• What is Bitcoin?

    Bitcoin can often refer to two things. First, the Bitcoin network that keeps track of our transactions and balances, and second, the currency that we use as the unit of value when we transact. We'll cover both here. The Bitcoin Network Bitcoin's payment network (also called the bitcoin blockchain) is what makes it possible for us to transact with one another. The network uses distributed consensus to verify and confirm transactions, and consensus is reached via a large global network of high-performance computers (called miners) running the bitcoin software. Whenever someone sends a transaction it is broadcast instantly to the network and verified by the miners. Miners are constantly working to confirm individual transactions and include them in the next block of transactions in the chain. Once a new block is verified, all the transactions within it are permanently recorded on the blockchain. Rewards are paid out in bitcoin to miners who confirm transactions and verify the next block as a way to incentivize productivity on the network. Each party who participates in the mining process has an identical up-to-date copy of the blockchain or public ledger, which is a record of all the transactions in bitcoin history. Each party's copy of the ledger is updated every time a new block is found. The Currency The unit of value that we send and receive on the Bitcoin network is also referred to as bitcoin, or bitcoins. Bitcoin is completely digital, meaning we can't physically hold it in our hand. It's also portable, divisible, fungible, and irreversible.

  • What is Public and private keys?

    Bitcoin, as well as all other major cryptocurrencies that came after it, is built upon public-key cryptography, a cryptographic system that uses pairs of keys: public keys, which are publicly known and essential for identification, and private keys, which are kept secret and are used for authentication and encryption. Major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash function using three fundamental pieces of information: the address, associated with a balance and used for sending and receiving funds, and the address’ corresponding public and private keys. The generation of a bitcoin address begins with the generation of a private key. From there, its corresponding public key can be derived using a known algorithm. The address, which can then be used in transactions, is a shorter, representative form of the public key. The private key is what grants a cryptocurrency user ownership of the funds on a given address. The Blockchain wallet automatically generates and stores private keys for you. When you send from a Blockchain wallet, the software signs the transaction with your private key (without actually disclosing it), which indicates to the entire network that you have the authority to transfer the funds on the address you’re sending from. The security of this system comes from the one-way street that is getting from the private key to the public address. It is not possible to derive the public key from the address; likewise, it is impossible to derive the private key from the public key. In the Blockchain.com Wallet, your 12-word recovery phrase is a seed of all the private keys of all the addresses generated within the wallet. This is what allows you to restore access to your funds even if you lose access to your original wallet. Using the backup phrase will copy over your private keys to a new wallet, essentially creating an exact replica of your original wallet, complete with used addresses and transaction history.

  • How do I buy crypto?

    If you are a new user Welcome! When you sign up for a cashrevival.com, you will have access to your dashboard where you can but any crypto available at the left section of the page under Exchange. We offer these purchase methods: by MTN Mobile Money, Payeer, Paypal and by bank transfer.

  • What is blockchain technology?

    The Bitcoin Network is the first successful implementation of blockchain technology. The term "blockchain technology" typically refers to the transparent, trustless, publicly accessible ledger that allows us to securely transfer the ownership of units of value using public key encryption and proof of work methods. The technology uses decentralized consensus to maintain the network, which means it is not centrally controlled by a bank, corporation, or government. In fact, the larger the network grows and becomes increasingly decentralized, the more secure it becomes. The potential for blockchain technology is not limited to bitcoin. As such, it has gained a lot of attention in a variety of industries including: financial services, charities and nonprofits, the arts, and e-commerce.

  • What is Staking?

    Staking is the practice of storing coins/tokens in a cryptocurrency wallet to actively participate in the validation of transaction on a blockchain network. In simple terms, you would need to hold onto your crypto to automatically receive rewards. The concept of staking was developed to accompany the Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism and is thus not available for PoW coins. Who invented Staking (Proof of Stake)? The original idea of PoS comes from Scott Nadal and Sunny King. The duo introduced PoS in 2012, with the release of Peercoin. The cryptocurrency was initially meant to reward users with a hybrid PoW/PoS mechanism but eventually ruled out PoW becoming the first PoS cryptocurrency. Two years after the introduction of Proof of Stake, Daniel Larimer created an adjusted version of PoS, which he named DPoS (Delegated Proof of Stake). This staking model was first applied to Bitshares and was eventually adopted by more cryptocurrencies. It is worth mentioning that Larimer is also the co-founder of EOS and Steem, both of which operate on DPoS. How does staking work? PoS requires users to store their funds on a wallet and not move their funds for a certain amount of time. These funds may either require locking (which should be possible through their wallet) or simply not sending them to another wallet. Then, based on the total amount of coins you hold on the network, you will receive staking rewards. DPoS allows coin holders to use their cryptocurrency as votes, which in turn elect several delegates. These delegates will then validate transactions on the network on behalf of their voters and reward them in return. A great way to understand how this works is by looking at TRON staking on Binance. Due to a large amount of Tron (TRX) on Binance, the platform is able to vote itself as a representative. This helps them receive, and then equally distribute, the TRX rewards.

  • Earn Interest on Bitcoin: How to Earn Compound Interest on Your Crypto?

    For most crypto investors, keeping their digital assets on an exchange or in cold storage is their long-term strategy. But this doesn’t help create more wealth for them beyond the value of their investments increasing. An easy way to earn crypto is with the power of compound interest. The principle is the same but instead of depositing dollars, you deposit crypto. For example, let’s say you deposit 1 Bitcoin on February 28, 2019, earning 6% compound interest annually. On April 1 your new balance 1.005 BTC. And just like that, after 31 days, you earned 0.005 in Bitcoin interest. This chart does not reflect our current rates. At the end of 12 months of storing your 1 Bitcoin, your new balance would be 1.062 Bitcoin. But what if you had originally deposited 5 Bitcoin? Your 12-month balance would be 5.309 BTC. It’s as easy as that for individuals and businesses to passively earn Bitcoin, Ether, or other currencies that we offer over time and increase their overall cryptocurrency portfolio. The impact of compound interest is dictated by the amount you invest in the account. Some people invest a lump sum at the beginning and let it sit until they reach their target earnings. Others will deposit small-to-medium sized amounts over the course of years until a certain amount of time has passed. It all depends on your financial goals and how much you would like to deposit.

  • What is my Package

    A package involves a complete course material on how you will make cash on digital currency staking. You will earn interest on your staking asset. You will be given a complete setup of a hosting reseller platform and complete setup of an affiliate niche website for you to run and earn affiliate commission.

  • When can i Withdraw

    Withdrawals can be made only after a year of course package invested period. Updates and support will be given on your niche website to ensure maximum ROI profits.

  • What Payment methods do you accept?

    Currently you can pay for your course package by MTN Mobile money. Visit online platform such as Western Union, Worldremit, Tap Tap Send, and pay to the MTN number specified. Future payment methods such as stripe and Paypal will be added.