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  1. Cryptocurrency

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    overview of cryptocurrency units and their ownership. The system defines whether new cryptocurrency units can be created. If new cryptocurrency units can

  2. Cryptocurrency exchange

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    A cryptocurrency exchange or a digital currency exchange (DCE) is a business that allows customers to trade cryptocurrencies or digital currencies for

  3. Cryptocurrency wallet

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    spend cryptocurrencies. The cryptocurrency itself is not in the wallet. In the case of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies derived from it, the cryptocurrency is

  4. Cryptocurrency tumbler

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    Cryptocurrency tumbler or cryptocurrency mixing service is a service offered to mix potentially identifiable or 'tainted' cryptocurrency funds with others

  5. Monero (cryptocurrency)

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    Monero (/məˈnɛroʊ/; XMR) is an open-source cryptocurrency created in April 2014 that focuses on fungibility, privacy and decentralization. Monero uses

  6. List of cryptocurrencies

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    number of cryptocurrencies available over the internet as of 19 August 2018[update] is over 1600 and growing.[citation needed] A new cryptocurrency can be

  7. Petro (cryptocurrency)

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    The petro (₽), or petromoneda, launched in February 2018, is a cryptocurrency issued by the government of Venezuela. As of August 2018[update] it does

  8. NEM (cryptocurrency)

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    $530 million cryptocurrency theft". Japantimes. Retrieved 25 June 2019. "Singapore-based NEM foundation ends tracking of stolen cryptocurrency". Japantimes

  9. Tether (cryptocurrency)

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    Tether is a controversial cryptocurrency with tokens issued by Tether Limited. It formerly claimed that each token was backed by one United States dollar

  10. Cryptocurrency bubble

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    ban trading in cryptocurrency, the price of bitcoin depreciated by 12 percent. January 26, 2018, Coincheck, Japan's largest cryptocurrency OTC market, was

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