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Bitcoin Cash Will Close Out 2017 With Significant Infrastructure Support

News The end of the year is approaching, and the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network and community have continued to see significant growth. From merchant acceptance, cryptocurrency businesses integrating support, and many other additions to the BCH economy, shows that bitcoin cash will have some robust infrastructure for 2018.Also Read:Increased South Africa

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Garzik Forks UnitedBitcoin Away from “Maximalists” to Support Altcoin Communities

A new project called UnitedBitcoin (warning: the site autoplays audio) promises to add smart contract features using the UTXO model, support for the lightning network and SegWit, and eight-megabyte blocks. Headed up by Jeff Garzik, the lead developer behind the failed SegWit2x hard fork, along with Matthew Roszak and SongXiu Hua, this UnitedBitcoin (UB) hard fork will offer replay protection to pr

Trezor Firmware Update Brings Shorter Addresses and Support for More Tokens

Reviews Popular cold storage wallet solution, Trezor, announced its latest firmware upgrade. Version 1.6.0 offers support for more tokens. It also implements support for segregated witness addresses, using Bech32 instead of the usual P2SH format, potentially saving block size on the Bitcoin network. As the first hard wallet to use Bech32, the company

10 Bitcoin Apps That Everyone Should Have

Featured Owning a smartphone, like owning bitcoin, is obligatory these days. All the cool kids are doing it, along with all the uncool kids who were hodling hard back when bitcoin was ripe for mockery. Not any more. Whether you’re a bitcoin veteran or are new enough to believe HODL means Hold On for Dear Life, you might find something interesting i

After Segwit2x Failed Jeff Garzik Reveals “United Bitcoin”

Altcoins A new bitcoin fork called United Bitcoin has been announced by a few prominent cryptocurrency luminaries that aims to improve the mechanics of the original bitcoin software. United Bitcoin was forked on December 12, 2017 at block height 498777 and the creators claim it will feature an 8MB block size, Lightning Network support, Segregated Wit

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BitPay Begins Enforcing Bitcoin Payment Protocol Compatibility Requirement for its Debit Card

Not too long ago, it became clear BitPay was going to enforce some big changes. More specifically, the company announced the introduction of the Bitcoin Payment Protocol. The main reason for this change is to further create seamless and secure payment experiences. According to their latest blog post, a big first step has been taken toward enforcing this protocol. All orders of the BitPay Card requ

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Digital Currencies vs. Cryptocurrencies, Explained

What are digital currencies?Digital currencies are money used on the Internet.Digital money exists only in the digital form. It doesn’t have any physical equivalent in the real world. Nevertheless, it has all the characteristics of traditional money. Just as classic fiat money, you can obtain, transfer or exchange it for another currency. You can use it to pay for the goods and services, such as

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App Stores of Future Will Be Based on Blockchain, Promote Transparency

In 2017, app stores saw record revenues and downloads. Across both iOS and Android platforms, downloads grew by 15 percent year-over-year to reach nearly 50 billion worldwide, taking total revenue to $15 billion.Google Play and the Apple App Store are the most widely used mobile marketplaces across the globe. It’s because of this duopoly that they are able to impose a 30% cut on all purchases, a

Ebay “Seriously Considering” Adding Bitcoin Payments

Type “Bitcoin” into online marketplace giant eBay’s search bar, and you’ll discover an absolute plethora of bizarre items which loosely relate to the world’s hottest cryptocurrency. There are more eBook investment guides than you could read in a lifetime, pointless pieces of circular plastic with the assumed Bitcoin logo emblazoned upon them, mining contracts and components for rigs

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Bulgaria Seizes Enough Bitcoin to Pay Off 1/5 of National Debt

Following an undercover bust of an underground crime network, Bulgaria has seized enough Bitcoin to settle a fifth of its national debt.According to ZeroHedge, the Bulgarian crime enforcement agency and the Southeast European Law Enforcement Center caught 23 Bulgarian criminals and confiscated a total of 213,519 Bitcoins - roughly valued at $3.5 bln.The syndicate had hacked Bulgarian customs compu

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