What’s the next Bitcoin? 5 Cryptocurrencies to Keep an Eye On

Bitcoin began a revolution in decentralization and transparency, and will always be remembered for creating massive wealth for early adopters. While Bitcoin still dominates cryptocurrency markets, with a bit over 50% of the total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies being in Bitcoin, there have been signs that it might be losing its tight grip as the top gaining cryptocurrency.

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What is Ethos? Complete Review

The exponential growth of the cryptocurrency industry automatically translates to an increasing number of solution providers that are attached to this sector.

While this promises the existence of new businesses and in turn better solutions for the end users, it also means a more saturated space for said startups, who find themselves in a highly competitive environment. Anything they do could be easily outshone by the next provider, making their own growth a very difficult feat to achieve.

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What are Blockchain Oracles?

A blockchain oracle is designed to provide smart contracts on blockchains with data from an outside, or third-party source. Because smart contracts are simply self-executing code they take the data from the oracle and evaluate it before adding it to their execution flow where appropriate. This is intended to give smart contracts an increased flexibility and utility as they will be able to use third-party data seamlessly.

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Centralized and Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchanges

If you’re just getting into cryptocurrency trading, or even if you’re highly experienced, there’s no doubt you could be overwhelmed by the over 1,600 digital currencies and more than 200 exchanges you can trade them on. And while there are similarities, each exchange is different. The one similarity that does distinguish the exchanges though is whether they are centralized exchanges or decentralized exchanges.

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What is a DAICO: How does a DAICO work?

By far the most popular way to date to fund new blockchain projects has been the initial coin offering (ICO). It’s so popular that in 2017 nearly $4 billion was raised through ICOs, but so far in the first half of 2018 (through June 30, 2018) over $12 billion has been raised through ICOs. The problem with the ICO process is that it is fraught with hackers, frauds and mediocre projects.

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