Vertcoin is one of those cryptocurrencies that predates the FOMO and FUD, airdrops and ICOs that have come to characterize cryptocurrencies. In a very similar fashion to Bitcoin, Vertcoin was simply released as an open-source project on Github, and from there a community of volunteers and miners have ensured the longevity of this coin.
As you’ve probably heard time and time again, security is (or should be) your number one concern when it comes to your cryptocurrencies. Keeping your assets safe isn’t always easy, but there are two great products that have made it easier.
Let’s have a look at these two cryptocurrency storage options that together have kept tens, if not hundreds, of millions of dollars in cryptocurrencies safe from the predations of hackers.
In June 2018, CryptoStrikers made cryptocurrency headlines when it was announced that it will be the first startup to be supported by Status Incubate, the startup assistance program by the Status blockchain.
Verge became one of the most talked about cryptocurrencies in early 2018 as it climbed higher during the first quarter of the year while the broader markets were falling sharply. In fact, Verge (XVG) was one of only two cryptocurrencies to put in a positive performance in the first quarter of 2018.
While IQ Option isn’t strictly a Cryptocurrency trading site, it does allow for trading of cryptocurrencies, and so much more. Clients can choose between trading cryptocurrencies, forex, commodities, options, ETFs and stocks (CFDs).
While that was proven to be correct with multiple projects and decentralized applications (DApps) originating from Ethereum within a few months of its launch, not many could have seen it coming that those projects and DApps would themselves be able to serve the same purpose as Ethereum in the future, albeit for different sub-segments.
The Lisk network is a competitor to Ethereum and NEO. Basically, it’s another decentralized application (dApp) network that’s using smart contracts, sidechains, and the LSK token to power the network.
TenX has an ambitious vision to become the only platform necessary to create a bridge between the cryptocurrency ecosystems and the global payment systems already in place. Doing this will make all your blockchain assets spendable in an easy, seamless fashion at any location that already accepts credit or debit cards.
There are many different cryptocurrency exchanges, some are smaller, and some are the top players in the field. Today we’ll be looking at one of the cryptocurrency exchanges that has long held a position in the top ten volume exchanges – Bithumb.
Bithumb is a cryptocurrency exchange based in South Korea, and based on data provided by Coinmarketcap.com it is the seventh largest exchange by 24-hour volume as of October 2018. If you look at the 7-day or 30-day volume it becomes the fifth largest exchange.
Bytecoin is one of the older cryptocurrencies that have been released, and possibly the oldest of the privacy-centric cryptocurrencies as you’ll see later in this article.