Created by NEXT, not a bank.

Our native coin is paired by default with all digital assets and fiat currencies.


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Native asset

NEXT is running on its own powerful Blockchain, independent of Ethereum and Bitcoin.

Global availability

NEXT can be used by individuals across the world to send and receive funds.

Unparalleled utility

NEXT provides its holders with a variety of utility within the NEXT ecosystem.

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Install the NEXT wallet to store, receive, and send NEXT on desktop and mobile (coming soon devices). Your wallet is always in sync with our Blockchain and ready for use.

Most asked questions about NEXT Coin

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The NEXT Swap form will be available from: October 1st 2019 till December 31th 2019

NEXT tokens that are held on NEXT.exchange will not be automatically swapped, users will need to use our on-site swap form.

Participation in the swap requires an account on NEXT.exchange.

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Yes! The FINAL deadline for the swap is December 31th 2019. Swap submissions made after this day will not be accepted.

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There is no swap fee and the swap ratio is 1:1. Meaning for every NEXT (ERC20) token you will receive 1 NEXT.Coin.

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For starters, a token is based on and deployed on an existing blockchain, think ERC20 tokens and the Ethereum blockchain.

An altcoin (an alternative coin to Bitcoin), is typically issued by a party or parties that are developing or have already developed their own blockchain network. The majority of coins in the market are generally based on Bitcoin’s original, open-sourced protocol, but with additional tweaks and customizations in order to achieve a variety of different features.

Therefore, a coin is native to its own Blockchain. For example, Bitcoin and the Bitcoin Blockchain, LTC and the Litecoin Blockchain, NEO and the NEO Blockchain, DASH and the DASH Blockchain, NEM and the XEM Blockchain.

Most tokens in the cryptocurrency market are used to power decentralized applications (dApps), generally as a payment method for a given utility within a decentralized application or as means of obtaining access or activating certain features and functionality that are powered by Blockchain technology.

Deploying a coin is a more challenging and technically demanding process than simply issuing a token on an already existing Blockchain. Not only does it take building a whole independent chain, it also requires a network of people to contribute to the consensus mechanism. That could be proof of work, proof of stake, or any other new algorithm. Coins need to be mined or staked, whereas tokens can be generated via a smart contract, which is a much easier process.

Typically coins are used to transfer funds, store value, and as a unit of account. There are other uses that may apply based on the coin its native network. Such as validating transactions on a Blockchain by means of coin staking, paying for assets and smart contract deployments, acquiring short addresses.

Freeing ourselves from Ethereum's Blockchain, we will become completely independent.

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