Category Archives: N-Technology

New Player to Offer Next Generation ASIC Chips This Year

A new competitor is advancing on plans to enter the mining hardware market by the end of the year. Canadian company Squire Mining has raised almost $20 million to finance the design, development, and testing of a new ASIC chip and bitcoin mining rig. Squire also wants to set up its own crypto mining facilities.    Also read: Venezuela to

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Which Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet is Best for You?

The number of hardware wallets has proliferated with the number of cryptocurrencies in recent years. Today, consumers enjoy an unprecedented choice of hardware devices on which to store their bitcoin and altcoins, though market-leaders Ledger and Trezor still dominate. For anyone agonizing over the best device for their needs, the following models are worthy of consideration. Also read: Bitcoin’s Return to

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Wormhole Mainnet and Developers Guide Launched

There’s been a lot of activities taking place with the new project developed by Bitmain called Wormhole. The team of developers just recently launched the Wormhole mainnet where the public can see the list of coins and the generated Wormhole Cash (WHC). Meanwhile, Gabriel Cardona, the creator of the Bitcoin Cash development kit, Bitbox, released a whole guide for individuals and

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On-Chain BCH Used in a Submarine Swap for Off-Chain BTC

This week an individual revealed he had completed the first trustless swap by trading on-chain bitcoin cash (BCH) for off-chain bitcoin core (BTC) using Alex Bosworth’s submarine swap protocol. Also read: Illegal Activity No Longer Dominant Use of Bitcoin: DEA Agent On-Chain Bitcoin Cash Submarine Swapped for Off-Chain BTC The decentralized cryptocurrency bitcoin cash (BCH) was traded over the Lightning Network

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Apocalyptic Predictions About Privacy Coins Are Very Wide of the Mark

Bitcoin is a permissionless ledger. In plain English, that means you don’t need to ask anyone’s damn permission to use it. There are no terms and conditions to read, no checkbox to tick, and no forms to sign before you can send or receive bitcoin. But if some people had their way, pseudonymous cryptocurrencies, as well as anonymous coins like

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Bitmain Offers Wi-Fi Routers Mining Cryptocurrencies

Have you ever thought about mining cryptos while surfing the web without being a victim of some malware, of course? If so, Bitmain has an offer you might be interested in. The Chinese mining giant has just announced it’s offering a couple of Wi-Fi routers capable of minting digital coins while connecting you to the internet.  Also read: Opera Browser

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Opera Browser Opens Its Built-in Cryptocurrency Wallet to Desktop Users

Opera Ltd (NASDAQ: OPRA), the Norway-headquartered company behind the browser used by 322 million people, has decided to open up its desktop browser to its recently released mobile crypto wallet. The developers say this is due to the “overwhelmingly positive response of the crypto-community and users to the crypto wallet in Opera for Android.” Also Read: Opera Browser Introduces a

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Innosilicon’s T2-Turbo Bitcoin Miner is Powerful, But GMO’s B3 is Still the Champ

Bitcoin mining is a very competitive industry. It has grown exponentially over the last few years. During the last nine months, there’s been a bunch of new entrants joining the mining rig manufacturing business like GMO Group, Halong Mining, and Ebang. Now there’s a new firm that has partnered with Samsung’s semiconductor foundry called, Innosilicon, which has launched the Terminator

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Decentralized Apps Might Be the Future but They’re Not the Present

To their proponents, dapps – decentralized applications – are the future of internet. To their critics, they’re multi-million dollar sinkholes, with huge development costs, poor UI, and no users. Are dapps like Augur and IDEX early test cases for the web to come, or impractical experiments that are destined to fail? Also read: Bitcoin ATMs Now In The Thousands Around the

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Bitcoin Cash Powered Social Media Platform Memo Continues to Thrive

This past April, news.Bitcoin.com reported on a social media application powered by bitcoin cash transactions called Memo.cash. Since then the platform has grown in many ways with more users, features, and extensions. When the project first launched, a few weeks later a similar platform called Blockpress came out, but about a month ago the Blockpress founder abandoned the project leaving

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