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A crypto whitepaper is a document that provides a detailed explanation of a digital currency or blockchain project. It is usually created by the developers or founders of the project and is intended to provide information to potential investors, developers and users about the goals, features and technology behind the project.

A typical cryptocurrency whitepaper includes information such as the problem the project aims to solve, the tokenomics and technical details of the project, the team behind it, the roadmap, and the project’s use cases and potential impact on the industry.

Whitepapers serve as a basis for understanding the project and its underlying technology, and it is good practice for investors to read and understand them before investing.