What is a Whitepaper? - Deepstash
What is a Whitepaper?

What is a Whitepaper?

Generally, a Whitepaper is a report or guide that informs its readers about a specific topic or issue. For example, developers can create a Whitepaper about their software to educate users on what they are building and why.

In the blockchain space, a Whitepaper is a document that helps outline the main features and technical specifications of a specific cryptocurrency or blockchain project.

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A Cryptocurrency Whitepaper enables projects to explain their products and goals to their audiences. Projects can freely choose what kind of information they want to provide, but whitepapers usually include an overview of the project’s goals, Tokenomics, products, features, and information about the Team.

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