Big data coins are an increasingly popular and lucrative way to make money on cryptocurrencies.
As well as making cryptocurrency mining and trading cheaper, these coins offer the promise of high-volume trading with little to no risk of loss.
As the price of cryptocurrencies continue to rise, a number of new coins have been created and a number are being tested in the wild.
The most recent is a coin called Big Dub Dates, launched by the Australian cryptocurrency community on January 17th.
Coin Highlights The first coin to feature a cryptocurrency-specific logo was launched by Australian cryptocurrency enthusiasts on January 5th, 2017.
The logo was designed by Australian graphic designer James Taylor.
It is based on a traditional Big Dub date, with the date and year written across the top.
The first coin launched in Australia, Big Dub Date is based in the UK.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) The first cryptocurrency to feature on the front of a coin was created by the developers of Bitcoin Cash.
This coin, launched on January 13th, was designed to allow users to store their cryptocurrencies in an electronic wallet.
Its predecessor, Bitcoin Cash (BTC), was launched on December 10th, 2016.
It was also the first coin released in China.
BCH has since been backed by China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), which is a member of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), the central bank of China.
Its market cap is estimated at $4.8 billion.
What’s new in 2018 The year was a busy one for the cryptocurrency world.
New coins were launched in the US, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
In 2018, the Bitcoin Cash market cap grew to $7.2 billion, making it the largest coin by market cap.
It also became the first cryptocurrency that launched in Hong Kong, and the first to launch in China’s People’s Republic of China, China.