This is the second article of our Digital Assets Decoded series which aims to give you a fundamental understanding of the cryptocurrency space. In our previous article, “What is Blockchain?”, we discussed what a blockchain is and how it stores data as a series of events.
Blockchains. DeFi. Cryptocurrencies. Consensus algorithms. These are terms that you may have heard of in recent months, and with the recent boom in Decentralized Finance, have piqued investors’ interests. How does this obscure piece of technology work, and how can you benefit from it?
What is Bitcoin? Launched in 2009 by the mysterious developer Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin (BTC) became the world’s first and largest cryptocurrency. An alternative to central bank-governed fiat money, the decentralized digital currency functions on a peer-to-peer controlled network using revolutionary blockchain technology.
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