On September 7, for the first time, the Swedish capital will host a large conference dedicated to blockchain technology and cryptocurrency – Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Stockholm.
Managing a cryptocurrency mine is a complex and time-consuming endeavor.
To ensure profitability, a delicate balance of performance, stability, and energy consumption must be maintained—a task which requires careful optimization of dozens of operating parameters.
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Often described as the "ringleader" of a controversial plan to fork the bitcoin blockchain, mining pool ViaBTC is speaking out against the idea that it's the driving force behind a bitcoin alternative called Bitcoin Cash. A fork of bitcoin that would create a new network with new rules, Bitcoin Cash is notable in its rejection of code changes favored by other developers to boost the network's transaction capacity.
CoinDirect.io, an open source platform disintermediating the gambling industry, will use the blockchain technologies of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Bitshares to offer transparent and decentralized solution for a heavily regulated market.
CoinDirect aims to help existing casino networks save millions, as their solution offers complete transparency, reducing compliance costs and the need for regular auditing. Other main advantages of the platform include instant transactions, direct money transfers from player to player, no risk of frozen funds by the casino and very low gambling fees.
Kraken has issued a warning to margin traders in its official Bitcoin Cash statement, saying they should prepare for “extreme volatility.”
Joining the list of exchanges set to interact with the BCC fork and credit user accounts with equal amounts of BTC and BCC, Kraken nonetheless advised considerable caution during the forking process itself.
“[...M]argin traders should plan for the possibility of extreme volatility and unfavorable forced liquidations surrounding the fork,” it wrote yesterday.
Exchange chief Alexander Vinnik received most of the stolen Mt. Gox Bitcoins.
W3C: A Payment Gateway and Merchant Settlement Services for Instant, Secured Global Payments Abstract W3C is a cryptography-based digital coin and payment gateway introduced to the market in 2017 to serve as a fully functional currency and alternative to cash and brick-and-mortar banking payment system. W3C expects to gain significant international market share through a retail e-commerce delivery platform, coin trading and bulk remittance activity.
State of Delaware Governor John C. Carney Jr. has officially signed the bill that was introduced and passed last May 4, 2017. The bill turned into law would officially legalize and recognize Blockchain transactions for accounting and other business records for companies registered in the state.
John McAfee has made a bold state regarding bitcoin, claiming that each unit will be worth $500,000 in three years time.
As a cybersecurity and software pioneer, McAfee is a name known inside and outside of the digital currency space. Last year the former programmer for NASA stated that he got involved with the digital currency because it will eventually become ‘the standard for the world.’
Now, though, in what may have been a marketing tactic designed to grab the community’s attention, McAfee took to social media to predict what he thinks bitcoin’s worth will be in three years time.
An Indian state government and payments giant Mastercard are among 34 new additions to the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), which now sees over 150 members – making it the world’s largest blockchain consortium.
Founded by an initial 30 members in February 2016, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is a working group of companies, organizations and Ethereum development startups aiming to leverage open-source Ethereum technology for enterprise blockchain solutions.