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Cryptocurrency: What is a crypto bounty hunter?

What is crypto bounty hunter

If you’ve ever watched a country and western show, you would probably be familiar with bounty hunters. In the Wild Wild West, bounty hunters earned a reward (usually money or gold), also known as a bounty, for capturing the bad guys. These days, it’s much easier to be a bounty hunter, at least in the

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Cryptocurrency: What is a smart contract?

What is smart contract?

With so many terms being thrown about in the digital world, you may have heard about smart contracts too. So what exactly is it? A smart contract is a self-executing program with pre-set conditions defined by the creator of the agreement – smart because it’s executing something automatically once the requirements are met, and ‘crypto’

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Cryptocurrency: What is blockchain?

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Online shopping, checking emails, updating your social network. We do all these and more on a daily basis, and almost all online activities require some digital identity. Each time we need to prove who we are, we have to reveal some information about ourselves. So what does blockchain have to do with all these interactions?

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Trading cryptocurrency?

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With so much talk about cryptocurrency these days, you probably want in on some of the action. Read on for some simple tips to help you trade cryptocurrency. If you’re keen to start trading Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum, you will need two things: A cryptocurrency wallet (this is where you store encrypted passwords that represent

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What is Initial Coin Offering (ICO)?

ICO or Initial Coin Offiering

The cryptocurrency world is currently very exciting yet volatile. There’s so much hype out there and no one wants to be left out. Besides Bitcoins and blockchains, ICOs are the next big thing. ICO stands for Initial Coin Offering. It works pretty much like an IPO, but it’s for tech startups to raise money from

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