Created and regulated via blockchain, cryptocurrencies are used to transfer funds within a peer-to-peer network.
The decentralised, verifiable and secure nature of the blockchain system is what makes cryptocurrencies a highly regarded alternative to traditional fiat currencies. Completely replacing the need for regulation from a bank or government authority, cryptocurrencies provide a substitute for the entire banking system as we currently know it.
Although the blockchain might seem confusing, the principles behind it are actually quite simple. In this report DisruptionHub gives an introduction to the world of cryptocurrencies, highlighting the 50 leading digital currencies:
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Litecoin, Nem, Factom, Iconomi, Stellar, Basic Attention, Token, Siacoin, Byteball, Binance, Coin, Ark, Dogecoin, Decred, Gnosis, DigixDAO, Veritaseum, Metal, Ox, Civic, Digibyte, Status, PIVX, Populous, Gas, Komodo, Monaco, Dash, Iota, Monero, Neo, Ethereum Classic, Hshare, Omise Go, Qtum, Lisk, Stratis, Zcash, Waves, Bytecoin, TenX, Eos, Bitshares, Steem, Tether, MadeSafeCoin, Augur, Golem Network Tokens.
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