By Graham Smith For those long involved in the crypto space, it’s easy to forget just how overwhelming and mystifying the world of bitcoin was when first encountered as a fresh-faced neophyte, unable to tell the difference between a bitcoin and a blockchain, or even what a private key was. In that interest, it stands to examine 7 common myths surrounding the permissionless … [Read more...] about Tackling 7 Myths About Bitcoin for Beginners
By Kevin Helms The number of job vacancies in the crypto industry is growing but fewer people are searching for them, according to a major U.S. job listing website. Thousands of jobs relating to Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, and blockchain technology are currently available as new employers seek to enter the space and existing players expand operations. More Jobs, Fewer … [Read more...] about Crypto Jobs on the Rise, Thousands Listed
By Kai Sedgwick Choosing the right blockchain is a tough call for any development team. It’s a decision that entails correctly anticipating project requirements – scalability; speed; community; security – before a line of code has even been written. It’s no wonder that a project occasionally finds its first choice of blockchain isn’t ‘the one,’ forcing it to play the … [Read more...] about 4 Cryptocurrency Projects That Successfully Changed Blockchains
By Jamie Redman Every year the world seems to be getting crazier and more people are starting to realize that it stems from oppressive government transgressions against a peaceful society. The world has noticed millions of people from France, Hong Kong, Venezuela, Indonesia and more are rising up because citizens are sick and tired of the manipulation. Because of all the … [Read more...] about The Demand for Permissionless Freedom Is Just Getting Started
By Jeffrey A. Tucker The market capitalization of crypto is 300% higher now than it was two years ago this date. Among the biggest changes from two years ago is Bitcoin (BTC) dominance over the sector, down from 85% (January 2017) to circling around 50% today. This change is mostly traceable to the rise of specialized tokens filling various market needs, something very few … [Read more...] about Did You Write Your Bitcoin Obituary In Time?
By Michael Munger I hear a lot of people say they don’t understand blockchain technology or that the idea of “smart” contracts doesn’t make much sense. I’ll admit that the technical aspects of blockchain apps can be bewildering, but the fact is that you have been around smart contracts all your life. The difference is that until now smart contracts have mostly been physical … [Read more...] about Smart Contracts Are All Around You
By Jake Anderson In recent years, the tide of public opinion has slowly but surely turned against the intrusive actions of Big Tech companies. People are tired of corporations mining their personal information and censoring or manipulating their content online and, as a result, the biggest social networks, like Facebook and YouTube, are beginning to see a noticeable exodus … [Read more...] about 5 Social Networks to Use in 2019 Instead of Facebook