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What Are Stealth Addresses?

Stealth Addresses Last Updated: 1st November 2018 Stealth addresses are a method by which additional security can be granted to the recipient of a digital currency...
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Breakdown: Mining Pools

Breakdown: Mining Pools Last Updated: 1st November 2018 Mining pools consist of a collection of miners who have pooled their resources together in-order to mine a...
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IOTA Explained

IOTA Explained Last Updated: 1st November 2018 IOTA is an open-source distributed ledger that aims to usher in the age of the machine economy, by serving...
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What Are Atomic Swaps?

Atomic Swaps Last Updated: 1st November 2018 Atomic swaps of coins, or atomic cross-chain trading, is the exchange of one cryptocurrency to another cryptocurrency without the...
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What is a Whitepaper?

What is a Whitepaper? Last Updated: 1st November 2018 In the cryptocurrency space, a whitepaper is a document presented by a start-up with the intention of...
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What is Segregated Witness?

What is Segregated Witness? Last Updated: 1st November 2018 Segregated Witness, or SegWit, is a soft fork method that can be used to increase the capacity...
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What Affects The Price of Cryptocurrencies?

What Affects The Price of Cryptocurrencies? Last Updated: 1st November 2018 The price of cryptocurrencies, like any other asset class, are driven by a multitude of...

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Bitcoin Algorithm Explained

Bitcoin Algorithm Explained The Bitcoin algorithm is an essential element in the validation of Bitcoin transactions (called Proof of work) and mining of new Bitcoin....