About Cryptocurrency

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All about Cryptocurrency : Guides, ICO´s, resources, tutorials, marketing tools, tips & tricks for Crypto Webmasters .

Read what is happening with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin & other cryptocurrenciens.

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Cryptocurrency Webmaster Blog

Feb 21, 2018
Cryptocurrency Webmaster Blog

Cryptocurrency News, ICO´s, guides, resources, tutorials, marketing tools, tips & tricks for Crypto Webmasters

News from the world of cryptocurrency. Read what is happening with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin & other cryptocurrenciens.

Cryptocurrency Webmaster Blog

How Signals Network want to revolutionize crypto trading

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How Signals Network want to revolutionize crypto trading

Signals is a futuristic marketplace where you can discover, create and monetize cryptocurrency trading strategies driven by machine learning.

The crypto currency market is booming and becomes more and more complex. At the same time, more and more people are becoming cryptotraders. While machine learning methods can help a great deal not only in decision making but also in market monitoring, most people nowadays rely on nothing but their gut.

Signals.Network (SGN) is an abbreviation of Signals network, which is nothing but a platform for data science. This exclusive platform assists the users in various trading-related aspects such as the creation, discovery, and monetization of cryptocurrencies. These aspects usually involve enhanced computing power, crowd knowledge, and machine learning. Visit Website

Buy & sell a large variety of cryptocurrency at Litebit: User friendly platform for beginners

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Buy & sell a large variety of cryptocurrency at Litebit: User friendly platform for beginners

Excellent broker with unique features :Litebit is a Dutch broker where you can buy and sell extremely fast different cryptocurrency with popular payment methods. They have a wide variety of more than 50 different cryptocurrency which you can buy instantly and transfer to your wallet.

On this broker’s website you’ll immediately see the value of all the coins and the prices are updated in real time. One of the differences with a regular exchange is that Litebit manages the stock by itself.

This makes it possible to pay with known popular methods and send the cryptos instantly.

Vestarin Marketplace for Cryptocurrencies

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Vestarin Marketplace for Cryptocurrencies

BlockChain based platform for shopping and merchants for ICO and Investors, for head hunting and specialists. Vestarin platform It is a marketplace for goods & services also a platform for cryptonetworking, not only for specialists, but for novices as well.

Learn more about all the possibilities of the new age platform Vestarin on the website.

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How cryptocurrency works, where to buy it, and which ones you should invest in

Cryptocoins, also called cryptocurrency or crypto, are a form of digital currency powered by blockchain technology. Cryptocoins do not have a physical, real-world equivalent. There are no actual coins that represent cryptocurrency value, however, some replicas have been made for promotional purposes or as a visualization tool. Cryptocoins are purely digital.

Where Can I Buy & Sell Bitcoin, Ethereum, & Other Coins?

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What is blockchain?

***Blockchain technology* backs up Bitcoin to this day, but there’s been a recent groundswell of interest from a variety of industries in making distributed ledger technology work.**

A blockchain is the structure of data that represents a financial ledger entry, or a record of a transaction. Each transaction is digitally signed to ensure its authenticity and that no one tampers with it, so the ledger itself and the existing transactions within it are assumed to be of high integrity. - read more

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What is a 'Cryptocurrency'

Discover what cryptocurrencies are, where they come from and why they’re so popular. *A cryptocurrency *is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography for security.

A cryptocurrency is difficult to counterfeit because of this security feature. A defining feature of a cryptocurrency, and arguably its most endearing allure, is its organic nature; it is not issued by any central authority, rendering it theoretically immune to government interference or manipulation. - Read more

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What is Ethereum?

Ethereum’s “ether” (ETH) is one of the top cryptocurrencies. Ethereum is an open-source, public, blockchain-based, distributed, smart contract system.

Ether is the name for the token/cryptocurrency that is native to Ethereum’s smart contract platform (just like Bitcoin is the token native to Bitcoin’s blockchain).- Read more

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What are Bitcoins?

Bitcoins are electronic currency, otherwise known as 'cryptocurrency'. Bitcoins are a form of digital public money that is created by painstaking mathematical computations and policed by millions of computer users called 'miners'.

Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. Bitcoins aren’t printed, like dollars or euros – they’re produced by people, and increasingly businesses, running computers all around the world, using software that solves mathematical problems. Read more

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What is Litecoin?

Litecoin is a decentralized digital currency like Bitcoin. It uses the same encryption techniques to transfer and create funds and to confirm transactions. The main difference between Bitcoin and Litecoin is that Litecoin has a larger amount of coins that can be created and it has faster transaction rates.

Next to the very similar cryptocurrency Bitcoin, Litecoin has one of the highest largest market capitalizations of any coin and it has longevity. These above facts makes Litecoin one of the better cryptocurrencies in which to invest in (this being true from about 2015 to 2017; one can’t speak to the future). Read more

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Hard Forks in Cryptocurrency

Hard Forks in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Other Cryptocurrencies: A hard fork is a term that describes a major change to blockchain protocol which make previously invalid blocks/transactions valid (or vice-versa). This can be used to keep the same coin with major changes to the blockchain, or to create a new coin.

*In simple terms: *A hard fork is when a single cryptocurrency splits in two. It occurs when a cryptocurrency’s existing code is changed, resulting in both an old and new version. Meanwhile a soft fork is essentially the same thing, but the idea is that only one blockchain (and thus one coin) will remain valid.

So both forks create a split, but a hard fork is meant to create two blockchain/coins and a soft fork is meant to result in one. Segwit was a soft fork, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, and Segwit2x are all hard forks. Read more

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Cryptocurrency Scams & Phishing Warning: How Do Phishing Scams Work?

As blockchain technology strides forward, it has not been spared of malicious, opportunistic entities looking to make quick bucks off investors. The cryptocurrency industry is particularly attractive—with users getting more active in online trading and storing their money in web exchanges, the potential incentives become worthwhile for predators.

Scammers will pick a well known social identity that has a lot of value tied to it. For example, MEW (My Ether Wallet) is a very popular choice for investing in both Ethereum and ERC-20 tokens. Many users use this service as a way to invest early in ICO’s - read more

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How Do Cryptocurrencies Work?

From buying a cup of delicious coffee to paying for a plane ticket to making tuition payments to crowdfunding incredible inventions and projects, cryptocurrencies are changing the way we make financial transactions, and the technology behind them is said to transform the world.

But how do cryptocurrencies work and how do they differ from other alternative currencies and virtual currencies? This article from Jincor Team provides answers to these and other questions. Read more

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