As you’re probably aware we were hit with a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack which took some time to get under control.
You know you are doing something right when people want to silence you and will try anything to do so but this is prime example of why Bitcoin needs mature judgement. It’s impossible to build an industry or a business on a platform run by this kind of thinking.
Thank you to those on social media who help spread the word and apologies for not having our CoinGeek.com news site as well prepared as it should have been for one of these stress tests.
Thankfully we have a great group of techs working behind the scenes who worked through the night to get us back online.
Now that we’re back, please take some a moment to read a few of the great articles you might have missed while we were away.
Our founder Calvin Ayre put pen to paper to talk about Consensus: The Bitcoin Way and appeal to exchanges, payment processors and wallet developers.
Asia-facing cryptocurrency exchange BitAsiaEx is giving its users the opportunity to have their skin in the hash game ahead of the scheduled Bitcoin Cash (BCH) protocol upgrade on November 15.
Our resident stock market advisor offers his look at Bitmain’s upcoming IPO and the dangers of fighting an expensive hash war while trying to add value to the company.
Last week we announced the winner of the £5m Bitcoin BCH Tokenization winner. The winning group has just released the white paper for their winning solution.
Calvin Ayre has written his personal views on the hash war and offers his thoughts on how we can come together and best move forward for what’s best for the future of bitcoin BCH, the true original Bitcoin.
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