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Press Releases from New York Coin (8 total)

Are Retail-Level Bitcoin Transactions Possible? New York Coin Has The Answer.

Bitcoin's open-source code (software), launched in 2009 by an anonymous developer, or group of developers, that are known only by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. This ingenious codebase enabled a completely trust-less network between strangers. And both sender and receiver can remain anonymous, if they so desire. Bitcoin is sent and received just like an email (but with military-grade encryption), almost instantaneously to anyone, anywhere in the world. Every 10 minutes,

Comparing Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and New York Coin

Bitcoin (symbol: BTC) is the original cryptocurrency that launched in 2009 by an unknown developer(s) using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin has a fixed block time of 10 minutes, meaning every 10 minutes a new block gets generated and is added to the existing blockchain. Irregardless of the amount being sent on the Bitcoin network, your transaction will take around an hour to get fully verified since the Bitcoin network

The History of Bitcoin Alternative New York Coin (NYC)

New York Coin (symbol: NYC) had a very similar beginning to Bitcoin in that the original developer of New York Coin original GitHub repository literally disappeared at launch. NYC Coin is the only other cryptocurrency besides Bitcoin that has an unknown developer that disappeared at launch, whose identity remains unknown to date and has never been heard from since launching coin. The original nycoin code is open-source and viewable to

New York Coin (NYC/USDT) Trading Volume Is Exploding

New York Coin ( ) – is a decentralized digital currency created by an unknown developer or group of developers and released as open-source code in 2014. It does not rely on a central server to process transactions or store funds. New York Coin (NYC) is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency and open-source software project released under the MIT/X11 license. Creation and transfer of coins is based on an open source

Chainz Blockchain Statistics Adds New York Coin (NYC)

Chainz CryptoID ( ), the premier blockchain statistics website for alternative cryptocurrencies, has recently integrated New York Coin ( Offering in-depth analysis of a blockchain's network and wallets, from distribution of funds and hashrate to geo-location and versions of connected nodes. Standard block explorers offer users basic network information such as total hashrate, coin supply and market capitalization along with search queries based on block or transaction hash (txid)

New York Coin: One of First 300 Cryptos Listed at CoinMarketCap

CoinMarketCap ( ) is one of the most popular and trusted websites in the cryptocurrency arena. It is also one of the oldest. CoinMarketCap provides market cap rankings, price, available supply, daily trading volume, charts, and more for over 5,000 cryptocurrency coins and tokens. It also provides historical snapshots, currency converter calculators, API plug-ins, an events calendar, and watchlist for users to personalize. CoinMarketCap is the original aggregator of

Is New York Coin (NYC) The Most Undervalued Crypto In The World?

Most of you probably have never heard of New York Coin (symbol: NYC), even though NYC is an original open-source cryptocurrency that was launched back in early 2014. New York Coin is actually older than Ethereum, which launched over a year later in 2015. New York Coin is open-source code that was published at Github by an unknown developer(s) back when New York regulators were targeting the Bitcoin community and

New York Coin Crypto Trading Challenge

New York Coin ( ) is offering a 5% bonus for all NYC buys during the entire month of March at premier exchanges Folgory, TOKOK and STEX. This special bonus event is to celebrate New York Coin's inclusion on 3 top exchanges last month. During the month of March, anyone purchasing New York Coin (NYC) will earn a 5% bonus just by emailing proof of purchase to New York

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