What is Ethereum and how it work

Ether (ETH), the cryptocurrency of the Ethereum network, is arguably the second most popular digital token after bitcoin (BTC):—
BTC and ETH are both digital currencies, but the primary purpose of ether is not to establish itself as an alternative monetary system, but rather to facilitate and monetize the operation of the Ethereum smart contract and decentralized application (dapp) platform:----
ETH is decentralized and global. There’s no company or bank that can decide to print more ETH, or change the terms of use:----
You only need an internet connection and a wallet to accept ETH. You don’t need access to a bank account to accept payments:-----
ETH lets you be your own bank. You can control your own funds with your wallet as proof of ownership no third parties necessary:—

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Thanks for the sharing @sajjad0084!

I have a thought about ETH not having a upper limit cap on its coin supply. While BTC has 21m cap, meanings that there will only be 21m BTC ever on the BTC blockchain, ETH does not have this cap.

Our Fiat system has no cap either, more fiat currencies are being printed everyday…

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crypto currencies will be our own bank… It will be our future. Every crypto will have different use cases and it will be awesome to use our favorite coins or tokens as payment

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