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Examples of Whitepapers

Examples of Whitepapers

Bitcoin Whitepaper: The bitcoin whitepaper was published in 2008 by an anonymous individual or group known as Satoshi Nakamoto. The Bitcoin whitepaper is called "Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System."

Ethereum whitepaper: The Ethereum whitepaper explains how its purpose differs from that of Bitcoin. The Ethereum whitepaper presented a platform that would enable developers to build and deploy all kinds of decentralized applications (DApps). The whitepaper also explains the technological solutions that made Ethereum possible, such as smart contracts and the Ethereum Virtual Machine.

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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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