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After 2 months of hard work, editing and rewriting, I am glad to say that I have single handedly created the Single largest repository of free knowledge in Crypto. Over 1/10 of coinmarketcap!

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1. Bitcoin [BTC]

Bitcoin is the original decentralized digital currency launched in 2009. The system is peer-to-peer and transactions take place between users directly without a middleman.

2. Ethereum [ETH]

Ethereum is a decentralized network capable of running smart contracts and applications.

3. Cardano [ADA]

Cardano is a blockchain built on Haskell, a safer and more reliable code that can compete with blockchains like Ethereum. They want to make sure …

4. Neo [NEO]

NEO, is an open source blockchain that enables management of smart assets in an efficient, safe and legally binding manner.

5. BitcoinCash [BCH]

Bitcoin Cash was forked out of the need for faster transactions, while keeping the original Bitcoin ideal.

6. Syscoin [SYS]

Syscoin wants to create a decentralized marketplace owned by no-one, with low fees and no…

7. Dogecoin [DOGE]

Dogecoin was created for fun by the American programmer Billy Markus back in 2014. It was supposed to be used as a meme currency, a move applauded by Shiba Inus all over the world.

8. Dash (DASH)

Dash is a self-funding and self-governing project. It’s an entity called a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO). Unlike a corporation that has shareholders, management, and a board of directors, a DAO is governed by programmed…

9. Monero [XMR] Monero is a safe, private, and untraceable cryptocurrency. Nobody can track your balance or transactions back to…

10. Icon [ICX]

Icon seeks to bring the different projects and crypto assets together without resorting to centralized exchanges, mainly for identification data, wallets, and goods and services…

11. Digibyte [DGB]

DigiByte aim at inception was the same as many other cryptocurrencies: they wanted to create a coin that was faster, cheaper, and more scalable than Bitcoin. DGB is very secure; having over 100,000 servers, computers, phones, and nodes spread worldwide; including 5 mining…

12. Ethereum classic [ETC]

Ethereum Classic is a decentralized platform that runs on smart contracts. Ethereum Classic moved on with the original Ethereum code out of the need to keep it immutable and untampered after the “DAO” hack in 2016…

13. Siacoin [SC]

SiaCoin is a decentralized storage platform that is secured with smart contracts. The Sia Platform uses underutilized hard drive capacity for those who want to rent that space to store their data…

14. Stratis [STRAT]

Stratis is a smart-contract platform like Neo and Ethereum. Companies and organisations can use Stratis to create their own custom blockchain applications based on the open-source code…

15. Factom [FCT]

Factom is a platform that was created for the purpose of keeping otherwise hackable and sensitive data such as medical records, criminal records, mortgage data, and public registries safely stored on the blockchain.

16. Zencash

ZenCash focuses on absolute security, privacy, and anonymity - used mainly for communications, storage, and financial services.

17. Kyber network [KNC]

Kyber is a system that allows the instant exchange and conversion of cryptoassets. It also allows merchants to …

18. Metal [MTL]

Metal is a user-friendly digital wallet that rewards its users every time they transfer or send money. It is securely encrypted, integrates with …

19. Lisk

Lisk is a blockchain application platform that allows developers to create, distribute, and manage decentralized blockchain applications by deploying their own sidechain linked to…

20. Tenx (PAY)

TenX allows you to spend your crypto gains in the real world. 50 countries accept the TenX card, and it has no spending or …

21. Verge(XVG)

Verge’s focus is to bring a fast, reliable and decentralized way of doing transactions while maintaining your …

22. Cindicator (CND)

Cindicator is a Wisdom of Crowds platform, aimed at analyzing sentiments from the market, in order to increase market returns.

23. Waves [WAVES]

The Waves Platform is a decentralized exchange and blockchain in which you can launch your own tokens.

24. Wings [WINGS]

WINGS DAO is an easy to use platform where users can create, support, and invest in Decentralized Autonomous Organizations without any specific coding knowledge.

25. Aelf [ELF]

ELF is a decentralized cloud computing project with built in governance and resource segregation. Built specifically for fintech, insurance, digital ID, and IoT industries, aelf is a cross-chain protocol that…

26. Kucoin exchange shares (KCS tokens)

Kucoin is a cryptocurrency exchange based out of Hong Kong, which uses its KuCoin shares (KCS) to provide users with discounts on …

27. Golem (GNT)

Golem Network is a global, open sourced, decentralized supercomputer that anyone can access. It's made up of the combined power of…

28. 0x [ZRX]

0x creates an easily accessible decentralized exchange specifically for ethereum assets, and enables quick, lossless transactions when transitioning between these tokens.

29. Omisego [OMG]

OmiseGo is a payment platform project within the large Thai company, Omise. They help solve a fundamental problem of coordination between payment processors, gateways and financial institutions.

30. IOTA

Iota is a crypto-asset for the Internet of things industry. The main feature of this is the Tangle, a directed acyclic graph (DAG) for…

31. Lunyr [LUN]

Lunyr is a peer-reviewed, censorship resistant, and community-centered system that ensures that any shared information is accurate and reliable.

32. Ark [ARK]

Ark aims to create an entire ecosystem of linked chains which will provide blockchain solutions to users, developers, and…

33. Library credits [LBC]

LBRY is an ad-free digital content platform that allows you to buy/sell content, or give it away for free. LBRY is censorship resistant, allowing everyone to create and sell whatever they want with a focus on movies, books, games…

34. Ubiq [UBQ]

Ubiq is a decentralized network that allows the creation and implementation of smart contracts and dApps. Ubiq is a decentralized global ledger and supercomputer…

35. Zilliqa (ZIL)

ZILLIQA is a new blockchain platform capable of processing thousands of transactions per-second with sharding built into it …

36. Waltonchain (WTC)

Walton Chain is a blockchain product for building different side chains, each focused on specific industries and …

37. Dragonchain [DRGN]

Dragonchain simplifies the integration of real business applications onto a blockchain and provides features such as …

38. Vechain [VEN]

VeChain strives to build a trust-free and distributed business ecosystem based on the blockchain technology…

39. Sophiatx [SPHTX]

SophiaTX is a Blockchain Platform and Marketplace that integrates business applications and solutions into a collaborative…

40. Rivertz - (RVT)

Rivetz aims to deliver provable cyber-controls for you to use while accessing the services you use daily. With a decentralized trust model, RVT can help you easily access …

41. Agrello (DLT)

Agrello is building the infrastructure for Legally Binding Smart Contracts that can be used for various Enterprise Applications and Personal Legal Contracts - disrupting the entire…

42. Gifto (GTO0

GIFTO is a platform that allows users to create, curate, buy, sell, and trade digital gifts across any…

43. Phore (PHR)

Phore Blockchain is a privacy focused coin, forked of the Pivx privacy coin. It was initially airdropped and rebranded from KTK. Having no ICO or pre-mine…

44. Pivx [PIVX]

PIVX is based on Bitcoin, with a focus on decentralization, privacy, and real use cases. Simply speaking, PIVX is a form of private and trustless digital cash that can be exchanged, hiding transactions and their end users.

45. Powerledger [POWR]

Power Ledger is a blockchain-based P2P energy trading platform that allows users to trade their energy surplus through the trustless network without a middleman.

46. Vertcoin (VTC)

Vertcoin is a decentralized blockchain based currency who wants to be - “The people’s coin” i.e. a financial system owned by its users…

47. Polymath [POLY]

Polymath is the first platform that will offer security token offerings, separate from the traditional ICO. It will allow for a new wave of tokenized assets including funds, real estate…

48. Counterparty [XCP]

Counterparty is a protocol that ‘extends Bitcoin’s functionality’ by allowing developers to create layers upon the Bitcoin network to make it more scalable and accessible to the masses…

49. Patientory [PTOY]

Patientory provides patients and healthcare organizations with secure, scalable, and cost effective solutions to improve care coordination while ensuring data security…

50. XIOS

XIOS is a new coin that focuses on privacy and lightning fast payment confirmations utilizing…

51. Karbowanec [KRB]

KRB is a decentralized P2P (peer-to-peer) exchange network and medium. The information that’s transmitted on the network is encrypted, and privacy is ensured.

52. Shift

Shift is a decentralized web platform where you can build your own websites, social media services, marketplace, and…

53. Iocoin [I/O COIN]

I/O Digital is an open-source blockchain system whose goal was to create a proof-of-stake cryptocurrency with fast transactions.

54. Mothership [MSP]

Mothership is a digital asset exchange, cryptocurrency trading platform and European Union (EU) token marketplace with security features, integration with digital signatures and e-Residency.

55. Civic [CVC]

Civic enables personal identity verification, using decentralized programing and biometrics…

56. Blocknet [BLOCK]

Blocknet is a cryptographic protocol that functions as a bridge between nodes on different…

57. Komodo [KMD]

Komodo is a decentralized ICO (Initial Coin Offering) platform where ICOs can be launched in a transparent and trustless manner.

58. Sonm [SNM

SONM - Supercomputer Organized by Network Mining; brings computing to the blockchain. This means that miners can leverage their spare CPU power for users to allocate data accessible through the blockchain…

59. Genesis vision [GVT]

Genesis Vision is a platform for private trust management markets that unites exchanges, brokers, traders, and investors in open and trustless network using smart contracts…

60. Zcoin [XZC]

Zcoin is based on the Zerocoin protocol, which makes not only your transactions anonymous, but the sender and recipient addresses as well. Their goal is to ensure privacy and anonymity on the blockchain.

61. Simpletoken [OST]

Simple Token creates kits that can be used by anyone to launch their smart contract on the Ethereum platform, sparing users from coding, complex ICO structures…

62. Verify [CRED]

With Verify, buyers and sellers can earn a reputation over time for – holding up their end of the bargain. You can use your reputation to earn extra perks like…

63. Storm [STORM]

Storm creates earning opportunities for people all around the world by letting members find ways to earn through micro-tasks. You can earn by playing videos, trying new products and services, by shopping or performing micro-tasks.

64. Mobilego [MGO]

MobileGo is an ERC20 token based on Ethereum, in development within the Gamecredits (GAME) mobile store, which is an Android app that will host thousands of mobile games on demand.

65. Nxt [NXT]

NXT is a platform that focuses on improving the functionality of applications on the blockchain. They employ a toolset for their users to build any kind of application they want…

66. Ardor [ARDR]

Ardor was built as a child-chain platform to Nxt (NXT). It aims to scale technologies that were built for the last 12 years on Nxt’s blockchain.

67. Status [SNT]

Status is a tool where you can safely store your Ether and ERC20 tokens, a browsing tool to find and use Ethereum dApps as well as also listing your own.

68. Bridgecoin [BCO]

Bridgecoin was created in July 2017 in order to finance the development of Cryptobridge, a decentralized exchange under development using a high performance scalable blockchain.

69. Nav

NAV Coin was initially created in June 2014 as SummerCoin (a fork of Bitcoin). NAV is a cryptocurrency based off Bitcoin.

70. Wetrust (TRST)

TRST is a decentralised platform for financial services such as lending, but without third parties.

71. Investfeed [IFT]

investFeed is a Social network for cryptocurrency investors. It’s a community and content-driven social network dedicated to cryptocurrency investment.

72. Pirl [PIRL]

Pirl is an asset of its own. It’s a masternode based cryptoasset that is ASIC-resistant - resistant to relying on heavy machinery, allowing retail miners to mine as well.

73. Ellaism [ELLA]

Ellaism’s goal is a smart contract platform that is transparent and stable, resorting to PoW without premine and no dev shares in the blockchain, as all tokens go to investors, traders and miners.

74. Aion [AION]

Aion was designed to support custom block-chains and act as a bridge between them, allowing trustless cross-chain interoperability.

75. Arion [ARION]

Arion is a community-created coin. It was created after the developer and main staking pool manager from Mutual Coin dropped out and left without a trace.

76. Raiden network [RDN]

The Raiden Network Token is an off-chain scaling solution that is compatible with ERC20 tokens and works as a layer on top of the Ethereum blockchain. It enables fast, low-fee, and scalable…

77. Elastos [ELA]

Elastos aims to create a new Internet where digital goods are easily identifiable, tradeable, and scarce.

78. Roulette token [RLT]

RLT has launched a European Roulette based on Ethereum smart contract technology. They offer various services like…

79. Loopring [LRC]

Loopring aims to solve decentralized exchanging. They will allow any platform that uses smart contracts to trade across exchanges in a very flexible way.

80. Adex [ADX]

AdEx intends to disrupt the current landscape of online advertising by addressing its main problems - advertising fraud, privacy, and consent to receiving sponsored messages, etc.

81. Kalkulus credits [KLK]

Kalkulus is an open-source, community driven cryptocurrency that is easy to mine and fairly distributed through crowdfunding.

82. Kickcity [KCY]

KickCity aims to become the first blockchain-based social network in which the exchange of information and value occurs simultaneously.

83. Selfkey [KEY]

SelfKey brings full identity ownership to the blockchain.

84. DigitalPrice [DP]

Digital Price is proof-of-stake cryptocurrency focused on fast and cheap transactions. But they also grant a staggering 66% in block revenue for those who want to run masternodes…

85. Luxcoin [LUX]

LuxCoin claims to have the most efficient GPU (graphics card) mining algorithm, and is also ASIC resistant, meaning that miners don’t need heavy duty machines to mine LUX.

86. Bitclave [CAT]

BitClave seeks to remove middlemen from advertising businesses by rewarding consumers who opt in for the service.

87. Alqo [ALQO]

ALQO is a newer fast, private, and secure cryptocurrency which has a ‘Planetary System’ upon which services and products can be built and distributed.

88. Zap [ZAP]

Zap is a platform based on Ethereum. It utilizes oracles, which are mechanisms that use external, real-time data and implement them into smart contracts and decentralized applications. Their aim is to…

89. Wax [WAX]

WAX is a decentralized platform which allows anyone to operate their fully operational virtual marketplace without having going through the hassles of investing in security, infrastructure, or payment processing…

90. Wanchain [WAN]

Wanchain seeks to connect blockchains and exchanges throughout crypto space. Any blockchain network will be able to interact with other blockchains through Wanchain in order to establish connections between different ledgers…

91. Nebulas [NAS]

Nebulas is a decentralized search engine project. It uses an open-source algorithm with good potential for scalability. Nas hopes to put all blockchain related information in one single tool.

(Side-note: Most projects didn’t really have to do an ICO. Tell me now what makes NAS any much different from

92. Dadi

The DADI token is used to pay for usage of the web services suite with fees paid out to hosts, gateways,

93. Desire [DSR]

Desire Coin is a MasterNode coin using the algo NeoScrypd with main focus on privacy.

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94. Nano

Nano is a fee-less high speed cryptocurrency. Nano transactions settle within seconds . The Nano network also claims to be capable of handling up to 7,000 transactions per second .

95. Bounty0x

Bounty0x is A decentralized bounties network enabling anyone to manage bounty programs, and users to receive payments for completing bounties.

96. Ripple

RippleNet facilitates the transfer of fiat, cryptocurrency, and commodities between Ripple Gateways. A Ripple Gateway is typically a large financial instutition such as a bank, exchange, or commodities broker.

97. Tron

TRON is the blockchain’s entertainment system of free content (texts, pictures, videos, and broadcasts) made by participants, in which TRX, TRON’s coin, is circulated.

98. Theta

Theta wants to leverage the decentralized blockchain structure to create the first Decentralized Streaming Network (DSN) whereby video viewers are incentivized to share redundant memory and bandwidth resources to address today’s video streaming challenges

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