Mining is an essential and fundamental method for integrating Bitcoins into the system and a process that ensures equality while ensuring a stable, safe and secure Bitcoin network. Since Bitcoin began, the primary purpose of mining has been to enable Bitcoin nodes to reach a secure, manipulative-resistant consensus.Read More »Is Miner Capitulation A Real Thing? Does This Affect Bitcoin’s Price?
What is Bitcoin Halving ?
Unlike fiat currencies that central banks can print at will, bitcoin’s supply is algorithmically limited. Only 21 million bitcoins will ever exist. By definition, this makes it, as opposed to an inflationary, a deflationary asset.Read More »What Is The Upcoming Bitcoin Halving Big Deal In 2020?
Bitcoin Leaves No One Indifferent
That’s obvious, but I think that pointing this out is important.Read More »The 4 Possible Bitcoin Scenarios In The Long Run
David Marcus, head of the Libra project at Facebook, doesn’t see Bitcoin as a currency form, saying it’s digital gold.Read More »Bitcoin Not a Currency According to Libra Lead from Facebook
The Bitcoin Rich List has grown over the past 12 months, or the number of addresses holding more than 1,000 BTC, possibly reflecting an influx of high-net worth investors.
According to data from Coin Metrics, the metric has recorded growth of 30% since September 2018. The figure shows a similar increase even when adjusted to exclude addresses known to belong to exchanges.Read More »The ‘Bitcoin Rich List’ Has Grown 30% in the Last Year, But Why?
Starbucks will be the first launch of the upcoming payment service for Bakkt cryptocurrency. This comes months after reports that the coffee chain accepted direct Bitcoin payments were turned on. Now it seems obvious that the company will soon start accepting Bitcoin payments through the merchant portal of Bakkt.Read More »Starbucks for the Cryptocurrency Payment Service of Bakkt until July 2020