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Cryptocurrency (or crypto) can be confusing, but should not be disregarded. Learn how digital assets are at the forefront of innovation and technology.  

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Earn Interest with BlockFi

High yield savings accounts with banks have rapidly decreased due to the fed cutting rates. However, you can earn interest with BlockFi, up to 8.6% on your crypto holdings.

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Ripple Swell 2019 Recap

Ripple had their annual Swell Conference November 7th-8th in Singapore this year. Let’s recap some of the highlights from the 2019 event and the future of Ripple.

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What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a form of digital currency. It can be used to pay for things electronically. It’s like conventional dollars, euros, or yen, which are also traded digitally.

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What is Crypto?

Crypto is a form of payment that’s exchanged for online for goods and services. Companies have issued their own currencies, often called tokens. They’re traded for goods or services that the company provides. Think of them as you would arcade tokens or casino chips. You’ll need to exchange real currency for the cryptocurrency to access the good or services.
It is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography for security. It’s difficult to counterfeit because of this security feature. Cryptocurrencies are usually decentralized systems based on blockchain technology. Which is a distributed ledger enforced by a disparate network of computers.
A defining feature of a cryptocurrency is its organic nature. It is not issued by any central authority. Rendering it immune to government interference or manipulation.
The first blockchain-based cryptocurrency was Bitcoin. Which still remains the most popular and most valuable. Today, there are thousands of altcoins solving various problems. Some of these are clones of Bitcoin while others are forks, or new coins.
Cryptocurrencies make it easy to transfer funds between two parties. Without the need for a trusted third party such as a bank or credit card company. These transfers occur through the use of public keys and private keys for security purposes. In modern cryptocurrency systems. A user’s “wallet,” or account address, has the public key. While, the private key signs the transaction.

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