cryptocoin

cryptocoin

A unit of digital currency. See cryptocurrency and Bitcoin.
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Bitcoin, Monero and Ethereum; the crooks keep any cryptocoin proceeds for themselves.
Currency itself is all about faith that someone else will value what is essentially a worthless piece of paper or coin, and investors in Bitcoin are betting that someone in the future will value their cryptocoin.
ROGER VER WAS already a millionaire when he recreated himself as "Bitcoin Jesus," the great evangelist for cryptocoin changing the world and redeeming the many sins of the Federal Reserve.
Governor Signs Bitcoin-Friendly 'Virtual Currency Law,' Cryptocoin News (Aug.
A two-year old Bitcoin-clone called "Bitcoin-sCrypt" altcoin (coincode: BTCS) is the first cryptographic currency that has democratized cryptocoin development through CryptoVoter's open-source shareholder-style blockchain voting client.
See Swanson, supra note 37, at 13 ("An altcoin means 'alternate coin'--which commonly means any cryptocoin or cryptoledger that is not Bitcoin.
By looking at the current trend, we will see more cryptocoins in the near future.
41) Rebecca Campbell, New York City Law Firm Experiments with Blockchain Smart Contracts, CRYPTOCOINS NEWS (Feb.
See Joseph Young, As Recommended Fees Go Past $2, Bitcoin Direly Needs a Scaling Solution, CRYPTOCOINS NEWS (May 31, 2017), https://www.
These days some Egyptians currently use high end computers to 'mine' for bitcoins online in the hope of making a living finding the cryptocoins, which are currently valued at 77573 EGP each.
Like any type of data, bitcoin requires hard disk space, and such space is becoming scant In February, $1 billion worth of bitcoins were stuck in a transaction backlog due to limited capacity (Andrew Quentson, "Almost $1 Billion Worth of Bitcoins Stuck in Transaction Log," Cryptocoins News, Apr.
145) Caleb Chen, Russian Bitcoin Ban Plans to Fine Digital Currency Users, CRYPTOCOINS NEWS (Oct.