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Simply Explained: NEO (NEO)

There are many blockchains in the world, each aiming to bring something different to the table. Currently dominating the “meta” are the smart contract-capable layer...

Simply Explained: TRON (TRX)

Tron is a decentralised, smart contract-compatible Layer One blockchain. On it, developers can build decentralised apps, issue tokens, process transactions, and use decentralised financial instruments...

Simply Explained: STEPN (GMT)

Stepn’s NFT game is supposed to help you get in shape, make money, and take care of the environment… simultaneously, may I add.  They’re attempting...

Simply Explained: EOS (EOS)

EOS was launched in June 2018 with ambitions to establish itself as the go-to blockchain for developers to build decentralised applications (dApps). EOS aims to...

Simply Explained: Algorand (ALGO)

The Blockchain Trilemma was termed by Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin. The trilemma references the challenges developers face in creating a blockchain that is scalable, decentralised...

Simply Explained: Waves (WAVES)

What is Waves? And well, is it making waves? Waves is a smart contract-compatible multi-purpose blockchain mainly used for decentralised applications (dApps). When Waves was...

Simply Explained: Zcash (ZEC)

There’s a common misconception that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are anonymous. However, this is not the case at all. Instead, they are pseudonymous. This means that...

Simply Explained: IOTA (MIOTA)

“Secure, efficient, lightweight, real-time micro-transactions without fees”- David Onstebo, Founder of IOTA. IOTA’s primary goal is to become the go-to platform for executing transactions between...