How are transactions made using cryptocurrency?

Transactions using cryptocurrency are made using digital wallets, which store digital coins and tokens. Cryptocurrencies use blockchain technology to create a decentralized, secure ledger of transactions. To make a transaction, users will use their digital wallet to send coins to another user’s wallet. These transactions are authenticated by an online network of computers and then added to the blockchain, where it is publically viewable. After the transaction is completed, the funds are transferred between the two parties without the need for any financial institution or institution.