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  • Bitcoin Halving: How the Miners are Faring So Far July 6, 2020
    On May 11, 2020, Bitcoin successfully executed its third block reward halving. Bitcoin halving events usually occur every four years, and the first and the second events took place in 2012 and 2016, respectively. Since miners’ rewards for verifying blockchain transactions are usually trimmed by 50% following a halving event, past events have forced miners […]
    Bill Adams
  • Counos U Stable Coin Listed With Swiss ISIN No. and Backed 100% July 3, 2020
    Counos U: A New Means of Payment is Conquering the World Being able to pay with one currency and get a return has never been seen before and will conquer the world in no time. Counos U is 100% backed with dollars and has a fixed value of $100. To ensure this, a specially developed […]
    Alexandra Torres
  • The Purpose Behind the LKS Foundation: A Blockchain-Inspired Organization June 26, 2020
    The LKS Foundation is an Italian non-profit foundation that aims to promote initiatives that use the principle of sharing information through blockchain technology and spread the culture of fintech to innovate in sectors such as crowdfunding, ICO, and decentralized finance technologies. The Foundation’s President, Federico Olivo, is chairman and co-founder at Vistra SRL, a company […]
    Alexandra Torres
  • Understanding the Cybersecurity Risk of Bitcoin June 22, 2020
    Are you interested in purchasing Bitcoin? If so, it's essential to understand the potential security risks surrounding it. With cybercriminals ramping up their attacks, cryptocurrency will likely be a target.  Here's what you need to know. Wallets Carry Risks Cryptocurrency enthusiasts use both hot and cold wallets to store their Bitcoin. A hot wallet has […]
    Caleb Danziger
  • Prevent Bitcoin Fraud by Securing Your Identity June 19, 2020
    Theft has been a problem in all of history, but the digital age brings new challenges. While digital currency has several advantages over cash, it comes with some unique risks, like hacking and online fraud. Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin solve some of these issues, but you should still take care. The fact of the matter […]
    Martin Banks
  • How Accepting Cryptocurrency Could Save Businesses Money June 15, 2020
    If you're like many, you've probably heard a lot about cryptocurrency in the past few years. It grows in popularity every day, and for businesses, it could save them money. When deciding if cryptocurrency will work for your business, you should also consider the pros and cons. For some companies, the integration will work well. […]
    April Miller
  • 6 Types of Crypto Assets You Need to Know About June 8, 2020
    The cryptocurrency world is full of jargon; acronyms and futuristic words that could be straight out of the latest sci-fi flick. Along with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Litecoin, there are many other different types of crypto assets that can be found on the blockchain: Stablecoins As the name suggests, stablecoins are designed for stability. These […]
    Kieran Smith
  • Why Goldman Sachs is Wrong About Bitcoin June 2, 2020
    Bitcoin is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies out there, and it continues growing each year. The digital currency world has become popular for online transactions and enhanced security. However, some remain skeptical. Goldman Sachs recently held a briefing with investors where leaders discussed the crypto world with clients. The results, though, were not what […]
    Martin Banks
  • Bitcoin Price Hits Two-Week Low, Garnering Interest from Small Investors May 25, 2020
    Bitcoin price fell by 9.8% last week, registering its most significant weekly decline since mid-March. The currency hit a two-week low of $8,630 early Monday, with prices last seen at $8,730—which is down more than 11% from a post-halving high of $9,960 on May 18. The recent price drop is, in turn, causing the number […]
    Kristen Moran
  • Persisting Problems: Will Blockchain Be Used in the Next US Election? May 11, 2020
    Have you ever stepped inside a voting booth, submitted your choice electronically, and wondered, "Did the vote actually go through? What if a malicious party changes my vote?" Those kinds of doubts dominate discussions about election security. As voting increasingly happens via computerized equipment, cybersecurity experts often warn how it's easier than someone may think […]
    Caleb Danziger

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