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What is Waves Coin?

A platform which makes it easy to create your own crypto token in a very user friendly way and provides a decentralised exchange for these tokens. Consensus Leased PoS Current Use Crowdfunding Risks Eliminating all...

BitShares (BTS)

Another crypto founded by Dan Larimer. Bitshares is a decentralised exchange which has the benefits of increased security and equality between market orders (No high frequency trading, front...

What is BitConnect (BCC)?

Bitconnect claims to offer a guaranteed return on investment if you ‘stake’ your BCC for at least 15 days. There is no whitepaper and...

What is EOS (EOS)?

EOS aims to be the “operating system” on which other blockchains can more easily be built. You can think about it like a current...

What is QTUM (QTUM)?

QTUM is a Singapore based Ethereum competitor aimed at businesses. Built from the Bitcoin core code with a secondary layer which allows it to use Virtual...

What is Stratis (STRAT)?

Stratis aims to provide a platform for businesses to build their own blockchain solutions to problems as varied as supply chain management to the...

What is OmiseGo (OMG)?

OmiseGo is a DApp built on the Ethereum blockchain. It is part of the parent company Omise which is payment gateway provider aiming at...

What is Monero (XMR)?

Monero’s main focus is on privacy and true decentralisation. The development team have prioritised the improvement of their privacy technology over marketing and user friendliness which allows it...

What is NEO (NEO)?

Often touted as “The Ethereum of China”. While NEO uses Smart Contracts and provides a platform for the creation of Dapps it has an added clear focus on...

What is IOTA (IOTA)?

IOTA is unique among the cryptos as it doesn’t use blockchain technology but a “Tangle Network” which allows instant, free transactions with the intention...
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