What are Cryptocurrencies?

Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies that operate on decentralized databases or ledgers. Unlike conventional currencies controlled by central banks, cryptocurrencies are not governed by any central authority.

Decentralized ledgers are typically structured as blockchains, serving as peer-to-peer networks that enable direct transactions between any two participants. These blockchains are upheld by miners, and every transaction requires approval through the majority consensus of all participating miners.

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Cryptocurrencies are best likened to commodities rather than stocks or bonds. Unlike companies that generate profits distributed to shareholders or pay dividends, and bonds which are tradable loans with interest payments, the long-term value of cryptocurrencies is rooted in scarcity. Cryptocurrencies derive their value from having a finite or limited supply.

As more individuals invest in or purchase a coin for transactions on a network, the demand increases, leading to a rise in price. In the short to medium term, the value of crypto assets is influenced by sentiment regarding the anticipated future demand for a coin. This characteristic makes cryptocurrencies more akin to a speculative investment.

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Equities, commonly referred to as stocks, represent ownership shares in a company. Therefore, purchasing stocks means acquiring equities and becoming a partial owner of the company corresponding to the shares you own.



Cryptocurrencies are digital assets utilized for investments and online transactions. The process involves exchanging traditional currency, such as dollars, to acquire "coins" or "tokens" of a specific cryptocurrency.


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