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  • How to withdraw BEP-20 tokens on Binance Smart Chain

    How to withdraw BEP-20 tokens on Binance Smart Chain

    In this article, we’ll explain what’s BEP-20 token standard, show you how to withdraw BEP-20 tokens to save both time and fees, and share a list of exchanges that support direct BEP-20 withdrawals.

    What is BEP-20?

    BEP-20 is a token standard on Binance Smart Chain that extends ERC-20 and BEP-2 tokens, providing additional functionality that allows you to move your tokens between different blockchains and more.

    With BEP-20, you can:
    • Use compatible
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  • What Is Basic Attention Token (BAT)?

    What Is Basic Attention Token (BAT)?

    Digital advertising is broken.” This premise is what the Basic Attention Token (BAT) seeks to fix. How exactly does it do that? By rewarding user attention in advertising and giving back to the creators.

    Powered by the Brave browser, BAT is set to change the traditional advertising model. The idea is that this new design could benefit the users, creators, and even the advertising companies.


    Designed by one of the Web’s top minds,...
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  • What Is Swipe Token (SXP)?

    What Is Swipe Token (SXP)?

    Swipe’s native SXP token fulfills several use cases in Swipe’s payment ecosystem. Holders of the token can enjoy multiple benefits, ranging from paying for transaction fees to staking and getting discounts on the Swipe platform.


    As part of the growing Decentralized Finance (DeFi) ecosystem, Swipe provides a wide variety of products and services to its users. Swipe's Visa debit card and multi-asset DeFi App allow you to instantly convert between...
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  • An Introduction to ERC-20 Tokens

    An Introduction to ERC-20 Tokens

    Ethereum was founded by Vitalik Buterin in 2014, positioning itself as an open-source platform for launching decentralized applications (DApps). Many of Buterin’s motivations for creating a new blockchain stemmed from the Bitcoin protocol’s lack of flexibility.
    Since its launch, the Ethereum blockchain has attracted developers, businesses, and entrepreneurs, spawning a growing industry of users launching smart contracts and distributed applications.
    In this article, we’ll look at the...
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  • Elastic Supply Tokens Explained

    Elastic Supply Tokens Explained

    Elastic supply tokens have a changing circulating supply. The idea is that instead of price volatility, what changes is the token supply through events called rebases.

    Imagine if the Bitcoin protocol could adjust how much bitcoin is in user wallets to achieve a target price. You have 1 BTC today. You wake up tomorrow, and now you have 2 BTC, but they’re each worth half of what they were yesterday. That’s how a rebase mechanism works.

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  • What Are Wrapped Tokens?

    What Are Wrapped Tokens?

    A wrapped token is a cryptocurrency token pegged to the value of another crypto. It’s called a wrapped token because the original asset is put in a wrapper, a kind of digital vault that allows the wrapped version to be created on another blockchain.

    What’s the point? Well, different blockchains offer different functionality. And they can’t talk to each other. The Bitcoin blockchain doesn’t know what’s happening on the Ethereum blockchain. However, with wrapped tokens, there...
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