For a long time blockchain was considered only to be a driving technology behind cryptocurrency.
One of the latest trends for cryptocurrency and blockchain developers is making projects aimed at so-called developing countries.
The words “blockchain” and “distributed ledger technology” sounds like synonyms for most people.
Many big companies like IBM, Microsoft, and Coca-Cola have announced interesting blockchain projects using this decentralized ledger technology.
The Lightning Network or “Lightning” is basically a payment protocol that runs atop a blockchain (primarily for Bitcoin network), and is added as a kind of the second layer in order to process more transactions and eliminate mining fees.
Either very clever or extremely risky and possibly both is the phrase which instantly springs to mind with the concept “National” cryptocurrency.
Decentralization, or the spreading out of control over a network, is the key component of cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain has become one of the most recognized terms in recent years thanks to the rise of Bitcoin.
We have all come across cryptocurrency in some way or other and tried to compare the coins amongst themselves.
Cryptocurrency is a form of digital currency based on the principle that a coin occupies a block of digital space.