Archive for June, 2016

Bitcoin Core contributor, Peter Todd, was recently interviewed on Bitcoin Uncensored by co-hosts Chris DeRose and Joshua Unseth. Ethereum, The DAO, private blockchains and many other topics were discussed but DeRose turned the conversation toward an often-discussed concept (at least on Bitcoin Uncensored) near the end of the show: The idea that governments essentially subsidize […]

Jun 30, 2016

|

by: admin

|

Tags: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Ethereum, Regulation

|

Categories: Crypto Currency, Government

Earlier this month, a majority of citizens in the United Kingdom voted to exit the European Union. This departure, known as ‘Brexit,’ caused a temporary global market collapse, and prompted US billionaire George Soros to warn that a collapse of the European Union is ‘practically irreversible’ at this point. During the polling leading up to […]

In their three-year-long quest to offer a Bitcoin ETF, twin brothers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss made several amendments to their regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday. After initially deciding to list the proposed Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust (which would go by the ticker symbol COIN) on Nasdaq, they’ve switched to BATS Global Markets, […]

Jun 30, 2016

|

by: admin

|

Tags: Bitcoin, ETF, Nasdaq

|

Categories: Crypto Currency, Government

A new research report by banking giant Citi asserts that it does not view bitcoin and other digital currencies as a disruptive threat to banks, credit card networks or traditional remittance providers, but rather as a potential complement to existing services. Published today, the 56-page report argues bitcoin and digital currencies are better equipped to […]

Jun 30, 2016

|

by: admin

|

Tags: Bitcoin, Blockchain

|

Categories: Corporate, Crypto Currency

On Wednesday, the Bitcoin community went into a tizzy over BIP 75 (BIP stands for Bitcoin Improvement Proposal ), which is, in short, a layer-2 protocol for improving the user friendliness of Bitcoin payments. The community, especially on Reddit, is concerned that the option to identify oneself to the sender or receiver of a payment […]

Jun 30, 2016

|

by: admin

|

Tags: Bitcoin, Money

|

Categories: Crypto Currency

From the theft of $230,000 from ShapeShift to the DAO hack, large amounts of cryptocurrency can be stolen through security breaches if the owner does not take the necessary safety precautions. Of particular vulnerability are mobile devices, which can be subject to a host of attacks through apps that are spyware in disguise. CoinTelegraph interviewed […]

Jun 30, 2016

|

by: admin

|

Tags: Bitcoin

|

Categories: Crypto Currency, Data Privacy, Economy

0
32
color
https://troyozbits.com/wp-content/themes/Carbon/
https://troyozbits.com/
#c1c1c1
style5
scrollauto
Loading posts...
/var/www/html/troyozbits.com/public_html/
#
on
none
loading
#
Sort Gallery
on
yes
yes
off
Enter your email here
on
off