Coin Guides

A coin is a cryptocurrency that is native to the blockchain it runs on. Learn about the popular coins.

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.

What is Cronos (CRO)?

CRO is a payments ecosystem that offers a range of blockchain-based solutions to help increase crypto adoption and put “cryptocurrency in every wallet.”

What is Dogecoin (DOGE)?

Dogecoin is a “meme coin” originally created as a joke around the early Bitcoin hype but has since gained popularity and adoption in the crypto assets...

What is Ether (ETH)?

Ethereum is a decentralized open-source blockchain that uses a software platform called the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) to help build smart contracts and...

What is Filecoin (FIL)?

Filecoin is a decentralized digital storage platform hosted on blockchain technology similar to Dropbox and WeTransfer.

What is Fantom (FTM)?

Fantom is a Layer 1 blockchain that features multiple execution chains on top of a single consensus layer, earning the nickname “the Ethereum killer.”

What is Litecoin (LTC)?

Litecoin facilitates peer-to-peer transactions at a cheaper and faster rate than the Bitcoin blockchain. Litecoin’s decentralized nature also removes the...

What is Harmony (ONE)?

Harmony is a Layer 1 smart contract platform that’s more scalable, secure, and can process transactions faster than other popular blockchains.

What is Solana (SOL)?

Solana is a layer-1 blockchain platform for decentralized apps, focused on speed and scalability. It became one of the fastest-growing crypto networks to...

What is Stellar (XLM)?

Stellar allows users to send money and assets across the globe, making cross-border and multi-currency remittances simple and accessible, particularly for...

What is Tezos (XTZ)?

Tezos is a smart contract platform that lets its community vote and implement changes on-chain so that the blockchain can “upgrade itself” without the need...

What is Ripple (XRP)?

Ripple functions as a global settlement network that facilitates transactions between large financial institutions, much like the traditional SWIFT system.

What is Binance Coin (BNB)?

Binance Coin (BNB) is the native digital asset for the popular crypto exchange platform Binance, the Binance Chain (built for BNB transactions), and the...

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