How SmartCash Compares to Bitcoin and Other First-Generation Cryptos

April 17, 2018 07:08:31

The uses and features of crypto-assets, commonly referred to as cryptocurrencies, have only just begun. Since the creation of Bitcoin (Crypto: BTC), a multitude of new cryptos have been created. SmartCash (Crypto: SMART) is a next-generation crypto that has improved or solved many of the issues that have limited first-generation cryptos like Bitcoin. The following will detail the ways in which SmartCash has managed to completely stand out among the flood of new cryptos.

Self-Governed by Community Wishes

One of SmartCash’s main appeals is that they are self-governed — the community makes the decisions, resulting in decisions that are favorable to the community. The SmartHive Governance Portal allows SmartCash holders to choose and vote on which projects they’d like to fund. There is currently over $80 million in the community…


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