The main difference is between cryptocurrency, and digital currency is that cryptocurrency is decentralized, meaning it is not regulated or managed by a government, bank, or corporation.
Cryptocurrencies are managed across a computer network. Digital currencies are similar to traditional currencies in that they only exist digitally and are issued from a central authority.
Cryptocurrency wallets come in five different varieties. These include paper wallets, online wallets, desktop wallets, online wallets, and mobile wallets. Wallets are not required for trading cryptocurrency on leveraged accounts. They are only needed when you are buying cryptocurrency. They are used to send, store, and receive different cryptocurrencies.
The very first cryptocurrency was bitcoin, and it was registered back in 2008. We do not know the true identity of its creator, because it was registered and developed under a pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto.
Cryptocurrency is an alternative form of money. There are businesses that accept them as a form of payment. They are different from traditional money as they are intangible and very volatile in the markets.