Crypto

Cryptocurrency is virtual money, which, unlike fiat funds, has no physical expression.

The key feature of cryptocurrencies is decentralization – the absence of any internal or external administrator.

The bitcoin network consists of related transaction blocks. Each subsequent block contains information about the previous one, so you can build them into a single chain and get information about all the transactions that have been made earlier (but not about the owners of bitcoins).

The process of creating new blocks is called mining. In order for the next block to appear on the network, it is necessary to generate a cryptographic signature for it. As a reward, you get new bitcoins. By the way, their emission is not an endless process. It is known in advance that no more than 21 million bitcoins can be created.

Almost all cryptos out there have similar mechanisms to bitcoin, differences consist in encryption methods or mining rewards.

 

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