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An A-Z of Cryptocurrency – I is for ICO

Cryptocurrency ICO | Magazine

An initial coin offering (ICO) is a means of crowdfunding centered around cryptocurrency, which can be a source of capital for startup companies. In an ICO, a quantity of cryptocurrency is preallocated to investors in the form of "tokens," in exchange for legal tender or other established cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin or Ethereum. These tokens become functional units of currency if or when the ICO's

An A-Z of Cryptocurrency – A is for Altcoin

Cryptocurrency Altcoin | Magazine

An altcoin is a term used to refer to a form of cryptocurrency other than Bitcoin. The term is a blend of the words alternative and coin, and is a name given to derivatives of the decentralised cryptocurrency Bitcoin. Ripple and Stellar are two examples of popular altcoins, whilst the

Types of Cryptocurrencies – A Beginner’s Guide

Crypto Farm | Magazine

2018 will be the year of Crypto-Currencies. Don’t fret if people keep talking about it this year and you have no clue, Magazine's Crypto-Currency feature will give you guidance that will change you from being a beginner to an expert. You will be using the slang that will not

Crypto Currency Special Feature

Crypto-Currency Special | Magazine

2017 was a rollercoaster year for Crypto-Currency, with trading surging to record highs. Although there has been some resettling of the market in the early part of this year, one thing is for sure - Crypto-Currency is here to stay, and things are only going to get better. For entrepreneurs

The Integration of Financial Instruments into Crypto Economy

Crypto Currency | Magazine

"At its core, bitcoin is a smart currency designed by very forward-thinking engineers. It eliminates the need for banks, gets rid of credit card fees, currency exchange fees, money transfer fees, and reduces the need for lawyers in transitions... all good things." Peter Diamandis Real world financial instruments have helped parties


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