Digital currencies are often called Cryptocurrencies due to the intricate technical details related to cryptography, but it did not start here. When looking back at human history, from the cowry shells of the Asian region to the first coinage in ancient kingdoms, mankind first saw printed money in medieval times. This breakthrough was followed by modern-day electronic versions of money. Today, there is an international banking ecosystem, which consists of banknotes, credit/debit cards, derivatives, stocks, bonds and much more. It was a combination of human ingenuity and societal commitments that drove the need to come up with innovative solutions to tackle the most intricate concept of human interaction handling the exchange of value. Cryptocurrencies represent the next level in the evolution of money. The technology behind this new form of money called blockchain. It is entirely driven by math and is completely decentralized. Most notably, unlike all previous forms of money, cryptocurrencies are not able to be manipulated. It is essentially money 2.0.