The Crypto Guides

In our crypto guides, we explore bitcoin and other popular coins and tokens to help you better navigate the crypto jungle.

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What is Polkadot (DOT)?

Polkadot is a protocol that allows blockchains that have different structures and purposes to interoperate within and outside the Polkadot network.

What is Cardano (ADA)?

Cardano is a third-generation blockchain designed to have smart contract functionality with emphasis on scalability, sustainability, and decentralization.

What is Algorand (ALGO)?

Algorand is a Layer 1 smart contract platform that has made strides in solving the blockchain trilemma of scalability, decentralization, and security.

What is Cosmos (ATOM)?

Cosmos runs an ecosystem of parallel blockchains that can scale and communicate with one another, making it “the internet of blockchains”.

What is Avalanche (AVAX)?

Avalanche (AVAX) is a smart contract platform that uses its own consensus mechanism to process transactions at a faster and cheaper rate.

What is Bitcoin (BTC)?

Bitcoin is a digital currency that allows transactions to be made directly between parties without going through a financial institution.

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What is AAVE?

AAVE is a liquidity market protocol that allows users to lend and borrow crypto assets without the need for third-party intermediaries.

What is Balancer (BAL)?

Balancer is an Automated Market Maker (AMM) protocol that functions as a decentralized exchange (DEx) and a “self-balancing” portfolio management tool.

What is Binance USD (BUSD)?

Binance USD (BUSD) is a stablecoin, pegged to and backed by the U.S. dollar, supported by major cryptocurrency exchange Binance.

What is Curve (CRV)?

The Curve protocol is a decentralized exchange for trading cryptocurrency assets, focusing on stablecoins swaps and swaps between similar assets on Ethereum.

What is DAI?

DAI is the first decentralized, collateral-backed stablecoin that attempts to maintain a 1:1 stable value with the U.S. dollar by locking other crypto assets...

What is Enjin Coin (ENJ)?

Enjin offers custom tokens and digital assets that users can trade, distribute, and manage within and outside Enjin’s network.

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