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?
Chinese Bitcoin miners taking advantage of 16 Billion kWh power bonanza could lead to record high hash rate
While many countries in the Northern Hemisphere crank up the air conditioning and power costs surge during the summer, in China’s mountainous southwestern province from May to September, it’s the wet season and hydroelectric power plants have an excess of capacity.
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?
In the early hours of Monday morning, 24-hour cryptocurrency trading volumes hit $39 billion – the highest since 21st April 2018 when it hit $41 billion. But what does this mean?
John McAfee is not known for his modesty, or his lack of vision for Bitcoin. In July 2017 he said “I will eat my dick on national television” if Bitcoin didn’t reach $500k by July 2020..