What is Ethereum ?
Created by Kshitij about a year ago
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- coin is like a Kotlin which runs natively
- Token is something like a flutter which is not a native stuff but serves the purpose on cross platform.
great explain every help full.
will topics related to nft and an introduction to blockchain based apps like truffle, ganache will be taught here?
nice explanation but it would be great if u dig a bit deep into coin vs token technical explanation.Thank you
still confused on the difference between coin and token
No information about how exactly the tokens and coins are different :(
please, add transcript in spanish
Coin Vs Token - Thinks coins are more native to the blockchain system, means example bitcoin is a native one that has a standalone implementation that runs on the bitcoin blockchain system same for Ether on Etherium and coming to Token, this is a standard which is different compare to cryptocurrency but can be used in various use-cases like Gaming, NFT's etc , this tokens basically can run on any blockchain systems, not tied with any standalone blockchains ex : ERC20, Tron based ..
Who comes from Android .
Is protocol and coin the same?
Could you please explain what is the difference between coin and token? filtering on coinmarketcap website doesn't explain what is the difference between the two.
The difference between coin and token is coin is in its own blockchain for example bitcoin is built on the bitcoin blockchain and an example for a token is shiba inu which is built on Ethereum blockchain. Let me give you an analogy suppose you buy a house you have to do its maintenance and you have the freedom to do whatever in it and it is yours and if you rent a house you can not do what you want and MAINLY it's not yours!!!!.People create tokens because they don't have the time or effort or power to create a blockchain.The most popular blockchain is ethereum blockchain.
Doge have its own blockchain ?
I just want to confirm whether coin is built on its own blockchain (eg: ether on ethereum, bitcoin on bitcoin blockchain) and Token is completely same as that of a coin but it is built on another blockchain (eg: bitcoin cash on bitcoin blockchain)
Did you meant to say ' Tokens are built on top of Protocol/Coin ' whereas ' Protocol/Coins are standalone ' ? I'm still confused between these two terminologies :(
What is a token and what is the difference between a token and coins?
Coin and Token are not thesame