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Sberbank Apologizes for Buying Nearly All Graphics Cards on the Russian Market

Mining Russia has been suffering from a shortage of graphics cards that can be used to mine cryptocurrencies, causing their prices to almost double. However, it was not ordinary households that purchased most of these cards. State-owned Sberbank has come forward, admitted to buying them, and apologized for causing the shortage. Also read: Bitcoin-Based Ethereum Rival […]

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PR: Serenity Financial Knows How to Choose an ICO

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. There is a boom of ICOs in the global market. […]

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Everything you wanted to know about bitcoin but were afraid to ask | Technology

The money has become too much to ignore and so bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are back in the news. You may have heard about Ethereum, a cryptocurrency that has risen in value by more than 2,500% over the course of 2017. Or maybe you’ve heard about one of the many smaller cryptocurrencies that raised hundreds of millions of […]

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OTN to Unify Blockchains and Provide Wallet for all Cryptocurrencies – The Merkle

With a trading volume of billions of dollars weekly and an exponentially-growing number of digital currencies, it is clear that the cryptocurrency market is actively developing and set for the stars. The Open Trading Network (OTN) is confident about the imminent mass-adoption of digital currency, and therefore wants to build its future infrastructure. Disclosure: This […]

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Ethereum Proposes ‘Guidelines’ To Stop ICO-Related Fraud

It looks like Ethereum’s developers and entrepreneurs have finally recognized the perils of being associated with the massively fraudulent ICO market. ICOs have exploded since the beginning of the year as companies equipped with little more than a white paper sketching out some grandiose (and often highly improbable) killer app that somehow incorporates a monetized […]

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Bitcoin’s Segwit2x hard fork was abandoned, sending the price almost to $7,900 — Quartz

Bitcoin hit a high of $7,879 today (Nov. 8), a new record high, minutes after one faction of the community that had been pushing for a hard fork, which would have doubled its transaction capacity, announced that it would abandon its effort. The chief executives of a number of prominent bitcoin companies, including Xapo, Bitmain, […]

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Science Is Central in Stanford (and the Politics Ignored)

Stanford University hosted the fourth edition of the Scaling Bitcoin conference over the weekend of November 4–5: “Scaling Bitcoin 2017: Scaling the Edge.” The annual conference, sometimes referred to as a “workshop,” has in its short history grown into somewhat of an institute within the Bitcoin space. It aims to be the main stage for […]

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LiveEdu – Powering Global Online Education with Blockchain Smart Contracts

LiveEdu.tv is launching an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). LiveEdu is building the next-generation online learning Lynda.com fully decentralized on the blockchain. They want to disrupt the $46 billion online education market with smart contracts. Unlike many ICOs they have neither product development risk nor team risk as they already have a working product and an […]

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Grayscale Investments Plans to Sell GBTC-Based Bitcoin Cash Reserves

Finance Just recently the sponsor of the Bitcoin Investment Trust (OTCQX: GBTC), Grayscale Investments, has announced its plans for the bitcoin cash (BCH) reserves the trust is currently holding. According to Grayscale, the BCH will be sold over time, and a remittance date for shareholder proceeds will be announced upon completion of the sales. Also […]

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The Large Numbers Effect: Cryptofunds Are Spreading

Bitcoinist.net · November 4, 2017 · 1:30 pm People have already made fortunes from crypto fever and cryptofunds, and many more will make money as well. But not everyone. The Cryptofund Lifeline Like any rapidly developing market, the cryptocurrency industry provides opportunities, but there are only a few who can really use them. A significant […]

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