Mongoose is a new type of blockchain based cryptocurrency, which uses a distributed peer-to-peer network to facilitate the transfer of ownership between individuals and organizations, with the potential for many more applications.
It is currently used by a number of online and offline businesses and is the basis for a number, including the popular bitcoin and Ethereum network.
article Mongooses tokens are issued on a blockchain, and are owned by the owners of the blockchain.
The tokens are tradable on the blockchain, with an amount based on a “trust-factor”, a measure of how much trust the network has.
The trust-factor is a number that can be measured on the Ethereum blockchain, which is a peer- to-peer system.
In order to make transactions between entities, the network needs to validate the transactions between the parties.
The transaction must be approved by a majority of the participants in the network, and the number of valid transactions can be verified by the network.
When a transaction is confirmed, the token is exchanged for another token, which can be used for the next transaction.
The token holders will be able to trade the tokens with the buyers of the tokens, in order to pay them back.
Currently, the price of a token is based on the supply of tokens, with a token trading at a higher price than the number it represents.
However, this price fluctuates depending on the market price of the underlying cryptocurrency.
The current market price is approximately USD 4,000, and can be seen in the chart below.
The price of tokens has been rising in recent months, with trading volume increasing to a high of USD 4.3 million per day.
In 2017, the market cap of the cryptocurrency is estimated to be US$ 7.9 billion.
According to the cryptocurrency market tracker CoinMarketCap, in January 2018, there were approximately 11,400 cryptocurrencies in circulation, which represented a 23% increase over the previous year.
The number of cryptocurrencies in existence has now reached approximately 1,935, and in 2017, there was a total market cap that reached US$ 1.5 trillion.
With the growing popularity of the cryptocurrencies and the potential of blockchain-based applications, the need for a blockchain-enabled digital currency is growing, and it is important to understand how it works.