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Bitcoin Moves Closer to a Safe-haven Asset in 2017?

Apr 24, 2017

Cindy23

In the first quarter of 2017, the total market of cryptocurrencies added nearly$7 billion in value. As the chart shows, top 14 most valuable currencies based on market cap saw dramatic price gains but Litecoin. (Litecoin price dropped by 6.9% in the first three months of 2017, but it ris...

In All, Remember Why Bitcoin Is Gaining Long-Term Value

Apr 24, 2017

Olusegun Ogundeji

Despite the differences, and arguments, as well as the dips and highs, the price of one Bitcoin has not remain the same since last year. It has more than doubled and keeps rising, albeit slowly, as it corrects. As a result, more people in several sectors have been monitoring progress in the Bit...

Litecoin Global Roundtable Resolution 001 (2017)

Apr 22, 2017

8BTCNews

1. This Global LTC Roundtable Meeting is established to remove misunderstandings and promote industrial consensus. Participating members agree to abide by the results of the vote. 2. We agree that protocol upgrade should be made under community consensus, and should not be unilateral actio...

Bitcoin Is not Ideal: Inherent Risks of Bitcoin

Apr 21, 2017

Cindy23

Three years ago or two years ago, if you asked me what Bitcoin is, I’d tell you it is the future of money. It is managed by the network, not by the government. Plus, it is private, anonymous and fast. It’s just perfect! Bitcoin is proved very successful. Since its inception in 2009, Bi...

How regulation help decentralize bitcoin OTC in China

Apr 21, 2017

ShiLiang Huang

0.Introduction At the beginning of this year, the government in China was tightening Bitcoin trading rules. All Bitcoin exchanges in China have stopped processing Bitcoin withdrawals. Everyone are very pessimistic. But two months later, Bitcoin wasn't taken down. Instead it gets a...

How Bitcoin Miners Could Lose Revenue In An Attack

Apr 20, 2017

Olusegun Ogundeji

Internet routing attacks (such as BGP hijacks) and malicious Internet Service Providers (ISP) can reduce miners’ revenue and expose their networks to double spending, a study that argues for encrypting Bitcoin traffic or traffic exchanged among miners has shown. Put together by Mari...