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What are Bitcoin Confidential Transactions?

What are Confidential Transactions? Last Updated: 30th October 2018 Conceived by former Bitcoin developer, Adam Back, a confidential transaction (CT) is a method of increasing the privacy...
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Dash InstantSend Explained

Dash InstantSend Explained  Last Updated: 1st November 2018 InstantSend is a feature of the Dash protocol that utilizes transaction locking and masternode consensus to facilitate instantaneous...
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IOTA Microtransactions Explained

IOTA Microtransactions Explained  Last Updated: 30th October 2018 A microtransaction, in the context of digital currencies, refers to any transaction that is relatively small in value;...
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Bitcoin Schnorr Signatures Explained

Bitcoin Schnorr Signatures Explained Last Updated: 16th February 2019 Named after its inventor, Claus-Peter Schnorr, Schnorr signatures are a method of improving the capacity of the...
Stellar Anchor

What is a Stellar Anchor?

What is a Stellar Anchor? Last Updated: 1st November 2018 A Stellar anchor is a trusted entity on the Stellar network that is permitted to hold user’s...
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Proof of Importance Explained

Proof of Importance Explained  Last Updated: 1st November 2018 Proof of importance is a blockchain consensus algorithm that was first introduced by NEM. Proof of Importance...
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Mimblewimble, The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

Mimblewimble, The Ultimate Beginner's Guide Mimblewimble is a protocol that was put forward by an anonymous user in a Bitcoin developers chatroom by the name...
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Monero Ring Signature Explained

Monero Ring Signature Explained  Last Updated: 1st November 2018 Monero utilizes ring signature technology to protect a user’s privacy in the input side of a transaction....
Blockchain oracles

Blockchain Oracles Explained

Blockchain Oracles Explained Last Updated: 19th December 2018 A blockchain oracle is a third-party information source that has the sole function of supplying data to blockchains...
Zcash Shielded & Transparent Addresses Explained

Zcash Shielded & Transparent Addresses Explained

Zcash Shielded & Transparent Addresses Explained Last Updated: 1st November 2018 The Zcash protocol currently supports two types of addresses: “t-addr”, or transparent addresses and “z-addr”,...

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How To Start Trading Crypto: 14 Useful Tips

How To Start Trading Crypto: 14 Useful Tips So you've decided to start trading crypto… congratulations! Now that you're looking to get into the exciting...