Forks, a term we hear quite often in the cryptocurrency world, isn’t it? What are forks? Forking implies divergence, division, separation or parting. It could be temporary or permanent. It happens when a blockchain splits or divides into two branches as a result in software update or a division in consensus, which is the process … Read moreHard Forks & Soft Forks
con·sen·sus kənˈsensəs noun general agreement. “a consensus of opinion among judges” synonyms: agreement, harmony, concurrence, accord, unity, unanimity, solidarity; al·go·rithm ˈalɡəˌriT͟Həm noun noun: algorithm; plural noun: algorithms a process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer. “a basic algorithm for division” Consensus Algorithm is … Read moreConsensus Algorithm
OPPORTUNITIES * TEAMWORK * SOLUTIONS Connecting Creators and Users. Cryptocurrency communities are above all: informational hubs. Reddit, Bitcointalk, Medium, Telegram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, these are just some of the chats, blogs, connections and networks focused on benefiting every member, with your best interest in mind. It carries educational content, latest news and updates, important announcements, upgrades, … Read moreCryptocurrency Communities: Why get involved?
In case you are a newbie in the cryptocurrency community you probably have heard the words Centralized and Decentralized way too many times, as it is a part of the essence of the Cryptocurrency blockchain ecosystem. And to help you better navigate this blog, in case you need it, here is our Cryptocurrency Vocabulary. Centralize cen·tral·ize / verb Means to … Read moreCentralized vs Decentralized
The January 1988 cover of Economist Magazine. Do you still think Cryptocurrency is not going to take over one day? NEW WORLD CURRENCY has been in works since at least 1988 and this might be the year. It has been on the making for 30 years and it was predicted to be launched in 2018. … Read moreGet ready for a world currency!
In case you are a newbie in the cryptocurrency community you probably have heard the words Centralized and Decentralized way too many times, as it is a part of the essence of the Cryptocurrency blockchain ecosystem. And to help you better navigate this blog, in case you need it, here is our Cryptocurrency Vocabulary. Centralize cen·tral·ize / verb Means to … Read moreUtility Token vs Security Token
Address: an address is a code used to send, receive or store cryptocurrency. See Private & Public Key. Airdrop: is a procedure of distributing tokens by awarding them to existing holders of a particular blockchain currency like Winco or Ethereum. Air-gapped: no direct connection to the internet. Altcoin: Stands for alternative coin it is any digital coin other than Bitcoin, the first digital coin. … Read moreCryptocurrency Vocabulary For Beginners
2018 is revealing itself as the year for blockchain and cryptocurrency in the real-estate market. A massive adoption of these cryptos has been taking place as real-estate agencies adapt to the blockchain system. In the past 6 months, according to the Coin Market Cap price listing, total cryptocurrency market cap has reached 600 Billion USD, … Read moreWill Real Estate Finally Be Available On E-commerce? Yes Thanks To Cryptocurrency & Blockchain!
Winco held a great event last Sunday (06/05/2018) can you guess where? In Japan! In the state of Kanagawa-Ke. The event was held with the presence of special guests, with the intent to bring Winco closer to the country of the cryptocoins, bringing all the information necessary to show a little more about the Winco … Read moreWinco event in Japan
Before reading this article, we recommend you read What is Ethereum. Ethereum’s process can be seen as layers and here is our attempt to explain it in very simple terms, non-technical in case you are an expert. So, let’s try do this… First layer is made up of computers processing, sharing and updating data overtime (blockchain). Second is … Read moreHow does Ethereum work?