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Why Bitcoin Is Gaining Mainstream Adoption

When Satoshi Nakamoto anonymously penned the codebase for the Bitcoin blockchain network, he/she may have only held small aspirations. Bitcoin had, after all, been created in response to the global financial crisis that nascently formed by the time Bitcoin went live in 2009. For Satoshi, Bitcoin was something akin to a weapon aimed directly at…

Will Regulation Be Good for the Crypto Market?

Will Regulations Kill Crypto?

Regulation is the Achilles heel of the cryptocurrency industry. It isn’t an easy topic to discuss, either, since creating rules around crypto goes against the principles of many cypherpunks and idealists. Having governments and tax agencies come between users and the cryptocurrencies they hold in relative pseudonymity isn’t exactly an appealing concept and is certainly…

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Why the IEO Is Crypto’s Next Big Thing

Bitcoin came to us in 2009 after Nakamoto released its whitepaper in 2008. After trading in every direction for several years, BTC finally picked up steam as the ecosystem surrounding cryptocurrency grew sizeably in 2014. Litecoin, Ripple, and other now-forgotten coins like Namecoin came online, and by 2017, blockchain was in full effect. In early…

Will the halving make Bitcoin more valuable?

The Bitcoin Halving Explained

These days, every cryptocurrency commentator has an opinion about what will drive the next renaissance of bitcoin value. Some of the most commonly cited sources for the incoming bullrun are institutional funds, the collapse of central bank backed fiat currencies, a shift away from precious metals like gold, and bitcoin as a store of value.…

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Is Bitcoin Anonymous? Anonymity and Cryptocurrency Explained

Have you ever wondered which cryptocurrencies are anonymous and which aren’t? Maybe you’ve never thought it over, or perhaps you think Bitcoin is anonymous because your BTC wallet doesn’t carry your name and physical address with it. Unfortunately, Bitcoin is not anonymous and neither are the majority of cryptocurrencies. If you’ve never considered the questioimmediatelyimmediatelyn…

whats P2P lending?

A Comprehensive Guide into Crowd Lending

Remember the global financial meltdown of 2008? The collapse of the global financial system when the banks were not lending to anyone. People need to borrow and this opened up the door for people to seek alternatives. This birthed CrowdLending, the free market saw the need and an opportunity. This marked the beginning of peer…