Binance Users Guide G-P

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Gas- NeoGas:

Used within the neo network to make transactions. Also paid out over time by holding NEO.

Gnt- Golem:

Neural network simulation token that allows you to outsource work to super computers to render physical models or training AI bots. Based off Ethereum.

Grs- GroestleCoin:

Asic resistant, proof of work coin that is similar to bitcoin, currently uses segwit. Working on atomic swaps and lightning network integration.

Gto- Gifto:

Allows users to send virtual gifts to content creators and other users by using the tokens.

Gvt- Genesis Vision:

Trust management platform on blockchain. Token is used to get insight for financial strategies.

Gxs- GX Chain:

Allows users to store and copyright their personal data on a blockchain to prevent fraud and protect the privacy of their users.

Hsr- HShare/ Hcash:

Hybrid proof of work/ proof of stake coin with some privacy functionalities.

Icn- ICONOMI:

Asset management platform. Index funds for cryptocurrencies.

Icx- Icon:

A simplified platform aiming to allow businesses to create their own blockchain currencies and tokens.

Ins- INS Ecosystem:

Information on groceries on blockchain. Supply chain token.

Iost- IOSToken:

Internet of services token, supposedly a token for online service providers. Uses “proof of believability, no mining.***

Iota- MIOTA:

Uses the tangle network to solve scaling issues, mining, and transaction speeds. Zero fees, no mining.

IOTX- IoTeX:

Internet of Things blockchain platform with privacy features.

Key-Selfkey:

Identity management platform that allows users to store their personal information on the blockchain and verify their identity quickly and securely.

Kmd- Komodo:

Allows users to create their own blockchains and smart contracts on the platform with atomic swaps.

Knc- KyberNetwork:

An exchange that allows for instant exchanges without any sort of identity verification which also supports derivatives and payment options by running on smart contracts.

Lend- Ether Lend:

Decentralized lending platform that enables competitive interest rates. Allows you to lend money to others and receive interest on the loans.

Link- ChainLink:

Fully decentralized oracle network that provides smart contracts with data, bank payments and access to API’s. Connects smart tracks to any external system or API.

Loom- LoomNetwork:

A dapp scaling gaming platform. Establishing an ecosystem for in game collectables, assets and social interaction incentives.

Lrc- Loopring:

A protocol for building decentralized crypto exchanges based in China.

Lsk- Lisk:

Users can build their own blockchains using the lisk side-chaining technology.

Ltc- Litecoin:

Lightning fast payment methods with virtually no fees. Strong use case.

Lun- Lunyr:

Peer-to-peer review platform on the blockchain that allows users to create and publish review content with monetary incentives.

Mana- Decentraland:

Gaming platform that allows users to create their own games or environment on the platform using the token to buy in game land, goods, and services.

Mco- Monaco:

Universal money app that has a visa card that you can fund with crypto.

Mda- Moeda Loyalty Points:

A transparent crypto bank that allows peer-to-peer payments and remittance.

Mft- Mainframe:

Decentralized virtual private network that allows users to encrypt their information, allows for dark routing and interoperability utilizing the token on a peer-to-peer network.

Mod- Modem:

Data token for transparently storing drug information on the blockchain.

Mth- Monetha:

An app that provides an extra layer of safety and transparency to online payments.

Mtl- Metal:

Token that allows you to earn tokens by spending money using their app.

Nano- Nano:

Previously Raiblox, no transaction fees, no miners, uses delegated proof of stake, every wallet is it’s own blockchain.

Nas- Nebulas:

Blockchain based search engine and social network that allows users to build their own dapps on the framework and utilize the tokens on their platforms.

Nav- NavCoin:

Proof of stake offshoot of bitcoin that uses a dual blockchain technology that allows for anonymous transactions.

Ncash- Nucleus Vision:

App identifies the customer to the businesses to custom fit attributes to the customers to help the consumer experience to be more tailored to the customer. The token is used within the app’s blockchain.

Nebl- Neblio:

Platform that allows businesses to create their own blockchain easily and efficiently by integrating more well known coding languages into their platforms.

Neo- NEO:

Previously Antshares, smart contract platform that uses gas to power the network.

NPXS- Pundi X:

Allows instant payments using a card or application and also allowing users to buy crypto anywhere at any time.

Nuls- Nuls:

Customizable smart contract platform aiming to help business to help their overall credibility.

NXS- Nexus:

A “3 dimensional” blockchain platform that utilizes 3 consensus channels to verify transactions.

Oax- Open ANX:

Decentralized crypto exchange.

Omg- OmiseGo:

Instant international money transferring service.

Ont- Ontology:

Chinese public platform that allow businesses to easily integrate blockchain technology into their business.

Ost- OST:

Allows businesses to simply create their own blockchain.

Pivx- PIVX:

Privacy coin using proof-of-stake that is built off of the original bitcoin code. Allows instant private transactions.

Poa- Poa network:

Oracle network that uses independent validators with a proof-of-authority protocol that can jump between blockchains.

Poe- Po.et:

Copyright protection for content creation stored on blockchain.

Powr- PowerLedger:

Electricity/ energy trading platform that allows users to sell or trade their excess energy.

Ppt- Populous:

Global invoice trading platform that connects business owners with invoice buyers on a global scale.

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