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What is Litecoingold

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This is the first post about ERC20 Tokens. They are popping up around all the time. It's always good to know what's going on around the block.

What is Reddcoin

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Reddcoin is a special cryptocurrency. Many crypto investors use it. Find out how to get a profit.

Raiden Network explained

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The blockchains need all transactions to be recorded on the blockchain. Raiden network, similar to lightning network, uses payment channels to make payments off-chain, It's very interesting to see how it works.

How to mine Pirl

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Pirl is the first Ethash based Masternode Crypto, inspired by the Ethereum project. Pirl is ASIC resistant, built on an entirely new chain, and harnesses the power of Smart Contracts. Learn how to mine it.

How to mine Dash

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Dash is getting traction lately. Mining is still profitable with the new price.

What is Cardano

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Cardano is a Japanese cryptocurrency with smart contract technology. It's a new kid on the block, and info about new things is always welcome. Check out more on the video.

How to make an Electroneum Paper Wallet

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Electroneum is a new cryptocurrency. Paper wallets are a secure offline storage. Check out how to make Electroneum paper wallets.

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What is Kucoin

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Kucoin is a new exchange , based in Hong Kong. It has a unique share policy for it's users. Learn more with this video.

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Vertcoin wallets setup

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This video shows use of three Vertcoin wallets. Core wallet, Electrum wallet and paper wallet. Very nice info to have if you like Vertcoin.

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Monero GUI wallet

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With Monero, you get the most private coin around today. You have to try the privacy settings, so starting with a small amount is a must.

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