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Alphr

What is Ripple and XRP?

The word Ripple usually causes an immediate negative reaction by many cryptocurrency advocates, loved by some, hated by many, Ripple is a controversial theme in

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Amir Bandeali

What is 0X Protocol (ZRX) ?

An Open Protocol For Decentralized Exchange On The Ethereum Blockchain Øx is an open protocol that facilitates low friction peer-to-peer exchange of ERC20 tokens on

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Benedict O'Nneill

What is RSC ? The Ronaldinho Soccer Coins

On July 6, a company called WSC (World Soccer Coin) announced the launch of a “revolutionary soccer business” in cooperation with Ronaldinho. Offering both “digital

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CCG

What is Digibyte (DGB) ?

Digibyte has certainly had their ups and downs over the years, and they may not be as exciting as a shiny new ICO, but they

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CCG

What is Sia?

If you’re wondering what Sia project is all about, here is the short version, Sia stores tiny pieces of your files on dozens of nodes

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CCG

What is AION?

The first-generation blockchain projects were created as alternative currency projects, secured by cryptography and able to record peer-to-peer transactions on a publicly available distributed ledger

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Sudhir Khatwani

What is Qtum?

What Is QTUM? QTUM is an open-source blockchain and cryptocurrency developed/maintained by the QTUM foundation. It is a decentralized Blockchain application platform, capable of running smart contracts on multiple virtual

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Mark Gill

What Is BitShares (BTS)?

BitShares (BTS) is an open source financial platform and decentralized exchange on the blockchain. Launched in July 2014, it seeks to remove much of the

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CCG

What is Bytecoin (BCN)?

Bitcoin, and most other altcoins, provide better anonymity than transactions with fiat currency (for example, paying with credit cards). Still, with enough analysis, a wallet’s

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