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What is Crypto Currency?

Crypto currency is a digital or virtual currency. It is safe from cryptography. Thus it is impossible to duplicate it. A characteristic of ...

Crypto currency is a digital or virtual currency. It is safe from cryptography. Thus it is impossible to duplicate it. A characteristic of crypto currencies is that they are usually issued by no central authority and theoretically excluded from government intervention.

Key points:

  • Crypto currency is a form of digital property. Its network is distributed across a large number of computers. This decentralized structure allows it to be out of control of governments and central authorities.
  • The term "crypto currency" derives from encryption techniques used to secure the network.
  • Blockchain is an essential component of many crypto currencies, as are corporate methods of ensuring the integrity of transactional data.
  • Crypto currencies have been criticized for causing illegal activity. The downsides of their use, exchange rate volatility, and the underlying infrastructure underlying them are the shortcomings of the crypto currency. However, there are also concerns that crypto currency is easily portable, which is good for dividends, inflation resistance, and transparency.

Description of cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrencies are systems that allow secure payments online. These are in the form of virtual "tokens". "Crypto" encrypts various encryption algorithms, and cryptographic technologies make these entries more secure.

As noted by Coinmarketcap on November 24, the world's largest cryptocurrency market fell 0.58% to $ 56,607.05. A bill to ban all private cryptocurrencies in India will be introduced in the coming winter session, with some hopes of promoting blockchain technology (a system that maintains a transaction record in Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency).

What are the advantages and disadvantages of cryptocurrency?


 Cryptocurrencies are guaranteed to facilitate the transfer of money directly between two parties without the need for a trusted 3rd party such as a bank or credit card company. These transfers are secured by a variety of incentive systems such as public keys and private keys and proof of work or proof of stack. In modern cryptocurrency systems, a user's "wallet" or account address is a public key. But the private key is only known to the owner and is used to sign transactions. Fund transfers are completed with a very minimal processing fee. This allows users to avoid the expensive fees charged by financial institutions.


The semi-anonymous nature of cryptocurrency trading is well suited for several illicit activities such as illegal money transfers and tax fraud. However, those who argue for cryptocurrency usually value their anonymity more. Under repressive governments cite privacy benefits such as protection for whistleblowers and social workers. Some cryptocurrencies are more secure than others

For example, using Bitcoin is more likely to get caught if you engage in illegal transactions online. This is because the morphological analysis of the bitcoin blockchain facilitates authorities to arrest and prosecute criminals. Most privacy-based coins exist, such as Dash, Monero, or ZCash. However, these are very difficult to detect.

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