Virtual private networks create an extra level of defense by using encryption and decryption services.
ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) August 15, 2019
TorGuard has published an informative guide entitled “A Guide to the Different Types of Cryptocurrency” to educate people on different types of cryptocurrency.
With this guide, TorGuard informs consumers on cryptocurrency by providing information on what cryptocurrencies are, different types including Bcash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Zcash (ZEC), Dash (DASH), Ripple (XRP), Neo (NEO), EOS (EOS), Cardano (ADA), Monero (XMR), and Litecoin (LTC), and the relationship between VPNs and cryptocurrencies.
Within the past few years, the world of cryptocurrency has grown considerably. Cryptocurrency is a form of digital currency, and while it was first opposed by the traditional finance industry, people now embrace blockhain technology. With the emphasis on privacy and decentralization, it uses mathematical equations to create, store, and transfer the currency.
A variety of cryptocurrencies are currently available, and the number will continue to increase in the future. It is important to look at what features you desire in cryptocurrency so you will be able to find the one best suited for your needs. Dash is known for its privacy, and Cardano focuses on interoperability and speed. Neo is prominent in China while Ripple is ideal for transactions on a global basis.
“Privacy is important in transactions regarding cryptocurrencies,” said TorGuard CEO Benjamin Van Pelt. “Virtual private networks create an extra level of defense by using encryption and decryption services, and by using a virtual private network, you will have additional protection for personal and financial data which is an added benefit for cryptocurrencies.”
TorGuard is a company specializing in online privacy protection services including anonymous virtual private networks, anonymous proxy, business virtual private networks, email encryption, and routers. They are focused on helping consumers stay safe online and preventing cybersecurity attacks.