Cryptocurrencies that may change the world

What is not cryptocurrency

Most of the time, the types of tokens or currencies listed below can be defined as assets, digital assets or digital tokens.  They should not be categorized as cryptocurrencies:

What is cryptocurrency (Video)

Cryptocurrencies are usually the kind of digital currency that are designed to be decentralized or trustless.

All of the cryptocurrencies below are designed to be decentralized currencies.  For now, Some of them focus more on become better decentralized currencies, some of them focus more on becoming smart contract platforms for decentralized applications.  Some of them are not general purpose cryptocurrencies.  This may change in the future.

There are probably 5000+ cryptocurrencies & digital tokens, why these coins belong to top 20?

It's important to explain exactly why they are chosen.

A quick summary for now:

  • Security over scalability
  • Decentralization over centralization
  • Proof of work over proof of stake

Note: The title of this page are can actually be renamed to currencies that maybe change the world, because cryptocurrencies  are the kind of money that will eventually be used by everyone.  They are world currencies that are  already being adopted by many people in the world. The trend of decentralization & digitization can not be stopped. I think, for now, speculator adoption is an important part of the process.

Warning: Cryptocurrencies are still at its early days.  No projects are 100% guaranteed to succeed in the very long term. There's risk in anything, bitcoin included. If you are an investor of cryptocurrencies, you should only invest what you are willing to lose.

Decentralized Currencies

The first killer app of distributed ledger technology is decentralized and censorship resistant currency.

Currently, cryptocurrencies that focus more on becoming better decentralized currencies: 

  • Bitcoin $BTC

    • Programiming Language: Written from Scratch in C++
    • Consensus Mechanism: PoW (Proof of work, video: What is PoW &PoS)
    • Block hashing algorithm: SHA256
    • No ICO, No premine
    • 1st decentralized currency, most well known, longest history, strongest network effect, backed by most hashing power(mining), backed by electricity
    • Secure & Slow
    • Bitcoin is the most well known cryptocurrency, for now it's so well known that some people unconsciously think cryptocurrency = bitcoin
    • Value Proposition: Digital Gold, Store of Value
    • Some of bitcoin's problems:
      • #1 Governance (Who will making decisions for bitcoin?)
        • This problem could cause endless Hard Forks
      • #2 Mining Centralization (How decentralized are bitcoin miners?)
      • #3 Scalability (How fast is bitcoin?) (video1, video2 Lightning network)
      • #4 Mainstream Adoption (When will everyone start to hold bitcoin?)

Note: Any definitions or statements that are made below each project are simply reiterations of what the team has stated themselves. The author is not explicitly or implicitly vouching for the validity of these claims or the efficacy of these projects.

  • Snowblossom $SNOW

    • Programming Language: Written from Scratch in Java
    • Consensus Mechanism: PoW (Proof of work), specifically, Proof of IOPS;
    • No ICO, no premine
    • Simple – Modern, Efficient, and Readable
      • Snowblossom is written in a straightforward fashion so that anyone could verify or maybe even contribute. Snowblossom is also built deterministic ally with bazel
    • Quantum Tough
    • Genuinely ASIC Resistance via IO Based Proof of Work
      • ASICs or “Application Specific Integrated Circuits” are super powerful processors made for doing one thing, very very fast. In other cryptocurrencies, these specially created chips have created severe problems with miner centralization, and as a result, threatens their censorship resistance, scaling, and more.
      • With OTHER cryptocurrency mining:
      • Hardware Hashes Per Second
        CPU 50,000
        GPU 100,000,000
        ASIC 14,000,000,000,000!
      • Snowblossom is designed to cripple specialized hardware attempts by requiring an expanding, massive amount of readily available storage, and relies on the IOPS of that storage. In theory, even millions of dollars in equipment would not be capable of delivering much faster storage or ram.
    • Scalable
    • Portable
    • Low Energy
    • Ready to go Block Explorer, Pool, Miner software
    • Technical Design
    • Learn more:
    • Community:
  • Decred $DCR

    • Programming Language:Golang
    • Consensus Mechanism: Hybrid PoW & PoS (PoS, Proof of stake)
    • No ICO; The premine consists of 8% of the total supply of 21 million coins (1.68 million coins).This was split equally between compensation for bring-up costs and an “airdrop”.
      • Bring up costs (840,000 coins, 50% of premine, 4% of total Decred supply). This means Company 0 and its developers will have put roughly USD 415,000 into the bring-up since April, 2014 and receive 4% of the total supply, 840,000 coins (at USD 0.49 per coin). Coins held by Company 0 will be used to fund its ongoing work on open source projects, such as Decred and btcsuite
      • Airdrop (840,000 coins, 50% of premine, 4% of total Decred supply). The airdrop concluded with awarding 282.63795424 DCR to 2972 participants
      • More :
    • Hashing Function: BLAKE256
    • Innovation: Decentralized governance (On-Chain) (
    • The main Decred development group started as the Bitcoin developers who develop btcsuite, a widely respected Bitcoin implementation in Golang that has been used by several high-profile projects including, but not limited to, Ethereum, Factom, BitGo, OpenBazaar, and the Lightning Network.
    • Decred is an autonomous digital currency. With a hybrid consensus system, it is built to be a decentralized, sustainable, and self-ruling currency where stakeholders make the rules.
    • MissionAutonomy is self-rule. Stakeholders make the rules.
    • Consensus Voting  Decred uses an innovative hybrid proof-of-work (PoW) proof-of-stake (PoS) system to give stakeholders decision-making power about the set of consensus rules to activate. This allows for a seamless transition from one set of rules to another while keeping the existing blockchain ecosystem intact.
    • Politeia (Pi) is a platform that supports Decred’s governance.
      • Pi is a censorship-resistant blockchain-anchored public proposal system, which empowers users to submit their own projects for self-funding from DCR's block subsidy.
      • It facilitates the submission, tracking, and discussion of Decred governance proposals by the stakeholder community.
      • Pi ensures the ecosystem remains sustainable and thrives.
      • Decred’s approach to decision-making is grounded in the principle of stakeholder voting.
      • To vote, stakeholders must time-lock DCR to buy tickets. While tickets are live they can be used to cast a vote for or against each open Politeia proposal.
    • Cross-platform Wallets  Decred features accessible wallets through graphical user interfaces (GUIs) across all major operating systems (Windows, macOS, and Linux). For more technical users, command line interface (CLI) wallets are also available.
    • Atomic Swaps Decred does not require reliance on centralized exchanges. With cross-chain atomic swaps between different digital currencies, users can conduct trustless over-the-counter (OTC) trades without a third party.
    • Lightning Network  Decred implements smart contracts that work. Lightning Network (LN) is one such application of a low-latency off-chain system that allows for near-instant micropayments in DCR. With LN, Decred directly competes with existing fiat payment systems.
    • Decred is community-powered. Stakeholders who participate in Decred’s decision-making are rewarded for their efforts. Sustainable funding and a resilient contractor model allow for anyone to join Decred at any time and engage in its governance. Decred’s value is in the people who work on it.
    • Community:
  • Pascalcoin $PASC

    • Programming Language: Written from Scratch in Pascal
    • Consensus Mechanism: PoW (Proof of work)
    • Hash Algorithm: RandomHash
    • Lead Developer:
    • Launched 100% fairly in late 2016 without any ICO or premine
    • Infinite Scaling: PascalCoin can run for hundreds of years at a ultra-high throughput whilst maintaining a finite, minimal storage footprint on a mobile device.
    • Zero fee. PascalCoin's 0-confirmation transactions offer instant and secure payments for merchants. Users are permitted 1 zero-fee transaction every 5 minutes.
    • Safebox: SafeBox complements the blockchain in a way that allows the blockchain history to be deleted as an option while retaining its full cryptographic security. The SafeBox also in effect removes any blockchain memory bloat, a universal problem for all other blockchains' full nodes. This paves the way for true decentralization.
    • Its architecture will allow large-scale smart contracts in the form of Layer-2 protocols. Currently supports smart-agents, monetized APIs and sidechains. Roadmap includes PoS overlay network for full Ethereum-style contracts which are intrinsically sharded.
    • Its architecture also allows for comprehensive privacy including zk-SNARKs without sacrificing its infinite scalability. In-protocol transaction mixing and tumbling capability have been enabled. zk-SNARKs is also on the roadmap.
    • Governance & Treasury: PascalCoin had no ICO or premine. Anyone can make proposals for funding from the 20% mining reward reinvested in a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO)
    • According to bismuth lead developer hclivess, he learned from pascalcoin:
    • Community:
  • Dero $DERO

    • Twitter:
    • No ICO. Premine total: 2 million Dero(~10% of total supply. 5% DEVS + 5% Community funds. Premine gets unlocked in steps in 4 years.)
      “Dero has no ICO, or community funding of any kind. A premine was deemed to be necessary for the long term development and success of the project.”
    • Programming Language: Written from Scratch in Golang.
      • Dero Team implemented a world-first: a complete re-write of the CryptoNote protocol in Golang.
      • This programming language was chosen because it has a high degree of immunity to security vulnerabilities such as buffer overflows and dangling pointers.
    • Consensus Mechanism: PoW (Proof of work) + DAG
      • Proof-of-work (PoW) hashing algorithm: CryptoNight
      • PoW +DAG consensus Dero is the first crypto project to combine a Proof of Work blockchain with a DAG block structure and wholly anonymous transactions.
    • Dero Atlantis. 
      • Atlantis (Codename)is a new type of blockchain designed by dero team
      • It is resistant to 51% hashrate attacks and softforks..
      • It combines the Cryptonote protocol with directed acyclic graph and Bulletproofs. However, these are not just any Bulletproofs, but what have been coined Rocket Bulletproofs, leading to blocktimes of just a few seconds.
      • In a controlled environment, the Atlantis network can achieve blocktimes as low as three seconds processing a thousand transactions per second.
    • World's Fastest Anonymous blockhain, Blocktime:12 Seconds.
      • The fully distributed ledger processes transactions with a twelve-second average block time and is secure against majority hashrate attacks.
      • This is by far the fastest CryptoNote based blockchain ever deployed, with up to 75 transactions per second.
      • A relatively longer twelve second block time was chosen so that people in locations with sub-optimal network connectivity could still participate in the network.
      • The Dero team plans to reduce the blocktime further in coming years, as network infrastructure improves around the world.
    • Dero will be the first CryptoNote blockchain to have smart contracts on its native chain without any extra layers or secondary blockchains.
    • Fully SSL/TSL encrypted network
    • The Dero Coin provides the means of exchange within the Dero network and will be used to power smart contracts. As with any Proof of Work network, the Coin is emitted through mining, with each new block providing a specific but progressively diminishing reward.
    • The goal of the Dero project is a blockchain network that can serve businesses and individuals around the globe, allowing for secure, fast and anonymous transactions and smart contract execution. 
      • Although the Bitcoin network is globally well established, it suffers from slow transaction times and does not support smart contracts.
      • The Ethereum network allows for smart contract deployment, but the transactions and smart contract details are visible to everyone, which greatly reduces the number of possible applications, as many companies and individuals want to keep their financial transaction and contract details private.
      • The Dero project is currently developing an entirely new blockchain technology which will be the first to support private smart contracts combined with industry-leading transaction throughput.
    • Read More:
    • Community:
  • Mochimo $MCM

    • Programming Language: Written from Scratch in C
    • Consensus Mechanism: PoW (Proof of work)
    • Twitter:
    • No ICO. Premine Details:
      • Bitcoin Parity Payment: Mochimo originally planned to conduct a BTC Airdrop with a 1 to 1 match, however this Airdrop was canceled due to the new regulatory environment.
      • Total Premine: 6.34% (4.76M MCM)
      • Dev Team Compensation Premine: 4.18% (3.2M MCM)
      • Other Premine (Managed By the Mochimo Foundation): 2.16% (1.56M MCM)
      • Genesis Block: June 25th, 2018
    • Quantum Proof 
      • In 3-5 years, Quantum Computing is poised to break ECDSA encryption leaving BTC, ETH and all ERC-20 tokens unsafe for transactions and as a store of value.
      • Mochimo uses the EU’s PQCryptos approved WOTS+ algorithm and their one time addressing feature to secure privacy when you want it.
    • Scalable and Fast
      • Mochimo have solved network scalability issues permanently. Blocks stay small while substantially increasing TX speed using ChainCrunch™,  Mochimo's proprietary algorithm. Users can set up a full working node in minutes that compresses the blockchain into a small % of the historical block chain.
    • Decentralized
      • Trigg’s Algorithm ensures fixed mining difficulty, random node selection, fixed TX fees, and a AI-enhanced load balancer that writes a unique “haiku” for every block.
    • Innovation:
      • Trigg’s Algorithm (Fair mining, Low TX cost)    A Proof of Work Algorithm that prevents increased mining difficulty and keeps transaction costs fixed
      • ChainCrunch™ (Tiny, Fast, licensable)  Other blockchains' sizes are growing exponentially and will soon reach 1 TB in storage. Mochimo uses a proprietary compression algorithm called ChainCrunch™ that keeps the size of the block to only a few GB and will never get larger.
      • The Three Way Handshake (Using ACKS for security) The Three-Way Handshake provides fast, simple and disposable security by collecting ACKs via message three times
    • Community:
  • Arionum $ARO

    • Programming Language: Written from Scratch in PHP
    • Consensus Mechanism: PoW (Proof of work)
    • No ICO , no premine.
    • Hashing Algothrithm: argon2i, sha512
    • Arionum offers a secure electronic payments system that makes it easy to integrate with new and existing PHP applications. Web developers who already understand PHP can easily build new blockchain based applications or integrate Arionum into their existing applications.
    • Arionum was fully coded from scratch in PHP, one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Any PHP developer in the world can now create apps on top of the blockchain using the tools they are already familiar with.
    • Arionum is able to autoscale without degraded performance. It offers a fixed 0.25% fee on all transactions (max 10 ARO) and has a dynamic transaction limit per block allowing it to keep up with a growing number of transactions.
    • Arionum has no pre-mined coins, an 8-year mining period, no developer fees, and a unique HYBRID mining system that shares rewards with CPU miners, GPU miners, and masternodes.
    • Community:


Platforms for Smart Contract & Decentralized Applications

The second killer app of distributed ledger technology is smart contract platforms. (Video about smart contracts) (Video: What are “Dapps” and why is nobody using them? )

Currently, cryptocurrencies that focus more on becoming platforms for decentralized applications:

  • Bismuth $BIS

    • Programming Language: Written from Scratch in Python
    • Consensus Mechanism: Proof-of-Work (custom implementation) + HyperNodes (custom implementation)
    • Hashing algorithm: SHA224
    • Signing algorithm: PKCS1_v1_5
    • No ICO , no premine
    • Lead Developer:
    • Bismuth is a blockchain protocol and a platform at the same time. It has an innovative approach to database scaling, introduces the concept of private contracts and limits the contract execution to users willing to participate, while keeping them publicly verifiable.
    • “Inception of Bismuth was preceded by a long research of the forerunning technologies like Bitcoin, NXT or Ethereum. The issue these systems had in common was the lacking integration with outside applications and complicated mechanisms for import of such applications to the blockchain itself. Unlike the predecessors, Bismuth offers multiple levels of access – though network, direct database access, and the OpenField™ decentralized application layer, all of them in a very straightforward manner.”
    • Hyperblock. Hyperblock technology allows transactions to be compressed regularly, reducing the size of the blockchain to the amount of accounts present in it. Currently it saves 96% of RAM usage and enables users to save as much drive space when their client is configured only for hyperblocks.
    • Data & Operations. OpenField allows users to save their data into the blockchain, including private and public messages, communication with decentralized application interpreters, document fingerprinting for legal purposes, complex operations for shared-state contract execution.
    • Applied Robotics. Professor Geir Hovland, PhD. from University of Agder co-authored the innovative nonlinear feedback control mechanism used for difficulty retargeting in Bismuth. For the first time in history, blockchain meets top-level technology from robotics.
    • Polysig. Bismuth will support multiple cryptographic algorithms, signing and address formats to protect users from quantum attacks. The mix will include current RSA, SHA224, newly introducing ECDSA (SECP256k1) and BLAKE2b
    • Hypernode. The masternode design for Bismuth includes a secondary proof of stake blockchain to collect metrics independently and without interference in order to reward users who provide reliable nodes.
    • Privacy. Bismuth support Tor's onion network integration for completely concealed transaction routing. Bismuth also provides a transaction mixer private contract based on public key encryption to make sender and recipient unlinkable.
    • Intellipool. To keep transaction fees low, Bismuth introduces a programmable mempool solution, which allows to prioritize transactions based on their partially configurable properties. This prevents transaction delays.
    • Semantics. The concept of operations abstracted from normal blocks, but stored outside of them, enables unlimited content including on-chain forking without disturbing the underlaying system.
    • With the Hyperlane extension, Bismuth network participants will be able to transfer data selectively and without strict blockchain sequencing. This technology might enable sidechains, fully scaling decentralized data storage and instant data delivery
    • Bismuth hyperlane scales indefinitely, because it is: Unenforced, Selective, Scattered, Infinitely extensible
    • Read More: 2017.9.29 #Cryptointerview with @tezosevangelist (Lead developer of Bismuth)
    • Community:
  • Tezos $XTZ

    • Warning about projects that raise funds through initial coin/token offering:  Sometimes early presale buyers of ICOs can get million of coins or tokens at as low as 1/100 cheaper prices or even free. It's not always transparent.  ICOs are often a way of ‘stealing' money from the public. Not all ICOs are bad, but be more careful with tokens that had raised funds through ICOs.

    • Programming Language: Written from Scratch in Ocaml
    • Consensus Mechanism: LPOS (Liquid Proof-of-Stake)
    • Tezos was the 3rd largest ICO of 2017, raised $232,000,000.  ICO date: 2017.7.1
    • Tezos is a blockchain that can evolve by upgrading itself. Stakeholders vote on amendments to the protocol, including amendments to the voting procedure itself, to reach social consensus on proposals.
    • In Tezos, stakeholders govern the protocol.
    • Tezos supports smart contracts and offers a platform to build decentralized applications.
    • Self-Amendment Self-amendment allows Tezos to upgrade itself without having to split (“fork”) the network into two different blockchains.
      • This is important as the suggestion or expectation of a fork can divide the community, alter stakeholder incentives, and disrupt the network effects that are formed over time.
      • Because of self-amendment, coordination and execution costs for protocol upgrades are reduced and future innovations can be seamlessly implemented.
      • Proposed amendments that are accepted by stakeholders can include payment to individuals or groups that improve the protocol.
        • This funding mechanism encourages robust participation and decentralizes the maintenance of the network.
        • Fostering an active, open, and diverse developer ecosystem that is incentivized to contribute to the protocol will facilitate Tezos development and adoption.
    • On-Chain Governance The Tezos protocol offers a formal process through which stakeholders can efficiently govern the protocol and implement future innovations.
      • In Tezos, all stakeholders can participate in governing the protocol.
      • The election cycle provides a formal and systematic procedure for stakeholders to reach agreement on proposed protocol amendments.
      • By combining this on-chain mechanism with self-amendment, Tezos can change this initial election process to adopt better governance mechanisms when they are discovered.
    • Smart Contracts & Formal Verification
      • Tezos offers a platform to create smart contracts and build decentralized applications that cannot be censored or shut-down by third parties.
      • Furthermore, Tezos facilitates formal verification, a technique used to improve security by mathematically proving properties about programs such as smart contracts. This technique, if used properly, can help avoid costly bugs and the contentious debates that follow.
    • Security The Tezos blockchain was designed to facilitate formal verification, which helps secure smart contracts and avoid buggy code.
    • Proof-of-Stake Tezos’ unique proof-of-stake consensus algorithm gives every stakeholder the opportunity to participate in the validation of transactions on the network and be rewarded by the protocol for doing so.
      • Participants (“nodes”) in decentralized, peer-to-peer networks provide the necessary computational resources that keep a network up and running.
      • Proof-of-Stake (PoS) is the mechanism by which the various participants in Tezos reach consensus on the state of the blockchain.
      • Unlike other PoS protocols, any stakeholder can participate in the consensus process in Tezos and be rewarded by the protocol itself for contributing to the security and stability of the network.
      • Additionally, PoS is less costly than other consensus mechanisms and lowers the barriers to entry for involvement
      • Delegation 
        • In PoS, a security deposit is required to participate in the consensus process.
        • As in proof-of-work, the consensus protocol relies on an honest majority for its security which is incentivized directly by the Tezos protocol by penalizing dishonest behavior and rewarding honest behavior. If a participant behaves dishonestly, they can lose their deposit.
        • Users who do not wish to participate directly in the consensus protocol have the option to delegate their rights to other users to participate on their behalf.
      • Baking
        • “Baking” is the act of signing and publishing blocks to the Tezos blockchain.
        • Bakers are a crucial component of the PoS consensus mechanism by ensuring that all transactions in a block are correct, that the order of transactions is agreed upon, and that no double-spending has occurred.
        • Bakers validate all transactions and add them to the blockchain. If a baker behaves dishonestly, the protocol has a built-in mechanism that can cause them to lose their security deposit
        • Bakers are rewarded with additional tez for securing the network.
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Blockchain for Financial Derivatives

The third killer app of distributed ledger technology is blockchain for financial derivatives.

“Financial derivatives are an important part of finance today. They are for risk management and investment. Financial derivatives are the biggest part of the economy that can be put onto a blockchain. The most popular cryptocurrency project that facilitates financial derivatives will be worth hundreds of trillions of dollars.”

Amoveo $VEO

  • Programming Language: Written from Scratch in Erlang
  • (maintained by amoveo community members)
  • Consensus Mechanism: PoW (Proof of work)
  • Hashing Algorighm: SHA256
  • No ICO, no premine
  • Amoveo is lead by the person(zack)who invented state channels and turing complete state channels. (History of the invention of State Channels.).
  • Zack also wrote the minimum viable product for aeternity & augur. From one of Zack's tweets: “I designed Augur, Aeternity, and Amoveo. I implemented the minimal viable product for all 3 projects. I wrote Amoveo after learning from my mistakes in the previous 2 projects. Amoveo has the best design. It can scale much bigger.”
  • Amoveo is a blockchain meant for enforcement of investment and insurance contracts.
  • Using Amoveo you can host a market on a server where you make money every time anyone trades. Using Veo in the markets, you can buy and sell risk in anything
  • With Amoveo it is impossible for customers to steal from a market, and it is impossible for the market to steal from its customers.
  • Governance:
  • Dominant assurance contract.  This is a contract made for raising money for public goods. It is not like an ICO, no new subcurrency is created.(icos are bad., insured crowdfunding, raising funds with amoveo)
  • Derivatives, not Subcurrencies. It is impossible to do ICOs on Amoveo, but Amoveo does support other forms of fundraising. Amoveo has something much better than subcurrencies, it has derivatives. With derivatives, you can build an asset that stays the same value as a Euro. It is a synthetic asset. You can send these synthetic-Euros to your friends, and treat them like Euros. You could participate in a market that is priced in synthetic-Euros. Read more about subcurrencies and why they are incompatible with channels here.
  •  “The killer app of blockchain is a scalable market to trade assets whose price is determined by a trust-free and affordable oracle. State channels are worthless without markets. There is no value in being able to make smart contracts if you can't securely determine the market price for those contracts. All the rest of the security doesn't matter if they can get away charging you above the market rate. A market provides liquidity, so you can trade financial risk with other users at the current market price. Markets on Amoveo are centralized and trust-free. Each market exists on a centralized server. The market is secure because the rules are enforced by channel smart contracts. Here is an explanation of how the market smart contract works.” (From amoveo github)

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$AE $VEO Why I stopped working on Aeternity, why Amoveo is born. :

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Summaries of different cryptocurrencies

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