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I hold a few coins in a Centralized Exchange app like Binance, KuCoin, Coinbase etc.
​Bitcoin ($BTC) is one of the many coins in the cryptocurrency space. A few of the main players include some others you may have heard of: Ethereum ($ETH), Solana ($SOL), Cardano ($ADA). Some coins like Bitcoin are stand-alone coins, while other coins have what is called a network.
While most of those in cryptocurrency are coin-holders (waiting for the coin to appreciate, usually a long play), or traders β€” the typical β€œbuy-low-sell-high” guys, the 2|3omb protocol is a completely different world.

2|3omb is part of the Fantom Network ($FTM)

Simply put, when we say the coin has a network, it means there are a bunch of smaller projects that each have their own tokens and protocols or ways for how they earn and work.
The smaller tokens work hand in hand with the main coin (in our case, FANTOM or $FTM) providing uses for it, as well as providing liquidity for the main coin. You transact or pay gas fees using $FTM β€” meaning you put money in, you convert to other tokens, you send money, all paying very minimal fees in $FTM.
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