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Why Bitcoin makes for a better transaction

CAPE TOWN – Worldwide cryptocurrency, Bitcoin exploded on to the market. The soaring currency is expanding and becoming more adaptable to daily life. Take a look at why most people use the progressive cryptocurrency.  According to the biggest Bitcoin gambling site, FortuneJack, between November 2016 and November 2017, the cryptocurrency saw its market-cap increase by […]

Bitcoin transaction fees show cryptocurrency’s limits

The bitcoin rate spike, still alive despite bitter divisions in the community that supports the cryptocurrency, has laid bare the biggest problem with bitcoin: compared with fiat currencies, it’s painfully inconvenient and expensive to use as a means of payment. Bitcoin is set up to reward users for verifying transactions. Miners who package transactions into […]

Bitcoin’s High Transaction Fees Show Its Limits

The Bitcoin rate spike, still alive despite bitter divisions in the community that supports the cryptocurrency, has laid bare the biggest problem with Bitcoin: Compared with fiat currencies, it’s painfully inconvenient and expensive to use as a means of payment.  Bitcoin is set up to reward users for verifying transactions. Miners who package transactions into “blocks” receive […]

Mounting Bitcoin Transaction Fees Cause Uproar Once Again

It is that time of year again when the Bitcoin transaction fees are on the rise. We have seen this problem occur multiple times already. Right now, the median fee is $4.23, which is ridiculously high. It may even result in a new all-time high. Not the good kind, though, that much is certain. Rest […]

One Bitcoin Transaction Now Uses as Much Energy as Your House in a Week

Bitcoin’s incredible price run to break over $6,000 this year has sent its overall electricity consumption soaring, as people worldwide bring more energy-hungry computers online to mine the digital currency. An index from cryptocurrency analyst Alex de Vries, aka Digiconomist, estimates that with prices the way they are now, it would be profitable for Bitcoin […]

How to Read an Ethereum Transaction

Last updated on October 30th, 2017 at 08:01 am Although 99Bitcoins has been around for a while, it just occurred to me that we’ve never really covered the basics of Ethereum transactions even though we’ve discussed Ethereum itself. So this post is aimed at all of the Ethereum newbies out there: let’s understand how to […]

WandX enables P2P trade of Ethereum-based token baskets with a single transaction

WandX enables P2P trade of Ethereum-based token baskets with a single transaction “; $(“.ui-autocomplete”).append(“ “+footer+” “); } else { var no_result_found = “ CLICK HERE FOR MORE RESULTS “; response([{ label: no_result_found, val: -1}]); } } }); }, search: function(){ $(this).addClass(“header-search-autocomplete-loading”); $(“.ui-autocomplete”).remove(“li.autocomplete-response-text”); }, minLength: 1, select: function( event, ui ) { self.location = ui.item.link }, […]

This AirSwap ICO Investor Lost $80,000 on a Failed Transaction

Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. An investor lost more than $80,000 worth of ether while attempting to participate in the AirSwap ICO. The public AirSwap ICO kicked off on Tuesday following a successful presale that raised $20 million for the ConenSys-backed startup’s decentralized token exchange. During the […]

Ethereum’s Byzantium Testnet Verified Part of a Zcash Transaction

Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. As part of Ethereum’s Metropolis hard-fork, the second biggest cryptocurrency was set to improve anonymity. Byzantium, the first part of the long-awaited upgrade, recently went live on testnet and part of a Zcash transaction has been verified, bringing it all one step […]

Over 68% of All Ethereum Transaction Value Is “Mixed” by One Entity – The Merkle

The Ethereum ecosystem processes thousands of transactions every single hour. One would not necessarily think most of these transactions are “handled” by one centralized entity. New research by cyber•Fund reveals a very different reality, though. According to their findings, 65% of all ETH transactions are seemingly generated by temporary addresses, all of which seemingly belong to the […]

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