Terra is a network that allows for the creation of various decentralized stablecoins. LUNA is the native utility token of Terra and is needed to create such stablecoins.
Flexa is a payment application that allows instant and feeless payments in various cryptocurrencies that are instantly converted into fiat. This makes it easier for merchants to accept crypto payments.
Aavegotchis are where NFTs and DeFi meet. This guide covers how you can get your hands on these collectible, yield-farming pixel ghosts.
Balancer is a decentralized exchange on Ethereum that can be used as an automated portfolio manager. BAL is its governance token and has a lot of potential to gain value.
Bitpanda is a very popular crypto exchange in Europe. It is easy to use and offers many different cryptocurrencies as well as fractional stocks and ETFs.
Yearn.finance is a yield-farming protocol on Ethereum that can be used to automatically invest your cryptocurrencies into the DeFi project that currently pays the highest interest.
Maker is a DeFi protocol on Ethereum through which users can lock up their cryptocurrency to mint a unique stablecoin called DAI. MKR is the governance token of Maker and has many use cases within its ecosystem.
Compound is a lending and borrowing application on the Ethereum blockchain. It is well established in the DeFi sector. COMP is its governance token.
Chiliz is a blockchain through which football fans can buy and sell "fan tokens" that make it possible for them to own a part of their favourite sport clubs. CHZ is the native cryptocurrency used by Chiliz.
Ethereum Classic is a cryptocurrency, a smart-contract platform, and the original Ethereum.
Are you interested in cryptocurrency but find the whole process a bit intimidating? Join me as I take the easy road into learning the basics about cryptocurrency in simple, non-technical language.
Dollar-Cost Averaging (DCA) is the process of periodically investing the same amount of money in a security over time. That way, you can avoid accidentally buying at the top. It's common to do this with stocks and funds, but you can also do it with cryptocurrencies.
What is a Cryptocurrency Wallet and why do you need one? What kinds of wallets exist?
After bitcoin reached a record high in January 2021, stories are coming out of people losing millions in wealth due to losing ther passwords or throwing out their laptops.
Bitcoin has been metaphorically soaring to the stars, and one may readily ask oneself "why"? Alex goes into possible answers to this question.
Clearing out all the chaff and breaking down Bitcoin investment into three simple things to know.
Bitcoin is steadily going back up again. Is this a sign that Bitcoin will be worth more than its' last high? Is Bitcoin still a good investment? Alex plunges into these questions.
Bitcoin is often seen as the face of the Crypto market, but it is at risk of being replaced by coins with far superior technologies. Here are the possible candidates that could replace it.
Withdrawing your winnings from Bovada can seem like a daunting task at first. This article will show you the fastest way to get your money using Bitcoin.
Most people heard about cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin but few know about the blockchain, the technology that powers all cryptocurrencies. The blockchain is a new disruptive technology that will change everything in tech and finance.
Two fundamental cryptographic concepts hold the blockchain together. Digital Signature and Hashing ensure that the transactions on a Blockchain are only carried out by legitimate persons, and that the records remain free from manipulation.
There are two main cryptographic concepts that form the basis of a Blockchain network. The first is hashing, and the second is digital signatures. A digital signature proves the identity of a sender with the private key that claims ownership of assets described in a transaction.
This essay examines how blockchain technology and cryptocurrency will affect banking, commerce, and your money.
Blockchain uses public-key cryptography (asymmetric key algorithms) to protect transaction messages across the network. In blockchain, digital signatures based upon public-key cryptography are used to prove that a message originates from a specific person and no one else.
This article offers a simple explanation of a fundamental aspect of Blockchain: cryptography based on digital signatures. You will be introduced to both symmetric and asymmetric key cryptographies.