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crypto-

, crypt- (krip'tō, kript),
Hidden, obscure; without apparent cause.
[G. kryptos, hidden, concealed]

crypto-

, crypt-
Combining forms meaning hidden, obscure; without apparent cause.
[G. kryptos, hidden, concealed]

crypto-

Combining form denoting hidden.

crypt-

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crypto-

prefix denoting hidden.
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In simple terms, crypto currencies are decentralised, distributed and not under the control of any one single entity.
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