Author: Sharath

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Altcoins, Mining, Trading & more

Japan: 16 Arrested in Monero Cryptojacking Case, Local Media Report

On the 15th of June, 2018, a local news outlet, known as The Asahi Shimbun, had reported that 16 suspects who were involved in the ongoing criminal case on cryptojacking, were arrested by Japanese prosecutors from 10 different prefectures. What did the report say? According to the Asahi Shimbun’s report, the 16 individuals had installed…
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How to Scale Bitcoin? You’re Asking The Wrong Question

If you have already invested in cryptocurrency, then it’s more than obvious for you to be worried about all the downfall in the market cap of the past few weeks. And for those who were planning on investing in crypto but due to its market crash, they would be taking a step back. This is…
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EOS Blockchain Back Up and Running Again After Yesterday’s ‘Pause’

  On the 16th of June, 2018, EOS blockchain, was launched but soon faced some technical issues which made it to go offline immediately. But within 5 hours of fixing the bug, on the 17th of June, EOS came back online and resumed its operations. This news was in fact supported by the EOS network…
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Ethereum Cryptocurrency: Everything A Beginner Needs To Know

Bitcoin is considered as the king of cryptocurrencies but Ethereum is considered as the queen of cryptocurrencies. A person must have complete knowledge of his cryptocurrencies, especially the top ones in the current market. Hence, read further to know more about this interesting cryptocurrency – Ether and the blockchain platform – Ethereum. What exactly is…
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Ripple CEO Claims Bitcoin Is Under Control of Small Group of Miners from China

On June 12th, 2018, according to one of the financial news outlet – TheStreet.com had reported that the CEO of Ripple, Brad Garlinghouse, had made a statement saying, “Bitcoin is really controlled by China.” This particular statement was made by him at the 2018 Stifel Cross Sector Insight Conference, conducted at Boston. What did Brad say?…
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Ripple: Banks Unlikely to Apply Blockchain for Cross-Border Payments in Near Future

According to the reports by Reuters, on June 13th, 2018, David Schwartz, who is the chief in Ripple’s cryptography sector, made a statement claiming that the banks are unlikely to deploy the blockchain technology in order to process the international payments. He pointed out that the privacy problems as well as the low scalability as the…
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Michigan Introduces Bill to Prosecute Persons Who ‘Falsely Alter’ Data on Blockchain

On June 12th, 2018, according to the House Bills 6257 and 6258 submitted at the US legislative tracking service, Legiscan, modifying data on a blockchain is considered as a crime. This classification on both the bills were introduced by the Michigan state legislature. And both bills have currently been referred to the Committee on Law and Justice. What does the House…
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Bitcoin.org Redesign Goes Live, Removes References to Pro-SegWit2x Companies

The famous payment network – Bitcoin.org has managed to launch its new design for the website on the 13th of June, 2018. If you look at the website, then you would realize that the references and the links to its partners like Coinbase, Blockchain, and Bitpay have been removed. Discussions on the Reference Removal  The…
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Japanese Syndicate Wallet Hacked, $10 Million Reported Missing

On the 1st of June, 2018, many had gathered for the Shopin’s Token Generation Event. It had used a hot MyEtherWallet which was a storage wallet. The wallet contained a huge amount of different tokens, which included 61 million Shopin Tokens. This event among many, had also involved a Japanese Syndicate. In some time, after…
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Vitalik Is Being Cautious Of Online Voting Using Blockchain Technology

  On 6th of June, 2018, Vitalik Buterin, who is the co-founder of Ethereum and Bitcoin Magazine, tweeted on his official Twitter account about the effectiveness of the blockchain technology used in Online Voting. What was the issue? A recent news story broke out regarding the first state in the United States, West Virginia, which…
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