Nick Chong · 3 hours ago · 2 min read · Insights via Grayscale Investments
Bitcoin › Mining
Could an attack on Bitcoin be imminent? 65 percent of Bitcoin owners are convinced that a 51% Attack is a legitimate concern for the Bitcoin community and its investors, according to our new report on the “State of Crypto Mining.” But is there really a threat, or is that fear more sci-fi than reality? To […]
Bitcoin › Hacks
It is no secret that the market for stolen cryptocurrency is estimated in the tens of billions of US dollars.
The first question supply chain management companies or teams considering using blockchain technology should ask is: ‘Should I use a database instead’? The frank answer is: Yes, but only if you are not sharing valuable or vulnerable information.
Cryptocurrency exchanges represent one of the most diverse service offerings within the crypto industry.
Since crypto is so close to big, volatile, risky money, it is easy to overlook the spirit of pioneership that is involved.
General partnership announcements are a good way to generate more awareness about your company because you’re leveraging on more than one brand name.
U.S. › Regulation
Last month, the United States Congress announced that it would be introducing a new bill focused solely on cryptocurrency activities within the United States aptly named The Cryptocurrency Bill 2020.
Cryptocurrency predictions for 2020 are well underway, which means there is no better time to refresh and set some new year’s resolutions.
It’s easy to assume that DeFi is another term to sell the future back to ourselves.
Ethereum › Analysis
When it comes to Ethereum, the future of adoption remains decentralized, privacy-focused, and non-custodial.
We’re at the forefront of a new financial system built on public blockchains with over $685M (USD) already locked up in decentralized finance (DeFi).
Competition in the crypto space is always intense but increasingly so when it comes to decentralised exchanges (DEX).
A cashless society is coming, and it’s only a matter of time.
Most Americans know that the federal government of the United States prints our money.