USDT (Tether USD)

What is USDT?

USDT is a cryptocurrency asset issued on the Bitcoin blockchain via the Omni Layer Protocol. Each USDT unit is backed by a U.S Dollar held in the reserves of the Tether Limited and can be redeemed through the Tether Platform. USDT can be transferred, stored, spent, just like bitcoins or any other cryptocurrency, users can transact and store tethers with any Omni Layer enabled wallet like Ambisafe, Holy Transaction or Omni Wallet.

USDT and other Tether currencies were created to facilitate the transfer of national currencies, to provide users with a stable alternative to Bitcoin and to provide an alternative for exchange and wallet audits which are currently unreliable. USDT provides an alternative to Proof of Solvency methods by introducing a Proof of Reserves Process.

In the Tether Proof of Reserves system, the amount of USDT in circulations can be easily checked on the Bitcoin blockchain via the tools provided at Omnichest.info, while the corresponding total amount of USD held reserves is proved by publishing the bank balance and undergoing periodic audits by professionals.

The amount of USDT in circulation must always correspond to the amount of USD in the bank account used by Tether Limited to receive and send fiat currency to users who purchase/redeem tethers directly on the Tether Platform.

To prove that the amount of USD in the bank account is the same or more than the USDT in circulation, Tether Limited publishes the bank account balance on its website’s Transparency page. Professional auditors will regularly verify, sign, and publish the underlying bank balance and financial transfer statement.

BTC (Bitcoin)

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a digital asset and a payment system invented by Satoshi Nakamoto who published a related paper in 2008 and released it as open-source software in 2009. The system featured as peer-to-peer; users can transact directly without an intermediary. Transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called the blockchain. The ledger uses bitcoin as its unit of account. The system works without a central repository or single administrator, which has led the U.S. Treasury to categorize bitcoin as a decentralized virtual currency. Bitcoin is often called the first cryptocurrency, although prior systems existed. Bitcoin is more correctly described as the first decentralized digital currency. It is the largest of its kind in terms of total market value by now.

Bitcoins are created as a reward for payment processing work in which users offer their computing power to verify and record payments into a public ledger. This activity is called mining and miners are rewarded with transaction fees and newly created bitcoins. Besides being obtained by mining, bitcoins can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. Users can send and receive bitcoins for an optional transaction fee.

Bitcoin proposes a solution to the double-spending problem using a peer-to-peer network. The network timestamps transactions by hashing them into an ongoing chain of hash-based proof-of-work, forming a record that cannot be changed without redoing the proof-of-work. The longest chain not only serves as proof of the sequence of events witnessed, but proof that it came from the largest pool of CPU power. As long as a majority of CPU power is controlled by nodes that are not cooperating to attack the network, they'll generate the longest chain and outpace attackers. The network itself requires minimal structure. Messages are broadcast on a best effort basis, and nodes can leave and rejoin the network at will, accepting the longest proof-of-work chain as proof of what happened while they were gone.

BCH (Bitcoin ABC)

Programme Name

Bitcoin ABC (BCH)

Project Introduction

Bitcoin ABC is a full node implementation of the Bitcoin Cash protocol, which aims to provide a solid, stable software and help lead Bitcoin Cash protocol development with an open and collaborative process.

Distribution

Total Supply: 21,000,000 BCH

ETH (Ethereum)

What is Ethereum?

Ethereum is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts: applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third party interference. These apps run on a custom built blockchain, an enormously powerful shared global infrastructure that can move value around and represent the ownership of property.

This enables developers to create markets, store registries of debts or promises, move funds in accordance with instructions given long in the past (like a will or a futures contract) and many other things that have not been invented yet, all without a middle man or counterparty risk. The project was bootstrapped via an ether presale in August 2014 by fans all around the world. It is developed by the Ethereum Foundation, a Swiss nonprofit, with contributions from great minds across the globe.

The intent of Ethereum is to create an alternative protocol for building decentralized applications, providing a different set of tradeoffs that we believe will be very useful for a large class of decentralized applications, with particular emphasis on situations where rapid development time, security for small and rarely used applications, and the ability of different applications to very efficiently interact, are important. Ethereum does this by building what is essentially the ultimate abstract foundational layer: a blockchain with a built-in Turing-complete programming language, allowing anyone to write smart contracts and decentralized applications where they can create their own arbitrary rules for ownership, transaction formats and state transition functions. A bare-bones version of Namecoin can be written in two lines of code, and other protocols like currencies and reputation systems can be built in under twenty. Smart contracts, cryptographic "boxes" that contain value and only unlock it if certain conditions are met, can also be built on top of the platform, with vastly more power than that offered by Bitcoin scripting because of the added powers of Turing-completeness, value-awareness, blockchain-awareness and state.

XRP (Ripple)

What is Ripple (XRP)?

RippleNet delivers a single, frictionless experience for global payments. Rather than a constellation of disparate technologies, unstandardized communications, and centralized networks, RippleNet is a single, global network of banks that send and receive payments via Ripple’s distributed financial technology -- providing real-time messaging, clearing and settlement of transactions.

RippleNet is a decentralized network based on an agreement between Ripple and network participants -- all of which utilize the same technology and adhere to a consistent set of payment rules and standards.

RippleNet banks benefit from the robust connectivity, standardized technology, and rich data attachments with each payment. Ripple’s distributed financial technology outperforms today’s infrastructure by driving down costs, increasing processing speeds and delivering end-to-end visibility into payment fees, timing, and delivery.

XRP is the native currency of the Ripple network that only exists within the Ripple system. XRP are currently divisible to 6 decimal places, and the smallest unit is called a drop with 1 million drops equaling 1 XRP. There were 100 billion XRP created at Ripple's inception, with no more allowed to be created according to the protocol's rules. As such, the system was designed so XRP is a scarce asset with decreasing available supply. Not dependent on any third party for redemption, XRP is the only currency in the Ripple network that does not entail counterparty risk, and it is the only native digital asset. The other currencies in the Ripple network are debt instruments (i.e. liabilities) and exist in the form of balances. Users of the Ripple network are not required to use XRP as a store of value or a medium of exchange. Each Ripple account is required, however, to have a small reserve of 20 XRP (US$6.58 as of May 16, 2017). The purpose of this requirement is discussed in the anti-spam section.

LTC (Litecoin)

What is Litecoin?

Litecoin is a peer-to-peer Internet currency that enables instant, near-zero cost payments to anyone in the world. Litecoin is an open source, global payment network that is fully decentralized without any central authorities. Mathematics secures the network and empowers individuals to control their own finances. Litecoin features faster transaction confirmation times and improved s torage efficiency than the leading math-based currency. With substantial industry support, trade volume and liquidity, Litecoin is a proven medium of commerce complementary to Bitcoin.

Litecoin was released via an open-source client on GitHub on October 7, 2011 by Charlie Lee, a former Google employee. The Litecoin network went live on October 13, 2011. It was a fork of the Bitcoin Core client, differing primarily by having a decreased block generation time (2.5 minutes), increased maximum number of coins, different hashing algorithm (scrypt, instead of SHA-256), and a slightly modified GUI.

In May 2017, Litecoin became the first of the top-5 (by market cap) cryptocurrencies to adopt Segregated Witness.Later in May of the same year, the first Lightning Network transaction was completed through Litecoin, transferring 0.00000001 LTC from Zürich to San Francisco in under one second. In November 26, 2017, its market capitalization is US$4,600,081,733 at around $85.18 per coin.

Wallet Encryption

Wallet encryption allows you to secure your wallet, so that you can view transactions and your account balance, but are required to enter your password before spending litecoins.

This provides protection from wallet-stealing viruses and trojans as well as a sanity check before sending payments.

Mining Reward

Miners are currently awarded with 25 new litecoins per block, an amount which gets halved roughly every 4 years (every 840,000 blocks).

The Litecoin network is therefore scheduled to produce 84 million litecoins, which is 4 times as many currency units as Bitcoin.

BTG (BitcoinGold)

What is BitcoinGold?

Bitcoin Gold is a community-led project to create an experimental hard fork of Bitcoin to a new proof-of-work algorithm. The purpose for doing this is to make Bitcoin mining decentralized again. Satoshi Nakamoto’s idealistic vision of “one CPU one vote” has been superseded by a reality where the manufacture and distribution of mining equipment has become dominated by a very small number of entities, some of whom have engaged in abusive practices against individual miners and the Bitcoin network as a whole. Bitcoin Gold will provide an opportunity for countless new people around the world to participate in the mining process with widely-available consumer hardware that is manufactured and distributed by reputable mainstream corporations. A more decentralized, democratic mining infrastructure is more resilient and more in line with Satoshi’s original vision. Perhaps, if the Bitcoin Gold experiment is judged by the community to be a success, it may one day help build consensus for a proof-of-work hard fork on Bitcoin itself. DECENTRALIZATION Bitcoin Gold decentralizes mining by adopting a PoW algorithm, Equihash, which cannot be run faster on the specialty equipment used for Bitcoin mining (ASIC miners.) This gives ordinary users a fair opportunity to mine with ubiquitous GPUs. FAIR DISTRIBUTION Hard forking Bitcoin’s blockchain fairly and efficiently distributes a new digital asset immediately to people all over the world who have interest in cryptocoins. Other methods, such as creating coins with a new genesis block, concentrate ownership within a small group. REPLAY PROTECTION To ensure the safety of the Bitcoin ecosystem, Bitcoin Gold has implemented full replay protection and unique wallet addresses, essential features that protect users and their coins from several kinds of accidents and malicious threats. TRANSPARENCY Bitcoin Gold is a free open source software project that is built by volunteer developers and supported by a rapidly growing community of Bitcoin enthusiasts that stretches around the globe.

DASH (Dash)

What is Dash?

Dash (DASH) is a privacy-centric digital currency with instant transactions. It is based on the Bitcoin software, but it has a two-tier network that improves it. Dash allows you to remain anonymous while you make transactions, similar to cash. With Bitcoin, transactions are published to the blockchain and you can prove who made them or to whom, but with Dash the anonymization technology makes it impossible to trace them. This is important because the blockchain is accessible to anyone with an internet connection – a significant drawback for those don’t wish their transaction history and balances to be publicly available. Dash does this through a mixing protocol utilizing an innovative decentralized network of servers called Masternodes, avoiding the need for a trusted third party that could compromise the integrity of the system. Masternode Network Full nodes are servers running on a P2P network that allows peers to use them to receive updates about the events on the network. These nodes require significant amounts of traffic and other resources that carry substantial cost. As a result, on the Bitcoin network, a steady decrease in the amount of these nodes has been observed for some time and as a result block propagation have been upwards of 40 seconds. Many solutions have been proposed such as a new reward scheme by Microsoft Research and the Bitnodes incentive program Instant Transactions via InstantSend By utilizing Masternode quorums, users are able to send and receive instant irreversible transactions. Once a quorum has been formed, the inputs of the transaction are locked to only be spendable in a specific transaction, a transaction lock takes about four seconds to be set currently on the network. If consensus is reached on a lock by the Masternode network, all conflicting transactions or conflicting blocks would be rejected thereafter, unless they matched the exact transaction ID of the lock in place. This will allow vendors to use mobile devices in place of traditional POS systems for real-world commerce and users to quickly settle face-to-face non-ommercial transactions as with traditional cash. This is done without a central authority.

ETC (Ethereum Classic)

What is Ethereum Classic?

Ethereum Classic is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts: applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third party interference. Ethereum Classic is a continuation of the original Ethereum blockchain - the classic version preserving untampered history; free from external interference and subjective tampering of transactions. Ethereum Classic is an open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform featuring smart contract (scripting) functionality. It provides a decentralized Turing-complete virtual machine, the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), which can execute scripts using an international network of public nodes. Ethereum Classic also provides a value token called "classic ether", which can be transferred between participants, stored in a cryptocurrency wallet and is used to compensate participant nodes for computations performed. The classic ether token is traded on cryptocurrency exchanges under the ticker symbol ETC. Gas, an internal transaction pricing mechanism, is used to prevent spam on the network and allocate resources proportionally to the incentive offered by the request. The Ethereum platform has been forked into two versions: "Ethereum Classic" (ETC) and "Ethereum" (ETH). Prior to the fork, the token had been called Ethereum. After the fork, the new tokens kept the name Ethereum (ETH), and the old tokens were renamed Ethereum Classic" (ETC). Ethereum Classic appeared as a result of disagreement with the Ethereum Foundation regarding The DAO Hard Fork. It united members of the Ethereum community who rejected the hard fork on philosophical grounds. Users that owned ETH before the DAO hard fork (block 1920000[7]) owns an equal amount of ETC after the fork. Ethereum Classic passed a technical hard fork to adjust the internal prices for various opcodes of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) on October 25, 2016, similar to the hard fork committed by Ethereum a week previously. The purpose of the hard fork was a more rational distribution of payments for resource-intensive calculations, which led to the elimination of the favorable conditions for attacks that were previously conducted on ETH and ETC. A hard fork held in the beginning of 2017 successfully delayed the "bomb complexity" that was added to the Ethereum code in September 2015 with a view of exponentially increasing the complexity of mining and the process of calculation of new network units. The next hard fork is scheduled for late 2017 with the aim of changing the monetary policy with unlimited emissions to a system similar to Bitcoin. Smart Contracts are computer systems that manage assets such as automatic teller machines and the Bitcoin system. Ethereum Classic is able to run many types of smart contracts. If Ethereum Classic smart contracts are not mainly financial, it makes more sense to emphasize their autonomy by referring to them as agents.

EOS (EOS)

What is EOS?

EOS tokens are ERC-20 compatible tokens distributed on the Ethereum blockchain pursuant to a related ERC-20 smart contract (the “EOS Tokens”). EOS featured in powerful infrastructure for decentralized application and token distribution takes place over 341 days. Receiver Pays: Traditionally, it is the business that pays for office space, computational power, and other costs required to run the business. The customer buys specific products from the business and the revenue from those product sales is used to cover the business costs of operation. Similarly, no website obligates its visitors to make micropayments for visiting its website to cover hosting costs. Therefore, decentralized applications should not force its customers to pay the blockchain directly for the use of the blockchain. A launched blockchain that uses the EOS.IO software does not require its users to pay the blockchain directly for its use and therefore does not constrain or prevent a business from determining its own monetization strategy for its products. Delegating Capacity: A holder of tokens on a blockchain launched adopting the EOS.IO software who may not have an immediate need to consume all or part of the available bandwidth, can give or rent such unconsumed bandwidth to others; the block producers running EOS.IO software on such blockchain will recognize this delegation of capacity and allocate bandwidth accordingly. Separating Transaction costs from Token Value: One of the major benefits of the EOS.IO software is that the amount of bandwidth available to an application is entirely independent of any token price. If an application owner holds a relevant number of tokens on a blockchain adopting EOS.IO software, then the application can run indefinitely within a fixed state and bandwidth usage. In such case, developers and users are unaffected from any price volatility in the token market and therefore not reliant on a price feed. In other words, a blockchain that adopts the EOS.IO software enables block producers to naturally increase bandwidth, computation, and storage available per token independent of the token's value. A blockchain using EOS.IO software also awards block producers tokens every time they produce a block. The value of the tokens will impact the amount of bandwidth, storage, and computation a producer can afford to purchase; this model naturally leverages rising token values to increase network performance. State Storage Costs: While bandwidth and computation can be delegated, storage of application state will require an application developer to hold tokens until that state is deleted. If state is never deleted then the tokens are effectively removed from circulation. Every user account requires a certain amount of storage; therefore, every account must maintain a minimum balance. As storage capacity of the network increases this minimum required balance will fall. Block Rewards: A blockchain that adopts the EOS.IO software will award new tokens to a block producer every time a block is produced. In these circumstances, the number of tokens created is determined by the median of the desired pay published by all block producers. The EOS.IO software may be configured to enforce a cap on producer awards such that the total annual increase in token supply does not exceed 5%. Community Benefit Applications: In addition to electing block producers, pursuant to a blockchain based on the EOS.IO software, users can elect 3 community benefit applications also known as smart contracts. These 3 applications will receive tokens of up to a configured percent of the token supply per annum minus the tokens that have been paid to block producers. These smart contracts will receive tokens proportional to the votes each application has received from token holders. The elected applications or smart contracts can be replaced by newly elected applications or smart contracts by token holders.

QTUM (Qtum)

What is Qtum?

Combining a modified Bitcoin Core infrastructure with an inter-compatible version of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), Qtum merges the reliability of Bitcoin’s unfailing blockchain with the endless possibilities provided by smart contracts. Designed with stability, modularity, and interoperability in mind, Qtum is the foremost toolkit for building trusted decentralized applications, suited for real-world, business oriented use cases. Its hybrid nature, in combination with a first-of-its-kind PoS consensus protocol, allows Qtum applications to be compatible with major blockchain ecosystems while providing native support for mobile devices and IoT appliances. Smart Contract Lifecycle Management Qtum, in cooperation with its academic partners, develops tools and methods to standardize the workflow for business smart contract development. This includes the formally verifiable translation of human-readable agreements to machine smart contracts, and the error-resilient specification of their elements, terms, and conditions. Setting Industry Standards Cooperating with a series of partners and third parties, Qtum aims to establish a smart contract hub, offering secure and thoroughly tested contract templates, tailor fitted for a multitude of industries and use cases, such as supply chain management, telecommunications, IoT, social networking, and many more. Go Mobile Building on Bitcoin’s UTXO model, the simple payment verification (SPV) protocol is supported by the Qtum codebase by default. As a result, it is now possible to execute smart contracts from lite wallets, which can be easily installed on any given mobile device, heralding an age of mobile decentralized applications. With this, the blockchain is finally ready to take up disruption in a world in which half of all internet traffic is being generated by smartphones and tablets. Account Abstraction Layer Qtum extends Bitcoins 'Script' language so that it functions as a vehicle to transport code to Qtum’s version of the EVM. With this, it is now possible to execute smart contracts and run decentralized applications, simply and securely, in environments that were previously out of reach for turing-complete blockchains, combining the endless possibilities provided by smart contracts with the stability and maturity of the bitcoin ecosystem. Cross-Platform and Backward Compatibility Qtum is compatible with existing Ethereum contracts as well as Bitcoin gateways and will maintain backward-compatibility even if the system is updated.

ZEC (Zcash)

What is Zcash?

-A decentralized and open-source cryptocurrency that provides strong privacy protections. -Shielded transactions hide the sender, recipient, and value on the blockchain. -If Bitcoin is like http for money, Zcash is https—a secure transport layer. Zcash is a cryptocurrency that grew out of the Zerocoin project, aimed at improving anonymity for Bitcoin users. The Zerocoin protocol was initially improved and transformed into Zerocash, which thus yielded the Zcash cryptocurrency in 2016. The founder and CEO of Zcash is Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn. Its founding team includes cryptographer Matthew D. Green from Johns Hopkins University. Roger Ver was one of Zcash's initial investors. Zcash payments are published on a public blockchain, but users are able to use an optional privacy feature to conceal the sender, recipient, and amount being transacted. Like Bitcoin, Zcash has a fixed total supply of 21 million units. In the first 4 years, 20% of the coins created in that period are allocated to a "founders' reward" shared between investors, developers, and a non-profit foundation. Zcash affords private transactors the option of "selective disclosure", allowing a user to prove payment for auditing purposes. One such reason is to allow private transactors the choice to comply with anti-money laundering or tax regulations. "Transactions are auditable but disclosure is under the participant's control." Wilcox has hosted virtual meetings with law enforcement agencies around the U.S. to explain these fundamentals and has gone on the record of saying that "they did not develop the currency to facilitate illegal activity"

SYS (Syscoin)

What is Syscoin?

Syscoin is a global network, a distributed ledger, a decentralized database and a blockchain. ... Syscoin is a revolutionary cryptocurrency that offers near zero cost financial transactions, incredible speed and provides businesses the infrastructure to trade goods, assets, digital certificates and data securely

BTT (BitTorrent)

What is BitTorrent?

BitTorrent aims to tokenize the decentralized file-sharing protocol with their cryptocurrency asset launched early in 2019. BTT represents a TRC-10 utility token based on the TRON blockchain that could allow content creators to connect with their audience, earn and spend digital currency without a middleman. According to their website, BitTorrent (BTT) tokens can be bid in exchange for faster downloads or stored in a wallet built into the BitTorrent client. Both BitTorrent and parent company TRON share a vision of a decentralized internet without barriers

NAV (Navcoin)

What is Navcoin?

NavCoin (NAV) is an open-source and decentralised Proof-of-Stake Version 3 (PoSv3) cryptocurrency that aims to provide affordable and fast digital payments with a focus on privacy and simplicity. Self-funded by a community of volunteers, NavCoin launched in April 2014 with no Initial Coin Offering (ICO) or pre-mine. Volunteers can propose contributions and get paid for work through NavCoin’s decentralised Community Fund (CF). With the CF’s dual consensus mechanism, the funding of a passed proposal will be locked while waiting for its work to be completed and then paid out if the quorum is met. Examples of CF proposals include www.navexplorer.com, the NEXT wallet, the implementation of ZeroCT (a privacy protocol), and the time when NAV became a carbon-neutral cryptocurrency. NavCoin has also added support for OpenAlias (www.openalias.org), Cold Staking to the NavCoin protocol, and released NavPay, a light wallet to store and spend NAV from a mobile device.

RVN (Ravencoin)

What is Ravencoin?

Ravencoin (RVN) is an open-source blockchain project that specializes in the creation and peer-to-peer transfer of assets. Ravencoin enables users to create and trade any real-world (e.g. commodities) or digital (e.g. virtual goods) assets on a network. The core developers launched Ravencoin on 3 Jan 2018. The project has some prominent backers: Bruce Fenton, Board Member of The Bitcoin Foundation, advises the team while Overstock has made a multi-million dollar investment into the project.

VTC (Vertcoin)

What is Vertcoin?

Vertcoin (VTC) is an ASIC-resistant P2P Litecoin fork that uses PoW to reach consensus. Billed as the 'The People's Coin', the Vertcoin ascribes primacy to keeping its mining functions decentralized, and seeks to allow anyone with a personal computer to join the Vertcoin network. Towards this end, Vertcoin has its very own 1-click miner, a program meant to make mining more accessible to the general public. In Jul 2014, Vertcoin released a wallet supporting Stealth Address transactions.

XZC (Zcoin)

What is Zcoin?

Zcoin (XZC) is an open-source privacy-focused cryptocurrency token that launched in Sep 2016. To enable privacy, Zcoin uses zero-knowledge proofs via the Zerocoin protocol. Zerocoin is a cryptocurrency proposed by Johns Hopkins University professor Matthew D. Green and graduate students Ian Miers and Christina Garman as an extension to the Bitcoin protocol that would add cryptographic anonymity to Bitcoin transactions. With Zcoin’s Zerocoin feature, only the sender and receive would be able to ascertain the exchange of funds in a given transaction, as no transaction histories are linked to the actual coins. Zcoin operates a multi-node model where mining nodes verify blockchain transactions and Znodes store blockchain data.

POT (Potcoin)

What is Potcoin?

PotCoin (code: POT) is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency which exists with the aim of becoming the standard form of payment for the legalized cannabis industry.[2][3][4] PotCoin is an open source software project released under the MIT/X11 license and was technically nearly identical to Litecoin until August 23, 2015, when Potcoin changed to Proof-of-Stake-Velocity (PoSV). PotCoin is not managed by any central authority and provides a decentralised solution for the transfer of value.

XMR (Monero)

What is Monero?

Monero (XMR) is a private, secure, and untraceable cryptocurrency that was launched April 18th, 2014. With Monero, it is said you are in complete control of your funds and privacy no one else can see anyone else's balances or transactions.

ZEN (Horizen)

What is Horizen?

Horizen (formerly ZenCash) is an incentive-driven application platform with optional zk-SNARK based privacy features that aims to provide everyone with complete control of their digital footprint. Launched in May 2017 (no ICO and no pre-mine), the platform is said to enable real-life use cases beyond the ZEN currency, including the ability to privately chat with others, publish information and go anywhere on the web with complete privacy. The team is reportedly working towards releasing the Horizen SDK which would allow developers and enterprises to build what they call "an unbounded set of applications, products and services on top of the Horizen technology platform which is a truly decentralized side-chain based system powered by Horizen’s globally distributed multi-tier node network."

TRX (Tron)

What is Tron?

TRON (TRX) strives to build the future of a truly decentralized internet and global free content entertainment system that utilizes blockchain technology. The TRON Protocol represents the architecture of an operating system based on the blockchain which could enable developers to create smart contracts and decentralized applications, freely publish, own, and store data and other content. According to the TRON Foundation, the ecosystem surrounding this network specializes in offering massive scalability and consistent reliability capable of processing transactions at a high rate via high-throughput computing.

BAT (Basic Attention Token)

What is Basic Attention Token?

Led by Brendan Eich (creator of JavaScript and co-founder of Mozilla), Basic Attention Token (BAT) project is an open-source, decentralized ad exchange platform built on the Ethereum platform. The project seeks to address fraud and opaqueness in digital advertising. The token aims to correctly price user attention within the platform. Advertisers pay BAT to website publishers for the attention of users. The BAT ecosystem includes Brave, an open-source, privacy-centered browser designed to block trackers and malware. It leverages blockchain technology to anonymously and track user attention securely and rewards publishers accordingly.

USDC (USDC)

What is USDC?

USDC is a fully collateralized US dollar stablecoin. It is an Ethereum powered coin and is the brainchild of CENTRE, an open source project bootstrapped by contributions from Circle and Coinbase. USDCs are issued by regulated and licensed financial institutions that maintain full reserves of the equivalent fiat currency in a 1 USDC:1 USD ratio. Issuers are required to report their USD reserve holdings frequently, and Grant Thornton LLP issues reports on those holdings every month.

XSR (Sucrecoin)

What is Sucrecoin?

Sucrecoin was born as a project, from Ecuador, with the objective of eliminating the outflow of currencies both from this country and from Latin America avoiding later balance of payments problems as well as shortage of foreign currency, lack of purchasing power and eventually inflationary processes.

BEAM (Beam)

What is Beam?

Beam is a cryptocurrency that demonstrates an emphasis on privacy and anonymity with Mimblewimble implementation. Without address information stored on the blockchain and keeping transactions private by default, Beam is meant to give control over privacy to users and scalability in it’s compact design. Having no premine or ICO, Beam is backed by a Treasury and designated a non-profit foundation to govern the protocol.

BSV (Bitcoin SV)

What is Bitcoin SV?

Bitcoin SV stands for Satoshi Vision. Stemming from Bitcoin Cash, BSV is a hard fork (community-activated update to the protocol or code) established as distinct from BCH after the network upgrade scheduled for November 15th, 2018 resulted in a hash war determining the chains would be split. According to their website, the Bitcoin SV project is primarily backed by CoinGeek Mining with development work by nChain.

NMC (Namecoin)

What is Namecoin?

Namecoin (Symbol: ℕ or NMC) is a cryptocurrency originally forked from bitcoin software. It is based on the code of bitcoin and uses the same proof-of-work algorithm. Like bitcoin, it is limited to 21 million coins.[2] Unlike bitcoin, Namecoin can store data within its own blockchain transaction database. The original proposal for Namecoin called for Namecoin to insert data into bitcoin's blockchain directly. Anticipating scaling difficulties with this approach, a shared proof-of-work (POW) system was proposed to secure new cryptocurrencies with different use cases. Namecoin's flagship use case is the censorship-resistant top level domain .bit, which is functionally similar to .com or .net domains but is independent of ICANN, the main governing body for domain names.[3]

OMNI (OMNI)

What is OMNI?

Omni (OMNI) is a cryptocurrency. Omni has a current supply of 618,508 OMNI with 562,192 OMNI in circulation. The last known price of Omni is $2.48 USD and is down 7.66% over the last 24 hours. It is currently trading on 3 active market(s) with $389 USD traded over the last 24 hours. More information

PIVX (PIVX)

What is PIVX?

PIVX (PIVX), which stands for Private Instant Verified Transaction is an MIT licensed anonymity-based, community-governed fork of DASH. It is a Proof of Stake cryptocurrency with Zerocoin protocol implementation. PIVX has 2-tier currency: a regular coin for ordinary transactions, and an anonymous zPIV (which can be staked) for private transactions. Similar to Dash, PIVX supports quick and private transactions, along with masternodes. The decentralized network of masternodes facilitates treasury management and community governance.

SBD (Steem Dollar)

What is Steem Dollar?

Steem Dollars (SBD) is a cryptocurrency. Steem Dollars has a current supply of 8,887,091 SBD. The last known price of Steem Dollars is $0.958962 USD and is down 1.19% over the last 24 hours. It is currently trading on 9 active market(s) with $558,860 USD traded over the last 24 hours. More

DENT (DENT)

What is DENT?

Dent (DENT) is a cryptocurrency token and operates on the Ethereum platform. Dent has a current supply of 100,000,000,000 DENT with 72,745,838,994 DENT in circulation. The last known price of Dent is $0.001052 USD and is down 3.73% over the last 24 hours. It is currently trading on 35 active market(s) with $6,124,295 USD traded over the last 24 hours.

GRS (Groestlcoin)

What is Groestlcoin?

Launched in Mar 2014, Groestlcoin (GRS) is a peer-to-peer (p2p) cryptocurrency with a focus on technological advancement. GRS is reportedly he first coin to implement Segregated Witness (SegWit) and perform the first Lightning Network transaction on its mainnet network. GRS utilizes two rounds of Grøstl-512 for its mining algorithm. GRS claims to have major development releases every 3 months

ABC (Anti Bureaucracy Coin)

What is Anti Bureaucracy Coin?

Anti Bureaucracy Coin (ABC) is already listed on Braziliex, Idex and TokenJar. Anti Bureaucracy Coin is a digital platform for decentralized Authenticity of identities, signatures and documents, using blockchain protocols and developed by OriginalMy, a Brazilian blockchain company that plans to end bureaucracy and inefficiency in authentication systems. It is a cryptocurrency who will help on fighting the red tape (disfunctional bureaucracy) and eliminating paper on any kind of transactions.

XMRG (Monero Gold)

What is Monero Gold?

Monero Gold (XMRG) is a cryptocurrency token and operates on the Ethereum platform. Monero Gold has a current supply of 21,000,000 XMRG with ? XMRG in circulation. The last known price of Monero Gold is $0.000185 USD

BQQQ (Bitsdaq Token)

What is Bitsdaq Token?

Bitsdaq aims to build Asia's Global Exchange Network.

TCH (Thore Cash)

What is Thore Cash?

Thore Cash (TCH) is a cryptocurrency token and operates on the Ethereum platform. Thore Cash has a current supply of 111,111,111 TCH with 55,056,178 TCH in circulation. The last known price of Thore Cash is $0.001475 USD and is down 3.92% over the last 24 hours. It is currently trading on 4 active market(s) with $79,662 USD traded over the last 24 hours.

GES (Game Engine Chain)

What is Game Engine Chain?

Game Engine Chain (GES) is a cryptocurrency token issued on the Ethereum platform. Game Engine Chain (GES) price for today is Ƀ0.00000157 with a 24-hour trading volume of ?. Price is down ? in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 0 coins and a max supply of 10 Billion coins. Explore the address and transactions of Game Engine Chain on block explorers such as etherscan.io

WEB (Webcoin)

What is Webcoin?

Webcoin (WEB) is a cryptocurrency token issued on the Ethereum platform. Webcoin (WEB) price for today is Ƀ0.00000032 with a 24-hour trading volume of Ƀ71.705. Price is down -8.1% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 34.7 Million coins and a max supply of 70 Million coins. The most active exchange that is trading Webcoin is Hotbit. Explore the address and transactions of Webcoin on block explorers such as etherscan.io, ethplorer.io, and enjinx.io.

PLTC (PlatonCoin)

What is PlatonCoin?

PlatonCoin (PLTC) is a cryptocurrency token issued on the Ethereum platform. PlatonCoin (PLTC) price for today is Ƀ0.00001712 with a 24-hour trading volume of Ƀ3.670624. Price is down 4.3% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 5.43 Million coins and a max supply of 21 Million coins. The most active exchange that is trading PlatonCoin is Digifinex. Explore the address and transactions of PlatonCoin on block explorers such as etherscan.io, ethplorer.io, and enjinx.io.

NOAH (NOAHCOIN)

What is NOAHCOIN?

Noah Coin (NOAH) is a cryptocurrency token issued on the Ethereum platform. Noah Coin (NOAH) price for today is Ƀ0.00000003 with a 24-hour trading volume of Ƀ100.539. Price is down 3.5% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 68.6 Billion coins and a max supply of 216 Billion coins. The most active exchange that is trading Noah Coin is HitBTC. Explore the address and transactions of Noah Coin on block explorers such as etherscan.io, ethplorer.io, and enjinx.io

A (Alpha)

What is Alpha?

Alpha Token (A) is a cryptocurrency token issued on the Ethereum platform. Alpha Token (A) price for today is Ƀ0.00000210 with a 24-hour trading volume of Ƀ258.439. Price is up 7.1% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 48.6 Million coins and a max supply of 278 Million coins. The most active exchange that is trading Alpha Token is EtherFlyer. Explore the address and transactions of Alpha Token on block explorers such as etherscan.io, ethplorer.io, and enjinx.io.

ACE (Ace Wins)

What is Ace Wins?

Ace Wins Casino - A First of its kind Token of the Gambling World that pays you up to 21% a month as a HODL Rewards automatically just for holding the tokens!

BNB (Binance)

What is Binance?

Binance Coin (BNB) is the cryptocurrency of the Binance platform. The name "Binance" is a combination of binary and finance. As of 2019, many businesses accept BNB as a form of payment.

AVT (Advertisement Token)

What is Advertisement Token?

The Advertising Token is the Multifunctional next generation crypto token used for purchasing & selling advertising on the Ethereum blockchain using cutting edge smart contract feature. Our Advertising utility tokens will allow online publishers & advertisers to exchange our token for their services via our online advertising network.

DCR (Decred)

What is Decred?

Decred (DCR) is an open-source, Bitcoin fork that places emphasis on development funding, on-chain governance, and consensus mechanisms. Launched in Feb 2016 by the Bitcoin developers behind btcsuite (an alternative full-node Bitcoin implementation written in Go (golang), Decred successfully orchestrated an on-chain user-activated consensus vote, which is emblematic of the project's emphasis on community-driven stakeholder governance. Other features of the project include a hybrid proof-of-work (PoW) proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus voting system, a public proposal platform, smart contracts, cross-chain atomic swaps, and cross-platform wallets .