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    Cryptocurrency is decentralized digital currency secured by cryptography. Cryptocurrency utilizes cryptographic protocols to record ownership and prevent counterfeits (when ownership and transactions get logged on the blockchain). Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that combines peer-to-peer networking, cryptography, and incentivization by design. Cryptocurrencies can be either coins or tokens, depending on their structure and purpose. Coins are typically decentralized and have their own blockchain. Tokens rely on another cryptocurrency’s blockchain and often used to represent assets or utility.
    See [Investopedia]