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BitcoinJan 12, 2019
Bloomberg bases its report on data and analysis from crypto analytics startup Flipside Crypto, which sealed the backing of major crypto exchange Coinbase and automated trading software profit revolution back in November. According to Flipside, as of Oct. 2018, a high number of long-inactive Bitcoin holders — defined as those that haven’t transferred their Bitcoin for between six and thirty months — have begun to transfer their coins, resulting in wallets active over the past month now holding around 60 percent of the coin’s circulating supply.

Long-Dormant Bitcoin Whales Resuming Activity Could Rock Price Action, Analysts Say

The number of active Bitcoin wallets, many of which have long been dormant, has seen an uptick that could herald some major market movements, analysts claim.

CultureAug 24, 2018
Cryptocurrencies are setting the world ablaze. These are the top five points of entry for their global takeover.

Blockchain Mass Adoption, Top 5 Strongest Potential Gateways: A World of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency

A single spark on the blockchain will set the world we know on fire. Pop over here to learn about Bitcoin Revolution scam portrayal.

BitcoinJan 5, 2019
“Bitcoin will boom again in a year and blockchain/cryptocurrencies and other applications will define the next 25 years in the same way as online/dotcom has defined the last 25,” he said. “Bitcoin is the tip of the spear and the tip of the iceberg. In both cases you want to be at the right end of it and you don’t want to have the wrong positioning as it emerges.”

Expert predicts cryptocurrency boom ‘within a year’ as Bitcoin marks its 10th anniversary

Investors are remaining positive about Bitcoin as it marks its 10-year anniversary, despite a worrying drop in value in recent months. The cryptocurrency has come a long way since the bitcoin blockchain was created on January 3, 2009. At one point, it was considered so worthless that, in May 2010, Florida-based programmer Laszlo Hanyecz bought two pizzas for 10,000 Bitcoin, valued at the time at $30.

EthereumDec 29, 2018
Raiden Network has successfully deployed the initial version for the same on Ethereum mainnet, known as Red Eyes. Raiden Network informed about the Red Eyes release through a blog post and noted an alpha testing release. The firm requested the users to be careful while using it and secure their nodes before using, while also explaining the network is not production ready as of now.

Ethereum [ETH] processing 1 million transactions could be a reality soon

Even as the markets are bleeding red, cryptocurrencies are trying to project progress as the community gets uncertain about market movement. Ethereum [ETH], the third-largest cryptocurrency on the CoinMarketCap list, has been facing a backlash from the community due to its performance graph. However, the community could rejoice in the news that the cryptocurrency would […]

BitcoinDec 29, 2018
The aforementioned article claims that “speculation, fraud, and greed in the cryptocurrencyand blockchain industry have overshadowed the real, liberating potential of Satoshi Nakamoto’s invention.”

Major American Magazine Time Column Reports About Bitcoin’s Liberating Potential

Mainstream newspaper Time published an article illustrating the liberating potential of Bitcoin, especially in countries with oppressive governments.

BitcoinNov 29, 2018
To successfully conduct a 51 percent attack on the Bitcoin network would cost an incredible $1.4 billion. This massive network supports over 5 million specialized ASIC mining computers, consuming a total of 29 Terahashes of electricity—as much as the entire country of Morocco.

Analysis: Bitcoin Costs $1.4 Billion to 51% Attack, Consumes as Much Electricity as Morocco

To successfully conduct a 51 percent attack on the Bitcoin network would cost an incredible $1.4 billion. This massive network supports over 5 million specialized ASIC mining computers, consuming a total of 29 Terahashes of electricity—as much as the entire country of Morocco.

BitcoinNov 29, 2018
In fact, an investment in a basket of the top crypto-assets (largely Bitcoin) has the best chance to deliver the most attractive risk-adjusted returns over the next 10-years, compared to less controversial favorites such as Amazon stock, 10-year U.S. Treasuries, an apartment in Manhattan, or other “consensus longs”.

The Trade Of The Decade: Betting On Bitcoin

Despite this year’s bloodbath in the crypto-asset space, the industry will likely still generate considerable investor surplus in the long-run.

ChatterNov 29, 2018
Interestingly, the popularity of similar keywords like “crypto” and “Ethereum” has not shown any major upside movement in the past several weeks, suggesting that the majority of individuals and businesses are currently evaluating the development of Bitcoin more closely than other major digital assets.

Google Trend Interest For Bitcoin Surges to March Highs

According to Google Trends, the popularity of the keyword “Bitcoin” on the search engine recently achieved March highs, showing short-term strength.

CryptechNov 21, 2018
Real-time processing of live events in the world would be the precipice of effective blockchain data security. Single point of entry attacks, to our most relied upon systems, would be no more.

Blockchain smart contracts are finally good for something in the real world

A startup says it has tackled a long-standing problem that has kept smart contracts from responding to actual events.

Nov 21, 2018
Fortunately, rather than yet another regulation or tougher prosecution — which become barriers to entry for individual artists, inventors and start-ups — there is now a better deterrent to counterfeiting, fraud and IP theft: it is the blockchain, the technology behind cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.

In the blockchain economy, intellectual property will be obsolete

A revolution that turns the fickle Internet of information into a secure Internet of value is upon us — and it’s made in Canada

Alt-CoinsNov 21, 2018
In addition, Coinbase added that its intention was to eventually “support withdrawal services for the [Bitcoin Cash “Satoshi Vision” or Bitcoin SV] chain” but that development work for this would likely take “at least a few weeks.” Other exchanges such as Poloniex and Bitfinex have already begun supporting active trading for both networks, simply doing away with the original BCH symbol entirely and differentiating the two cryptocurrencies as BCHABC or BAB and BCHSV or BSV. In addition, data from Coin Dance indicates that the Bitcoin ABC chain is leading Bitcoin SV both in terms of block count and proof of work.

Bitcoin Cash Is Now Two Blockchains – That Might Not Change Anytime Soon – CoinDesk

It’s been six days since the bitcoin cash split and the ongoing threat of one chain sabotaging the other has yet to materialize.

BusinessNov 15, 2018
Historically, owning the most lucrative hard assets required investors to already be wealthy and have the luxury of being able to wait years to liquidate. That changes with tokenization.

Three Ways Blockchain Technology Will Revolutionize Real Estate in 2019

Blockchain is poised to redefine how we make transactions in the same way that the internet has redefined how we communicate and share information.

Many crypto and blockchain-based companies are looking to the technology to help solve social and environmental issues of our time, such as sustainable supply chains and decarbonizing and democratizing energy systems. That said, the exponential energy consumption and carbon emissions produced from the proof-of-work algorithm required for mining Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is directly at odds with this vision for the technology. So what, as an industry, can we do about it?

Can Crypto Help Solve, Rather Than Accelerate, The Challenge Of Climate Change?

As Bitcoin’s carbon emissions continue to accelerate it’s critical we innovate and find solutions to ensure blockchain and crypto are contributing to the decarbonization of our economy, not accelerating the problem.

CryptechNov 14, 2018
In 2019, the most innovative work involving distributed ledger technology (DLT) – blockchain – will focus on the tokenization of assets, or the ability to represent digital or physical assets and fiat currencies as tokens that can be sold or traded on a network. DLT has the ability to take anything, from a piece of artwork to gems and real estate, and represent them as cryptographically hashed assets on a peer-to-peer, open electronic network that has no central authority, such as a bank, governing their trade or sale.

Blockchain 2019: How crypto will convert cash, property into digital assets

While they’re still nascent, new start-ups are launching that allow users to convert cash, property and digital assets into cryptocurrency that can be tracked and kept in a blockchain immutable record. But there are also some tall road blocks.

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