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Seven Interesting dApps to Earn Cryptocurrency

Seven Interesting dApps to Earn Cryptocurrency

DApps also known as decentralized applications run applications on a peer to peer network with Blockchain technology hence leading to a more decentralized manner of deployment. The code of the application is made available to everyone thanks to dApps being open source. Most of the dApps are run by cryptocurrency tokens, with a system to...

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Mining Alternatives to MinerGate in 2018

Mining Alternatives to MinerGate in 2018

What is cryptocurrency pool mining?  In the early years of bitcoin, anyone could mine effectively with a CPU. However, as the market grew, so did mining technologies. Now, it is unprofitable to mine with a CPU as there are faster, more efficient, and expensive technologies in the market that dedicate all their resources to crypto...

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Interesting Privacy Cryptocurrencies to Use in 2018

Interesting Privacy Cryptocurrencies to Use in 2018

Privacy Cryptocurrencies are becoming quite popular given the emergence of user’s understanding of privacy to information, transactions, and data. A lot of cryptocurrencies claim to be anonymous and untraceable when in fact public records are left behind sharing previous transactions, along with balances of cryptocurrencies in the transactor’s wallet. Privacy Cryptocurrencies are a segment of...

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10 Past ICOs With a High Return on Investment

10 Past ICOs With a High Return on Investment

Investing in new tokens can be a way of getting a good amount of money fast, but it is also extremely risky because you don’t have any guarantee that the cryptocurrency that you invested in will have a bright future and will increase in price more than the ICO one. Therefore, investors dedicate their time...

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Monero vs Verge – A Comparison on Privacy

Monero vs Verge – A Comparison on Privacy

Privacy Coins The Blockchain was created to have a public ledger with transactions. But, what many tend to forget is that public records of transactions remain behind on the Blockchain. Thus details such as cryptocurrency balances along with transaction history are available to anyone. Privacy coins take anonymity to another level. And they’re much favored...