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Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)

Projects like ChainLink  are demanding 100 ETH (about $25,000), and Streamr, the platform that I recently wrote about, is asking for a minimum of 5000 Swiss Francs ($5,160).

On the official Slack channel, Henri Pihkala stated that: “Bitcoin Suisse (the company helping with the ICO) imposes a minimum of 5000 CHF equivalent, so the minimum cannot, unfortunately, be below that – at least not for the presale. We would certainly like the minimum to be lower.”


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Proof of Stake (POS)

The proof of stake method of consensus that has been in the news almost constantly ever since Ethereum announced its plans to move to it, and other exciting new currencies like OmiseGo (


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Dash and Master Nodes

In the simplest terms, a master node is a computer or server that has been set up to process Dash transactions quickly, in a method that is quite different from mining (which the Dash network also has). The owner of the master node is rewarded for operating the node with frequent Dash payments.


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While the crypocurrency world overall has opened up many doors for the less wealthy, it is clear that there are still some things in the crypto world in which only the rich are welcome.


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Cryptocurrencies have done a lot of good for the financial world. They have given us a way to democratize finance, eliminate middlemen, lower fees, and a number of other benefits.


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