This weekly roundup is chock-full of exciting crypto news – from the bitcoin split to MalwareTech’s arrest to the latest in Ethereum developments!
Bitcoin mining takes up a great deal of electricity and energy, contributing substantially to environmental damage as the network grows at an exponential rate. A sustainable approach to mining benefits both miners and the environment. This is what OgNasty, founder of Nasty Mining, has set out to do.
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We must never forget that one of the most powerful aspects of freedom is freedom of speech itself. NEOS has been working hard to allow individuals to create their own websites, blogs and sources of information without censorship.
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Marcus Hutchins to be released on bail. Abusive treatment by the federal arm delivers a clear message: you’re not on an even playing field while on US soil.
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As the bolivar plunges to unimaginable lows, Venezuelans are turning to cryptocurrencies to keep their heads above the water
When the US government does get behind a blockchain initiative, the impact it will have will be tremendous. Thus, from this conference a glimpse of both immense destruction and creation on the horizon could be seen.
Is all the confusion around the new Bitcoin fork hurting your head? Looking for some guidance on how this whole saga is going to pan out? Is bitcoin cash going to go “to the moon”? Well, this piece might just make you more confused, because there’s a lot more than meets the eye when it comes to Bitcoin cash’s price spike.