Cryptocurrency

A cryptocurrency (or cryptocurrency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets. Cryptocurrencies use decentralized control as opposed to centralized digital currency and central banking systems.

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Crypto Companies

This is a list of Wikipedia articles about for-profit companies with notable commercial activities related to bitcoin. Common services are wallet providers, bitcoin exchanges, payment service providers and venture capital. Other services include mining pools, cloud mining, peer-to-peer lending, exchange-traded funds, over-the-counter trading, gambling, micropayments, affiliates, and prediction markets.

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Security Tokens (STO)

A security token is a portable device that authenticates a person's identity electronically by storing some sort of personal information. The owner plugs the security token into a system to grant access to a network service. Security Token Services (STS) issue security tokens that authenticate the person's identity.

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Utility Tokens (ICO)

A token represents a security or utility that a company has and they usually give it away to their investors during a public sale called ICO (Initial Coin Offering), in the case of utility tokens, and STO (Security Token Offerings), in the case of security tokens

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Crypto Indices

For crypto owners with little to no trading experience, the Shrimpy application is a simple and effective solution for managing crypto without the complicated bells and whistles. Unlike most complex crypto trading bots, Shrimpy takes just minutes to set up!

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Crypto Futures

Crypto futures are a way to trade the future price action for crypto assets. Bitcoin futures are the most common crypto futures, hitting the mainstream financial world around this time last year.The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) and the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) listed cash-settled Bitcoin futures trading products in December last year. Cash-settled means these futures are not backed by actual Bitcoin. When the futures contracts expire, the value is paid out to the trader in cash instead of Bitcoin.

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