Basic Concepts

1
What is a Cryptocurrency Tumbler or Mixer? Is it legal?

A cryptocurrency tumbler is a system which mixes transactions in order to make it difficult to trace the origin of the funds. Although in legacy fiat money markets this would be se...

2
What is a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG)? Why should I know about this?

A Directed Acyclic Graph, or DAG, is a graph where no “loops” exist and where you can only flow one way throughbnlout its paths. Essentially a DAG represents a process ...

3
What are digital assets? Are cryptocurrencies considered digital assets?

Since beginners often ask what a digital asset is, in this article we take a look at this concept and how it is related to cryptocurrencies. The concepts used in cryptocurrency are...

4
What is Crypto Anarchism?

Crypto Anarchism is a political ideology which advocates the use of strong cryptography as an instrument for the promotion of Anarchy, including unrestricted personal freedoms and ...

5
What is actually a cryptocurrency fork?

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past 9 years, then you’ve probably heard about cryptocurrency forks. Bitcoin Cash was probably the most hyped, feared, loved...

6
Summary of cryptocurrency consensus mechanisms

There are currently two mainstream consensus mechanisms used by cryptocurrencies: proof of work and proof of stake. But ...

7
What is a Metaverse?

A Metaverse is a conceptual virtual world that incorporates ideas from the Internet, augmented reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence and other state of the art technolo...

8
Understand Complementary Cryptocurrencies

Complementary cryptocurrencies are a concept similar to complementary fiat currencies. They’re not standalone cryptos which hold their own value but, as the name suggests, th...

9
Understand asymmetric AKA public key cryptography

For thousands of years the art of encryption consisted in hiding one secret from the enemy. By gaining access to this secret the opponent could decode the message and, per...

10
Understand Multisignature Systems

A Bitcoin is simply a signed transaction on the blockchain. When you say you own X Bitcoins, it means one or more transactions were signed, using private keys, attributing a certai...

Crypto.BI is 100% AD-FREE + 100% TRACKER-FREE.