Ethereum is a blockchain network with public distribution, not unlike Bitcoin, but there is a fundamental difference between the two in terms of how they are used. Bitcoin was developed entirely as a cryptocurrency through the use of blockchain technology. Ethereum, on the other hand, offers a cryptocurrency called Ether but focuses primarily on administering program coding for applications that are decentralised, commonly referred to as Dapps. With the increase in development of Dapps, the value of Ether has risen extensively, and experts predict this trend to continue as we move into the next few years. Continue reading Ethereum $1,650 Price Expected at Crypto Daily.
The average person is unlikely to know what Litecoin is, let alone that it is about to get its very own fork, similarly to what happened to Bitcoin last year. But for those who are aware of Litecoin’s existence, the upcoming arrival of Litecoin Cash is being ‘sold’ on the premise that it is a faster version of Litecoin, cutting down transaction times. Whether you know about it or not, the word is that you should avoid Litecoin Cash, as the founder of Litecoin himself – Charlie Lee – sees it as a potential scam. Continue reading Charlie Lee Says Litecoin Cash Is A Scam at Crypto Daily.
Cryptocurrencies have been of great interest to companies and service providers alike. In particular, companies dabbling in the Bitcoin ATM business will be making a lot of improvements in the future, including integrating support for altcoins. Most recently, Athena Bitcoin, a well-known operator in the US, added Bitcoin Cash support to their machines. Athena Bitcoin Makes an Interesting Decision No one will deny Bitcoin Cash has made a big impact on the cryptocurrency industry. A lot of people have very strong opinions on this altcoin, for better or worse. It is still too early to tell if BCH is the real vision of
While other European countries seek stricter regulations on cryptocurrencies, Spain looks to follow Switzerland’s lead and charge ahead of the curve by proposing crypto-friendly legislation. Spain on the Blockchain Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s People’s Party is ready to throw their full weight behind blockchain technology. The conservative party claims to be preparing crypto-friendly legislation with aims to entice blockchain companies, particularly by including tax breaks. According to Bloomberg, Teodoro Garcia Egea — the lawmaker Read More The post Spain Seeks to Pass Crypto-Friendly Legislation appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
CoinTelegraph: Croatia Launches Self-Regulating Blockchain Organization Amidst Growing Worldwide Trend
The newly launched Croatian self-regulating Blockchain organization will work with the government to create an environment for Blockchain innovation. #NEWS
Despite the rise in mainstream media adopting a more positive stance on cryptocurrencies, at least in terms of reporting on the actual news relating to the subject, the regulatory environment remains as murky and as uncertain as ever. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are banned in around a half-dozen countries around the world and it remains to be seen how some of the major economies will decide to deal with ICOs. Still, despite the uncertainty, coins need to be mined and it is more likely than not that the cost to mine a single bitcoin is only likely to grow over
FCC officially notifies Brooklyn resident of his BTC’s miners “harmful interference” on T-Mobile’s broadband network. #NEWS
The biggest threat to cryptocurrencies in not volatility, but the living reality that 99% of cryptocurrency trade still happens on centralized exchanges. And sometimes I think how contradictory it is to use centralized exchanges like Binance or Bittrex against the ethos of decentralized cryptocurrencies. Kind of joke and shame that the whole purpose i.e. monetary […] The post Decentralized Crypto Exchages vs Centralized Exchange Like Binance or Bittrex? appeared first on CoinSutra - Bitcoin Community.
The cryptocurrency community is home to a lot of creative and unique projects. We have seen some great innovations, transparent Ponzi schemes, and now a crypto-oriented harassment campaign against Bitcoin Cash. Known as BTrash, this new project aims to inform the general public about useless currencies, and more specifically, about Bitcoin Cash. It is evident this project is not to be taken seriously, even though it does send a rather clear message to the rest of the community. BTrash is A Rather Offensive Project We can only applaud efforts regarding free speech and informing people about the potentially useless currencies
The Federal Reserve of the United States spent 666 million dollars on printing fiat notes and coins during 2016, the latest year for which such information is provided. Fed says:... The post The Federal Reserve Spent Precisely 666 Million Dollars on Money Printing appeared first on Trustnodes.