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1) Question: What is cryptos all about?

Answer: Cryptocurrency is a virtual representation of any form of value, be it money or assets, and the underlying technology is called Blockchain. There are hundreds of coins that solves specific problems or makes our lives better. The exciting part about this revolutionary technology is that it will likely impact how we do things in the future, that’s why there’s so much potential.

2) Question: How do you buy cryptocurrency?

Answer: You can buy cryptos at any cryptocurrency exchange.

3) Question: What is the benefit of holding DDCT?

Answer: There is a limited supply of DDCT tokens, meaning that we can’t create anymore.

4) Question: What problem does DDCT solve?

Answer: Lowering the barrier to entry into the crypto world by providing easy access to the currency at a reasonably low trading price.

5) Question: Where can I trade in DDCT?

Answer: The existing trading sites are listed on the home page, subject to expansion.

6) Question: Are DDCT tokens available to anyone?

Answer: Yes! Anyone with a compatible ERC-20 wallet can trade in DDCT from any place in the world.

7) Question: What KYC and AML practices cover this token?

Answer: There is no need for a coin/token to observe KYC and AML policies. That burden is left to the exchanges themselves. For example, Ethfinex’ Trustless DEX launched without KYC, having pointed out that it is impossible to obscure the source of a person’s funds: every transaction is visible and recorded forever onchain. Cryptocurrency exchange Hodl Hodl allows traders to swap cryptocurrencies without the need to undergo compliance. Centralized exchanges often follow their financial institutions, and other regulated companies to confirm a customer’s identity and ascertain relevant information needed when doing business with them. Existing regulations only include those engaged in exchanging between virtual and fiat currencies. Virtual currency to virtual currency exchanges is not covered. So, for example, Bitcoin-to-Ether exchanges will not be regulated. Therefore, follow the guidelines of your jurisdiction and the exchanges with which you transact business.