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Cryptocurrency Knowledge Base

We created a simple yet informative database of common terminology in the crypto space to make it easy for anyone to learn.

Beginners Guide

If you are trying to learn about crypto and don’t know where to start, this guide is for you!

Top 25 Cryptocurrencies

An in-depth dive into the top currencies and their use case, development and future.

Blockchain Technology

Database of records, referred to as blocks that are linked in chronological order using strong cryptography to secure records.

Block Explorer

Learn how to understand and use different blockchain viewers to track transactions.

Mining

There are many different ways to mine and validate block transactions, learn the difference.

Don't Know Where to Start?

Here are the basics to introduce you to cryptocurrencies

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What is blockchain? - It’s blocks of data that are linked in chronological order using strong cryptography to secure records.

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What are cryptocurrencies? - It’s a digital asset which is designed to function as a medium of exchange on a blockchain.

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How do I buy cryptocurrencies? - There are many different exchanges to buy cryptocurrenies from depending on where you live.

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How do I store my cryptocurrenies? - The best method for storing your cryptocurrency is safely off an exchange in a wallet designed to hold and interact with the blockcain.

Frequently Searched Questions

A quick and comprehensive guide of the most frequently asked questions about cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin or BTC is the first cryptocurrency created and currently the largest by market capitalization. The idea of Bitcoin was introduced by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 when he released his whitepaper to the public. BTC is a digital asset that can be easily sent from person to person trustless and secure.
Ethereum or ETH is currently the 2nd largest by market capitalization and proposed by a programmer Vitalik Buterin in 2013. ETH is a decentralized, open-source blockchain with smart contract functionality. Smart contracts allow programmable contracts to automatically execute, control or document legally relevant events and actions according to the terms of a contract.
A whitepaper is guide created by cryptocurrency companies to guide and inform readers about complex issues the currency plans to address and outlines the goals and roadmap for the currency.
According to data, as of April 2021 there are over 10,000 different types of cryptocurrency to invest in which is why it is extremely important to be educated on the subject and learn how to do your own research.
Cryptocurrencies are commonly bought on centralized exchanges like Coinbase or Binance for fiat currencies while other exchanges require using bitcoin or another cryptocurrency to purchase the coin like UniSwap or PancakeSwap.
HODL is one of the most commonly used slang terms in crypto, which simply means to hold and not sell the currency.
A pump and dump happens when a group of people promote a cryptocurrency as the next x100 that they already hold a decent amount of and then when people begin buying, they sell their holdings. You can avoid a pump & dump by not joining groups that promise to give you buy signals for guaranteed profits. You will be left holding bags because your buy signal will be the inside groups sell signal.

Find out more

Learn more about cryptocurrencies & blockchain technology’s latest applications in the real world.

Cryptocurrency News

Stay up to date on the latest developing news in the crypto world.

Real world application

Learn about the latest technology trends that utilize blockchain technology.

Utility

Find out where and how you can use your cryptocurrencies.

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Entering the crypto space shouldn’t be confusing

There shouldn’t be an entry barrier to enter the cryptocurrency space. We are here to provide a straight forward and easy to follow guide to help guide you as you navigate the cryptosphere.