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Many scams have already entered the world of cryptocurrency.
Yesterday, something weird happened with the popular Ethereum wallet, MyEtherWallet (MEW).
Bitcoin has received a lot of backlash over the past year for how much energy it requires to secure the network – its proof of work algorithm requires a lot of processing power to complete the complicated math equations required for mining.
The state of New York is allowing a Bitcoin mining company called Coinmint to set up shop in its state.
South Korea’s head of Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Kim Dong-yeon, announced Thursday that they have no plans to shut down cryptocurrency.
Status (SNT), one of the leading dApp mobile browser platforms for Android and iOS, is looking to make an aggressive expansion in 2018.
Who says we can’t #PayWithCrypto? Japan’s largest electronics chain, Yamada Denki and one of the largest e-commerce platforms in South Korea, WeMakePrice, is beginning to experiment with accepting crypto as a form of payment.
A new trending hashtag #PayWithCrypto is picking up speed.
A mysterious “blockchain company” just bought 62 percent of a 162 square mile Industrial park near Reno, Nevada.
Once again, a centralized exchange has problems handling its own money.
2018 is already forecasting the birth of many decentralized marketplaces.
DApps are a new breed of apps: they interlaced with the blockchain.
Just a few days ago, Facebook investor Peter Thiel announced that he’s been holding between $15-20 million in cryptocurrency, which correlated to a 10% price jump for Bitcoin after a week-long slump.