Bitcoin (BTC) - first decentralized digital currency, created in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto. Also, cryptocurrency with the highest price uses Proof of Work as a new transaction acceptation algorithm.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) - is a hard fork from Bitcoin, the main difference is block size (up to 8MB), while Bitcoin has 1MB.
Ethereum (ETH) - is a cryptocurrency which blockchain is generated by the Ethereum platform. Created by Vitalik Buterin in 2015.
Litecoin (LTC) - similar to Bitcoin, created by Charles Lee in 2011. The main difference is block process (2.5 min) while BTC has 10 min.
Dash (DASH) - originally released as an XCoin in 2014, later renamed to DarkCoin. Rebranded in 2015 to Dash which stands for â€œDigital Cash.â€
Quantum (QTUM) - launched in September 2017, combines the modified Bitcoin Core infrastructure, the possibilities provided by smart contracts of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) and a high focus on mobile devices to reach as many businesses as possible.
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Ripple (XRP) - launched in 2012 by Ripple, it is one of the fastest digital means of payment with the transaction confirmation time at 4 seconds. Unlike many other cryptocurrencies, it cannot be mined.
Nano (NANO) - Launched in 2015 by Colin LeMahieu. It was initially known as RailBlocks, and is praised for being a low-latency platform allowing for quick and free transactions.
Bytecoin (BCN) - launched in 2012, it is the first cryptocurrency to use CryptoNote protocol, which promises its users and their transactions almost absolute anonymity. Bytecoin ensures its value by slight decrease of emitted Bytecoins every two minutes.
Verge (XVG) - launched in 2014 as DogeCoinDark, it aims to be fast, everyday method of payment with the focus on anonymity; supported by Tor and I2P can make any transaction untraceable.
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FuturoCoin (FTO) - launched in 2018 by FutureNet, it is a cryptocurrency where you can perform as much as 10 transactions within one fixed fee. Unlike in other cryptocurrency networks, the amount of mined coins stands constant at 13.31811263 FTO for each block.
Infinity Economics (XIN) - combines a versatile Infinity Economics platform and quick and secure online currency in the form of XIN Coin that was launched in January 2017.
DeepOnion (ONION) - launched in 2017, it is one of the most anonymous cryptocurrency networks available. Relying solely on the TOR network, it ensures that the transactions cannot be traced back neither to the sender nor the receiver of the ONIONs.
DraftCoin (DFT) - created in 2014 as the currency used on BTCDraft platfom, which offers casino games, arcade games and sport betting.
StrongHands (SHND) - initially designed as a Bitcoin fork named PeerCoin, StrongHands improved both Proof-of-Stake and Proof-of-Work systems and eventually implemented it in their own, independent cryptocurrency.
EXPERIENCE POINTS (XP) - launched in August 2016 aims to be a platform allowing a variety of businesses and educational institutions to plug in and integrate XP coins into their products as rewards for their users.