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How to create a token on Ethereum

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Tokens in the ethereum ecosystem can represent any fungible tradable good: loyalty points, coins, IOUs, gold certificates, in game items, etc. Since all tokens implement some basic features in a standard way, this also means that your token will be instantly compatible with the ethereum wallet and any other client or contract that uses the same standards. This compatibility makes it easy for users to store it and use it, with an ethereum wallet.

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How to use Coinbase for trading

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Coinbase is a well known cryptocurrrency exchange in the United States. It is a good solution for someone that wants to trade cryptocurrencies. In the tutorial all the functions needed for trading are presented.

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Sonetimes, it is important to inform the other party, that we had sent the Bitcoins to the requested address. To do this you need to send the transaction ID. The other party, can search the blockchain, with a blockchain explorer, and see the transaction as it is recorded. He can see the from to addresses the amount, and if the transaction is confirmed.

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How to buy DASH from Exmo exchange

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Dash is a cryptocurrency, that has a built-in mixing service, to improve privacy. Since it's creation, it has an increased fee InstantX transaction. With InstantX a transaction is flagged "confirmed", immediately, for over the counter transactions. The transaction's input addresses are blocked till transaction is confirmed by the miners, to avoid double spending. See other posts about trading

How to mine Burstcoins

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Burstcoin uses an advanced green algorithm to verify transactions.The underlying network for transactions is decentralized by over 1500 full nodes. Burst includes Smart Contracts via a technology called Automated Transactions. This allows e.g. decentralized trustless & commission free Crowdfunding and Lotteries and many other use cases. See other posts about mining

How to use Jaxx wallet

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Jaxx wallet is a multi asset wallet like Exodus. You can use it for many assets, and it's very user friendly. Jaxx supports many of the leading cryptocurrency platforms. It’s our goal to offer as much choice as possible in the new, emerging world of blockchain. Jaxx has been designed to work (and sync) across all your devices.

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How to margin trade on Kraken

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Kraken is the top exchange for euro bitcoin traders. The trading platform, which is arguably the best of all the bitcoin exchanges, is number one in terms of BTC/EUR trading volume. Kraken holds the majority of bitcoin offline - cold storage, in other words - with "air gap" isolation from any online network, making hacking theft nearly impossible. See other posts about trading

Bittrex is a very popular cryptocurrency exchange. Now, ethereum is on the rise, and many people want to know how to trade and take advantage of the current situation in the cryptoxurrenxcy markets.

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How to mint Peercoin

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Peercoin is the first proof-of-stake coin, which means it doesn’t require massive computing power to secure the network. The inflation rate is constant and lowering. After Peercoins are held for 30 days, they are eligible to earn a 1% annualized reward. When the entire money supply grows due to the minting process, all Peercoin holders who participate in minting maintain their relative share of the network. Transactions are processed almost immediately via Peercoin’s blockchain technology. A block explorer instantly verifies an incoming payment.

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How to pay a Bitpay merchant

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Bitpay is a payment processor that helps merchants to receive Bitcoin payments. It is very easy to pay with Bitcoins. Much easier than paying with a credit card or paypal. You give the address and the amount and that's it!