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PR: Bitcoin’s Roger Ver and Mate Tokay Join Naga Fintech Board of Advisors

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. The NAGA Group AG welcome Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver and […]

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Bitcoin cash (BCH) price could lead to bitcoin “death spiral” — Quartz

Bitcoin’s price fell over the weekend—while the price of an offshoot, bitcoin cash, soared. The rally in bitcoin cash was so bullish that it even briefly surpassed another cryptocurrency, ethereum, in total market value, at $29.9 billion. While the bitcoin and bitcoin cash price action is exciting, investors in either would do well to pay […]

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One Zcash Mining Pool Controls Over 51% of the Network Hashrate – The Merkle

Cryptocurrency’s mining aspect can be both a blessing and a curse. More specifically, we all know Bitcoin has a centralization problem when it comes to mining. Unfortunately, it seems Zcash has a similar problem right now, with one pool controlling over 50% of the network hashrate. It is unclear why miners aren’t switching over, as there are plenty […]

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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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Slushpool Overtakes AntPool to Become the Largest Bitcoin Mining Pool

Some interesting changes are happening in the world of Bitcoin mining pools. With the hashrate dropping in favor of BCH, rankings of pools are shaken up as well. Slushpool is now the biggest Bitcoin mining operation open to the public. They generate over 20% of all blocks, which puts them ahead of AntPool, An interesting […]

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Bitcoin Scalability Will Improve Dramatically With Rootstock and Lumino

After all of the drama regarding Bitcoin Cash, it is time to go over important things. While making money is great and all, we should also pay attention to technical changes coming to Bitcoin. Rootstock, the platform which will bring smart contracts to Bitcoin, will launch very soon. This new 2-way pegged sidechan and merging […]

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HydroMiner Approaches ICO Conclusion with Record-Setting Success

HydroMiner is the new benchmark for Austrian ICOs Green energy crypto mining startup HydroMiner continues to witness a high subscription to its ongoing H2O token sale, already breaking several records along the way with still more than two days remaining on its ICO. At the time of writing on 12 November, the HydroMiner ICO has […]

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How to Make Artificial Intelligence Technologies Available for Everyone?

Bitcoinist.net · November 12, 2017 · 3:11 pm At present, in order to get an access to the technology of artificial intelligence, you need to spend a lot of money. The decentralization of artificial intelligence will make it more accessible. Neuromation, which is in the pre-sale stage now, is currently engaged in such a project. […]

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