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Last time, we touched on the strengths and weaknesses of blockchain technology and showed that it’s not as inflexible as many people think. In the last few years, inspired by Bitcoin’s popularity, developers have not only been improving the existing algorithm but also inventing alternatives. As a result, many new cryptocurrencies have been created although Bitcoin remains #1 by far and Ethereum steadily holds second place.
2014 saw the first big crash in the blockchain and Bitcoin space, drawing the attention even of people who didn’t own Bitcoin and had no interest in it. Mt. Gox, the largest Bitcoin exchange closed without being able to refund their clients’ deposits.
Since 2009, and especially in the last two years, we have been hearing curious words such as “cryptocurrency,” “bitcoin,” and “blockchain” thrown about… These evoke a feeling of mystery in most people, as if they were spells or magical incantations for those who are in the “circle of trust.”
Bitcoin nose dive November month stands a bit detached compares to the whole history of Bitcoin market, although it was not too long. I’m not sure folks, that we able to find positive news of at least minor value. I would call November as “crush of all hopes”. Market now stands at very fragile border and …
While the cryptocurrency market is dominated by a few big currencies (BTC, ETH, Ripple,) there are thousands of other currencies, often after niche uses or simply lacking the huge publicity other currencies get.
Welcome to our monthly briefing, where we comment on the most important events in the cryptocurrency sector with a focus on Bitcoin, analyzing them, and speculating on their possible impact, as well as on what to expect in the long-term. We should begin by clarifying that our analysis is centered mostly on the prevailing sentiment …
This is the 10th installment in our ten-article series, dedicated to providing our readers with the theoretical background necessary for an understanding of the cryptocurrency space. Today, we will look at what is going on with Bitcoin – why its price has been dropping like a stone in the last two months. Is this a result of a change in its valuation or intrinsic value, or caused by non-economy-related factors?
In the last article, we talked about the imperfections of the bitcoin and blockchain technologies and looked at some of the myths. As promised, today we will talk about what should be done to fix those flaws and how blockchain technology has already been improved and made to work more efficiently.