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 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
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
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Members of Congress today will get a crash course on bitcoin, the digital “currency” that permits users to conduct transactions online. Read More
The Product Manager’s guide to the Blockchain — Part 1
If you are reading this post, you perhaps already know what a blockchain is. If not, here is an interesting movie by the World Economic Forum on what the blockchain is today and could be in the very very near future.
Over this past year I took a keen interest in understanding cryptocurrencies such as bitcoins and quickly realized that while digital currencies were powerful, the technology that powers them — blockchains, could switch the face of how business is done. Read More
It is actually remarkably difficult for a layperson to find out precisely what cryptography Bitcoin uses, without consulting the source of Bitcoin directly. For example, the opcode OP_CHECKSIG, ostensibly checks the signature of something. but there is no indication what kind of signature it checks! (What are opcodes in Bitcoin? Read More
The Bitcoin Faucet Part 1
After the very first article How to get free Bitcoins – The Bitcoin Faucet List, I have determined to write about Bitcoin and Altcoin Faucets on a more regular basis because there is just so much information to cover!
I would very recommend reading the other article very first if you are fresh to Bitcoin, Altcoins and Faucets because the information here might make little sense. Read More
State of crowdfunding for games – very first half of two thousand sixteen
Half of two thousand sixteen is behind us and it’s a good time for me to make one of those regular checks on the trends in crowdfunding and games.
The Games category
Compared to the last four semesters*, the very first half of two thousand sixteen has seen a similar number of projects being submitted, but more projects getting funded overall, reaching a ratio of funded projects of 35%, compared to 31% in the previous period. Read More
Securing your wallet
It has been suggested that this article is merged with Ways_to_store_Bitcoins.
Wallet security can be violated down into two independent goals:
- Protecting your wallet against loss.
- Protecting your wallet against theft.
In the case that your current wallet hasn’t been protected adequately (e.g. Read More
1. To use robots (bots).
Two. Multi- accounts (maintaining numerous accounts).
Trio. To use anonymous proxy.
Five. You might be banned if your referral claims with the same IP address.
The Bitcoin is a form of currency without notes and coins, it is a digitalcurrency.
In this era of Internet and digitization, we’ve moved from phone to VoIP calls, face-to-face meeting to movie conferencing, fax to email, cable television to IP TV, and the list goes on. Read More