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ERC20 Token Standard

This is a list of all major ERC20 tokens (Ethereum Request for Comment) of the crypto world. ERC20 is a token standard for Ethereum blockchain. It is a common list of rules defining interactions between tokens, including transfer between addresses and data access.

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DMarket is essentially a blockchain-based global marketplace that allows users to transform in-game items into real-world commodities. See more

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A Worldwide Cryptocurrency Trading Platform Launched by senior quantitative trading teams form Wall St., Europe and Japan in the form of distributed organizations, MXC is committed to providing digital assets followers worldwide with secured, fast, and user-friendly cryptocurrency trading services. See more

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Scrumble Network is a decentralized communication based on blockchain. The Skrumble Network provides global access to a secure communications system that ensures user privacy and data ownership, all in one place. See more

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A collaborative saving and insurance platform. It is autonomous, frictionless, and decentralized. See more

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BDT token is the native token for decentralized crypto exchange, Blockonix. The Crypto exchange as earlier was expected to launch as BitIndia but was unable to do so, hence is providing a provision to all the BitIndia users to swap their tokens with BDT tokens. See more

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Our goal is to connect blockchain assets with a straightforward protocol, to create an inter-blockchain lending market, bringing the crypto ecosystem closer to a sound currency. Creditcoin connects many blockchains to create a secure, transparent cryptocurrency lending market, that allows fundraisers and lenders to connect directly with one another. See more

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DATA is a blockchain based advertising technology protocol aimed to resolve the massive hidden threat to the digital marketing and advertising industry, namely, the data fraud. See more