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Strong Communities Make Successful Cryptocurrencies

Technology and features frequently dominate the debate when people try to differentiate a “good” coin from a “bad” one. You will hear about things like transactions per seconds, consensus method, distribution, privacy, applications, partnerships, developers backgrounds, etc…

These elements are indeed an important aspect of any blockchain project, they generate the initial appeal and the subsequent identity and ideology of the protocol. For example, Monero aims to be the most private way to exchange value, for Ethereum it is about being a decentralized world computer, and the list goes on for hundreds of other projects.

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