Cryptocurrencies are the digital gold of the 21st century. With the advent of Bitcoin, the financial market has changed forever. At the moment no other investment instrument can compare with cryptocurrencies in terms of popularity and profitability.
The cost of a cryptocurrency does not depend on any state, political or economic situation in the world, but is formed exclusively by the balance of supply and demand.
Cryptocurrencies can be bought and sold 24/7 all-year-round as they are not tied to official exchanges that operate intermittently on weekends and holidays.
The total computing power of computers within the system, which is used to protect transaction information, significantly exceeds the computing power of any supercomputer
in the world.
Any transactions with cryptocurrencies take no more than an hour, while banks spend 3 to 5 days on similar operations.
To make transactions with cryptocurrencies, you only need Internet access and a special wallet to receive and send virtual money.
The source codes of most cryptocurrencies are open and available for study, so that anyone can make sure that the programme performs only the declared functions.
The world's first and most expensive cryptocurrency today.Year of issue: 2009
The second largest cryptocurrency in terms of capitalization after bitcoin.Year of issue: 2015
One of the first cryptocurrencies, often referred to as "digital silver".Year of issue: 2011
The only cryptocurrency that is not based on blockchain technology.Year of issue: 2012