Bitcoin

What is a cryptocurrency?

A cryptocurrency is a virtual currency encrypted in blockchain technology which can be used to pay for articles or services. The first was Bitcoin, developed in 2009 by an anonymous user Satoshi Nakamoto. Since then, a series of cryptocurrencies with specific characteristics have emerged that make them unique in their style.

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Information about all cryptocurrencies

Information about all cryptocurrencies

Published by Beluga Team el 03 Apr 2018 in criptoccurencies

The cryptocurrencies are digital currencies of which a record is kept in a huge virtual book known as blockchain in which the transactions are encoded and registered in cryptographic blocks. The first cryptocurrency was the Bitcoin (BTC) developed in 2009...


Coinjanitor; the project that will rescue failed cryptomes

Coinjanitor; the project that will rescue failed cryptomes

Published by Beluga Team el 03 Apr 2018 in criptoccurencies

With the popularity of cryptocurrencies, an endless number of digital coins have been created that are either abandoned or simply did not exist. Faced with this problem, the Coinjanitor project hopes to become the solution to these cryptocurrencies considered dead.Through...


FSA threatens Binance

FSA threatens Binance

Published by Beluga Team el 03 Apr 2018 in criptoccurencies

Binance's cryptocurrencies exchange is on the trail of the Financial Services Agency (FSA) for operating without a license since it established its offices in Japan in late 2017. Consequently, last Friday a warning was issued to the exchange bureau for...


Chilean banks close accounts for two exchanges of cryptomoney

Chilean banks close accounts for two exchanges of cryptomoney

Published by Beluga Team el 03 Apr 2018 in criptoccurencies

Two Chilean cryptocoins exchanges, Buda.com and CriytoMKT.com, met on Monday with their bank accounts closed at various banks. The measure comes at a time when the country's cryptographic platforms are seeking to open bank accounts to enable their customers to...

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Exchanges

aorozco
pocas monedas, altas comisiones, recomendable al 20%
DanielAlmada
la opcion de que compradores y vendedores de bitcoins puedan realizar intercambios es excelente, mas en argentina que no hay muchas forma de cambiar bitcoin por dolares fisicos.
jorgied
interesante propuesta, parece rentable!

Wallets

DaniSEO
Es lo que uso para gestionar los ETH que tengo en movimiento y los token de las ICO. Y también es lo que se suele usar en las pre sales de ICO con token ERC20.Todo es mejorable, pero me parece de los mejorcitos para gestionar fácilmente las tareas que comento....
aorozco
algo complicado de entenderle
jorgied
interesante propuesta, parece rentable!

Differences between wallet and Exchange

A wallet and an exchange are platforms that allow us to store cryptocurrencies, as well as send and receive them. But, although they appear to be the same, there are some differences between one and the other.

The main difference lies in the functions of one platform and another. A wallet is software that allows us to save, send and receive cryptocurrencies freely, while an exchange is a platform in which we can exchange cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies with the intention of making money with the rise or fall of a particular currency.

Another notable difference between a wallet and an exchanger are the private keys. A private key is a code that allows us to access our wallet from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. The wallets provide us with a private key in addition to the public key to which we request that the cryptocurrencies be sent. The exchangers do not do it; instead they allow us to create a username and password so that we can access the platform and use our funds. This means that if the exchanger goes bankrupt there is no possibility of recovering the funds because they have never been ours.

Finally, there is the issue of commissions. The wallet applies a mining feed for carrying out the transaction and an extra if we wish to send cryptocurrencies to a portfolio made by another developer. For its part, the exchanger applies all these commissions to take our money and an additional when we perform trading for the service.