Bitcoin Variants – Why there are so many of them?

There are plenty of cryptocurrencies around, and you can even create one yourself in minutes. Out of all these cryptocurrencies, there are plenty that come with the “Bitcoin” label that you will think are associated with Bitcoin.     The Answer The answer key is at the end of this article. If you got all... Continue Reading →

Reddit doesn’t accept Bitcoin anymore

The widely read social media site will no longer accept Bitcoin as payment for its Reddit Gold program. The change was made because Coinbase discontinuing its Merchant Tool product. No Bitcoin The upcoming Coinbase change, combined with some bugs around the Bitcoin payment option that were affecting purchases for certain users, led us to remove Bitcoin... Continue Reading →

Edword Snowden reveals that Bitcoin and Blockchain are monitored since the beginning

It's not really a surprise anymore, since basically everything will be abused and monitored - if possible - but for those which aren't involved in the security topics - Edward Snowden is behind the new information writings by The Intercept revealing that the NSA has been tracking Bitcoin users since 2013. Snowden has classified documentation... Continue Reading →

How much Money can you actually make with Mining?

I did a test two weeks ago if it's worth to mine with a gaming PC or not and the sad truth is that mining (for normal users) aren't worth no matter how powerful your gaming PC might be. In this article I'm going to tell you why my experiment revealed that mining on a... Continue Reading →

CPU, GPU and RAM prices to increase by over 20%

SUMCO is a Japanese based company and is responsible for more than 60% of the world’s silicon wafer supply. With a 20 percent price increase, CPU, GPU, DRAM and Flash makers may have taken their business elsewhere, but it looks like they won’t necessarily have that opportunity. This week, GlobalWafers Chairwoman, Doris Hsu, informed shareholders... Continue Reading →

US credit card companies blocking cryptocurrency purchases

If you're a customer of Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase or Citigroup, you can't use your credit card to purchase cryptocurrency. Bloomberg is reporting that the banks have now banned the purchasing of cryptocurrency using their credit cards, Bank of America already denying use of their cards for crypto purchases on certain exchanges, while... Continue Reading →

Samsung designes crypto-currency mining chips

New reports from last week hit South Korean outlet The Bell, where they reported Samsung had started manufacturing ASICs that they would provide to a Chinese mining firm, that is anonymous for now. A company spokesperson has told TechCrunch that "Samsung's foundry business is currently engaged in the manufacturing cryptocurrency mining chips". This is gigantic... Continue Reading →

South Korean & Chinese Bitcoin Market will be shutdown?!

According to local chinese news sources, Chinese authorities had a notice being sent around telling them to "guide" an "orderly exit" for cryptocurrency mining operations, as they begin shutting down their mines. These sources said that the notice was issued by an inter-agency task force assigned to looking into risks in internet finance. Electricity prices... Continue Reading →

Bitcoin and Litecoin vulnerable: Electrum (Bitcoin), Electron Cash (Bitcoin Cash) und Electrum-LTC (Litecoin) users at risk

The dogs are working, sadly the underground dogs. Electrum (Bitcoin), Electron Cash (Bitcoin Cash) and Electrum-LTC (Litecoin) users are currently at risk - more and more hackers switching to Monero in the meantime.     Attackers can right now inject a website to steal your entire wallet, it's also possible to deanonymize its users. Affected systems Electrum... Continue Reading →

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