More Bitcoin Exchanges Fall Victim to Banking Problems

Following Bitfinex’s announcement to disable fiat deposits, more bitcoin exchanges are having the same issue. The other trading platforms have also disabled incoming USD wire transfers, citing bank account and “intermediary bank” problems. Also read: Bitfinex’s Problems Pile Up: Deposits Disabled, Withdrawals Delayed Deposit Problem Spreading to Other Exchanges Bitfinex is not the only bitcoin

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ViaBTC Explains Why They Don’t Support SegWit

ViaBTC’s latest blog post sheds some light on why the mining pool is opposing the

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CME Group files patent for comprehensive cryptocurrency derivatives system

Formerly known as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Group, CME Group is the largest, most diverse derivatives marketplace in the world, handling an average of 3 billion contracts worth approximately $1 quadrillion annually.

CoinFestUK Wraps up Second Bitcoin Event in Manchester

The second CoinFestUK edition was held on April 7 and 8, 2017 at the Manchester Conference Center and included prominent speakers representing the likes of OpenLedger and BTC.com. In total, 19 speaker presentations took place covering topics such as Bitcoin and the law, electronic voting, and gaming on the blockchain, among others. Organized by the […]

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Corporate Profile: Golem

Golem is a global, open sourced, decentralized supercomputer that anyone can access. It’s made up of the combined power of user’s machines, from personal laptops to entire datacenters.

Anyone will be able to use Golem to compute (almost) any program you can think of, from rendering to research to running websites, in a completely decentralized & inexpensive way.

The Golem Network is a decentralized sharing economy of computing power, where anyone can make money ‘renting’ out their computing power or developing & selling software.

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The future of tickets

A ticket is a type of contract. Ticket companies often have surcharges in the range of 5 percent just for issuing and managing their tickets. Can blockchain technology provide better, more secure tickets at a fraction of that cost? I think it can.

Bitcoin Hardware Maker Avalon Calls for Mining Industry Changes

One of the industry’s largest mining chip manufacturers is weighing in on new controversy surrounding how miners engage with the network.

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Pixelated Bitcoin Logo Gets Painted on the R/Place Canvas Experiment

This week many Bitcoin enthusiasts saw the popular digital currency symbol on a giant-sized canvas of pixels on the subreddit r/place. Also read: Kim Dotcom Previews Bitcache, Introduces Megaupload 2’s Bitcontent The Bitcoin Logo Secures a Position on the Subreddit R/place April Fools’ Day Canvas    The April Fools’ Day social experiment created by Reddit had

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Litecoin Price Tops $11 Amid SegWit Euphoria, Coinbase Support

With Litecoin’s price rallying and SegWit activation around the corner, Bitcoin’s baby brother may soon

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Bitmain’s Israeli R&D Center Launches Bitcoin Mining Pool ConnectBTC

Bitmaintech Israel, Bitmain’s first R&D center outside of China, has launched to the public ConnectBTC, a new Bitcoin mining pool. The latest product of Bitmaintech Israel’s lab, ConnectBTC aims to become “the new home for miners.” ConnectBTC operates under a robust infrastructure and employs the latest cutting-edge technologies to allow members to maximize their profit […]

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