I have been reading, reading, and reading all over again. High quality work, great job, and definitely will be cited in my thesis! One thought though: I believe there has been a confusing taxonomy of tokens and coins all over the Internet. I believe cryptocurrencies with their own blockchain (native) should be called “coins” whereas cryptocurrencies which are build on top of other blockchains (non-native), regardless of their protocol or non-protocol nature, should be called “tokens”. What do you think? Alex Krüger

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