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How to buy Ren (REN)

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About Ren (REN)

Ren is an open-source protocol running on the Ethereum network. The basic idea behind it is to allow the transfer of different digital assets between different blockchains. What this means is that assets like Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), ZCash (ZEC) and more can be used in combination with Ethereum. REN is the token of the REN protocol and ecosystem which powers the network. Users can run so-called Darknodes to contribute to the network and earn rewards for doing so. You can read more about Ren on their official website.

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REN, formerly known as Republic Protocol, was founded by Taiyang Zhang in 2017

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In 2018, REN raised $34 million with their initial coin offering (ICO)

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The founder of REN, Taiyang Zhang, is also the co-founder of crypto hedge fund Virgil Capital.

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REN has a fixed supply cap of 1 billion tokens.

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Due to REN being an ERC20 token, it attracts varying gas fees in order to power transactions.

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