Bitcoin (BTC)

Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency to successfully record transactions on a secure, decentralized blockchain-based network. Launched in early 2009 by its pseudonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto

Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is a cryptocurrency that intends to offer an alternative to the world's oldest & most widely traded cryptocurrency, Bitcoin (BTC).

Lightning Network

lightning network is a second layer technology applied to bitcoin that uses micropayment channels to scale its blockchain's capability to conduct transactions more efficiently.

Bitcoin Gold

Bitcoin Gold is the result of a hard fork of Bitcoin on October 24th 2017 with the intention to reform the mining process to reduce centralization of large businesses by changing the mining algorithm.

Litecoin Testnet

Litecoin Testnet uses an alternate blockchain that is set aside for testing and experimental purposes. The coins have no monetary value and the developers may reset the chain in future versions of the client.

Monero

Monero (XMR) is a decentralized digital currency that focuses on protecting privacy through ring signatures, ring confidential transactions (RingCT), and stealth addresses.

Tether USD

USDT-ERC20 is the USDT issued by Tether based on the ETH network. Its deposit address is the ETH address, with deposits and withdrawals taking place on the ETH network.

Litecoin

Litecoin is a cryptocurrency launched in late 2011 by former Google and Coinbase engineer Charlie Lee. To create Litecoin, Lee copied the Bitcoin codebase, increased the total supply.

Dash

Dash gives you the freedom to move your money any way you want. Grab a coffee, split a check, or pay your phone bill. Dash moves money anywhere, to anyone, instantly, for less than a cent.

Dogecoin

Dogecoin emerged in 2013 as a joke. It was created by Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus to satirize the growth of altcoins by making the doge internet meme into a cryptocurrency.

Ether Classic

Ethereum Classic (ETC) is a decentralised, blockchain-based, open-source computing platform, as well as a cryptocurrency. It allows developers to build and deploy smart contracts

Ether

Ether is the cryptocurrency built on top of the open source Ethereum blockchain, which runs smart contracts. The cryptocurrency acts as a fuel that allows smart contracts to run unlike bitcoin.

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