Crypto Meets Techno and Binance Security Breach in the Weekly Update From Bitcoin.com
May13

Crypto Meets Techno and Binance Security Breach in the Weekly Update From Bitcoin.com

Crypto meets techno with BCH-inspired music and discussion of the aftermath of the Binance security breach. In addition to learning about the latest developments, the winners of the latest giveaway will be revealed in this week’s video update on Bitcoin.com’s Youtube channel. Also Read: Why Cryptocurrency Investors Are Renouncing Their US Citizenship Crypto Meets Techno in Bitcoin.com’s Weekly Update This...

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Schnorr Signatures Are Coming to Bitcoin Cash – Here’s What You Should Know
May13

Schnorr Signatures Are Coming to Bitcoin Cash – Here’s What You Should Know

On Wednesday, May 15, the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network will be upgraded to incorporate the highly anticipated Schnorr signature algorithm, a digital signature scheme widely known for its simplicity. Also read: Bitcoin History Part 12: When No One Wanted Your BTC Schnorr Sigs Are Coming Next week, the Bitcoin Cash blockchain will be upgraded by adding two specific elements to the network’s underlying mechanics — Schnorr...

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Track Rising Crypto Prices With Cryptowat.ch
May13

Track Rising Crypto Prices With Cryptowat.ch

Cryptocurrency markets are booming this weekend and traders need adequate and timely information about prices and trends. Cryptowat.ch is an online platform that provides real-time market data and it’s highly customizable to suit the needs of different investors. Also read: Decryptionary Helps New Investors Understand Crypto Terms Online Platform Offers Real-Time Crypto Data and Charts The website provides both numbers and...

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Bitcoin History Part 12: When No One Wanted Your BTC
May13

Bitcoin History Part 12: When No One Wanted Your BTC

Today, bitcoin is so precious that its hodlers are prone to locking their keys away inside nuclear bunkers, bank vaults, and military grade hardware wallets. But things weren’t always that way. Back in the early days, bitcoin was deemed so undesirable that you would have struggled to give it away, while exchanging it for fiat currency was out of the question. Also read: Bitcoin History Part 11: The First Major Loss of Coins One...

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Google “De-Indexes 832 Pirate Sites” From Australia Search Results
May13

Google “De-Indexes 832 Pirate Sites” From Australia Search Results

Section 115a of Australia’s Copyright Act allows copyright holders to apply for court injunctions that compel local ISPs to block subscribers from accessing ‘pirate’ sites. Since it became active in 2015, the legislation has been used a number of times to block large numbers of mainly torrent and streaming platforms. However, such sites are often quick to adapt, deploying alternative domains, mirrors and proxies to...

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