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Ethereum Rallies as Spooked Investors Turn to Crypto, CFX, AGIX, USDC Mar. 21
ETH follows BTC with strong gains. Conflux leads the altcoin charge. AGIX gains with… USDC recovers peg after Circle funding issues.
Another Bitcoin Mixing Service Has Been Taken Down: The ChipMixer
The digital age has brought us unprecedented levels of convenience and connectivity, but also new challenges to our privacy rights.
What Are Flash Loans in DeFi and How Do They Work?
As far as the various aspects of decentralized finance are concerned, flash loans appear to be the most difficult to comprehend.
Bitcoin Drops with Inflation and Regulatory Fears, EOS, SNX, IMX, Mar. 6
BTC loses 4.7% as negative sentiment weighs. EOS eyes revival with EVM. SNX tops the week with a 21% gain. IMX gains on Warner Bros deal.
Happy Birthday, Bitcoin! The Coin That Fulfilled a Dream
Cryptocurrency, like the internet, was an underestimated invention by many. However, both technologies have matured gradually and consistently.
What Are Bitcoin Mixers? The Popular Tool for Anonymous BTC Transactions
Bitcoin mixers, also known as Bitcoin tumblers, are tools that help enhance the privacy and anonymity of Bitcoin transactions.
C+Charge & Metropoly Walk Through Presales while Dogetti Bags Crypto Presale Crown
Presales are an excellent way for cryptocurrency projects to raise funds before publicly launching their coins or tokens.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Tokens: Why They’re Up More Than 45% This Month
AI tokens saw significant gains in February. Which tokens benefited the most — and will the trend last? Let's take a look.
Bitcoin Surges Over 15% with Ordinal NFT Boost, STX, MATIC, CFX, Feb. 20
BTC rally continues with a 15% weekly gain. STX surges on Ordinal activity. MATIC jumps into the top ten. CFX posts a 500% gain for the week.
Bitcoin Rocked by SEC Action on Exchange Staking, BNB, CAKE, BNX, Feb. 13
BTC rally gives way after SEC takes action against Kraken. BNB slumps 11% on contagion. CAKE loses on UNI moves. BNX is the week’s big gainer.
Coinflux is one of the leading Romanian crypto exchange platforms. The service is dedicated to all type of users and provides an easy solution to buy or sell cryptocurrencies. CoinFlux claims that since December 2015, they have exchanged over 400 million RON worth of Bitcoin, Ether, and Litecoin.
Cointed is a cryptocurrency trading platform that offers several advanced features. The platform enables access to Bitcoin ATM's, green mining, and several payment solutions for retailers of all sizes. They provide a safe and simple way of trading cryptocurrencies which allows any investor to use their services at any time.
Headquartered in Panama City, Coinapult is a Bitcoin service company that provides secure web-wallet services, tools to send Bitcoin through e-mail and SMS and API-based merchant payment-processing systems for its customers. They handle fiat deposits through CryptoCapital (private Fiat Banking Platform built to support any Crypto Blockchain), offering support for EUR, GBP, USD, gold and silver.
Coingate is a Lithuania-based exchange platform that serves both businesses and individual traders. They offer exchange services for Bitcoin and over 50 altcoins and Bitcoin payment processing software for merchants (BTC POS App). By providing several methods of payment, Coingate assures quick trades and extended functionality.
Coincheck is a Tokyo- based cryptocurrency exchange. It is licensed by the Japan Financial Services as a"virtual currency exchange" but designed to be used worldwide. It has a clean and easy interface and is available 24/7. It covers a few common altcoins and USD and YEN. They have good security measures in place.
Coinnest is the 4th largest cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea. It offers well-known digital coins like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, as well as many lesser-known coins and tokens: TRON, Bitcoin Diamond, Cardano, NEO etc. By offering these obscure cryptocurrencies, many of which are not on most exchanges, this relatively new platform has managed to attain large volumes of transactions.
Coinone is the first Asian exchange to introduce Multisig Wallet Technology in partnership with BitGo. It is one of the world's leading exchanges when it comes to trading volume, despite the fact that it doesn't allow trading altcoins against one another but only against South Korean Won (KRW). Coinone offers margin trading, competitive fees and support for popular cryptocurrencies.
Coinfloor is a UK-based Bitcoin trading platform that also offers brokerage services for its users. Coinfloor offers full digital asset exchange services for corporate and institutional clients, claiming to be the most liquid GBP exchange although it doesn't provide legal paperwork supporting this claim. At the same time, Coinfloor says there are no exchange fees.
Coinbase is among the best-known exchanges for buying, selling, transferring, and storing cryptocurrency. It is live in 32 countries, offers access to all the top digital coins, and high liquidity. Aside from the exchange, Coinbase offers other products like GDAX for traders and services for merchants and developers. Along with the web app, there is a mobile app for iOS and Android.
Coinhouse is a Paris-based BTC and ETH broker operated by La Maison du Bitcoin, which is also behind the Ledger Wallet device. The platform is popular for accepting payments from European credit cards or bank accounts while providing exchange rates aligned at Kraken's on additional fees.
Coinspot is a digital multi-currency exchange and wallet platform in Australia. They offer a hot wallet for every coin they trade. It has an intuitive interface that makes it easy-to-use for all type of consumers. They offer a wide range of Cryptocurrencies and Australian dollar support.
CoinBank wallet wants to be more than a traditional BTC wallet. They offer to pay interest on your deposits, like a traditional bank, up to 1.33% per month. Sounds interesting, but once you add your currency in their wallet you are locked in for the selected period of time. Not very wise as they can simply vanish with your BTC. CEO associated with multiple scams - avoid the wallet if possible.
Coinapult wallet supports Bitcoin and DASH and is fairly easy to use. It has a unique feature that allows you to send Bitcoin to somebody's email, mobile phone, or even Telegram. Their partnership with CryptoCapital Exchange also provides the option to buy and sell.
Coinomi is a popular free mobile wallet developed by an UK-based company that works only with Android devices. This wallet platform is useful for users that trade a lot of coins, altcoins or tokens, since it offers support for nearly 100 cryptocurrencies. Currently there isn't an iOS application available, but Coinomi claims it will be available for download in App Store sometime soon.
CoinCorner is more than a Bitcoin wallet, it incorporates exchange functions, and it allows users to top-up their account via bank transfer or credit card. The app has a good design and improved functionalities. Unfortunately, Coincorner does not provide support for United States users, the only fiat currency for the exchange is Euro.
Coinjar is simple to use and provides a great deal of functionality. Although some services are available worldwide the best functionality is only in Australia. They do issue debit cards to Australians that will allow you to spend bitcoins everywhere. They also provide some advanced security options.
Coinbase has received more investment capital than any other cryptocurrency exchange and is the first to receive backing from the NYSE and to build partnerships with government and banking regulators to make cryptocurrency trading legal and regulated. Coinbase' pivot to regulation means that user data could be shared with government regulators in the near future.
CoinVault is a web wallet supporting multiple cryptocurrencies. The aim of Coinvault is to offer a centralized, easy to use wallet with privacy and secure storage for numerous altcoins and make trading and storing cryptocurrency simple and user-friendly for non-tech savvy users. The wallet platform is still in beta stage.
Coin.Space HD is a desktop & mobile wallet for storing, sending and receiving Bitcoin, Litecoin and they recently added Ethereum. The platform promises great security through password encryption, full privacy, and control with no third party access, ease of use and the mobile app means you can access the wallet anywhere.
The NXT Core wallet was launched in 2013 by an anonymous software developer. In 2017 the online version will be shut down, but the desktop one will get upgraded to faster and easier to use version. This currency is aimed at external development so it is decentralized, written in Java, and allows for the creation of other sub currencies.