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Which was the first Cryptocurrency?

Kevin VoigtNov 15, 2021

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Then, who created the first Cryptocurrency?

Satoshi Nakamoto

Satoshi Nakamoto
NationalityJapanese (claimed)
Known forInventing bitcoin, implementing the first blockchain, deploying the first decentralized digital currency
Scientific career
FieldsDigital currencies, computer science, cryptography
Moreover, how do I find historical Cryptocurrency data? Top 5 Free APIs to access historical cryptocurrencies data ?
  1. Cryptowatch API (docs) (https://cryptowat.ch/) ...
  2. CoinAPI (docs) (https://www.coinapi.io/) ...
  3. Alpha Vantage (docs) (https://www.alphavantage.co) ...
  4. Bitcoincharts (docs) (https://bitcoincharts.com/) ...
  5. Cryptocompare (docs) (https://www.cryptocompare.com/)

Secondly, how can I check my coin history?

To view your order history, under 'Investments' click on the 'Orders' tab and then select the dates, you will have 3 options to view the 'pending' and 'executed' orders. 1. Order history for the past 7 days.

Who owns the most bitcoin?

Satoshi Nakamoto

Which Cryptocurrency should I invest in 2021?

Best Cryptocurrencies To Buy In May 2021

  • Bitcoin. The king of all cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin, is the first of its kind to have the highest liquidity value. ...
  • Litecoin. Litecoin comes second on our list because of its market capital and liquidity value. ...
  • Ethereum. ...
  • Cardano. ...
  • Binance Coin. ...
  • Ripple. ...
  • Dogecoin. ...
  • TRON.

How many Bitcoins are left?

21 million bitcoins

Can a Bitcoin crash?

Morris notes. “A crash is possible but we suspect each bear market will be smaller than the last.” “The shocks seem to be lessening in magnitude,” he says. “That said, bitcoin remains a volatile asset and behaves in a not dissimilar way to a speculative growth stock.

Who was the first person to become a millionaire Bitcoin?

Jered Kenna - estimated $300 million

Selling for over $200 per coin, this was just the first taste of bitcoin success. He went on to pioneer dark bitcoin mining pools, where individuals could invest anonymously in the digital currency.

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About The Author

Kevin Voigt

Kevin is an Entrepreneur, Digital Nomad, Student, and ICO Marketing Manager currently based in Berlin & Champaign. He is actively involved in the Blockchain space and has worked in numerous projects in the Silicon Valley since 2017. His interests revolve around Finance, Consulting, and Blockchain Research.

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