General disclaimer for Omipedia visitors
- Article Title: General disclaimer
This wiki is designed to assist the reader into obtaining a general understanding of decentralized digital currencies and how they operate. This wiki does not address any digital currencies issued and maintained by centralized or sovereign entities.
Like cryptocurrencies themselves, this wiki is designed to be a collaborative, decentralized, free open source effort. See something missing? Something that could use clarity? Something that needs updating or editing? Please contribute! The mission of this wiki is to provide neutral, factual content and resources. This wiki is not a political soapbox, a marketing platform, or a forum for debate. It is not a governance experiment, nor does it require a token. Contributors should treat each other--and their audience--with respect. Areas you should consider when contributing:
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