NANO

Nano was designed solely as a peer to peer payment system. It’s unique features include instantaneous transactions, no fees (basically no fees. Each transaction costs .00035 cents), no inflation (all of the coins that will ever exist already do (200M supply)), no miners and no stakers. How it works Each wallet has its own blockchain … More NANO

DASH

Dash, a fork of bitcoin, was designed to be digital cash for everyday transactions. Like bitcoin, it uses a proof of work consensus algorithm. The bitcoin network suffers from long transaction times to confirm payments. Confirmation can take minutes or hour to be confirmed. This is a problem that still hampers the possibility of mainstream … More DASH

Monero

Monero was designed to be decentralized, peer-to-peer, untraceable digital cash. It uses a proof of work consensus algorithm and has two unique features. Untraceability and unlinkability. Unlinkability means transactions cannot be linked to public addresses on the Monero network. Untraceability means no one can tell where any transaction originated from or ended up. On the … More Monero

ZCASH

Zcash is a decentralized peer-to-peer, private cryptocurrency built as a fork of bitcoin. It uses a proof of work consensus algorithm and a Zk-SNARKS (Zero-Knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive Argument of Knowledge) algorithm to protect user’s privacy. Privacy is important in the regular economy for a variety of reasons. The first case most see for privacy are … More ZCASH

Litecoin

Litecoin Litecoin is a hard fork of bitcoin. It is often referred to as silver while bitcoin is gold. Like bitcoin, litecoin is mined and has a point at which no new litecoins can be mined. However, unlike bitcoin which is capped at 21 million tokens, litecoin will have 84 million. Litecoin is a fork … More Litecoin

Bitcoin

Bitcoin is the proof of concept for blockchains. It uses a proof of work (POW) verification mechanism. Additionally, the number of bitcoins that will ever be generated is capped to 21 million. Every four years, the number of bitcoins given out to miners per block is cut in half. This creates scarcity thereby increasing its … More Bitcoin