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XBT Provider manages Bitcoin Tracker One and Bitcoin Tracker Euro. With these instruments anyone can invest in Bitcoin as ETN:s, exchange-traded notes, from anywhere in the world. XBT Provider’s prospectus is approved by the Swedish FSA (Finansinspektionen) and our products are listed on Nasdaq Nordic in Stockholm. Read More
WTF is bitcoin cash and is it worth anything?
Early yesterday morning bitcoin’s blockchain forked — meaning a separate cryptocurrency was created called bitcoin cash.
The way a fork works is instead of creating a totally fresh cryptocurrency (and blockchain) beginning at block 0, a fork just creates a duplicate version that shares the same history. Read More
Very likely all of you have heard by now of blockchain and its disruptive force on banking, payments, and other financial services . Designed to run electronic currency, many people believe this technology can not only revolutionize banking, payments, and related activities, but also government, insurance, supply chain management, and healthcare, to name just a few use cases. Read More
Where We Went Wrong Buying a Bitcoin from an ATM
The very first mistake was buying the Bitcoin.
If you’ve observed our movie from today, you’ve caught a peek of the saga that was our attempt to buy and then subsequently sell a Bitcoin at SXSW. In retrospect, it wasn’t a very bright idea. But we were nosey, not only of the prospect of using cyptocurrency as a fungible good for making purchases, but also of the promised capability to turn Bitcoin into real cash dollars. Read More
Where to buy bitcoin
Here you’ll find a list where to buy bitcoins at this very moment. To buy bitcoin with your credit card ist not recommended; you’ll have to pay extra fee while buying bitcoin with your credit card. You’re advised best to buy bitcoin on a specalised platform or exchange. Read More
What to Do if Your Bitcoin Transaction Gets "Stuck"
The number of transactions on the Bitcoin network has steadily enlargened over the years. This means more blocks are packing up. And as not all transactions can be included in the blockchain straight away, backlogs form in miners’ “mempools” (a sort of “transaction queue.”)
What is Cryptocurrency: Everything You Need To Know [Ultimate Guide]
An in-depth guide by BlockGeeks
What is cryptocurrency: 21st-century unicorn – or the money of the future?
This introduction explains the most significant thing about cryptocurrencies. After you‘ve read it, you‘ll know more about it than most other humans. Read More
What is blockchain technology?
The definition of “blockchain” on Wikipedia is “a distributed database that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records called blocks… By design, blockchains are inherently resistant to modification of the data.” This article sets out to dissect the definition of “blockchain”. Read More
Bitcoin is going wild — here’s what the cryptocurrency is all about
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Bitcoin is back in the headlines after soaring in value. One bitcoin was worth $Two,800 on May 25, up from $1,200 at the end of April.
In countries that accept it, you can buy groceries and clothes just as you would with the local currency. Read More
What is a Distributed Ledger?
Picture the kind of hyper-simplified script economists love. Ten people buy and sell various kinds of widgets to/from each other using hard currency. Ringo sells Edith one of his widgets for a coin, Prakash buys two of Sameera’s widgets for three coins, and so on. When everybody’s done trading for the day, there’s no question of where they stand financially: they can just count their coins. Read More