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Dear Community,

Cryptocurrency market has been developing drastically, bringing more and more innovations to explore. The Bytecoin team understands the importance of keeping a finger on the pulse, thus we give you an insight into the great things that kept our team busy around the clock for quite a long time.

As you know, the growing popularity of tokens has resulted in top ten token market capitalization value overgrowing $1.4 billion. Evolving the trend, the Bytecoin team has broken ground on developing a wallet-integrated solution that would allow anyone to create their own Bytecoin based token.

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A lot is possible on the blockchain. But, the blockchain does not have power to solve every problem thrown at it.

Diamond provenance protection, asset trading, land title registry, passport issuance, smart contracts, currency… you name it, there is already a startup building the solutions for it on the blockchain (the decentralized public ledger that underlines most cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin). And the list of possible opportunities that the technology has to offer seems to grow longer each passing day.

As a matter of fact, it is now almost a given that at every Bitcoin meetup, conference or forum you attend, there will be someone who sees it as the right place to let the world know of the new blockchain innovation they have been working on. What’s more, the impression that there is nothing that can’t find a solution from the distributed ledger technology has done more than take hold in the Bitcoin community. It is now catching on with the mainstream financial institutions, technology companies and even beyond.

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I have a phone, and I have no idea how it actually works despite the fact that people, like me, created it. I know that there are detailed descriptions of its operation, nevertheless, when I make a call, it is magic for me. I am used to it, and I perceive it as something routine, but it is still a kind of magic.

We are surrounded by these “black boxes” that perform some operations we do not understand. We have created some of them and, generally, understand what they do. Some “boxes”, however, were created by nature and we have poor understanding of their magic, or we have none at all.

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A man was honored for 50 years of loyal service to a Virginia bank. At the party celebrating his long service, he was asked what he thought had been ‘the most important change that he had seen in banking in his half century of service?’ The man paused for a few minutes, then went to the microphone and said: ‘air conditioning’.
Martin Mayer, The Bankers.

Financial experts put enormous effort into making their work look like rocket science. It pays off by keeping their club closed. However, the basic financial concepts are simple enough to explain them in ten minutes. Understanding how banks work leads to understanding how alternatives to banks work, what their advantages and disadvantages are and if we can trust them.

Peer-to-Peer lending is one of such alternatives. The Internet provides people with an option to permanently abandon the large and cumbersome centralized mediator that makes decisions for issuing loans or sets interest for deposits. Now, the Internet allows people to lend money to each other. All they need is a suitable platform.

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Smart Contracts are mentioned more and more frequently on the Internet. Banks issue investment advice and publish research, journalists write articles describing the hi-tech future, and opinion leaders share their forecasts about when Smart Contracts are going to turn the world around.

The forecasts, as it often happens, are too optimistic, and the possible effect that Smart Contracts will have on people’s lives is exaggerated. Should we keep going deeper into this field and keep track of development and adoption of Smart Contracts?

Bytecoin Team’s view: Yes, we certainly should. Despite the fact that Smart Contracts cannot reform our world as much as some activists believe, they will have a niche in the world economy: Increase reliabil…

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