Monolith and Tether stablecoins: what they are, how to use them and where to buy them

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What is a stable coin?

Stablecoin (from the English stable coin) is the common name for cryptocurrencies that are tied to stocks of ordinary currencies, precious metals, oil, etc...

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What is Grin cryptocurrency and how is it related to Harry Potter

The full launch of the main Grin token network took place recently – January 15, 2019, but before that, the project had already managed to attract the close attention of the crypto community. The underlying technology, MimbleWimble, so named after a spell from the Harry Potter series of books, was originally developed for implementation on the Bitcoin blockchain...

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Cryptocurrency Dash: coin overview, where to buy, where to sell, dash rate

What is Dash?

Dash (formerly known as Darkcoin and XCoin) is an open decentralized payment system in the form of a cryptocurrency based on the blockchain, using the mechanism of instant and anonymous transactions. Formally, Dash is a fork of Bitcoin (created on the basis of bitcoin), but in practice, it differs significantly from all other altcoins...

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Beam private tokens: what are these coins and why are they needed

On January 3, 2019, Israeli startup Beam launched the main network of the project of the same name – a new cryptocurrency based on the Bitcoin blockchain aimed at ensuring user privacy. The release date was not chosen by chance: it was on this day 10 years ago that the genesis block of bitcoin was created.

Beam tokens use the version of the MimbleWimble protocol, first introduced in 2016...

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Monero cryptocurrency: review, Monero course, where to buy, where to sell

What is Monero?

ByteCoin developers proved to be not the smartest people, having distributed 80% of the bitcoin coins and there was nothing to mine, then the geniuses came up with a re-issue of the coin from scratch: April 14, 2014, the ByteCoin coin forked, which produced the Monero or XMR token.

Monero is on the 14th place at the top of cryptocurrencies and is the most popular anonymous coin wit...

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Monero cryptocurrency: review, Monero course, where to buy, where to sell Part 2

Mining coins

CryptoNote, a protocol that ensures network anonymity, uses the CryptoNight mining algorithm to prove the work done. There are two ways to mine coins: on the processor and video card. Of the two options, only the video card is profitable, so there are not so many options.

How about mining on ASIC? The developers of the token against mining on ASICs and as soon as they find a way to st...

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