A new blockchain that allows anyone to store their own digital currency and transact with it on the Ethereum network, has been unveiled by Crypto Coins.
The company said the platform will be available to anyone who has an Ethereum wallet and can access their own private keys, and a new blockchain will be developed that will allow anyone to send funds to other users in the Ethereum blockchain.
Crypto Coins is currently in beta testing on the new blockchain, which Crypto Coins described as “one of the first ever decentralized public blockchains.”
It will be made available to all users within the next few weeks, Crypto Coins said in a statement.
Users can now register on the platform and buy their own coins through a “buyer’s market” or “basket system,” which is a new option in the cryptocurrency space that has raised a lot of buzz among the crypto community.
Users can buy coins through Crypto Coins, which will sell the coins on the market, with the aim of making the coin-buying process a little easier.
The coins are then converted into bitcoin, ether and other currencies and traded on exchanges.
Cryptocurrencies are currently the most popular cryptocurrency in the world.
They are the digital currency of choice for those who want to buy or sell items on the Internet, as well as for those in emerging markets.
Users on the Bitcoin network, which operates under the Bitcoin software, are able to send bitcoins to each other, though the cryptocurrency has become more difficult to use in places like the U.S. and China.
In the Ethereum ecosystem, a decentralized version of Ethereum called Solidity, was recently released and has attracted interest from many in the crypto space, especially because it is designed for decentralized applications, rather than a centralized blockchain.
Ethereum, however, has faced criticism from some members of the community, especially in the U!
The announcement comes after Crypto Coins announced plans to launch an Ethereum-based mobile wallet called Ethereum Classic in October.
The startup announced a plan to make the Ethereum Classic wallet free to use.