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How to Login to Gate.io
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How to Login to Gate.io

How to Login Gate.io account【PC】         Go to mobile Gate.io App or Website.         Click on “Log in” in the upper right corner.         Enter your "Email" or "Phone n...
How to Contact Gate.io Support
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How to Contact Gate.io Support

Here is a quick guide of where you can find answers to your questions. Why do you need a guide? Well, because there are a bunch of different types of questions and Gate.io has resources allocated specifically to get you on track and back to doing what you want — trading. If you have an issue, it is important to understand which area of expertise the answer will come from. Gate.io has a plethora of resources including an extensive FAQ, online chat, YouTube channel, email and social networks. So, we will outline what each resource is and how it can help you.
What is a 51 percent attack with Gate.io
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What is a 51 percent attack with Gate.io

No matter how useful a new invention is, people will always try to misuse it. Cryptocurrency is by no means an exception to the rule. The blockchain's decentralisation and anonymity are often used to conduct illegal transactions or deceive people who invest their money in scam projects. If you neglect security measures when working with a blockchain, you can disclose your private keys to criminals and lose your cryptocurrency. On top of that, the crypto network itself is not completely secure. One potential threat to blockchain networks is a 51 percent attack.
Crypto’s PR problem: trust is building slowly with Gate.io
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Crypto’s PR problem: trust is building slowly with Gate.io

The concept of trust has been integral to cryptocurrency since its inception. The same can be said of money itself. Blockchain was created as a technological solution to ensure trust on a peer-to-peer level. This desire stems from a lack of trust in third parties that act as guarantors of trust in traditional money, in other words, banks, governments and other economic institutions. Therefore, it’s interesting to note the findings of the special cryptocurrency edition of Edelman’s Trust Barometer report, which was released earlier this week. Working with a sample size of 34,000 adults (18+ years old) across 28 countries, the survey carried out by the PR company is by no means comprehensive, but still offers some intriguing insights into the public perception of cryptocurrencies.