• Do the police and government have the right to seize your cryptocurrencies, when there supposed to be decentralized? — Part 1

    Regardless of whether you believe this practice is right, it is fact that governments and authorities who confiscate crypto holdings are also actually profiting from them. Not only could this practice be unlawful, but is also a definite double standard, when paired with the fact that, until the surge of 2017, cryptocurrencies were thought of […]
  • Lessons crypto investors can learn from the .com crash

    2018 hasn’t been a great year for crypto traders. Crypto trading is way down. The crypto market cap is down 75% from its peak. The Blockchain Transparency Institute has claimed that $6 billion US dollars in daily trading is spoofed or otherwise fraudulent. An estimated 80% of ICOs are scams and less than 1% have […]
  • Why do crypto prices follow bitcoin?

    At the time of writing this article the entire crypto industry is tanking. Many people with vested interests in crypto succeeding and failing have produced various articles proclaiming that they understand the reasons behind the market movements. This writer cannot with confidence, tell you! If I knew I would be very rich. This article does […]
  • What you need to know about the Bitcoin Halving

    When the elusive Satoshi Nakamoto came up with the concept of Bitcoin and mining rewards he decided to build into his idea an ever-decreasing reward system. As the network matures and (hopefully) the price of Bitcoin increases, the rewards for mining decrease. The act of decreasing the reward by 50% is known as a halving […]
  • What is Holochain?

    At the time of writing, one coin that has managed to weather the storm of the crypto bear market is HOT. At the time of writing it is being rumoured that the Holochain team have been in talks with the Mozilla foundation regarding collaborating on a project that could lead to a truly decentralized web. […]
  • The Crypto Glossary

    51% Attack When more than half of the computing power of a cryptocurrency network is controlled by a single entity or group, this entity or group may issue conflicting transactions to harm the network, should they have the malicious intent to do so. Address Cryptocurrency addresses are used to send or receive transactions on the […]
  • How Alt-Tech has embraced crypto

    Facebook, Twitter, Apple and Google are the tech-oligarchs that today dominate our commerce and culture. They have recently stepped up their efforts to censor, demonetise and shadow-ban those who use their platforms to spread controversial views. They shape our view of the world whilst at the same time are accumulating capital at a rate, that […]
  • Blockchain and the automotive industry

    The automotive industry is cutthroat and manufacturers are always seeking ways to embrace new technologies to improve their value proposition and make efficiency savings. From the production line to car phones the car industry always seems to be at the forefront of innovation. So, it is not surprising to hear that potentially disruptive blockchain technology […]
  • RecordGram strikes the right chord with Tune!

    Founded by Eric Mendelson, Winston Thomas and Shawn Mims RecordGram is establishing itself as a decentralized mobile application that truly democratizes music collaboration and talent discovery. Tune the cryptocurrency created by RecordGram’s primary mission is to solve digital songwriter rights and royalty transparency issues for the music industry. Currently the music business has plenty of […]
  • LQDEX Platform Supports Trading Digital Assets Across Multiple Blockchains

    LQDEX (pronounced “liquid-ex”) is an inter-blockchain digital asset exchange. It allows trading of digital tokens across multiple blockchains without counterparty risk. The system does not use atomic swaps and does not require modifications to existing blockchains. It runs on its own high-speed POS blockchain without miner fees. LQDEX will offer a seamless user interface, making […]
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