Cindy Huynh

Cindy Huynh is a digital nomad and cryptocurrency enthusiast. As a former edutech founder, she's on a mission to help others understand the social and economic implications of emerging technologies.

Kraken vs GDAX

Kraken vs GDAX | Detailed Comparison of Two Fiat Exchanges

By Cindy Huynh / May 16, 2018 / 0 Comments

Kraken and GDAX (Global Digital Assets Exchange) are popular, well trusted, and secure cryptocurrency exchanges aimed at experienced traders. Both of these San Francisco-based exchanges accept fiat currencies, but are separated by their numbers of supported cryptocurrencies: GDAX only lists 4 of the most popular cryptocurrencies, while Kraken offers trading for more than 15 cryptocurrencies.…

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What is Lendingblock? | The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

By Cindy Huynh / May 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

Lendingblock is an open exchange that connects cryptocurrency lenders and borrowers. It’s one of the first forms of securities lending in the world of cryptocurrencies. For example, with Lendingblock, if you’re a lender, you can lend any digital asset and earn additional income on your existing cryptocurrency assets. On the other hand, if you’re a…

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What is Vechain

What is VeChain | The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

By Cindy Huynh / April 26, 2018 / 0 Comments

VeChain is a blockchain-based management platform that tracks products through their supply chains. By securely recording components in a tamper-proof distributed ledger, VeChain simplifies the process of collecting, managing and sharing important product information with retailers, manufacturers and consumers. Transparency throughout the supply chain helps these key stakeholders certify the quality and authenticity of their…

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What is Tether (USDT)

What is Tether (USDT)? | The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

By Cindy Huynh / April 11, 2018 / 0 Comments

Tether is a cryptocurrency token pegged or “tethered” to the US dollar, so 1 Tether (USDT) is always equivalent to 1 US dollar (USD). To use an analogy, Tether is a bit like a casino chip. Casino chips represent money without being money. However, in theory, at the casino, you can always exchange the casino chip…

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