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Cryptocurrency - A Mathematical Extravaganza

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Paper emphasizes some aspects of Cryptocurrency which has evolved in the digital era with elements of mathematical theory and computer science to become a way to secure communications, information and money online. It also addresses a major issue regarding the existence of one of the most prevalent form of Cryptocurrency prevalent these days known as “Bitcoin”. Bitcoin don’t actually exist but are digital keys that are stored in a digital wallet which exist either in the cloud or on computers and can be linked to bank accounts.
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  • Department of Applied Science & Humanities, Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, Ghaziabad - 201009, U.P. India
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