A Bitcoin Beginner’s Guide to Surviving the BIP one hundred forty eight UASF (updated)
This is a re-write of A Bitcoin Beginner’s Guide to Surviving a Coin-Split, specifically addressing issues associated with the upcoming BIP one hundred forty eight UASF. (Update: And the BCC launch.)
July 26th update: With BIP91 activated, it seems increasingly unlikely there will be a Bitcoin 148/Legacy Bitcoin split at all. Read More
A beginner’s guide to Ethereum tokens
What is an Ethereum token?
Before learning about Ethereum tokens, it is significant to very first understand the basics of Ethereum. Please see my beginner’s guide to Ethereum for those fresh to this concept entirely. Ethereum tokens are simply digital assets that are being built on top of the Ethereum blockchain. Read More
Five blockchain technologies to observe for in 2017
Mar 6, two thousand seventeen at 12:00 UTC by Bradley Miles
CoinDesk Research’s two thousand seventeen State of Blockchain report summarizes key trends, data and events in the public and enterprise blockchain sectors in 2016.
This article previews six of the key takeaways as identified by our research team. Read More
Five things you need to Know about Bitcoin in Nigeria
The very first question which comes to the mind of most but once answered can lead to you determining whether the digital currency will be able to meet your needs be they for consuming or investing. Bitcoin can be likened to the Naira on many levels. Read More
Five reasons to care about blockchain
Said Fihri, Associate Playmate, KPMG Luxembourg, and Chris Mills, Director, KPMG UK
Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers Technologies (DLT) are quickly and calmly disrupting the asset management industry. Here are five reasons why everyone in the value chain should be thinking cautiously about Blockchain and DLT. Read More
Three Use Cases of How Blockchain Technology is already Unlocking Value
B ack in 1988, political hip hop group Public Enemy penned a lyric that made marketing execs quiver: Don’t believe the hype. And it’s hard to even simply mention Blockchain without being caught up in its hype cycle. Widely known as the technology powering the digital cryptocurrency Bitcoin, Blockchain has been hailed as the most significant chunk of technology to be invented since the Internet. Read More
We have entered the age of digital currency. Bitcoin has gone from relative obscurity to being a household name. In May, the coin smashed its way through the $Two,000 barrier like an angry bull in a china shop.
Bitcoin’s predominant presence tends to drown out its contenders. But there are actually fairly a few digital currencies that investors should be paying attention to. Read More
Feb 17, two thousand seventeen at 14:30 UTC by Alyssa Hertig
When one of the world’s most prestigious universities announces it will explore a controversial and often misunderstood subject best known for piquing the interests of thieves and speculators, people tend to take notice.
That’s what happened in July 2015, when the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) exposed it would embark on its Digital Currency Initiative (DCI) – led by a former White House advisor, no less. Read More
99 bitcoins blockchain
As a general rule, Bitcoin hardware wallets are the most secure form of Bitcoin wallets, however, unlike software wallets, they cost money. If you’re serious about securing your Bitcoins go for a hardware wallet. If however you’re only storing a petite amount of coins you can use one of the free software wallets shown on this page. Read More
17 Blockchain Applications That Are Converting Society
An in-depth guide by BlockGeeks
The early internet dealt with intangibles. You sent or received emails, corresponded on forums, read and distributed articles. This modern internet deals with assets, your most valuable instantaneous items that you can touch and want to protect. Read More