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  • These are the unexpected winners of the cryptocurrency craze, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: CNBC bitcoin :: RSS
    The latest surge in cryptocurrency investments go far beyond bitcoin, companies all across the board are cashing in on the digital currency boom. Read more
  • Google's Director of Engineering Won't Invest in Bitcoin, par Michael del Castillo, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: CoinDesk :: RSS
    Google's director of engineering, Ray Kurzweil, says he wouldn't buy bitcoin because it's too unstable, but he has high hopes for blockchain.
    Source Read more Michael del Castillo
  • sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10377, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10377 Rewritten using an initialization function, and added support for 32-bit x86. Read more sipa
  • sipa pushed to hwrand at sipa/bitcoin, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa pushed to hwrand at sipa/bitcoin aeea0fb Use rdrand as entropy source on supported platforms Read more sipa
  • Fix stopatheight, par achow101, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: Commits - bitcoin:master :: RSS
    Fix stopatheight Moves stopatheight check into the ActivateBestChain loop so that the block height is actually checked and stopped at the appropriate time. Read more achow101
  • sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10534, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10534 Fixed. Read more sipa
  • sipa pushed to clarify_erase at sipa/bitcoin, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa pushed to clarify_erase at sipa/bitcoin e241a63 Clarify prevector::erase and avoid swap-to-clear Read more sipa
  • Clarify prevector::erase and avoid swap-to-clear, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: Commits - bitcoin:master :: RSS
    Clarify prevector::erase and avoid swap-to-clear Read more sipa
  • sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10544, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10544 @MarcoFalke Thanks! I've added a commit with you as author. Read more sipa
  • sipa pushed to leveldb120 at sipa/bitcoin, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa pushed to leveldb120 at sipa/bitcoin 15ba343 Add extra LevelDB source to Makefile Read more sipa
  • sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10568, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10568 utACK d56a058. If it compiles without them, they're guaranteed to be unnecessary. Read more sipa
  • sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10560, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10560 utACK dce8239 Read more sipa
  • sipa pushed to master at bitcoin/bitcoin, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa pushed to master at bitcoin/bitcoin 76f268b Merge #10521: Limit variable scope 90593ed Limit variable scope View comparison for these 2 commits » Read more sipa
  • sipa merged pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10521, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa merged pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10521 Limit variable scope 1 commit with 21 additions and 23 deletions Read more sipa
  • Merge #10521: Limit variable scope, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: Commits - bitcoin:master :: RSS
    Merge #10521: Limit variable scope 90593ed92 Limit variable scope (practicalswift) Tree-SHA512: 4719e303688a31aefbe1d239e86b21dd3c2045524e08bd628c6ba0c6c2a97de14d04305b9beafe0b1dcde7229793e6663168953f192e88ed409be5c30fd2a9a9 Read more sipa
  • sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10192, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10192 @TheBlueMatt Now it is. When I made the comment, this PR had CCoins in it in some places. Read more sipa
  • TheBlueMatt commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10192, par TheBlueMatt, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: TheBlueMatt’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 TheBlueMatt commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10192 Looks like it is to me? On June 5, 2017 9:54:23 PM EDT, Pieter Wuille notifications@github.com wrote: This does not look like it's rebased on top … Read more TheBlueMatt
  • sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10561, par sipa, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10561 utACK e53a0fa Read more sipa
  • (VIDEO) Very Important Updates: Stocks, Bitcoin, Bonds, US Dollar, MORE. By Gregory Mannarino, par Bethel, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: Silver For The People - The Blog » bitcoin :: RSS

    Gregory Mannarino, Published on Jun 9, 2017
    Comey Took Notes of Every Trump Meeting But Did Not Record Hillary’s 3 Hour Interrogation.
    The post (VIDEO) Very Important Updates: Stocks, Bitcoin, Bonds, US Dollar, MORE. By Gregory Mannarino appeared first on Silver For The People. Read more Bethel
  • Ethereum Price Rise To $265 Signals The Cryptocurrency Asset Class Has Arrived, par Lombardi Letter, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: ValueWalk » Bitcoin :: RSS
    Cryptocurrency’s “Other” Big Winner Signals Sector’s Emergence As Ethereum Price Goes Ballistic By Benjamin A. Smth
    It’s not just Bitcoin anymore. Digital currencies have another big winner now, Ethereum (ether), and it’s more than just good news for early investors. The Ethereum price explosion ultimately signals digital currencies aren’t just flash-in-the-pans; they are morphing into legitimate alternative assets nudging their way into the mainstream.
    Arguably, the biggest proof of cryptocurrency transcendence has been the upswing in institutional involvement. This is the “smart” money that generally calls trends correctly. It’s one thing for mom & pops investors to move the needle higher in a limited way, as was the case with early adopters. It’s quite another for price and volume to skyrocket in unmistakable fashion due to billions in cash infusions by institutions investors. Beyond the obvious price appreciation, institutional participation also signals a deeper confirmation of the long term viability of the asset. It tells us all those multinational and governmental pilot projects worldwide are yielding positive results.
    Our bitcoin price forecast foresaw the growing sector institutional interest gathering on the periphery. And aside from the conservative nature of the forecast, our prophecy was dead-on.
    Frequent CNBC cryptocurrency analyst Brian Kelly has recently suggested Bitcoin’s May 2017 surge past $1,500 was the result of greater institutional demand – particularly from Japan. “The biggest driver right now is you’re starting to see institutional investors take a keen interest in the entire sector,” said Kelly, who himself has launched a digital asset fund for outside investors. Likewise, CoinDesk research analyst Alex Sunnarborg attributed Bitcoin’s price explosion to a spike in global trading volume, particularly from Japan. (Source: Bitcoin jumps to a record, nears $1,500 on a spike in demand from Japan, CNBC, May 2, 2017)
    It’s now quite apparent the same institutional interest dynamics buttressing Bitcoin prices have migrated to Ethereum. In hindsight, the reason seems obvious: if you believe in the long-term viability of cryptocurrency sector, it stands to reason multiple “winners” will emerge, as opposed to just one. With a maximum of 21 million Bitcoins that could ever be in circulation, it’s clear the market could support other alternatives. Clearly, institutional investors have crowned Ethereum next in line.
    Early indications of a powerful surge in capital flows could be seen back in March 2017. Vice president for Genesis Global Trading, Martin Garcia, noted that they “started to see institutional investor interest pick up in ethereum, something we hadn’t really seen before.” While other industry gatekeepers noted high-net worth trading in ethereum has picked up considerably. (Source: Ethereum’s Price Surge is Sparking Institutional Investor Interest, coindesk, March 17, 2017)
    To demonstrate how powerful institutional-infused investment capital has elevated the Ethereum price, one only has to glean a 2017 daily chart. Prices have entered full mania mode, jumping from just over $8 at the beginning of 2017 to $265 as of this writing In percentage terms, that’s an increase of 3,171% in only half a year!
    Ethereum Price
    Bitcoin’s percentage gain is more modest due to the law of large numbers, but impressive nonetheless. It began 2017 trading around $1,000 in USD terms, but has jumped to $2,820 as of this writing. That’s an increase of 282% which makes it hands-down the top appreciating recognized “currency” in the world.
    The last time investors witnessed these types of frenzied moves was during the late 1990’s Tech Bubble. Once institutional money got involved, “modest” moves in equities (pennies to single digits) turned into a full-blown mania (single digits to triple digits; quadruple digits in some cases). A considerable washout of excesses occurred, but the internet winners went on to soar in price to new heights.
    We expect the same dynamics are at play with cryptocurrencies today.

    Ethereum price up Is? Is It Still A Good Investment 2017?


    At these nosebleed levels, investing in ether is not for the faint of heart. As mentioned, prices have increased over 3,100% year-to-date and show no signs of abating. In terms of timing, the low hanging fruit has already been plucked. I would imagine it’s almost impossible to stake a significant position at these levels, no matter how bullish your long terms sentiments are.
    But that doesn’t mean you should forget about it either. Rather than focusing on incredible short term price movements, mindsets towards ethereum future value predictions should instead shift to a long term perspective. While the “easy” early-adopter money is gone, we may be only entering the third inning in terms of overall ethereum price outlook.
    Why? Because even after this incredible run, total market capitalization is only around $23 billion. For perspective, if Ethereum was a stock, it’s overall value would barely crack the top 300 issues in the S&P 500. With all the business and transaction potential amassing down the pike, ethereum will deservedly command higher valuations than many obscure companies ahead of it should its potential be fulfilled. The last part of that sentence will ultimately tell the story.

    Ethereum vs Bitcoin


    The Ethereum vs bitcoin debate really comes down to which cryptocurrency is perceived to hold the longest term value. Strong arguments can be made either way, but from our perspective, ethereum has some important characteristics which give it a competitive advantage.
    The first of which relates to transaction times. It currently takes about 12 minutes on average to confirm a Bitcoin transaction, while it takes Ethereum is only around 1215 seconds to do so. Ethereums GHOST protocol can process greater data loads and in greater speeds than Bitcoins peer-to-peer cryptographic protocol. This advantage cannot be understated.
    Secondly, Ethereum has the ability to run smart contracts,” which are code functions which can handle legal functions, data storage, information processes and more. Bitcoin, not so much (although this may be changing soon). This gives Ethereum the prime advantage of added utility over just being a currency. Should Bitcoin not keep pace with Ethereum in this arms race, Ethereum could see better adoption rates.
    Looking forward, our ethereum price prediction 2017 is $150,  tempered by the unsustainable gains it has achieved thus far. Obviously, we would exercise extreme caution here, as short term prices have jumped ahead of fundamentals. Mean regression could easily take Ethereum price back towards $100 (or firm support at $50) once the mania dies down; similar to the consolidation phase experienced in Bitcoin during its first two bubble runs.
    However, we are staunch longer term bulls who truly believe in the transcendent qualities Ethereum and other select cryptocurrencies possess. The sky’s the limit, but we believe investors should now focus on long term accumulation strategies at select price points. Employing this method should yield the best long term results, while avoiding painful “stop out” which can jiggle investors out of positions and tie up capital.
    The post Ethereum Price Rise To $265 Signals The Cryptocurrency Asset Class Has Arrived appeared first on ValueWalk. Read more Lombardi Letter
  • Updates: Stocks, Bitcoin, Bonds, US Dollar, More, par Stefan B, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: FSN » bitcoin :: RSS
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    from Gregory Mannarino

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  • gmaxwell commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10564, par gmaxwell, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: gmaxwell’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 9, 2017 gmaxwell commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10564 @ryanofsky to make this constant time: Change the conditional to use bit operations instead: fResult |= fsubNet.Match(ip) & (GetTime() Read more gmaxwell
  • MarketWatch.com: Bitcoin makes up nearly half of the $100 billion cryptocurrency market cap. What’s the rest?, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: MarketWatch.com - bitcoin :: RSS
    All of the digital money in the world, in one chartBitcoin makes up nearly half of the $100 billion cryptocurrency market cap. So what makes up the rest? Here’s a chart breaking it down. Read more
  • Market Extra: Is bitcoin in a bubble? This metric suggests there’s more room to grow, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: MarketWatch.com - bitcoin :: RSS
    Analysts apply a modified version of P/E ratio to the cryptocurrencyBitcoin has more than tripled this year and seems to make new records by the day, and one metric—a kind of P/E ratio for cryptocurrencies—suggests it still has room to grow. Read more
  • Not a Single Bitcoin Core Developer Has Approved SegWit + 2 MB Hard Fork Yet, par CoinTelegraph By Joseph Young, 9 June 2017

    Friday 9 June 2017 :: CoinTelegraph.Com News :: RSS

    Bitcoin Core developers haven’t expressed their support for Segwit2x, the proposal to activate Segwit at a 80% threshold and execute a 2MB hard fork. Read more CoinTelegraph By Joseph Young
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