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The blockchain is a shared public ledger and transactions can be viewed by anyone.
Uncover how it's possible to have a currency with a capped supply.
A node doesn’t necessarily mine Bitcoin. All miners are nodes but not all nodes are miners.
In short, a trading pair are two pairs currencies that can be traded between each other
To verify transactions, miners have to solve complex mathematical problems. In return, they get rewarded.
In short, the hash function is the mathamatical process to manage complex data.
A peer-to-peer (P2P) network is a group of 2 or more devices.
Both are ways for projects to publicly raise funds.
Crypto projects can also raise funds through ICOs, STOs, IEOs and IDOse
Bitcoin miners use the SHA-256 Cryptographic Hash Algorithm
A cryptocurrency exchange is simply a platform that matches buyers of cryptocurrency with sellers.
Bitcoin was the very first cryptocurrency ever created, but is brand recognition why Bitcoin is number one?
Bitcoin’s security is one of its major assets. But can it be hacked?
A dusting attack is a tactic used by hackers and scammers to determine the who is behind a crypto wallet.
Bitcoin transactions are pseudo-anonymous, with forensic analysis, any Bitcoin address used in a transaction is likely to be traceable.
There are many theories out there. Ultimately, unless we hear it from Satoshi himself, we’ll never really know for sure.
You don’t have to buy a whole Bitcoin, you can buy half or even a fraction of one. These smaller portions are known as satoshis.
Learn how blockchain technology supports the Bitcoin network.
A blockchain fork is a collectively agreed upon software update.
It is likely that mining technology will improve, eventually becoming so small and cheap that they can be installed on many electronic devices.
The best example is blockchain’s first and still most famous application: Bitcoin.
A dApp is essentially a decentralised application or program that is completely open source.
Bitcoin’s scalability problem
Cold wallets are not connected to the internet
Blockchains are usually public
Satoshis have been referred to as SATs more in everyday cryptocurrency conversations
A primer on supply and demand
Reviewing some misconceptions
Maintaining the ledger
Accessing the system
Recognising scams to reduce risks
With potential comes risk
Wallets, vaults and private keys
A way to connect, automate and eliminate inefficiency
The basics of a financial revolution
The origins of a trustless system
Consumer and merchant benefits
The first global computer
A more versatile blockchain
Bitcoin and Ethereum have very different purposes?
A peer-to-peer payments currency
Bitcoin Cash came from Bitcoin
Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash have different priorities
Crypto for cross-border payments
XRP was integrated into Ripple in 2012
XRP and Bitcoin offer different functionality
A faster version of Bitcoin
A fork of the Bitcoin Core client
Litecoin aims to improve fees and transaction times.
Understand the language around Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
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