Translation of cryptocurrency in Spanish:


criptomoneda, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkrɪptoʊˌkərənsi/ /ˈkrɪptəʊˌkʌr(ə)nsi/


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    criptomoneda feminine
    criptodivisa feminine
    • States will undoubtedly resist the spread of cryptocurrencies.
    • Bitcoin was the first widely used cryptocurrency, but few people know it is not the only one.
    • What does your cryptocurrency allow people to do that they could not do otherwise, and how does it help them do existing tasks more quickly or cheaply?
    • A group of online entrepreneurs were planning to launch the new cryptocurrency on Thursday.
    • Against all wisdom, I had invested $1,000 in bitcoin, the cryptocurrency whose value had been skyrocketing since the start of the year.
    • Most successful cryptocurrencies have an active community where people devote time with no expectation of payment.
    • If cryptocurrencies are like other speculative activities, the early players and the big players benefit to the detriment of the late entrants and the small players.
    • As with all cryptocurrencies, price is based on supply and demand.
    • Even with recent fluctuations, the total value of the cryptocurrency is still over eight billion USD.
    • The majority of cryptocurrency activity still appears to be speculative.
    • A cryptocurrency may be hackable, but it can also be really, really, really hard to hack—harder than robbing a bank.