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How to create MyEtherWallet

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MyEtherWallet is an open source, javascript, client-side tool for generating Ethererum Wallets & sending transactions. Created by kvhnuke and tayvano.

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How to join the Emollient Coin

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Emollient aims to become a cloud storage platform that can’t be censored or monitored, or have downtime. It is the first decentralized, end-to-end encrypted cloud storage that uses blockchain technology and cryptography to secure your files.

What is Chainlink

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ChainLink is secure blockchain middleware that allows smart contracts on various networks to connect with the critical resources they need to become useful for 90% of use cases. Basically, ChainLink helps to solve a huge problem by linking real-world data to the smart contracts.

How to buy and stake NEO

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NEO is the first decentralized, open-source cryptocurrency and blockchain platform launched in China. NEO tags itself as a “distributed network for the smart economy”, and NEO’s goal speaks volumes about their smart economy concept.

How to buy Qtum

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Combining a modified Bitcoin Core infrastructure with an intercompatible version of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), Qtum merges the reliability of Bitcoin’s unfailing blockchain with the endless possibilities provided by smart contracts.

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How to mine Vercoin on Linux

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Vertcoin is a promising cryptocurrency. Lightning network atomic swaps have been tested with Bitcoin and Litecoin.

What is Stratis

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You can see Stratis presentation in Coinstop Melbourne. A nice presentation, not very long to find out what Stratis is.

What is ARK cryptocurrency

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Ark is a cryptocurrency platform that has many advanced features. The video creator believes that it's undervalued and introduces ARK's features

Bitcoin Gold is a new fork of Bitcoin. To claim you have to import private keys to a Bitcoin Gold wallet. Beware of scam wallets. Importing a private key to a scam wallet, you can lose your BTC and BTG too. It is safe to move your Bitcoins to another wallet with different Bitcoin addresses, so in case of a scam wallet, the corresponding Bitcoin address has zero Bitcoins.

Private keys are very important for cryptocurrency users. If a device fails, or gets stolen, with the private key a wallet can be restored on a new device. Private keys are needed to claim new coins in case of a fork.

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