Blockchain, cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Ethereum. Surely, if you have entered the internet, or left home, at some point you have heard reference to the aforementioned terms.
Altcoins is the term used to differentiate all alternative cryptocurrencies from Bitcoin. These cryptocurrencies are similar to BTC, since they are also distributed in blockchains or Blockchain.
There is a basic concept in the crypto world that talks about the decentralization of Bitcoin and the fact that it is a digital currency that is not regulated by any government entity; this means that there is no one who can regulate the value it has, nor can they do anything to control its falls or rises.
Since its launch, Monero has had a focus on privacy, thanks to the use of the CryptoNight algorithm. In 2017, the project included a new cloaking algorithm – called Ring Signatures – to make transactions even more private. Shortly later in the same year, the Ring Confidential Transactions was added, which hides the transferred amounts.
Binance officially announced this Monday that it will eliminate four cryptocurrencies from its platform starting December 7.
Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, is an attractive investment opportunity for those looking to diversify their portfolios and potentially generate high returns. In this article, we will explore why you should consider investing in Ethereum in 2023.
Satoshi Nakamoto is the name by which the creator or creators of Bitcoin are known. We say creator or creators of Bitcoin because it is not known for sure if Satoshi Nakamoto is the name of a single person or the creators of Bitcoin.
Caroline Ellison is the CEO of Alameda Research, a trading company created by Sam Bankman-Fried and working alongside FTX. According to the investigation that is being carried out, it was Ellison who financed Alameda, using funds from FTX client accounts, in addition to which it has been revealed that Caroline Ellison and Bankman-Fried have a close relationship.
Bitcoin is a virtual currency that appeared in 2009 and that is intangible, that is; that cannot be touched or felt like the bill that is known today.