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Samsung Create Mining Rig From “Upcycled” Handsets

In a break from tradition, one of the planet’s leading tech-manufacturers are attempting to show that there’s life remaining in their products, even after most users have deemed them obsolete. At their recent developer’s conference, Samsung debuted a range of ways consumers could re-purpose their older devices. Known as the C-Lab, the team of visionaries […]

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Start Bitcoin Mining Safe and Sound with Poker-mining.com

“Rome wasn’t built in a day”, “The early bird catches the coin”, Experienced in Mining, these best describe this bitcoin mining site. As compared, mining with your own hardware versus mining with poker mining contract, advantages and disadvantages were seen. Expensive hardware with high shipping charges and potential custom cost are the first main reasons […]

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Bitcoin Cash Developers Set Date for November Hard Fork

The open-source developers behind bitcoin cash appear to be sticking to their word. Following a pledge in August to change the code as necessary to stay competitive, the developers behind the alternative bitcoin software took a step toward following through this week. In a post yesterday, developers behind one of the bitcoin cash clients revealed they will […]

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HydroMiner Halloween PROMO: 20% Bonus Total for Whoever Invest More Than 11 Ether Today!

Happy H2O’ween! It’s Halloween and it’s all treats for HydroMiners… Only on 31st of October (local time of Vienna, Austria), if you contribute at least 11 Ether to the currently ongoing token sale, you will get an extra 5% bonus. To claim the bonus, join the token sale at https://www.hydrominer.org/token-sale/ and contribute over 11 ETH; […]

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Understanding Segwit2x: Why Bitcoin’s Next Fork Might Not Mean Free Money

Bitcoin is gearing up for what could be the biggest (and least understood) change to its software to date. Often called simply a “digital currency,” bitcoin is best viewed as a protocol (a set of code) that delivers data (in this case bitcoins) in defined quantities (called blocks) that are then stored in a sequence […]

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Proving Ground? Ethereum Gears Up for Show of Force at Devcon Event

Ethereum is out to prove itself at its annual developer event, set to begin next Wednesday. Once arguably the most active corner of the booming cryptocurrency market, it’s safe to say enthusiasm for the project has cooled, if only by comparison. Despite meteoric growth that has seen the protocol rise to $29 billion in value, not […]

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Ethereum Casper Could See Light Much Sooner Than Expected

A highly anticipated update to the Ethereum network could be happening before schedule according to developers. The Casper update may be rolled out as early as the next hard-fork, Constantinople instead of previous plans for it to come with Serenity, the last development phase, in 2018. The hard forks are underlying changes to protocol creating […]

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What Is Bitcoinereum? – The Merkle

Everyone knows by now that any existing cryptocurrency can be re-issued as a digital token on the Ethereum blockchain. We have seen multiple projects bring Bitcoin to the Ethereum blockchain in the form of ERC20 tokens. Although the usefulness of such tokens remains to be determined, countless competitors have emerged in this space. Bitcoinereum, for example, […]

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“We’re Back”- China’s Largest Crypto Traders Are Relocating

How things change in crypto – in January 2017, before the crackdown by the authorities, China accounted for nearly 100% of bitcoin trading… In the “golden era” of Chinese crypto trading, mainland operators built up considerable expertise before they were forced out of business. Some of those operators of Chinese exchanges are setting up again […]

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