Social media is evolving, shifting from a parasitic business model where third parties sell data that isn’t even theirs, to one where users have more choices—and more control.
The first in a weekly column, A Power of Facing sets the tone for what to expect while examining what happens to a community when it discovers cryptocurrency by way of a Bitcoin ATM.
Dead Coins listed over 800 crypto tokens that were either extinct or now worth less than a cent, which, when combined with the failures of BTC, painted a bleak picture for initial coin offerings and token sales.
Breaking the chain of digital signatures is actually removing an integrity check in the Bitcoin ledger, according to developer Jonald Fyookball.
SpaceBelt, a global satellite network for securing highly sensitive data in space, aims to build the information ultra-highway and eradicate hacking threats by taking data storage up into a terrain completely untested by today’s hackers.
It has been over four months since the wildly hyped (and ridiculed) Petro ICO. And the token has been suffering one rejection after another.
Recently, there have been two main terms being thrown around that are slowly seeping into the blockchain industry: edge computing and fog computing.
Canada becomes only the second country (after Uruguay) to legalize recreational marijuana use, ending nearly a century of nonsensical prohibition.
Cryptocurrencies and ICOs have been at the forefront of discussions over the past few months, but the discussions have been overshadowed by a number of myths and hearsay about their regulatory status, especially in the United States.
To this day, a very large part of the Bitcoin community is still unaware of the extremes that Core affiliates have undertaken to establish totalitarian rule over BTC.
The rise of cryptocurrency in 2018 warrants it the “word of the year” even if the connotation of the word is a bit...cryptic.