Home / 2018 / February (page 4)

Monthly Archives: February 2018

Bitcoin Is Back Over $10K, But Rally Looks Weak

Bitcoin is witnessing a minor corrective rally Friday, but the bulls may have a tough time regaining control, the technical charts suggest. CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Price Index (BPI) fell to $9,592.96 at 01:59 UTC – the lowest level for one week. As of writing, the BPI is seen a little higher at …

Read More »

The Crypto Miner Revolutionizing the Sector

The cryptocurrency space is on fire and everyone is looking to get a piece, but sifting through the madness can be a challenge. Cryptocurrencies have officially returned to a full-blown-frenzy. Everyone is trying to get a piece of the crypto-pie. Corporate coins, government coins, and even commodity coins are flooding …

Read More »

Venezuela May Limit New Crypto Exchange Launches

Venezuela’s government may move to restrict the number of cryptocurrency exchanges that will be able to operate domestically. According to a ten-page manual published last week as part of a set of releases related to the country’s newly-launched cryptocurrency, the Petro, as few as eight exchanges may be initially approved to operate …

Read More »

Cryptocurrency a Threat to its Own Services

JP Morgan’s CEO has been backpedaling on calling Bitcoin a fraud for months now but he has stuck to the line that no government (especially the US) will allow cryptocurrency to exist on a large scale. A new report shows though that JP Morgan is very aware of the ‘risk’ cryptocurrency …

Read More »

The Potentially Fatal Flaw of Open-Source Blockchain Protocols

The most important question to ask any decentralized blockchain protocol is: “How do you protect your protocol from ‘incumbent’ companies?” While many emerging protocols promise disintermediated commercial interactions between people, it is critical that these protocols are weary of corporate giants with FOMO. After all, most decentralized protocols are open-source …

Read More »