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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 by user Satoshi Nakamoto, whose true identity remains unknown.

Since the appearance of Bitcoin, hundreds of cryptocurrencies have emerged with special functions that differentiate them from the currency developed by Nakamoto. Some of them have emerged as an alternative to this and have special functions such as Ether, whose Ethereum platform allows us to create smart contracts in a single blockchain network different from BTC, or DASH that allows transactions in less time.

However, in terms of market value, all cryptocurrencies are related in some way to Bitcoin which creates a pattern in which if the BTC lowers or increases its value, most cryptocurrencies will also do so, although this is not a law but rather a consequence of the current market in which the main cryptocoins cover most of the capitalization of the blockchain market at present.

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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 by user Satoshi Nakamoto, whose true identity remains unknown.Since the appearance of Bitcoin, hundreds of cryptocurrencies have emerged with special functions that differentiate them from the currency developed by Nakamoto. Some of them have emerged as an alternative to this...

Coinjanitor; the project that will rescue failed cryptomes

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 the official website of Coinjanitor, Marc Kenigsberg, founder of the project, explains how there is a large amount of unknown cryptoactives, "there are at least 4500 cryptocurrencies. Most of them can't be marketed or sold. In fact, only about 1400...

FSA threatens Binance

Published by Belu.ga el 03 Apr 2018 in criptoccurencies

FSA threatens Binance

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 expanding its operations without the permission of the regulator.According to official reports, Binance had been asked to halt its operations beforehand, otherwise charges would be filed against him that would jeopardize his continuity as a company. However, the exchange ignored...

Chilean banks close accounts for two exchanges of cryptomoney

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 convert their digital currencies into fiat money. They have reacted by calling on the Association of Banks to clarify their position on the cryptographic sector in the South American country.One bank summoned Buda.com to inform them that the institution had...

New Airdrop Tokens are in the air like a new tap of cryptocoins

Airdrops token projects have ceased to be a curiosity, and are now being used by a greater number of startups to distribute all or part of their tokens for free, seeking free advertising.There are still questions to be answered about the legal aspect of airdrops tokens, at a time when the cryptographic industry is under the microscope of regulators around the world.Don't miss the "next free cryptocurrency".When Satoshi' revolution began, airdrops were used to distribute cryptocurrencies by giving away small...


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