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How to evaluate an ICO?

Depending on the type of token you will have different value propositions. We distinguish between three general types of tokens: Type one: usage token; work token; asset-backed token Type two: native blockchain token vs. app token Type three: useful token...

ICOs – Initial Coin Offerings – Infographic

Initial Coin Offerings have become the state of the art crowd-funding /crowd-investing method for blockchain ventures. The are conducted entirely P2P on the blockchain. Funding through pre-selling coins/tokens to investors interested in supporting the...

Blockchain Tokens – Infographic

Blockchain Tokens Tokens are an integral part of the incentive scheme of permissionless Blockchains. They encourage a disparate group of people who do not know or trust each other to organize themselves around the purpose of a specific Blockchain or decentralized app....

What is a Blockchain? – Infographic

Blockchain is shared, trusted, public ledger of transactions, that everyone can inspect but which no single user controls. It is a cryptographed, secure, tamper resistant distributed database. It solves a complex mathematical problem to exist. A blockchain is the...

Smart Contracts Explained – Infographic

On blockchains like Ethereum, smart contracts are a piece of code running on top of the blockchain protocols that where the rules of a transaction are embedded into the code and automatically enforced once all parties to the smart contract meet the pre-defined rules....

The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin

Here is a quick view of the historical rise of Bitcoin from Total Processing: The following infographic covers the most significant events since the emergence of Bitcoin including price spikes, early Bitcoin startups, and first merchant integrations. Everything...

Segregated Witness (SegWit) – Bitcoin Explained

SegWit is a Bitcoin improvement proposal addressing some scaleability and transaction malleability issues. Each Bitcoin transaction consists of inputs outputs and transaction signature. This signature is used by the miners to verify the transaction. Essentially SegWit...

Zcash Explained

“Zcash offers total payment confidentiality, while still maintaining a decentralized network using a public blockchain. Unlike Bitcoin, Zcash transactions automatically hide the sender, recipient, and value of all transactions on the blockchain.” source: z.cash # Zero...

Satoshi Pay

  SatoshiPay processes nanopayments of 1c or less and enables content providers to monetise their digital goods in completely new ways. (Redacted on: 26.07.2017) Please note that Satoshi Pay is looking into discontinuing their product and moving it to IOTA. This...

IPFS – The Interplanetary File System

The step-by-step guide on how to participate in ICOs provides an overview of what a user needs to do in order to be able to invest in a startup company. The guide is split into two parts. Step1 covers the part where a user first needs to obtain the...

Monero in a Nutshell

  Monero is a privacy-centric cryptocurrency, which provides untraceable and unlinkable transactions. The user’s transaction history cannot be followed on the blockchain, but you can still easily prove your ownership of funds if you need to. Official slogan:...

Ethereum Explained

    Ethereum is a virtual machine running atop a decentralized blockchain mining so called Ethers, allowing a wide range of smart contracts. The Ethereum Project, based in Switzerland, raised millions in seed money by pre-mining and selling ethers to...

Ethereum Ecosystem

  Ethereum is a virtual machine running atop a decentralized blockchain mining so called Ethers, allowing a wide range of smart contracts. The Ethereum Project, based in Switzerland, raised millions in seed money by pre-mining and selling ethers to supporters...

Bitcoin price volatility

    Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that runs on a (1) global peer to peer network, is (2) decentralised (no single entity can control it), it’s (3) open source (wallet & transaction verification), (4) bypassing middlemen or central authority, with (5) no...

Bitcoin and taxes

  Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that runs on a (1) global peer to peer network, is (2) decentralised (no single entity can control it), it’s (3) open source (wallet & transaction verification), (4) bypassing middlemen or central authority, with (5) no issuer or...

Bitcoin Ecosystem

  Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that runs on a (1) global peer to peer network, is (2) decentralised (no single entity can control it), it’s (3) open source (wallet & transaction verification), (4) bypassing middlemen or central authority, with (5) no issuer or...

Anatomy of a #bitcoin

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that runs on a (1) global peer to peer network, is (2) decentralised (no single entity can control it), it’s (3) open source (wallet & transaction verification), (4) bypassing middlemen or central authority, with (5) no issuer or...

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