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  • Why North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Is Obsessed With Missiles, par Mark Norton, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS
    On Thursday, North Korea conducted its 10th missile test of 2017. A day after South Korea announced it was suspending the deployment of a controversial U.S. missile defense system, its neighbor sent four rockets scudding into the Sea of Japan. Unpredictable as ever, the secretive state seemed unimpressed by the south’s conciliatory move. The launch [...] Read more Mark Norton
  • How do Bitcoin and Litecoin compare in scalability?, par Murch, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: litecoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    Bitcoin and Litecoin are very similar, however they differ in the hash algorithm, the block interval and reward schedule. How do these characteristics impact the scalability in terms of e.g. transaction capacity, IBD, CONOP, light weight node requirements, and block verification times? Read more Murch
  • How do Bitcoin and Litecoin compare in scalability?, par Murch, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    Bitcoin and Litecoin are very similar, however they differ in the hash algorithm, the block interval and reward schedule. How do these characteristics impact the scalability in terms of e.g. transaction capacity, IBD, CONOP, light weight node requirements, and block verification (...) Read more Murch
  • Bitcoin bulls runs wild as cryptocurrency surges above $3,000, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: CNBC bitcoin :: RSS
    Bitcoin traded above $3,000 for the first time on Sunday, continuing its massive surge this year. Read more
  • sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10573, par sipa, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 11, 2017 sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10573 NACK. You're removing includes of direct dependencies because they're already included indirectly. That results in fragile code that breaks when in… Read more sipa
  • Cryptocurrency Update: Steemit, Factom and $1 Million per Bitcoin, par Cheery, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Silver For The People - The Blog » bitcoin :: RSS

    goldstockbull.com / By Jason Hamlin / June 9th, 2017

    Western Union Speaks on Coinbase Pilot Integration


    David Thompson, the CTO of global remittance giant Western Union, took the stage at MoneyConf 2017 in Madrid, Spain to speak about his outlook on digital currency and announced a pilot program with Coinbase.
    Western Union’s view is that digital currencies need to be regulated and integrated into the law before they will be included on their platform. Not long ago, they tried a partnership with Ripple, but broad buy-in from other large institutions didn’t materialize.
    Still, Mr. Thompson doesn’t doesn’t believe digital currencies will wipe out the remittance business. Instead, a partnership such as this with Coinbase, could be the future. “Customers have been asking us if digital currency is going to wipe out the remittance business,” he said.
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    The post Cryptocurrency Update: Steemit, Factom and $1 Million per Bitcoin appeared first on Silver For The People. Read more Cheery
  • Inflation? Time For Plan B!, par /u/MobTwo, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
  • Chaos in Washington: Trump at Odds with Tillerson over US Policy on Qatar-Arab States Conflict, par Mark Norton, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS
    TEHRAN (FNA)- US President Donald Trump and his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson appear to be sending mixed signals on the administration’s stance over the rift between Qatar and its regional neighbors, specially Saudi Arabia. Trump on Friday once again accused Qatar of funding terrorism, calling on the Persian Gulf country to stop supporting terrorist [...] Read more Mark Norton
  • How to send bitcoins to my blockchain bitcoins wallet, par Gladys Adebayo, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    How do I send the bitcoins to my blockchain bit coin wallet because I don't know how to do it Read more Gladys Adebayo
  • $3000, par /u/n4ru, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
  • Export Private Key from Block.io, par fipso100, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    I want to move my BTC wallets from Block.io to Blockchain.info For this i need my private key ? How can i view my private key on Block.io. Thanks. Read more fipso100
  • Does Coinbase have the ability to create a "Business" Account?, par parchambeau, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    Wanted to see if anyone here knew if you are able to work with Coinbase to create a "Business/Corporate" level Accounts? Meaning that when signing up and linking a bank account to your Coinbase account you could choose to use your Business bank account, and verify using an EIN instead of a (...) Read more parchambeau
  • Why Kids Who Go To Private School Do Drugs, par Mark Norton, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS
    Sending your kids to private school might get them into better universities, but it could also lead them to problems with drugs and alcohol. Researchers found that teens who were deemed privileged, or those who lived in nice areas and attended elite schools, were more likely to use marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy. These students also [...] Read more Mark Norton
  • hey there im new to bitcoin mining i tried using the bit minter software but im not sure how it works help [duplicate], par ayeni bolaji, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    This question already has an answer here: In the ASIC-age, is it worth starting mining Bitcoin at home? 2 answers [i just need help please help me out im stuck] Read more ayeni bolaji
  • If a double spend is executed, what happens to the original transaction?, par Pavel Xalywero Xalax, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    So I think i have read enough about double spending so as to be able to execute one. But I have found nowhere what happens to the original transaction. Here is the transaction just in case: https://blockchain.info/tx/ed357e8ef7fc27702453886f3fd876c974949c3790fd2e2609d4607abec40e49 Read more Pavel Xalywero Xalax
  • sipa commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10530, par sipa, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: sipa’s Activity :: RSS
    Jun 11, 2017 sipa commented on pull request " rel="noreferrer">bitcoin/bitcoin#10530 utACK Read more sipa
  • unsafe transaction Need your help please!, par alexander, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    hi need your support i made a transaction to 15j5EP9ZKUTV1wadxd4gc2DgvA9JGkDwVy acount amount of 0.830022 BTC.. after i send money to this site https://capitalist.net there is a link where they want me to add : There is unconfirmed incoming transactions with amount 0.83002199 BTC. (Осталось не (...) Read more alexander
  • Bitcoin Price Crosses $3,000 Milestone to Set New All-Time High, par Pete Rizzo, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: CoinDesk :: RSS
    The price of bitcoin has hit a new all-time high, rising above $3,000 for the first time on the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index.
    Source Read more Pete Rizzo
  • Insufficient Understanding of Cryptocurrencies Results in Their Volatility, par CoinTelegraph By Wassim Bendella, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: CoinTelegraph.Com News :: RSS

    Explaining cryptocurrency volatility by investors’ lack of understanding. Read more CoinTelegraph By Wassim Bendella
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    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: bitcointalk - Announcements :: RSS
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    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Service Announcements :: RSS
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  • CNN Host Called Out For Being ‘Obsessed With The Facts’, par Mark Norton, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS
    Conservative David Rivkin, former counsel to Donald Rumsfeld, told CNN’s Brooke Baldwin that she was getting “obsessed with the facts” over the he said/he said status of Comey and Trump’s statements regarding their meetings. Norman Eisen, President Obama’s former Ethics Czar debated Rivkin on the merits of prosecuting Trump for obstruction of justice or for [...] Read more Mark Norton
  • Bitcoin Only Needs to Survive, Security is Priority: Prominent VC Investor, par CoinTelegraph By Joseph Young, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: CoinTelegraph.Com News :: RSS

    Naval Ravikant, a prominent venture capital investor and the CEO of AngelList, explains all bitcoin has to do to become the premium store of value is to survive. Read more CoinTelegraph By Joseph Young
  • Why Ethereum is outpacing Bitcoin, par Jack du Rose, Colony, 11 June 2017

    Sunday 11 June 2017 :: VentureBeat » Bitcoin :: RSS



    While Bitcoin is currently trading at close to its all-time high, its dominance in terms of proportion of total cryptocurrency market cap is rapidly decreasing — ground largely given up to Ethereum.
    This shift is probably being driven by a few factors. Despite its recent appreciation in value, as a technology, Bitcoin has stagnated over the last three years. Two rival factions have emerged with violently opposing views on what should be done to allow the Bitcoin network to handle more transactions than it can right now. While Bitcoin has been paralysed by indecision, Ethereum has raced ahead with technology that not only does everything Bitcoin can do faster, in higher volume, and at lower cost — it does a lot more besides.
    As a “hard fork” looms, which looks set to split Bitcoin into two separate currencies that will have to fight for custody of the Bitcoin moniker, anxious Bitcoin holders are increasingly divesting themselves of Bitcoin to acquire Ether — the cryptocurrency that fuels the Ethereum network.
    The other side of it is that Bitcoin is really only useful as a store of value. Even then, its usefulness for actually transacting value is limited. In a world where people are used to online payments being confirmed instantly, Bitcoin transactions can take anywhere from tens of minutes to several hours, depending on how busy the network is. It’s also expensive — especially if you’re only sending small amounts. The average transaction currently costs about $1.50.
    Ethereum, on the other hand, was never intended as a Bitcoin competitor. Ethereum is actually a platform for new kinds of decentralized (often financial) applications (dApps) that run on a peer-to-peer network of computers. These dApps are designed to disintermediate the kinds of relationships and transactions for which we have traditionally required things like banks, public registries, and the legal system.
    For technologists, this is exciting stuff, and a vibrant community of software developers has enthusiastically embraced it. Hundreds of projects, startups, and companies at every scale — including the likes of Intel, Microsoft, and Samsung — are building software using Ethereum. And everyone who wants to use any of these dApps on the public Ethereum blockchain will need to pay a small fee in Ether each time they do so.
    The utility of many of these dApps are based on network effects, so Ethereum as the underlying protocol is a network upon which other networks are being built. It is therefore a group-forming network — a much faster growing and more resilient kind of network effect than Bitcoin enjoys. In group-forming networks, even if the utility of individual groups is low, the network effect of all being part of the same underlying network can dominate the overall economics of the system. In other words, the value of the whole becomes greater than the sum of its parts. That’s particularly interesting in the case of Ethereum as that value is captured within the Ether price.
    Platforms requiring network effects are however, famously hard to bootstrap — but here Ethereum has an ace up its sleeve. Token sales, or Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), allow Ethereum projects to sell their own native token to the crowd. A token is a cryptocurrency that has special purpose within the dApp to which it corresponds. The purpose and value of these tokens varies, but what they all share in common is that their sale not only provides funding for the dApp’s development, it also catalyses the creation of a community around the dApp that is financially incentivized to see it succeed. The more successful a dApp becomes, the greater the demand for, and therefore value of, the token required to use it.
    TL;DR: Bitcoin’s dominance is slipping because its utility is limited and weakening versus other more recently developed, less politicized cryptocurrencies. Financial markets don’t like uncertainty, and Bitcoin is gearing up for a messy divorce. Ethereum was never intended as a competitor to Bitcoin, it’s something very different. But the value of Ether is underpinned by utility within the kind of group-forming network that tends to grow rapidly when it picks up steam. That’s why its value is increasing faster than Bitcoin, and why many pundits are predicting it will continue to do so long after Bitcoin’s market cap has been exceeded.
    Jack du Rose is a cofounder of Colony, an Ethereum-based operating system for open organizations.
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