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What Is Cryptocurrency and Why Should You Invest in It?

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In this article, I’ll talk about Bitcoin, Ripple, Tezos, and TrustTokens. If you’re interested in investing in cryptocurrency, you’ve probably come across the term cryptography. But what exactly is cryptocurrency? And why is it worth investing in it? Let’s find out! And remember, it’s not like the stock market. The value of a cryptocurrency is not determined by how much money is in it.

Bitcoin

There are many risks associated with Bitcoin. This currency has no guarantee of value, and its digital nature makes it vulnerable to market fluctuations. This volatility is reflected in the number of investor alerts issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Therefore, investors should exercise due diligence before investing in this currency. It is best to invest only money that you can afford to lose. However, the price of Bitcoin fluctuates wildly, so do not get panicked if your price goes down.

Ripple

The Ripple cryptocurrency is currently embroiled in a legal battle with the U.S. government. This case could set a precedent for the blockchain industry and bitcoin. The SEC sued Ripple last December on the grounds that the company raised $1.3 billion in unregistered digital-asset securities. The SEC claims that XRP is not a currency, but rather a security. Ripple denies the allegations, but has offered its own defense.

Tezos

Tezos was developed by well-known developers, and has gained a lot of investor trust. Its PoS protocol ensures a high level of system security. It is scalable and highly reliable and is based on smart contracts. The coin is currently on a development roadmap. The next milestone for the Tezos cryptocurrency is the migration from the Alphabet test network to the mainnet. Earlier, the project had achieved a major milestone by moving from the test Alphabet to the Betanet, and the mainnet must be the final step.

TrustTokens

The TrustToken cryptocurrency aims to tokenize all real world assets, with real estate being the most popular. As there is around $200 trillion in real estate worldwide, tokenizing it would create more wealth for the world. Assets are not liquid, so they do not have as much value. The TrustToken team includes An Koo, Rafael Cosman, and Stephen Kade, who founded Kernel, a company that invented neural interfaces.

Litecoin

The Litecoin cryptocurrency is a popular digital currency that allows you to buy and sell it online. Before you can make a purchase, you must create an account and register with an exchange. Fund your account using a credit card or cash. Once you have funds, you can buy and sell Litecoin on an exchange. A trading account is similar to the way you would conduct NYSE stock transactions. You can make as many purchases as you wish.