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Who is to Dominate IOT? ETC or IOTA?

This November saw IOTA’s market cap octupled, securing this cryptocurrency’s top 4 rank across the board and ahead of Ripple, a well-established peer token. IOT is where IOTA applies and the selling point in its pitch deck. Given the heated status quo of IOT in recent years, it’s no wonder to spot a markup on IOTA. ETC, another digital currency with good standing, also starts to deploy its p

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Coins.ph Contemplates Rolling out SegWit Support and Enabling Bitcoin Cash Transactions

All Bitcoin service providers struggle with the world’s leading cryptocurrency right now. More specifically, network congestion and high fees make Bitcoin virtually unusable. Coins.ph plans to address is this issue with a  two-pronged approach. First of all, they will [finally] enable SegWit-based transactions. Secondly, they may integrate Bitcoin Cash very soon. Both options are equally vi

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Lightning Network Inches Closer to Being Deployed on the Bitcoin Mainnet

The Lightning Network will be a game changer for Bitcoin. That is, assuming this concept comes to market in the near future. A lot of progress has been made behind the scenes as of late. A successful mainnet test, a new explorer, and more developers working on this technology are all positive developments. The wait for proper scaling and microtransactions as part of Bitcoin is almost over, by the

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Craig Wright Claims 2018 Will be the Year of Bitcoin Cash

Craig Wright has always been a controversial figure in the Bitcoin world. After successfully showing the world he is not Satoshi Nakamoto, Wright still makes some interesting comments. In his latest series of tweets, the master of deception focuses on Bitcoin Cash once again In his opinion, 2018 will be the year of BCH as the Bitcoin with the most potential. An interesting train of thought. Even t

Bitcoin Gamers Offered Steam Lifeline, Craigslist Goes Crypto

News In a blow for serious gamers who use the world’s most popular cryptocurrency, bitcoin, Steam announced they would no longer accept it as a method of payment. Price volatility and high transaction fees doomed the relationship. In freer economies, however, other companies like Bitrefill see such problems as an opportunity to gain market share by

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IOTA Interview: “Trust Systems Are Absolutely Pivotal” Today

IOTA, the digital network designed for the Internet of Things (IoT) has recently seen a massive increase in the value of their cryptocurrency, MIOTA. According to CoinMarketCap, the company has moved from 9th to 4th in largest market cap, displacing long standing 4th place holder Ripple.In order to understand what caused this massive explosion in value, Cointelegraph caught up with Dominik Schiene

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Vinny Lingham Points out new Bitcoin Investors Only Want Profit Rather Than Innovation

It is evident everyone with a sense of adventure aims to buy Bitcoin right now. These colossal price gains throughout 2017 have not gone by unnoticed whatsoever. However, one also has to question the reason for buying Bitcoin now. Most people couldn’t care less about this innovative technology or using it as a currency. Instead, they see this as a way to make a quick buck. Vinny Lingham is think

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Bitcoin Mempool Woes Worsen as Over 220,000 Unconfirmed Transactions Remain Queued

Not everything is going smoothly in the world of Bitcoin right now. There have been issues with unconfirmed transactions for several days now. Whereas the mempool had 130,000 “stuck” transactions yesterday, things got a lot worse overnight. At the time of writing, over 220,000 transfers are waiting to be processed. All of this further confirms Bitcoin has deviated from being a currency quite s

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Bitcoin Mempool Fills up Again Despite a Rise in Hashrate

Not a week goes by without some Bitcoin mempool drama these days. Every week or so, the number of unconfirmed transactions rises. In most cases, that is a big problem, yet the matter usually gets resolved pretty quickly. In this particular case, however, over 136,000 transactions are pending. This is an unusual development considering the network hashrate has increased instead of decreased. Having

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Steam Stops Accepting Bitcoin Payments Citing Extreme Volatility, Fees

Today, Valve announced that the Steam gaming platform will no longer accept Bitcoin payments due to high fees and incredible volatility. Valve says transaction fees, which are passed on to the company by Bitcoin payment processor Bitpay, surpassed $20 last week. Transaction fees were only 20 cents last spring when Valve began accepting the digital currency for payment.The Steam platform began acce

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