One coin is supposed to undergo a fork so the prices of all the other coins fall. That doesn’t seem right does it?
Hammering cryptocurrency for electricity consumption and emissions is a slippery slope that many have have stumbled on. The latest to do so were the researchers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa
Bitcoin on the Ethereum network sounds like Stablecoin 2.0. Kyber Network will face many of the same issues when they launch the WBTC, which oesn’t seem like a very good idea
The most recent financial market fall, should serve as yet another warning sign about things to come. The traditional economy is fragile, and there are only a few hedging alternatives out there. One of them is Bitcoin
Although custodianship services go against the philosophy of cryptocurrency, they are quickly becoming the critical piece that will bring institutional investor into the world of crypto
Another Keynesian economist calls Bitcoin out as a scam, while the traditional financial system is teetering on the brink of collapse. Roubini’s comments on Bitcoin might be proven wrong by the very system this Keynesian economist upholds
Regulation or the lack thereof has never been an issue for cryptocurrency enthusiasts. Infact, it is one of the features that draws them to these assets, but traditional investors are more guarded. ICE might have a solution for them
It seems the whole “blockchain inside” concept is really catching on. The prime minister of Malta now declared that his country became a Blockchain Island, but what oes that really mean?
More companies are pouring into the Bitcoin and altcoin mining industry. This time around, Samsung teamed up with mineral minning company Squire to design and produce a 10 NM ASIC chip to compete with Bitmain
Mt Gox users are not likely to get their coins back, but they should at least be paid in coins. INstead the Mt Gox trustee is building massive fiat positions for compensations
ASIC miners for Ethereum are an interesting development, given that the network is slated to switch to PoS, making those machines less attractive in theory. Nonetheless, Bitmain competitors such as Linzhi are ready to take on the challenge
There is a sizeable sector of the market obsessed with stable coins and the Winklevoss are tapping into the obsession with their Gemini Dollar, but does the market really need this and will it work as intended?
With Bitcoin trading sideways, any cost-cutting measures miners can recur to are welcome. Bitfury seems to have found a great formula to cut its costs by deploying an innovative cooling liquid within its mining farms