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- Financial Advisors Should Allocate Client Funds to Bitcoin, Executive Saysby Anatol Antonovici on 28/01/2020 at 01:00
The majority of financial advisors are “hesitant to invest client money in Bitcoin,” but they shouldn’t be, according to Ric Edelman, founder of Edelman Financial Engines. Advisors Should Invest Up to 2% of Client Funds in Bitcoin Financial advisors are especially popular in the West, where many novice and professional investors are looking for help to develop the best possible plans to generate returns or preserve value in the long-term. Bitcoin has been regarded asRead More […]
- LocalBitcoins Shuts Down Accounts in Problematic Countriesby Anatol Antonovici on 28/01/2020 at 00:00
LocalBitcoins, one of the oldest cryptocurrency exchanges out there, has reportedly begun to suspend accounts of long-term users without prior notifications. Some Users Cannot Access Bitcoin Funds Forbes reported on Saturday that users across at least three regions, including Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, had noted their accounts to be “deactivated.” LocalBitcoins users in countries like Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, and Nigeria received messages from the exchange […]
- Crypto Market Gains $17 Billion in 48 hours, Are Bulls Back?by Ricardo Martinez on 27/01/2020 at 23:00
The global crypto market cap has risen over $17 Billion USD in the last 48 hours, driving Bitcoin tantalizingly close to $9,000. Could this be an early indication that the bulls are back? Has the crypto market turned long-term bullish? In the last 48 hours, the overall crypto market cap has seen a stunning cash injection of over $17 billion USD. This could be an exciting early indicator that the pendulum of market sentiment hasRead More The post appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
Do CoinJoin Mixes Really Require Equal Transaction Amounts for Privacy? Part Two: Knapsackby Aaron van Wirdum on 27/01/2020 at 21:23
Knapsack mixing offers efficiency and privacy improvements over equal-amount bitcoin mixing. The post Do CoinJoin Mixes Really Require Equal Transaction Amounts for Privacy? Part Two: Knapsack appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- New York Tries to Ban Paying Bitcoin Ransomware Attackersby Ricardo Martinez on 27/01/2020 at 21:00
New York state senators have drafted two bills this month that propose a ban on paying ransomware attackers with tax-payers money. New York Refuses to Negotiate with Criminals In April of 2017, the National Security Agency (NSA) was hacked by an unidentified team of hackers who called themselves the Shadow Brokers. The Shadow Brokers were able to steal all the NSA’s top secret hacking tools, including zero-day exploits, and other tricks of the trade thatRead More The post appeared […]
- Bitcoin Lightning Torch #2 Has Been Stolen 4 Times Alreadyby Ricardo Martinez on 27/01/2020 at 20:00
The second iteration of the famous Bitcoin Lightning Torch has not been as successful as its first go-around last year. In just 8 days, the torch has already been stolen 4 times by dishonest participants. Your Bitcoin can easily be taken if you send it to a thief Bitcoin’s second Lightning Torch has been stolen 4 times by various pseudonymous Twitter members with an interest in Bitcoin. The Lightning Torch is a game where aRead More The post appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
- Why is Bitcoin Usability Still So Bad a Decade Later?by Martin Young on 27/01/2020 at 19:00
New technology takes time to filter down to the masses but even after ten years, bitcoin still remains largely user-unfriendly for most. There could be a number of reasons why. Over ten years after it was conceived, bitcoin is still primarily used as a vehicle for speculation rather than a decentralized peer-to-peer currency as was originally envisioned. There could be a number of reasons for this slow adoption curve and Longhash has been looking intoRead More The post appeared first on […]
- Tron CEO Gets Blasted For Kobe Bryant Postby Emilio Janus on 27/01/2020 at 16:00
Tron CEO, Justin Sun, has received a huge amount of public backlash on Twitter for seemingly plugging his 2020 crypto event in a tweet dedicated to Kobe Bryant. Death of Basketball Legend Following the tragic death of US basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year old daughter in a helicopter crash on Sunday, social media was understandably flooded with an outpouring of grief from those who knew and had been inspired by the star. BryantRead More The post appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
- Top Bitcoin Benefits Naysayers Need to Knowby Martin Young on 27/01/2020 at 15:00
Anyone dealing with bitcoin or even reading this will have at some stage had to explain it to someone with no knowledge. It is not always easy, but keeping these major benefits in mind may convince the cynics. Explaining the benefits of bitcoin can be a challenge as most people with little knowledge of it will be highly skeptical. The first thing they will doubt is how an entity without a physical presence can haveRead More The post appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
- Ripple’s XRP ‘Expected to See a Major Devaluation’: Boom Bust Anchorby Christine Vasileva on 27/01/2020 at 14:30
In a recent episode of Boom Bust, anchor Christy Ai, stated that we’re “expected to see a major devaluation” of Ripple’s XRP asset, following a discussion about the company’s IPO announcement. XRP is ‘Not Worth’ its Current Price Based on Ripple’s generation of financing over the years by selling actual XRP, the IPO may strike a blow against the value of the native cryptocurrency. Recent news commentary raised doubts whether $0.22 was fair value […]
Maintaining Transaction Privacy in the Age of Government Blockchain Analysisby Vlad Costea on 27/01/2020 at 13:00
Bitcoiners will have a harder time protecting their privacy The post Maintaining Transaction Privacy in the Age of Government Blockchain Analysis appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
How Payswap Can Confuse Blockchain Analysts, Benefiting Bitcoin Privacy for Allby Aaron van Wirdum on 23/01/2020 at 21:21
Payswap, from pseudonymous developer “ZmnSCPxj,” offers a simple-yet-effective trick to confuse blockchain analysis and obscure bitcoin transactions. The post How Payswap Can Confuse Blockchain Analysts, Benefiting Bitcoin Privacy for All appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
2019 Saw Most Exchange Attacks Ever, With Hackers Becoming More Savvyby Colin Harper on 22/01/2020 at 21:39
According to Chainalysis, 2019 saw a rise in cryptocurrency exchange attacks, with hackers getting better at dodging security and obscuring loot. The post 2019 Saw Most Exchange Attacks Ever, With Hackers Becoming More Savvy appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
The Fed Has Pumped $500 Billion Into the Repo Market. Where Does It End?by Colin Harper on 20/01/2020 at 13:00
In September 2019, the interest rate for the overnight money market surged to 10%. The post The Fed Has Pumped $500 Billion Into the Repo Market. Where Does It End? appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
Video: Reviewing the Billfodl Multishardby Michael Taiberg on 17/01/2020 at 19:52
The Billfodl Multishard is a two-of-three stainless steel recovery seed storage device that allows you to split your seed into three shards. The post Video: Reviewing the Billfodl Multishard appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- Review: HTC Exodus 1s, the Full Bitcoin Node Smartphoneby Vlad Costea on 17/01/2020 at 15:57
The HTC Exodus 1s is a pioneering device offering great value, but limits in its Bitcoin focus and full node capabilities leave room for improvement. The post Review: HTC Exodus 1s, the Full Bitcoin Node Smartphone appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
The Kindest Cut: Why the 2020 Bitcoin Halvening Is the Most Important Yetby Peter C. Earle on 16/01/2020 at 17:49
The Bitcoin halvening of 2020 may give bitcoin economically incontestable reasons to become a legitimately competitive store of value. The post The Kindest Cut: Why the 2020 Bitcoin Halvening Is the Most Important Yet appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
Remembering Tamás Blummer, Pioneering Bitcoin Developerby Peter Chawaga on 15/01/2020 at 22:22
Tamás Blummer, a Bitcoin developer since 2012 and founder of groundbreaking Bitcoin projects, reportedly passed away after a long fight with cancer. The post Remembering Tamás Blummer, Pioneering Bitcoin Developer appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
Bitcoin Researcher Drums Up Academic Interest in Erlay Protocolby Michael Folkson on 15/01/2020 at 15:57
Naumenko’s presentation on Erlay at ACM was a rare example of Bitcoin research being discussed at a conference not specifically related to blockchain tech. The post Bitcoin Researcher Drums Up Academic Interest in Erlay Protocol appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
Do CoinJoins Really Require Equal Transaction Amounts for Privacy? Part One: CashFusionby Aaron van Wirdum on 13/01/2020 at 18:47
A new mixing protocol called CashFusion challenges the assumption that CoinJoins require equal amounts for the mix to be effective. The post Do CoinJoins Really Require Equal Transaction Amounts for Privacy? Part One: CashFusion appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.