Tips for Finding the Next Big Cryptocurrency of 2018

Tips for Finding the Next Big Cryptocurrency of 2018

Tips for Finding the Next Big Cryptocurrency of 2018 Thinking of jumping into the world of digital money? Cryptocurrencies are the wave of the future...
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Cryptocurrency Trading Strategies – A Beginner’s Guide

Cryptocurrency Trading Strategies Cryptocurrencies are like other asset classes in that they trade based on supply and demand. One of the best ways to learn...
Double-Spending Explained

Double-Spending Explained

Double-Spending Explained  Double-spending is a potential problem in which the same digital currency can be spent more than once. This is a flaw that is...

Top 3 Cryptocurrency Trading Tips for Beginners

3 Cryptocurrency Trading Tips In this article I intend to give three cryptocurrency trading tips that you can implement in your cryptocurrency trading strategy. Tips...
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Cryptocurrency Trading: Order Book & Stop Losses Explained

Order Book & Stop Losses Explained The order book & stop loss are two key concepts that any cryptocurrency trader must know if they are to...
What is Bounty0x (Cryptocurrency)?

What is Bounty0x?

What is Bounty0x Bounty0x is a project that aims to create a platform for decentralized bounty management. With Bounty0x, anyone (aka Bounty Hosts) can host...

Bee Token

The Bee Token The Bee Token technology can be divided into two parts, the Beenest dApp and the Bee Protocols; both use the ERC-20 token,...
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Top 4 Bitcoin Blogs

Following on from a previous article that I wrote titled: “4 Cryptocurrency Resources That you Need to Know”, this article will cover 4 Bitcoin...
Cryptocurrency Exchanges: A Complete Beginner's Guide - Mycryptopedia

Cryptocurrency Exchanges: A Beginner’s Guide

Cryptocurrency Exchanges: Beginner's Guide  So you've learned about cryptocurrency, perhaps due to news coverage on the incredible market growth that has occurred in the space,...
What is Ark (Cryptocurrency)? - Mycryptopedia

What is Ark?

What is ARK? ARK is a blockchain platform that is dedicated to increasing cryptocurrency mass adoption by building a user-friendly platform that includes practical services...
Waltonchain

What is Waltonchain?

What is Waltonchain? Waltonchain is a project that combines blockchain technology with Radio-frequency IDentification (RFID) technology to improve supply chain management. Waltonchain also aims to...
What is Dragonchain (Cryptocurrency)? - Mycryptopedia

What is Dragonchain?

What is Dragonchain? Dragonchain serves as a commercial platform that gives real businesses a simpler way to integrate business applications onto a blockchain. The Dragonchain...
Quantstamp Explained - Mycryptopedia

Quantstamp Explained

Quantstamp Explained  Quantstamp is a smart contract security-auditing protocol that is designed to produce an ecosystem of secure smart contracts in a scalable and cost-effective...
VeChain Explained - Mycryptopedia

What is VeChain?

What is VeChain (VEN)?  VeChain is a blockchain-enabled platform that is designed to enhance supply chain management processes. By utilizing tamper-proof and distributed ledger technology,...
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Stellar Lumens (XLM) Explained

Stellar Lumens Explained Stellar is a distributed hybrid blockchain platform that aims to help facilitate cross-asset transfer of value at a fraction of a penny....
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RaiBlocks Explained

RaiBlocks Explained  Raiblocks has now officially been re-branded to NANO A problem currently facing popular blockchains such as Bitcoin is the issue of scalability. The architecture of...
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Request Network Explained

Request Network Explained Typically touted as PayPal 2.0, Request Network is a decentralized payment system that allows anyone to request payments from an individual or...
Monero Ring Signature Explained - Mycryptopedia

Monero Ring Signature Explained

Monero Ring Signature Explained  Monero utilizes ring signature technology to protect a user’s privacy in the input side of a transaction. A ring signature is...
Byzantine Fault Tolerance and The Byzantine Generals' Problem - Mycryptopedia

Byzantine Fault Tolerance and The Byzantine Generals’ Problem

Byzantine Fault Tolerance Byzantine Fault Tolerance is the characteristic of a system e.g. a distributed system, that is able to tolerate the class of failures...
Full Node and Lightweight Node - Mycryptopedia

Full Node and Lightweight Node

Full Node A node is any computer that is connected to a cryptocurrency network, for example, any computer connected to the Bitcoin network can be...
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Mempool Explained

Mempool Explained Typically associated with the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, when a transaction has been conducted over a network, it is transmitted and held in what is...
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Waves Platform Explained

What is the WAVES Platform? WAVES is a decentralized blockchain platform that allows for the creation of custom blockchain tokens. This in effect allows users...
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TenX: Spendable Cryptocurrency

TenX: Spendable Cryptocurrency  TenX is a cryptocurrency payment platform that consists of a digital wallet and physical bank card. A bank card allows the holder...
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Paper Wallets Explained

Paper Wallets Explained Even for people who understand a great deal about bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general, storage can be a complicated concept. It usually...
Multisignature Technology Explained

Multisignature Technology Explained

Multisignature Technology Explained Standard transactions on cryptocurrency networks can be called single-signature transactions, because they require only one digital signature for funds to be transferred....
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4 Cryptocurrency Resources That you Need to Know

Cryptocurrency Resources Learning about cryptocurrency and blockchain technology is an ongoing thing; you never really stop learning. And so, here is a short list of...

Merkle Tree & Merkle Root Explained

Merkle Tree & Merkle Root Explained A Merkle tree, or binary hash tree, involves taking large amounts data and making it more manageable to process....
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Beginner’s Introduction to Lisk

 What is Lisk? A fork of the Crypti project, Lisk (LSK) is a blockchain platform that allows developers to create their own decentralized blockchain applications...
Ethereum Classic Explained

Ethereum Classic Explained

Ethereum Classic Explained  Ethereum Classic is a public, decentralized platform that operates on smart contract functionality. It came into existence following the hack of the...
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Tether Explained

Tether Explained Given the recent speculation that has surrounded Tether, I thought it would be appropriate to take a detailed look at what exactly Tether...

Why the Confido Scam Is Good for Crypto

Why the Confido Scam Is Good for Crypto For those that do not know, Confido was an ICO project that worked by using smart contracts...

Bitcoin is Silently Losing the War to Privacy Coins

The War Against Privacy CoinsPrivacy and fungibility have always been an under-the-surface issue for Bitcoin. There have always been far more serious issues that...
Cryptocurrency Spotlight: Zcash

Cryptocurrency Spotlight: Zcash

Cryptocurrency Spotlight: Zcash Founded by Zooko Wilcox, Zcash is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency that allows for private transactions to occur on its blockchain. Like Bitcoin, Zcash...
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An Opinion Piece: Bitcoin Cash

Bisola Asolo is a Co-Founder and writer at Mycryptopedia. His views do not necessarily represent the views of Mycryptopedia as an organisation.In this opinion...
Crypto Mining Scripts

Crypto Mining Scripts

Crypto Mining Scripts A crypto mining script is a function that is placed on a website, and makes use of a website visitor’s central processing...
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Qtum Explained

What is Qtum? Qtum is a Singaporean based, open-source project that combines Bitcoin’s Unspent Transaction Output (UTXO) model with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). The...
Cryptocurrency Spotlight: STEEM

Cryptocurrency Spotlight: STEEM

What Is STEEM? Created by Ned Scott and Dan Larimer, STEEM is a cryptocurrency that is used to power Steemit, an incentivized blockchain based social...
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Breakdown: SegWit2X

SegWit2X With the upcoming hard fork of Bitcoin to its SegWit2X counterpart, there are two distinct differences between the fork (SegWit2X), and Bitcoin. These two...
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Scaling Bitcoin: The New York Agreement Explained

Scaling Bitcoin: The New York Agreement Explained The New York Agreement is a scaling agreement that was brokered by Barry Silbert’s Digital Currency Group, and...
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Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) Explained

Delegated Proof-of-Stake Invented by Daniel Larimer, Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) is an alternative consensus mechanism that requires coin holders to vote for “delegates”, who are then...
Sharding: The Solution to Ethereum's Scalability Problem?

Sharding: The Solution to Ethereum’s Scalability Problem?

Sharding: The Solution to Ethereum's Scalability Problem? There really is no questioning the innovative nature of the Ethereum blockchain. Its smart contracts functionality has facilitated...
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Replay Attacks and How They Can Affect You

Replay Attacks The issue of replay attacks typically increase in importance when a hard fork is imminent. This is because in the event of a...
Ethereum's ERC20 Token Standard

Ethereum’s ERC20 Token Standard

Ethereum's ERC20 Token Standard  The Ethereum blockchain distinguishes itself from other blockchains with its innovative decentralized application (DApp) functionality. Using tokens, developers can build and...
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Block Size Explained

Block Size Explained This article will take a comprehensive look into what exactly the block size is, the issues that arise as the block size...
Orphan, Uncle & Genesis Blocks Explained

Orphan, Uncle & Genesis Blocks Explained

Orphan, Uncle & Genesis Blocks There are many different types of blocks in the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology space, but few people actually understand what...
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Altcoins Breakdown: Bitcoin’s Contenders

Altcoins The first thing that people normally hear about when they learn about cryptocurrency is Bitcoin. As they become more involved in the space, they...
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Everything You Need to Know About Stealth Addresses

 Stealth Addresses Stealth addresses is a method by which additional security can be granted to user of a cryptocurrency. For example, if Alice wanted to...
A Look At Decentralized Exchanges

Decentralized Exchanges Vs. Centralized Exchanges

Decentralization is the very process of distributing decision making powers from central authority. One of the more attractive features of cryptocurrency is that it...
51 Percent Attack

51 Percent Attack Explained

A 51 percent attack refers to an individual miner, or group of miners controlling more than 50% of a network’s mining hash rate or...
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The Blockchain Solution to DDoS Attacks

This article will be exploring the blockchain solution to DDoS attacks. It will delve into what exactly DDoS attacks are, and why they are...