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Qu'est ce que les Cryptocurrencies?

Une cryptomonnaie, est une monnaie numérique décentralisée et sécurisée par cryptographie, grâce à la technologie blockchain

Une Cryptocurrencies (Cryptodevise ou crypto-monnaie) est une monnaie électronique pair à pair et décentralisée dont l'implémentation se base sur les principes de la cryptographie pour valider les transactions et la génération de la monnaie elle-même. Aujourd'hui, toutes les Cryptocurrencies sont des monnaies alternatives, dans le sens où aucune nation n'a adopté une crypto-monnaie comme monnaie fiduciaire. Les implémentations des crypto-monnaies utilisent un système de preuve de travail pour les protéger des contrefaçons électroniques. Plus d'une centaines de crypto-monnaies a été développée, la plupart sont similaires et dérivent de la première implémentation complète de crypto-monnaie : Bitcoin.

La plupart des crypto-monnaies sont conçues pour introduire graduellement de nouvelles unités de monnaie, tout en plaçant une limite au total de monnaie qui sera à terme en circulation. Ceci est fait dans le but d'imiter la rareté (et la valeur) des métaux précieux et d'éviter l'hyperinflation. Comparées aux monnaies ordinaires maintenues par des institutions financières ou gardées en espèce, les crypto-monnaies sont moins susceptibles d'être saisies par l'application des lois. Les crypto-monnaies existantes sont toutes pseudo-anonymes, bien que des ajouts tel que Zerocoin ont été suggérés, qui pourraient permettre l'anonymat

Lexique - Glossaire

Capitalisation des cryptocurrencies

Analyse de quelques cryptocurrencies

Comparateurs de cryptocurrencies

Détails des comparateurs

  • Coinmarketcap is the Google of cryptocurrency. Use it by all means, but don’t rely on it – not when there are so many great alternatives for comparing coins.

Onchainfx is investor-minded, providing a much greater range of metrics than possibly any other site. Here you can view such data as a coin’s 2050 market cap (to calculate its future worth), percentage of supply issued, ROI, and historical prices. There’s also the ability to compare the movement of two assets side by side. Bitcoin’s dominance is conveniently displayed in the header and you can even look up a coin’s Vladimir Club Cost – how much it costs to buy 1% of 1% of its total supply. This week, Onchainfx also added a checkbox in the right hand margin called “Price if Normalized BTC Supply” – aka the Bitcoin Price Equivalence.

Coincodex is modeled closely on CMC, but has a cleaner interface and some nice visualizations. For instance, you can filter results based on cryptocurrencies’ performance over a period of between 24 hours and a year and the site also has some useful cryptocurrency guides for beginners. The Coincodex Twitter is also worth a follow, as it’s stocked with interesting market tidbits interspersed with useful tips on emerging alts.

Cryptocompare is a one-stop-shop for all things crypto. View rankings for cryptocurrencies and exchanges, with recent trades displayed in real time. Filter coins by proof type or algorithm, view mining information and read reviews of wallets. There’s also a forum and commenting system, which provides an insight into user sentiment towards various coins and exchanges.

Bitinfo is a mess, but for all its sprawl, this is an extremely useful comparison site. It displays the number of transactions sent and their average value for all the major cryptocurrencies. There’s also data on block times and wallets including rich lists and wealth distribution. Bitinfo even details how active each coin’s Github repository is, giving an idea of which projects are still being developed and which have gone to seed.

Billed as a crypto research platform, Coincheckup provides all the usual data, but complements this with information on each coin’s average daily ROI and volatility over the past week or month.

Coingecko also goes with the CMC format but again adds some unique features. The ability to filter cryptocurrencies based on their hashing algorithm is useful for miners and there’s also a section that lists forthcoming ICOs. is another comparison site that doesn’t stray too far from the CMC model, the difference here being that it updates Shapeshift prices in real time. This can get dizzying after a while, but for up-to-the-second accuracy, it’s a useful resource.

Coinlib looks like another generic crypto comparison site, but it does have one nifty feature. Its comparison option enables as many as four crypto assets to be compared side by side and overlaid on a single chart.

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