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An electronic ledger that keeps individual records (blocks) linked together in a single list (chain) spread across a network of computers (decentralization). Used for recording transactions made with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) while letting anyone and everyone on the network to see first-hand the entries of others.
Blockchain is on its way to become a lower cost, more efficient way to share information between open and private networks. The most disruptive technology in decades that has the potential to form new foundations for economic and social systems.
Grow your portfolio with top-performing crypto
Boost your portfolio’s performance with leading cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). For the past decade, digital coins have been beating benchmark indices as the S&P500 as well as safe-haven commodities like Gold (XAU).
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B for Bitcoin
Diversify your portfolio with Bitcoin (BTC) and increase your total portfolio’s return on investment (ROI). Be an early adopter, experience early-investor advantages and maximize returns over the long term.
Ether (ETH) and the Ethereum Network
For transactions, computational services & more
An open-ended, blockchain-based and public software platform that enables peer-to-peer contracts (Smart Contracts) and Decentralized Applications (DApps).
The Ether (ETH) cryptocurrency is needed to create and run applications as well as support the Ethereum network. Developers can use ETH to write smart contracts that receive, hold, and send ETH to other users. Sometimes, Ethereum refers to both the network and the cryptocurrency.