New Blockchain.com ‘Primers’ Launches For Beginners In The Cryptocurrency Space
Blockchain.com, previously known as Blockchain.info, will be launching ‘Primers’ a new pieces of research that aim at bringing information about distributed ledger technology and virtual currencies to newcomers.
The information was released by the company in a recent statement. According to it, crypto enthusiasts tend to hear that access to reliable information is usually limited for newcomers. This is why Blockchain.com wants to provide a brief overview related to each cryptocurrency asset in the market.
The first digital asset to be covered will be Bitcoin Cash (BCH) a hard fork from Bitcoin (BTC) that took place back in August 2017. The new service has different articles related to digital currencies and the whole cryptocurrency industry.
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— Blockchain (@blockchain) January 23, 2019
The information will contain data that would satisfy both experienced cryptocurrency traders and also new users of digital assets. Blockchain.com will be providing statistics, technical information, key features, strengths and weaknesses. Each assessment will include clear data, summarized charts and tables and more.
This is not the first time that there a crypto and blockchain-related company trying to help individuals to learn more about digital currencies. Binance has also launched the Gold Label Project that aims at informing users about the most important and popular projects in the market.
This project aims to protect the blockchain community by encouraging projects themselves to update and maintain project-related information. This would reduce the risk from information asymmetry, according to a blog post released by Binance.
Due to the fact that the cryptocurrency market has been expanding during the last few years, there have been several scams that have been trying to steal users’ funds. With the required information in the market, it would be easier for users to distinguish between fraudulent projects and real cryptocurrencies or blockchain companies.