2
Aug
  Yesterday, the feared Bitcoin Hard Fork happened. Bitcoin Cash saw the light, several blocks were mined and it started officially as a new currency (we could call it "alt-coin" until new updates). Now, what can we expect? Let's start saying that Bitcoin Cash (aka BCC) has several differences with "original" Bitcoin (aka BTC), first of all, the block size (now 2 MB, planned to...
15
Jun
The deadline of 1st of August is slowly approaching, and everywhere you can hear pro and cons opinion. Before going on with our article, a little disclaimer is needed: we are not affiliated with Bitmain, Core Dev Team or any others part included in this article. So, what you are going to read is our thinking, nothing more, nothing less. Anyway, today, Bitmain, one of...
13
Jun
Last Sunday was a great day for Ethereum and cryptocurrencies in general. Due to governance and scalability problems of BTC, Ethereum processed more transactions, starting the process known as "Flippening". I want to be clear: here nobody is against Bitcoin. Everybody should be thankful to Bitcoin because it's started a completely new and free economy. Anyway, let's back to Flippening: Day 2. Below you can see...
12
Jun
Finally, it arrived. We talked about it, everybody talked, read and think about that day. Finally, it has arrived. Yesterday Ethereum Network processed 240.490k transactions, Bitcoin "only" 222.746k. Chart source: https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/transactions-btc-eth.html#3m This is the confirm of what we (and many others) are trying to say since last year: if Bitcoin will not fix soon its problems (governance, block size and transactions fees) Ethereum will finally...
9
Jun
  It's not a news that, actually, Bitcoin network is offering a bad (really bad) user experience. Transactions cost more than several banks and take ages to be confirmed. Sure, you can pay 10-15$ of fees and see your transaction be confirmed in few minutes, but is it normal? Obviously no. During the last 12 months, the problem of Bitcoin scalability was the main problem...
1
May
During the last period, several of the main South Korean Cryptocurrencies Exchanges have introduced the option to buy Ethereum and Ethereum Classic using "Won" - the fiat currency in South Korea. This new purchase way is injecting tons of new funds into Ethereum and Ethereum Classic markets. And the most important things is that ETH and ETC trades had (and still have) a volume higher...
26
Apr
What you see is the actual situation of the unconfirmed transactions on the Bitcoin Blockchain (you can check yourself on Blockchain.info). While we write there is an average of 1.71 transactions per second. Below you can see the situation 12 hrs ago:   Like you can see, the "Transaction per Second" value was 5x bigger than now (over 5 transactions per second), and there were...
7
Apr
The average number of daily Ethereum transactions is keep on growing. Source: https://etherscan.io/chart/tx Ethereum never stops to surprise us. Generally, the number of daily transactions follow the same trend of the coin price: if the price grows, the number of daily transactions grow; if it falls, the number of daily transactions falls too. This is not a rule, simply generally cryptocurrencies follow this. This is easily explained:...
6
Apr
The ICO (Initial Coin Offering) of Cosmos ended in just 9 minutes. And it raised over 17 Million of dollars.   I don't know how many of you was ready (or, at least, knew of ) for the Cosmos ICO. I honestly was surprised when I saw, after less than 10 minutes since its start, the message on Cosmos' website: "Fundraiser hasn't started yet or has...
4
Apr
How to buy Bitcoin Online With Credit Cards? During the past days, I received several emails including the same question: 'How can I easily buy Bitcoin Online/What platform do you suggest?' This could seem a "noob" question, but for newcomers could be hard to understand how correctly join the bitcoin world. So I decided to make some tests, to find the most reliable service. Please note...

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