Crypto-currency comparison sites such as Messari’s CoinMarketCap and OnChainFX allow visitors to view the details of thousands of different cryptographic assets. Parts that run on their own block chains to the ERC-20 chips, there is a wide variety of assets listed on these sites. But what defines a cryptocurrency? Why is a virtual currency such as World of Warcraft gold not listed on these sites? Obviously, it would be difficult to calculate the value of all the existing gold in World of Warcraft because of lack of data on supply figures, but another key reason why this type of virtual currency is not Included on crypto-currency comparison websites is that tend to be too centralized to be able to be compared to real crypto-currencies. The seemingly sufficient level of Bitcoin in terms of decentralization and resistance to censorship has allowed it to succeed where countless other digital money systems have failed. So that’s an interesting aspect of the technology that needs to be preserved. In other words, that’s why we are here.