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Investor Buy Signal to ‘Make a Killing’ is the Next Bitcoin Death

An investment analyst has predicted the ‘death of Bitcoin’ articles will show the key moment to invest in Bitcoin. Following the ‘bubble popping’ over the last year, the analyst claims that this will be the buy signal for him and others to invest. No Such Thing as Bad Press Bitcoin has ‘died’ countless times according… […]

RSK Labs Launches Decentralized App Infrastructure Service

This week the RSK Labs development team launched a new service that provides programmers with a variety of tools to build decentralized applications. According to RSK, the ‘Dapp’ platform will provide developers with a great deal of infrastructure services all in one place. Also read: RSK Mines Its Genesis Block – Bitcoin Now Has an Ethereum-Like […]

NEO Targets Large Scale Enterprises With New High Scalability Platform

NEO has announced it will build a new version of the NEO platform for large-scale enterprises. It will require a higher throughput in order to cope with the higher usage requirements of enterprise use. Plan to Create Divisible NEO Units The new version of NEO will be designed for high-performance use through features such as… […]

Ethereum’s Swarm Moves Closer to Achieving a Decentralized Internet

The Swarm team has announced the immediate release of Swarm client v0.3. Swarm is a distributed storage platform and content distribution service which can facilitate decentralized hosting of websites leading to censorship-resistant content. Code Merged into Master Branch The main aim of Swarm is to provide a decentralized store of Ethereum’s public record. This will… […]

Twitter Experience Worsens, Ether Fake Giveaways Taking Over

Fake ether token giveaways are clogging Twitter threads, and seemingly by the second. Targeting well-known ecosystem figures, doppelganger accounts are created, complete with matching avatars. A particularly active post can almost assuredly be counted on to receive seemingly organic calls for participation in free crypto programs hosted by the respective personality. And now they’re incorporating […]

Much Hyped EOS Official Mainnet Still on The Launch Pad

The world’s largest ICO, valued at over $4 billion dollars, was set to launch on June 1st. However, over 5 days after the proposed launch date, a full release of the EOS blockchain has still not been released. Community Launch: Was It The Best Idea? Unlike the kick-starts of many other blockchains, Block.one, the team… […]

Microsoft Acquires GitHub in $7.5 Million Deal, Could Monero Move to GitLab?

In a massive deal worth $7.5 billion, Microsoft has acquired GitHub, the code repository and open-source hub for developers. Microsoft and GitHub According to Twitter, the move has some coders worried and may pose problems for privacy-oriented cryptocurrencies like Monero, which utilize the platform. Microsoft is taking on a lot of responsibility in the acquisition, the company’s… […]

Microsoft Acquires Coder Hangout GitHub for $7.5 Billion

There have long been rumors that Microsoft would acquire renowned software repository giant GitHub. Today, Microsoft confirmed the acquisition. As per the sources, Microsoft has acquired GitHub by issuing USD 7.5 billion in stock. The deal was announced and sealed sooner than most software developers and antagonists expected. This step by Microsoft may be described by […]

Purse.io Adds Native BCH Support and Launches ‘Bcash’

On Friday, May 18, 2018, the firm Purse.io, the company that enables up to 20 percent savings when users shop on Amazon with Bitcoin Core (BTC), announced native support with Bitcoin Cash. Now users spending Bitcoin Cash can get the same services the firm has been offering since 2014. Additionally, Purse has revealed its own […]

Meet Akari-Pay: The BCH-Powered Website Payment Platform

On May 17 the Akari Global Foundation, an organization that aims to promote the increased adoption of Bitcoin Cash (BCH), launched a payment platform for BCH acceptance called Akari-Pay Advanced. The launch of Akari-Pay reveals a one-file BCH payment/donate page that doesn’t require any coding knowledge to utilize the platform. Also read: Federal Reserve Pres: […]

Bitcoin.org Reverts Back to ‘Fast’ and ‘Low Fee’ Descriptions on Front Page

This week after a few months of controversy, the owners of Bitcoin.org reverted its descriptions about what Bitcoin is on the website’s front page back to “fast peer-to-peer transactions” and “low processing fees” after removing the descriptions this past January. The front page descriptions were changed by the website’s co-owner, a pseudonym called ‘Cobra Bitcoin,’ […]

Russian Court Bans Telegram, Founder Pavel Durov Defiant

Russian security services ordered Telegram to hand over access to encrypted user messages, but the messaging application (app) refused. Founder Pavel Durov didn’t bother to send lawyers to Moscow’s Tagansky court in response, and the court dutifully ruled against his company, taking less than 20 minutes in decreeing an immediate ban. Also read: CBS’s NCIS Los […]

GhostMiner: Crypto-Jacking Software Removes Other Miners so It Can Mine Monero

Security researchers at Minerva Labs have uncovered a new strain of cryptocurrency mining malware, dubbed GhostMiner, which uses “fileless” malware delivery techniques to land on systems. What makes it particularly remarkable is that if other crypto-jacking malware is already in the system, it will fight to remove it so it can mine Monero itself. That said, in […]

The Curious Case of ‘Cobra Bitcoin’: The Peculiar Anon with a Lot of Power

The controversial owner of the web portal Bitcoin.org and Bitcointalk, an anon named ‘Cobra Bitcoin’, has been a popular subject within the cryptocurrency community lately. It’s strange that a person who nobody really knows has so much control within the BTC community, and lately his messages have been very cryptic, even making some believe his […]