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  • Coinfan started the topic The VeChain Whitepaper in the Thread Channel logo of VeChainVeChain 8 months ago

    Everything you wanted to know about the VeChain whitepaper

  • Coinfan created the channel Channel logo of VeChainVeChain 8 months ago

  • Coinfan posted an update 8 months ago

    Everything you wanted to know about the VeChain whitepaper:

    https://medium.com/cointified/vechain-whitepaper-summary-114-pages-of-gold-a536ae295925

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  • Coinfan started the topic About Iota: infobyte in the Thread Channel logo of IotaIota 1 year, 1 month ago

    What is IOTA?
    A transactional settlement and data transfer layer for the Internet-of-Things (IoT). IOTA is intended to avoid the overheads of a blockchain and be lightweight so suitable for the emerging machine-to-machine (m2m) economy. IOTA is based on a new form of distributed ledger – the Tangle – which overcomes the inefficiencies of cu…[Read more]

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  • Coinfan started the topic About Dash: infobyte in the Thread Channel logo of DashDash 1 year, 1 month ago

    What is Dash?
    Dash is an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency released in Jan 2014 as Darkcoin and rebranded in March 2015. Dash is intended to fix some of the key problems with the Bitcoin system;

    Dash creates a block in ~2.5 minutes. Bitcoin creates a block in ~10minutes
    Dash has implemented InstantSend that uses ‘masternodes’* to allow…[Read more]

  • Coinfan created the channel Channel logo of DashDash 1 year, 1 month ago

  • What is Litecoin?
    Litecoin is a cryptocurrency. Like Bitcoin, it operates using blockchain technology but with some technical differences:

    Litecoin uses the Skrypt crypto algorithm Skrypt, Bitcoin uses SHA-256
    There can never be more than 21 million Bitcoins. The Litecoin maximum is 84 million coins
    A Litecoin transaction is approximately 4 ti…[Read more]

  • Coinfan started the topic About Ripple: infobyte in the Thread Ripple 1 year, 1 month ago

    What’s Ripple (XRP)?
    A private blockchain created for faster payment processing and mostly used by banks for payment handling using the Ripple protocol through Ripple tokens. Ripple aims to make sending money globally frictionless using the blockchain. It is currently the fastest and most scalable digital asset, enabling real-time global payments…[Read more]

  • Hi Moin

    Try these

    Local Bitcoins — Buy and sell bitcoins near you. 10M monthly users.
    Poloniex — USA. Trust: 3.5/5. Poor support
    CoinBase — USA. Trust: 5/5. Pay with fiat
    Bittrex — USA. Trust: 4/5. Many altcoins.
    CEX.IO — UK. Trust: 5/5. Fiat. Newbie friendly

    BestBitcoinExchange — Curated list of 35 popular exchanges.

    (And, if you find anothe…[Read more]

  • To keep your BTC safe, take them off the exchange and store in a wallet you own

    There are different types of wallets, with various features and benefits;

    Wallets like the Ledger Nano and Trezor are good for secure storage
    Wallets that work across different devices are a good option if you’ll be making a lot of transactions
    Paper walle…[Read more]

  • Exchange Rate
    How well does the exchange rate compare to the global average BTC price?

    Payment
    Use an exchange that takes your preferred payment method and currency
    Tip: Different payment methods incur varying fees. Credit card purchases are often charged a fee of 3-10% Most deposits by bank transfer are free

    Speed – verification
    Initial…[Read more]

  • Find a BTC exchange like Kraken or SpectroCoin 
    Exchange your local currency, (U.S. Dollar, Euro, Pound etc), for BTC
    BTC price varies throughout the world.  Research to get the best deal
    Transfer the coins to your wallet

    Tip: Learn how to transfer bitcoins to a cold storage BTC wallet

    Tip:  A BTC debit card makes spending easy

    ht…[Read more]

  • Easiest & fastest way is a credit or debit card is via SpectroCoin –  $50 or less BTC, usually within 10 minutes.

    Limits go to $200 in four days and $500 in seven days for frequent users

    Other options:
    Coinbase (Europe, USA & UK) Coinmama (worldwide).

    Buying bitcoins with a debit or credit card usually means higher transaction and proc…[Read more]