One of the most fascinating aspects of Bitcoin (BTC) is the cryptocurrency’s volatile price history. The chart makes for interesting viewing and often leads us to question how and why certain things have happened. When we consider the roughly five or six peaks in its history, we can usually tie them to specific events or trends.
Donating to victims of various disasters is a great way to introduce peer-to-peer digital assets to new people and organizations. Cryptocurrencies have evolved over the past decade and are now being used by international non-governmental organizations (I-NGOs) like Save The Children for charitable purposes.
Bitcoin became a part of modern life, having penetrated many spheres of human activity. But despite the world is familiar with the technology itself and its mechanisms of operations, it is also worth knowing how it all started. In fact, the idea of decentralized money appeared long before 2009.
The largest infrastructure bill in US history has just been sent to the US Senate for consideration. However, the bill requires cryptocurrency miners, marked as "brokers," to pay a huge amount of tax, which Senator Cynthia Lummis and her colleagues questioned and immediately filed an amendment.
Love Earth Coin (LEC) fulfilled the 1st charity fund raising engagement all on chain! The 1st time in blockchain history! USD$10,000 has sent to German and Chinese Red Cross for urgent aid of flooding.
The rivalry between the United States of America (USA) and China has a long history. During the previous couple of years, they have been competing in practically every industry including blockchain and cryptocurrency.
There is a theory that Japan is the mother country of Bitcoin. Regardless of whether it is true or not, it was among the first countries to start making virtual currency transactions. Besides, Japan was the first country to solve the problem of double-spending for crypto using the P2P structure.
China’s history on cryptocurrency is quite a controversial one. Most of the crypto users that became millionaires after 2017’s crypto-bubble were residing in China. The country’s mining pools dominated over 60% of the Bitcoin overall hashrate. Nevertheless, regulators are making every effort to stop the growth of the sector.