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Where can I find the answers to my questions?

Once niche to something everyone now wants a piece of, cryptocurrency is on the rise. Unlike using traditional banks, for both new and returning users there may be a few problems you may encounter while using our product. Fortunately, we have a considerably well-rounded customer support system and in this article we’ve organized a couple ways to quickly answer your needs. 

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Qubic – Registration Tutorial

AMIS has officially launched its latest digital wallet, Qubic!
The importance of having a digital wallet to blockchain is equivalent to a browser to the Internet.
So how does one register for the Qubic wallet?
It’s extremely easy. Simply follow the steps below to begin your own journey into the crypto world!

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NFT Introduction (2)- Games on Chains?

The previous article introduced the application of NFTs in digital goods and artworks. This article is about the brand new combination of NFTs and the game industry. Here, we use the blockchain sandbox game, The Sandbox, and the virtual treasure marketplace, Lootex, as our examples.

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Introduction to NFTs (1) – Why use NFTs?

NFT is the abbreviation of Non-Fungible Token. Let me first explain what “fungible” and “non-fungible” are. The cryptocurrencies used in general transactions are fungible tokens. Take Bitcoin as an example, the value of one Bitcoin is equal to another Bitcoin, and a Bitcoin can be divided into 0.1, 0.01Bitcoins, or even smaller. That is to say that fungible tokens can be divided, and each token is equal in value, so most of the coins that can be used for transactions are “fungible”.

Hierarchical Threshold Signature demonstration

Hierarchical Threshold Signature demonstration

In the previous article, we introduced the basic concept of HTSS. We know that the emergence of TSS is to deal with private key management. First, we could lower the risk of assets being transferred maliciously because the control of the assets is not belonged to one single entity (avoid single-point-of-failure). Second, with M-of-N scheme, we could prevent loss of the assets even if some of shares are missing (increase fault tolerance).