Materials by tag Bitcoin

Jun 16, 2019 at 10:47
Bitcoin Mining Consumes 1% of Global Energy, Report Reveals
The US Senate committee on Energy and Natural Resources issued a document stating that mining consumes about 1% of global energy. On public blockchains, mining embroils the computation of a massive amount of mathematical calculations known as hashes. On a normal day, Bitcoin miners collectively compute over 50 billion gigahashes per second.
Jun 14, 2019 at 13:37
The Future of Digital Media − VibraVid and BeatzCoin
Today, it is estimated that all the social media networks have a combined total of 3 billion active users. Social media became an indispensable part of many people’s lives. these social media accounts make money online, too. Most people probably assume that they need thousands of followers on social media to earn good money but this isn’t necessarily the case for Vibravid.
Jun 13, 2019 at 16:21
Could Brexit be the Next Push for Crypto
As stock markets are declining over the past months with fears of a looming trade war, cryptocurrency markets are way up, slowly resurging into their peak levels. Are these two things connected? Could we say that there is an adverse relationship between the stock market and the crypto market as a whole?
Jun 13, 2019 at 15:45
$150 Mln of Bitcoin Moved from Coinbase to Anonymous Wallet
The second quarter (Q2) of 2019 has been an active period for cryptocurrency, where by it has seen bigger value fluctuations that pushed up the price of Bitcoin, the original digital currency and the world’s top cryptocurrency by market cap. Bitcoin hit and surpassed the $9k mark last month, and since then, its lowest trading price has been $7,038, a price it never even thought of in the first quarter (Q1) of this year – approximately 90 days ago. More than $150 million worth of BTC was transferred from one wallet to another at different periods of time and different crypto exchanges.
Jun 13, 2019 at 15:04
Trade as a Whale with Whales Cryptocurrency Trader
Trading has quite a bit of history, starting out with the tulip crisis up until the stock market crash in ‘33. It doesn’t stop here, however. With the advent of the 21st-century cryptocurrency trading has become increasingly more popular, especially so in more recent years.
Jun 12, 2019 at 14:43
Who is the Real Creator of Bitcoin?
Almost every month or every year, a new theory about the real creator of Bitcoin appears. If we are to mention the names of people and companies that are on the list of those claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto, we would write until the cows come home. As we speak now, another theory has also emerged, but this time it appears to be somehow convincing in the ears of the cryptocurrency participants, as well as making waves in the digital currency world. The theory is about the fiction author Neal Stephenson, signifying that he is actually the true Bitcoin creator.
Jun 12, 2019 at 13:57
BitcoinCasino.io Puts a Spin on Gambling with QuickSpin Games
The newest bitcoin casino released by established developer SoftSwiss is the BitcoinCasino.io, an online gambling site that offers a variety of games and providers.
Jun 11, 2019 at 13:44
Advantages of Blockchain for Small and Medium Business (SME)
The advantages of blockchain and distributed ledger technology in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are known and clear, but some are more popular than others. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple are good examples of use cases. Bitcoin is being used by a multitude of SMEs as one of the means of payment.
Jun 11, 2019 at 12:23
Bitcoin Struggling to Trade Above $8,000 Price Level
While the whole cryptocurrency community was expecting another major bull run, the price trend of Bitcoin (BTC) appears to be once again disappointing. However, the BTC’s rally has continued over the past few hours, and the rest of the digital assets have trailed in its stir. Some senior blockchain and crypto analysts have even started to predict a weighty bearish viewpoint.
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