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Various schemes to achieve entirely electronic currency, usually designed to be secure and untraceable using some sort of cryptographic technology, have been implemented. Some have gone defunct; Bitcoin is the major one currently still in use.
 
Various schemes to achieve entirely electronic currency, usually designed to be secure and untraceable using some sort of cryptographic technology, have been implemented. Some have gone defunct; Bitcoin is the major one currently still in use.
  
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* [[Auroracoin]]
 
* [[Bitcoin]]
 
* [[Bitcoin]]
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* [[Bytecoin]]
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* [[Coinye]]
 
* [[DigiCash]]
 
* [[DigiCash]]
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* [[Dogecoin]]
 
* [[ecash]]
 
* [[ecash]]
 
* [[eCache]]
 
* [[eCache]]
* [[egold]]
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* [[E-gold]]
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* [[Ethereum]]
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* [[JuggaloCoin]]
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* [[Libra]] [https://libra.org/en-US/]
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* [[MazaCoin]]
 
* [[MintChip]]
 
* [[MintChip]]
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* [[Namecoin]]
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* [[Neos]]
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* [[Permacoin]] (also a [[filesystem]])
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* [[SolarCoin]]
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* [[Storj]] (another currency/filesystem scheme)
 
* [[Ven]]
 
* [[Ven]]
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* [[Zcash]]
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== Payment services ==
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Not distinct currencies, but ways to move existing types of currency quickly.
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* [[PayPal]]
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* [[Square Cash]]
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* [[Stripe]]
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* [[Venmo]]
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== See also ==
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* [[Coin (device)]]
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* [[Finance and Accounting]]
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== Links ==
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* [http://www.links.org/files/distributed-currency.pdf Proposal for a 'distributed' currency (as a Bitcoin replacement)]
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* [http://video.palmbeachpost.com/British-Drivers-Can-Pay-for-Parking-with-Chestnuts-25185839 British Drivers Can Pay for Parking with Chestnuts]
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* [http://www.ipwhiteboard.com.au/follow-the-yellow-bit-road-jp-morgan-pursues-bitcoin-like-patent/ JP Morgan pursues Bitcoin-like patent]
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* [http://www.zmescience.com/research/how-scientists-tught-monkeys-the-concept-of-money-not-long-after-the-first-prostitute-monkey-appeared/ How scientists taught monkeys the concept of money. Not long after, the first prostitute monkey appeared]
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* [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/10668018/Native-Americans-adopt-bitcoin-clone-as-official-currency.html Native Americans adopt bitcoin clone as official currency]
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* [https://medium.com/p/d4a624ed0bf Why Auroracoin will be huge]
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* [http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20140305/14182926445/rep-polis-asks-treasury-to-ban-dollar-bills-mocking-senators-request-to-ban-bitcoins.shtml Rep. Polis Asks Treasury To Ban Dollar Bills, Mocking Senator's Request To Ban Bitcoins]
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* On April Fools' Day, Stack Overflow introduced [https://twitter.com/codinghorror/status/450907064357773312/photo/1/large Unicoins].
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* [https://www.reddit.com/r/Buttcoin/comments/3g5sk8/anyone_payed_attention_to_the_ethereum_trading/ Discussion of Ethereum, yet another cybercurrency]
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* [http://deadcoins.com/ DeadCoins]

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Various schemes to achieve entirely electronic currency, usually designed to be secure and untraceable using some sort of cryptographic technology, have been implemented. Some have gone defunct; Bitcoin is the major one currently still in use.

[edit] Payment services

Not distinct currencies, but ways to move existing types of currency quickly.

[edit] See also

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