the inner conflict between two camps: Roger Ver and Jihan Wu on the one side, and Craig Steven Wright and Calvin Ayre on the other side. This discord was caused by different versions of software. The whole thing culminated in creating BCH with 32 MB block size limit and BSV (Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision) with 128 MB block size limit.
  • 2018 was time for European countries to come together and discuss cryptocurrency regulation.
  • 2019 was not a good year for XRP. In June wallets that were hosted on Gatehub were hacked and 23 200 000 XRP was stolen. Upbit exchange did not have a great year either. It was hacked and lost 10 000 ETH.
https://preview.redd.it/t9zexhphuwg41.jpg?width=997&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=4e17b536c516bf599c2634ba955479131017d8de
There were a lot of attempts to create a digital currency. Not all of them were successful. Finally, Bitcoin appeared and changed the world’s perception of the concept. It came a long way and became a whole industry. It is developing constantly involving more and more people on the way. The list of new cryptocurrencies is expanding rapidly. For the next decade there are still some problems to solve, but nonetheless the future of cryptocurrency seems to be extremely exciting.
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Crypto Telegram Groups

Cryptocurrencies:
@AelfBlockchain - ELF@Aeternity - AE@ArdorPlatform - ARDR@ArkEcosystem - ARK@AugurProject - REP@BATProject - BAT@BeamPrivacy - BEAM@LetsLiveBela - BELA@BitbayOfficial - BCN@Bitcoin - BTC@BitcoinCore - BTC@BitcoinCashFork - BCH@BitcoinGoldHQ - BTG@Bitshares_Community - BTS@BSVChat - BSV@BTTBitTorrent - BTT@BytecoinChat - BCN@BytomInternational - BTM@CallistoNet - CLO@CardanoGeneral - ADA@CentralityOfficialTelegram CENNZ@CloakProject - CLOAK@ChainLinkOfficial - LINK@CosmosProject - ATOM@Counterparty_XCP - XCP@CryptoComOfficial - MCO@CyberMilesToken - CMT@Dash_Chat - DASH@Decred - DCR@Dfinity - DFN@DigiBytecoin - DGB@DigixDAO - DGD@TheDogeHouse - DOGE@Electracoin - ECA@Emercoin_Official - EMC@EnigmaProject - ENG@EOSProject - EOS@EthClassic - ETC@Ether - ETH@EUNOofficial - EUNO@Everipedia - IQ@FactomFCT - FCT@Filecoin - FIL@GnosisPM - GNO@Grincoin - GRIN@Groestl - GRS@Hyperledger@IOTAtangle - IOTA@KomodoPlatform_Official - KMD@KyberNetwork - KNC@LAToken - LA@Litecoin - LTC@MaidSafeCoin - MAID@MakerDAOOfficial - MKR@Monero - XMR@Namecoin - NMC@Navcoin - NAV@Nemred - XEM@Neo_Blockchain - NEO@NervaXNV - XNV@Nimiq - NIM@NxtCommunity - NXT@OmiseGo - OMG@OmniLayer - OMNI@OntologyNetwork - ONT@Peercoin - PPC@PolymathNetwork - POLY@QtumOfficial - QTUM@RavencoinDev - RVN@Ripple - XRP@RSKOfficialCommunity - RIF@Siacoin - SIA@SirinLabs - SRN@Sonm_Eng - SNM@StellarLumens - XLM@StratisPlatform - STRAT@TezosPlatform - XTZ@TronNetworkEN - TRX@UnobtaniumUNO - UNO@Vechain_Official_English - VET@VertcoinCrypto - VTC@Viacoin - VIA@ViberateOfficial - VIB@VSYSOfficialGroup - VSYS@WavesCommunity - WAVES@ZB_English - ZB@ZCashco - ZEC@ZClassicCoin - ZCL@ZCoinProject - XZC

Crypto Communities:
@Aetrader - EN@Allemaalrijk - NL@Altcoins - EN @ArgenPool - ES@AussieCrypto - EN @UKBitcoin - EN@Binarydotcom - EN@BitcoinChat - EN @BitcoinInvestimento - PT @BitNovosti - RU @BitUniverse - EN@BlockhcainMinersGroup - EN@BsodPool - RU@BTCFinland - EN@BTChat - RU@BullBearr - EN@CoinFarm - EN @CoinGecko - EN @CoinMarketCap - EN @CoinPaprika - EN @CrypticIndia - EN@Crypto_CN - ZH @Crypto_ON - RU @CryptoAdvisorOfficial - EN@CryptoAquarium - EN @CryptoBeats - EN @CryptoBoerderij - NL @CryptoCharity - EN@CryptoCoinClub - EN@CryptoExpo_Moscow - RU@CryptoGene - EN@CryptoGifs - EN @CryptoGurusOfficial - EN@CryptoInsidersLobby -@CryptoHispanonet - ES@CryptoMining - EN @CryptoMondayDE - DE@CryptoOnMining - RU@CryptoRomania - RO @CryptoTipsChatFR - EN@CrypVision - DE @ElijaBoomC - EN@FanaticosCriptos - PT @ICOCountdown - EN@ILoveNina - EN@IndiaBits - EN @Kampungkoin - EN@KriptoTurkiye - TR @KryptoCoinsDE - DE@KryptoDETrading - DE @KryptoVerSteuerung - DE@MinerSpeak - EN@MiningBazar - RU @MMCryptoENG - EN@RepublicCrypto - EN@SideChains - EN@SmartContracts - EN@SportsBet - EN @StrapeCharts - EN@TamilBTC - EN@TheCoinFarm - EN @TheCryptoMob - EN@TokenMarket - EN@TrezorTalk - EN@Trollbox - EN @WCSETalks - EN@WhaleClub - EN (Invite Only)@WhaleClubClassRoom - EN@WhalePoolBTC - EN @WhaleTankChat - EN@XMRMine - EN
Crypto News Channels:
@AltCoin - EN@Avalbit - EN@Bit_Novosti - RU @BitcoinBravado - EN @BitcoinChannel - EN@BitcoinExchangeGuide - EN@BitcoinMagazinebot - EN @BitOracle - RU@BitRu - RU@CDiamonds - EN@Coin_Analyse - DE@CoinCentral - EN@CoinDesk - EN @CoinGape - EN@CoinNewsChannel - EN@CoinNewsDE - DE@CoinTelegraph - EN @Cointified - EN @Cripto247 - ES@CriptoNoticias - ES @Crypto_News_Channel - EN@CryptoAlerts - EN @CryptoAMB - EN@CryptoAsiaNews - ZH @CryptoChan - RU@CryptoClubAlerts - EN@CryptoCurrency - EN@CryptoExplorerChannel - EN@CryptoMartez - EN@CryptoNinja_News - EN@CryptoNyka - RU@CryptoRankNews - EN @CryptoSentinel - EN@CryptoSeson2020 - EN@CryptoSlateNews - EN@CryptoSnippets - EN@DecentralBox - DE @ForkLog - RU @JingBao - ZH @Krepta_News - RU@Krypto_Deutschland - DE@KryptoNachrichten - DE@NewCryptoJournal - EN@MGonCrypto - EN @OneMinuteLetter - EN@RichardsCalls - EN@SmartLiquidNews - EN@TheBCJ - RU @TONorg - EN @Unfolded - EN @WhalebotAlerts - EN @Xblockchain - FA

Trading Analysis:
@Altchica - EN@AltcoinWhales - EN @AnhemTrader - VI@Bitafta - EN@CacheStation - EN @Checksig - EN @CryptoCharters - EN @CryptoCredTA - EN @CryptoInMinutes - EN@CryptoScanner100Eyes - EN @ExcavoChannel - EN@KXiantu - ZH @Pierre_Crypt0_Public - EN@PsychoChromatic - EN @SalsaTekila - EN@ScalpingMF - EN@T45Investments - RU@TASmartAlerts - EN@TheLionDen - EN@TraderMillClub - EN@WCSEChannel - EN@WCSERussia - RU@WhaleTank - EN@WinterWolvesTA - EN @WolfPackSignals - EN
Indicator Bots:
@Crypto_Scanner - EN@CryptoQuantBotChannel - EN@BitmexRekts - EN@BounceBotBin - EN@Coin_Pulse - EN@Coin_Pulse_Listing - EN@CoinTrendz - EN @CryptoChan_HighLowPulse - EN @DataLightMe - EN@WallMonitor - EN @Whale_Alert_io - EN @WhaleCalls - EN @WhalepoolBTCFeed - EN @WhaleSniper - EN
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In addition, OOOBTC has is providing order and revolving credit system. typically|this will be} typically a feature not provided by most crypto currency exchanges. OOOBTC revolving credit can change straightforward withdrawal and defrayal of cryptocurrency assets. this might additionally change people with very little} or no or no cryptocurrency data to use and pay cryptocurrencies which could little doubt enhance cryptocurrency adoption. OOOBTC has varied security board situ to stay your assets safe. Security is incredibly necessary for a district of cryptocurrency exchange. OOOBTC uses varied measures like Cloud storage, two factors authentication the user side, etc.
capital controls in a set by most countries to manage the flow of cash and charge high taxes, cryptocurrency gained usage in circumventing capital controls and taxes, resulting in a rise in demand. Cryptocurrency has been able to gift a straightforward to use digital altogether totally different to order currencies. giving resistance transactions and inflation management, investors unit prudent enough to feature these currencies in their wide-ranging portfolios as associate quality, as a result of the dimensions of the market doesn't represent a general risk. Cryptocurrency employs the employment of cryptography that assures high-security processes and verifies transactions personal to every user. Hence, counterfeiting and anonymous transactions unit impossible to attain.
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“Now, the number of cryptocurrencies and exchange platforms unit increasing every year. Currently, their unit one hundred ninety exchanges, compared to seventy exchanges 3 years past, on fifteen March, 2015. Demand to shop for for and sell is additionally growing as a result of the vary of cryptocurrencies and dealing platforms increase.
Their unit presently one,568 totally altogether totally different cryptocurrencies offered, as at twenty-one March, 2018. This breaks all the way right down to 654 tokens and 914 coins. It all started with bitcoin, that was initially free on January nine, 2009, and varied versions launched within the next years. the primary experiments in altcoins started happening in 2011 with Namecoin, iXcoin, SolidCoin et al. being developed and free. Litecoin followed presently once within a constant year.”
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About cryptocurrency

A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets.[1][2][3] Cryptocurrencies use decentralized control as opposed to centralized digital currency and central banking systems.[4]
The decentralized control of each cryptocurrency works through distributed ledger technology, typically a blockchain, that serves as a public financial transaction database.[5]
Bitcoin, first released as open-source software in 2009, is generally considered the first decentralized cryptocurrency.[6] Since the release of bitcoin, over 4,000 altcoins (alternative variants of bitcoin, or other cryptocurrencies) have been created.
In 1983, the American cryptographer David Chaum conceived an anonymous cryptographic electronic money called ecash.[7][8] Later, in 1995, he implemented it through Digicash,[9] an early form of cryptographic electronic payments which required user software in order to withdraw notes from a bank and designate specific encrypted keys before it can be sent to a recipient. This allowed the digital currency to be untraceable by the issuing bank, the government, or any third party.
In 1996, the NSA published a paper entitled How to Make a Mint: the Cryptography of Anonymous Electronic Cash, describing a Cryptocurrency system first publishing it in a MIT mailing list[10] and later in 1997, in The American Law Review (Vol. 46, Issue 4).[11]
In 1998, Wei Dai published a description of "b-money", characterized as an anonymous, distributed electronic cash system.[12] Shortly thereafter, Nick Szabo described bit gold.[13] Like bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that would follow it, bit gold (not to be confused with the later gold-based exchange, BitGold) was described as an electronic currency system which required users to complete a proof of work function with solutions being cryptographically put together and published. A currency system based on a reusable proof of work was later created by Hal Finney who followed the work of Dai and Szabo.[citation needed]
The first decentralized cryptocurrency, bitcoin, was created in 2009 by pseudonymous developer Satoshi Nakamoto. It used SHA-256, a cryptographic hash function, as its proof-of-work scheme.[14][15] In April 2011, Namecoin was created as an attempt at forming a decentralized DNS, which would make internet censorship very difficult. Soon after, in October 2011, Litecoin was released. It was the first successful cryptocurrency to use scrypt as its hash function instead of SHA-256. Another notable cryptocurrency, Peercoin was the first to use a proof-of-work/proof-of-stake hybrid.[16]
On 6 August 2014, the UK announced its Treasury had been commissioned to do a study of cryptocurrencies, and what role, if any, they can play in the UK economy. The study was also to report on whether regulation should be considered.
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bitcoin paypal, bitcoin price gbp, bitcoin price live, bitcoin rate gbp, bitcoin scam, bitcoin server, bitcoin to dollars, bitcoin to usd, bitcoin trade, bitcoin trading, bitcoin trading price ... How doest bitcoin work? CNEX.eu is Europe's Leading Bitcoin Exchange - You can trade Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Namecoin (NMC), Feathercoin (FTC), Peercoin (PPC), Novacoin (NVC), Quarkcoin ... In todays video we take look at the Bitcoin price, the Ethereum Price and I will share the trade of the week !!! Paypal now working together with Paxos. Will Paypal become the biggest exchange ... This is my price analysis video for Litecoin (LTC) cryptocurrency. Both LTC / USD and LTC / BTC pairs are in accumulation phase. This is a great time to get some litecoin if you are a fan of it. # ... How To Buy LiteCoin & Exchange Reviews - LiteCoin For Beginners - Part 2 - Duration: 22:42. ... How To Convert Bitcoin Litecoin Namecoin Novacoin Terracoin Peercoin Feathercoin Primecoin To USD ...

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