So what are cryptocurrencies?
Altcoins exist for a specific purpose, introducing a new innovation that Bitcoin lacked. Litecoin was the first, and it introduced an algorithm that made it easier to validate transactions.
Then came Dash and Monero, which held far more anonymous transactions, and Namecoin which allows people to exchange cryptocurrencies for URLs, and even Steem which pays people in cryptocurrency for blogging. There are now literally thousands of altcoins, and it’s impossible for anyone to keep track of them all, but by keeping an ear to the ground you can get in on promising coins before they take off.
You’ve heard of Bitcoin, but what about Ethereum?
How do I get started investing in cryptocurrency for beginners?
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