The obsession with Bitcoin prices can drive people to twist the real meaning of numbers. Looking at yearly Bitcoin lows can warp the way we think about price and shows us that we might not want to think about price at all
Censorship resistance is one of the core features of Bitcoin, but it doesn’t matter how much censorship crawls into the pockets of those who use fiat, they still hesitate to leave the fiat system
Traditional markets have inherent flaws. Bitcoin was created to overcome many of these flaws, but market actors don’t necessarily understand this. Now it seems that might be changing
The assumption or theoretical possibility of a Bitcoin mining death spiral has been discussed widely. So far, Bitcoin has gone through 2 major tests without caving into it, so is this spiral merely just a theoretical possibility that cannot materialize?
Can regulation be overbearing? Definitely! The cryptocurrency space has had its fair share and Basis is the latest example of how too much regulation stifles innovation
No matter how painful the bear market might be, there are thousands of devs still dedicating all their efforts toimprove the crypto and blockchain industries. Here are the top 10 projects that they developed in 2018
Never trust verify and always control your private keys. These are the two maxims that should always govern your interaction with anyone in the space, including a seemingly respectable exchange like Cubits
NASDAQ will list Bitcoin futures, but that looks like another oxymoron from the mainstream financial apparatus that wants to sell Bitcoin derivatives for a fiat profit
As Bitcoin prices find a new floor, the value of Bitcoin and altcoins is being questioned. Those who question it often use heavily biased arguments based on questionable assumptions
How many times does crypto need to be pronounced dead until we realize it is here to stay? From Bitcoin being compared to Dutch tulips, ICOs being compared to scams (although unfortunately some were), and the slowdown of the ICO market in 2018, almost not a day goes...
Just let speculators in and they will shift the whole system around. They will even start asking questions that early adopters and cryptocurrecy enthusiats wouldn’t normally ask themselves
Despite its potential to change the world, barely one out of five people claim to know what blockchain is. Its future may depend on how well we manage to integrate it into users’ lives.
One coin is supposed to undergo a fork so the prices of all the other coins fall. That doesn’t seem right does it?