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Cryptocurrencies

What are Cryptocurrencies?

Cryptocurrencies are revolutionizing investment trading. Since their advent in 2009 and, more specifically, with the popularity of Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies attract investors who are looking to trade against other digital currencies. Cryptocurrencies rely on blockchain technology and cryptography for securing financial transactions. These transactions are not reliant on a centralized cash system. The blockchain network allows everyone to see transactions throughout–not only their own. 

Cryptocurrencies are not beholden to any centralized bank or banking system. Investors do not have to adhere to government or third party demands when investing in cryptocurrencies. They simply use their cryptocurrency wallets to store, receive, and send cryptocurrencies. Grand Cayman Capital supports cryptocurrency investments. The most common cryptocurrencies today include:

Most Commonly Traded Cryptocurrencies

While Bitcoin remains the most dominant of the cryptocurrencies, this is still a new field for investment. Investors should, not surprisingly, expect volatility.

Grand Cayman Capital features a robust package designed with the tools and resources that today’s investors need to make wise investment decisions based on their own risk tolerance and trading goals. We invite you to get to know our platform as well as the specific tools that come with its design. Investors use our dashboard to access the markets they wish to invest in. They also gain access to our resources that provide them with essential information and tools to make their preferred trades and investments.

Bitcoin

The most dominant digital coin in the Cryptocurrency market remains Bitcoin. However, their market share has decreased from 90 percent in 2017 to hovering around 40 percent currently.

Ethereum

Established in 2015, Ethereum cryptocurrency ranks behind Bitcoin, but can also be used by app developers to pay transactions and services on their network.

Litecoin

The most dominant digital coin in the Cryptocurrency market remains Bitcoin. However, their market share has decreased from 90 percent in 2017 to hovering around 40 percent currently.

IOTA

Ethereum

Striving to be the standard mode of the transaction between internet-connected devices, IOTA was formed to record and execute trade between internet-based machines.

ZCash

Zcash

Working as a decentralized and open-source cryptocurrency, Zcash provides privacy and transparency on digital transactions.

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