Ethereum is the second most popular cryptocurrency, of course after Bitcoin ($BTC). $ETH is of course built on blockchain and features smart contracts functionality. Another interesting feature in ethereum is tokens. Ethereum tokens are local currencies in DAPPS (decentralized applications) running on the Network, while Ether remains the global currency. In order to transact tokens, we will need an Ethereum wallet. Below I will show how to setup an Ethereum wallet and address for sending and receiving Ether and Ethereum tokens. Previously, I have written about how to setup a Monero ($XMR) wallet and address, read it here. Before that I suggest using a saferRead More →