blockchain

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Digital currencies are becoming increasingly popular due to their massive return on investments. They are not printed cash or coins - instead, they are files stored in the cloud. You can buy them, sell them, or hold them. These currencies are highly secure decentralized, and transactions are verified by a network of users rather than banks or governments. They are not subject to the whims of politics or the economy. In this post, we endeavor to tell you all you need to know about such a digital currency called Ethereum.
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It's never a bad idea to stay up to date on new technology, especially when it has specific financial implications. Take bitcoin, for example. The digital currency started out as a quirk, but now it's a mainstay in discussions about global finance. ATMs deal in them, and even billionaires have invested in the technology.