Grin, the community-led implementation of the MimbleWimble blockchain with a hint of the Harry Potter, has voted to fund its third paid team member, “Ignotus Peverell.” He will be funded for his work on Grin with a salary of roughly $10,000 per month.
Binance Coin, the star performer of the altcoins, has just pumped 20% – why? And is it about to overtake Tether and Bitcoin Cash in market capitalisation?
Grin is the community-led implementation of the MimbleWimble blockchain with a hint of the Harry Potter. The man (or woman) behind it recently conducted a Q&A covering topics from founding principles to choosing anonymity.
Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey has installed a Bitcoin Lightning Network full node he received from Casa.
According to new reports, a “significant amount of Ethereum (600,000+ ETH)” was transferred to Kraken, Bitfinex, Poloniex and it could be that these exchanges hold a large proportion of QuadrigaCX’s funds.
It has happened! The Ethereum Constantinople/St. Petersburg upgrade successfully completed at 19:52 UTC on the 28th February 2019. Here’s everything you need to know about the hard fork.
Grin is the community-led implementation of the Mimblewimble blockchain, a brand new cryptocurrency that boasts both privacy and scalability. However it’s notoriously difficult to mine – until now.
Crypto is in a bear market. So says pretty much every market commentator for the past few months and the 2018 November slump was a low point in a market that was already low. Is there any upside to this? For anyone?
According to the latest pricing data, at 18:04 UTC, Ethereum surpassed its three-month high, reaching the highest price since November 18th 2018 and rising over 50% in 16 days.
$320m CME trade just happened – the biggest ever. Bitcoin futures jump $500 – the bulls are back in town
On 18th February at around 01:00 UTC, somebody placed the biggest ever trade in the history of CME futures. Approximately 16,000 contracts were exchanged representing 80,000 BTC – or a notional value of around $320 million.
Mining hardware giant Bitmain lost about $500 million in the third quarter of 2018 due to the current bear market according to reports, potentially putting its planned IPO in jeopardy. The Beijing-based company recently provided an update on its financial results to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx), which is reviewing Bitmain’s application for an initial […]