nitial Coin offering (ICO) stands for the initial price presented of a new cryptocurrency, it is considered a fundraiser that startup companies use to attract investors to their new promising crypto idea (a blockchain product: tokens). It’s a source of capital for startups that deals directly with the public which is the blockchain proposal. Regulations … Read moreWhat is an ICO?
ingapore has taken a different position compared to most countries towards cryptocurrencies. It has taken a more liberal approach into welcoming Startups. Due to its great crowdfunding platforms, Singapore has emerged as the third largest ICO market after the US and Switzerland. As of right now, even though it is legal, Singapore does not regulate … Read moreSingapore & Cryptocurrencies
If you are new to the cryptocurrency world, you are probably confused about the difference between tokens and coins, but don’t worry aren’t we all? (lol) So I will try to explain in a very simple way. But first, something I’d like to encourage beginners is to try to get acquainted with keywords used in … Read moreTokens X Coins
Ethereum’s cryptocoin is called ether (ETH) and its more than a cryptocurrency, it’s a decentralized blockchain platform, as in opposed to a centralized bank or a third party as the traditional system, that creates a safe peer-to-peer smart contracts. The benefit of using these AKA smart contracts is that the Blockchain apps provide a secure … Read moreETHEREUM IS IT A BLOCKCHAIN? IS IT A TOKEN?
To make it simple, gas is a unit exclusively used by Ethereum to navigate the blockchain system, that can be compared to what fuel is to a car. If the car has fuel it moves if it doesn’t it won’t work. Same thing in the blockchain mining process. It covers the work between the operations towards a … Read moreGas and Transactions fees?