A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange using cryptography to secure the transactions and to control the creation of additional units of the currency. Cryptocurrency transactions are maintained by a decentralized system rather than by a centralized authority.
Entity naming convention:
Capitalization, spacing, punctuation, and other styling should match that of the name of the cryptocurrency on the official website or other page controlled by the cryptocurrency’s parent organization.
Cryptocurrency name should singular, not plural.
Name should be the current name of the cryptocurrency. If the name has changed, past names should be added to Previous Name.
Name should be in English. If the official name is in another language, it should be added to the Official Name field, and other widely used variations may be added to Also Known As.
An acronym should only be used as the name if it is the current official name of a cryptocurrency.
Articles (a, the) should be included if part of the cryptocurrency’s official name.