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What are cryptocurrencies?
Cryptocurrencies are digital money.
A while ago currencies were only something physical that we used to store value (paper money, gold, silver, or other). In the digital age, money evolved and became not necessarily a tangible object but a digital one, where through a system, like credit cards, wallets, mobile or online banking, value gets transferred.
Cryptocurrencies are the next step, instead of digitizing physical assets to transfer them online, a new class of only digital assets was created, a protocol or program, that serves the same purposes of money, but it only digital.
How did cryptocurrencies become a thing?
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How is investing in crypto different from investing in Stocks?
What is blockchain?
Blockchain is a kind of relatively new type of technology used by many cryptocurrencies to keep their records. This record keeping system works by saving transactions information in a digital ledger that is organized by successive blocks. All information about a number of transactions is stored in a block which is approved by a decentralized network, closed, and then chained or linked to the previous block, creating the blockchain. After a block is closed, records can't be changed or deleted without having to redo all the sequence of blocks that came after, each of those changes would require the decentralized network to approve, making it virtually impossible. Thus, blockchain is considered a decentralized permanent digital record for transactions.
The desensitization of the blockchain is an important factor, this means that instead of having a centralized party, government or company, that maintains, controls and keeps records which can be susceptible to tampering, information of every successive block is stored and kept by all the decentralized parties, called ‘nodes’. If information is tampered in one or several nodes, there are thousands of other that can be referenced to find the discrepancy and correct it. To hack a blockchain there would need to be a simultaneous hack of the majority of the decentralized network. Because of this the blockchain ledger is considered a permanent record, unchangeable and very secure, that has no single weakness point to be targeted.
Where are the crypto assets I invest in on Hapi stored?
When you trade crypto assets on Hapi you are doing so through Bakkt Crypto, a company that provides cryptocurrency execution and custody services. Hapi provides the app and technology for users to buy, sell and hold crypto.
In Hapi currently there isn't a crypto wallet, so you cannot enter crypto you own somewhere else, or take your crypto from Hapi elsewhere. We do know this is something our users might want, and we will keep it in mind for our future developments.
The crypto assets you invest in on Hapi are stored at Bakkt Crypto, a very well respected and established company that also partners with some of the most trusted and biggest wallet providers in the US to guarantee that all crypto assets are safely stored under the highest security standards.
It is important to know that Bakkt Crypto wallet partners are insured, which provides additional protections to users who invest in crypto on Hapi. All Bakkt Crypto user’s assets are stored together in one or more omnibus-hosted wallets, which means that your crypto assets invested on Hapi are stored alongside the assets of other investors from other platforms that provide crypto throughBakkt Crypto.
You should always have in mind that cryptocurrencies are not securities, and thus are not FDIC or SIPC insured.
Which cryptos can you find on Hapi?
You can buy, sell, or hold 8 coins currently on Hapi via Bakkt Crypto:
Shiba INU (SHIBUSD)
Ethereum Classic (ETCUSD)
Bitcoin Cash (BCHUSD)
Basic Attention Token (BATUSD)
Ape Coin (APEUSD)
USD Coin (USDCUSD)
The Graph (GRTUSD)
Enjin Coin (ENJUSD)
Curve DAO Token (CRVUSD)
Terra Classic (LUNCUSD)
Internet Computer (ICPUSD)
You can search for these cryptos via the Explore page, find the 🔎 on the bottom menu of your app, and type Ticker Symbol or Name of the crypto you want. You will be able to learn more about them and get context and relevant information before making a decision to invest.
If you can’t find a crypto that you are interested in, write to us about it. We are trying to expand the list to include all options that our users want. Some cryptos occasionally might be not available due to limited liquidity in the markets.
The list of cryptos we offer may be expanded in the future, and we’ll keep you posted as new options become available.
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How to buy crypto?
Trading crypto at Hapi is very easy! In Hapi app follow the next steps:
Keep these tips in mind:
Cryptocurrencies are available…
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