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Will Decentralized Exchanges Replace Peer-to-Peer Exchanges Completely?

The continuous growth of cryptocurrencies is a journey that has had multiple roadblocks along its way. Not only are technical difficulties bound to happen, but there are also several problems that are exterior to cryptocurrencies themselves, including a lack of clear regulatory guidelines and security issues caused by independent, centralized services.Hacking and regulationDuring the course of thi

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Goldman Sachs Warns Investors Crypto Is Not Gold

In a recent address, Goldman Sachs has advised clients to beware of cryptocurrency. Instead, the investment banking juggernaut favours precious metals as part of a balanced portfolio:The use of precious metals is not a historical accident – they are still the best long-term store of value out of the known elements.The note issued to investors this week detailed the differences between the two as

The Digital Asset Exchange Huobi Pro Provides Users With Fork Plans

News Huobi the cryptocurrency exchange based in China announced its Segwit2x contingency plans for the firm’s trading platform Huobi Pro. The exchange details that it plans to support all the tokens that derive from the planned Segwit2x hard fork.Also read: JP Morgan Boss Can’t Stop Talking About Bitcoin — Calls Investors “Stupid”Huobi

Preparing for the Bitcoin Hard Forks: A Step-by-Step Walkthrough

Technology At the moment there are two forks planned for the Bitcoin network, and cryptocurrency proponents are curious about taking the best preparations. One fork is called Bitcoin Gold which is scheduled for October 25, while the other hard fork Segwit2x (BTC1) will take place roughly around mid-November or block height 494784.Also read:Putin Tell

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Self-Replenishing Blockchain is Finding Implementation Everywhere

In its early days, discussions around the Blockchain industry bordered mainly around Bitcoin and financial technology (fintech). The debate on Bitcoin as a currency or commodity lingered for some period of time, as did the question of whether Blockchain can become successfully implemented within the fintech ecosystem.It’s now a few years down the road, and the explosive development of the Blockc

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The History and Evolution of Proof of Stake

The views expressed here are the author’s own and do not necessarily represent the views of Cointelgraph.comProof of Stake (PoS) was first introduced in a paper by Sunny King and Scott Nadal in 2012 and intended to solve the problem of Bitcoin mining’s high energy consumption. At that time, it cost an average of $150,000 a day to maintain the Bitcoin network. Today, this figure is at a stagger

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If Hard Fork Happens, Chain Backed By Majority of Miners Will Likely Win

This is an opinion piece, and the views reflected in this article are not necessarily those of Cointelegraph.Bitcoin is rapidly approaching a fork in the road that will determine a great deal about its future. Recently, Cointelegraph published a piece highlighting the so-called forks of “Bitcoin Cash” and “Bitcoin Gold” and explaining that neither were a threat to the network.The upcoming

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A Bitcoin Beginner’s Guide to Surviving the Bgold and SegWit2x Forks

This is an updated version ofA Bitcoin Beginner's Guide to Surviving a Coin-Split specifically addressing issues associated with the upcoming Bitcoin Gold and SegWit2x forks.It looks as if Bitcoin will experience at least two more “coin-splits” soon, which (more accurately) will result in the creation of new coins. On October 25,Bitcoin Gold (Bgold) will split off from Bitcoin to create an ASI

The Pirate Bay Resumes Running In-Browser Javascript Cryptocurrency Miners

News The major torrenting website, The Pirate Bay, is reported to again be using cryptocurrency mining scripts on its website. Last month, it was discovered that The Pirate Bay had embedded multiple Monero miners on its website, which the company claimed was being trialed as an alternative revenue model to hosting ads.Also Read: Pirate Bay Found

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2x or NO2X: Why Some Want to Hard Fork Bitcoin — and Why Others Do Not

NO to more security tradeoffsSegWit2x opponents generally agree that increasing Bitcoin’s block size comes with a number of tradeoffs.For one, bigger blocks increase resource requirements for operating a full node, such as more bandwidth use, longer sync time for new nodes and more. This increases the cost for individual users to partake in the network in a trustless and therefore optimally secu

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