ERC-20 tokens can represent a diverse range of digital assets. Like other crypto assets, they can have a value and be sent and received.
The difference between ERC-20 tokens and cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin…is that ERC-20 tokens don’t have their own blockchain but reside on top of the Ethereum blockchain.
One of the most utilized hardware wallets, Ledge, has now expanded its overall utility, releasing support for ER-20 tokens. Users can update their firmware easily and once updated, adding ER-20 tokens to your portfolio is a breeze.
We’ve been been hearing buzzwords like “Bitcoin,” “Ethereum,” and “Coin Exchange” floating around in the news. That’s because the world of cryptocurrency has started to take off and is gaining national attention. You may feel left out because you don’t understand this trend. Don’t worry, this complete beginner’s guide will teach you everything you know.