What Is Balancer?
Released in March 2020, Balancer is an Ethereum-based automated market maker (AMM) that enables users to earn fees by providing liquidity and trading.
Finality: A Necessary Condition for Blockchain Applications in Finance
Settlement finality is critical in the world of traditional finance. The same applies to decentralized finance built on distributed ledger technologies (DLT).
What is Ripple (XRP)?
Founded by RippleLab’s Chris Larsen and Jed McCaleb and released in 2012, Ripple is a global payment system that leverages open-source distributed ledger technology.
Polkadot: A Decentralized Center for Specialized Blockchain Interoperability
Polkadot could be one of the most carefully crafted blockchain projects to date, allowing for better coordination and communication between blockchains.
What is CBDC?
CBDC stands for Central Bank Digital Currency, and represents the digital form of a nation’s fiat money (currency backed by trust or faith in the regulating government).
What is VeChain?
VeChain was founded in Shanghai in 2015 by the former CIO of Luis Vuitton China, Sunny Lu, as a blockchain to improve business processes and supply chain management.
What is Dogecoin?
Dogecoin is an altcoin cryptocurrency founded in 2013 based on the popular Doge meme, and is one of the more colorful coins on the cryptocurrency spectrum.
Monero: Deep Dive
Monero (XMR) was the first cryptocurrency of its kind to offer advancements in privacy and fungibility.
What is DTube?
DTube is a decentralized video sharing platform launched in August 2017 by Adrien Marie, and is one of the most popular decentralized alternatives to YouTube.
What is Tezos?
Tezos, a promising new blockchain-based platform for building smart contracts and decentralized applications (dApps).

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