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Conquer Ethereum with Capture the Ether, an Ethereum Hacking Game!

Capture the Ether is a Solidity game in which you go through challenges to learn about coding and hacking Solidity, as well as how to avoid common pitfalls

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Coinbase Insider Trading: Litecoin Edition

Charlie Lee bought a large amount of LTC, the coin he created by cloning BTC, when he talked his boss at Coinbase into adding it on the platform. Proof.

Wash Trading Bitcoin: How Bitfinex Benefits from Fraudulent Trading

Did you know Bitfinex explicitly allows wash trading? "So what?" you may be thinking. Well, WT allows volume pumping which pump price! Uh oh!

Meet Spoofy – Or How a Single Entity Manipulates the Price...

Spoofy is a single entity (trader or group of traders) on Bitfinex single-handedly pumping and dumping the price of Bitcoin. Here's proof.

Why Bitcoin Can Never Be Digital Gold

Many consider Bitcoin to be a type of digital gold - a store of value. In this post, we'll talk about why that's impossible in its current state.

The Curious Tale of Tethers

What are Tethers (USDT)? Where do they come from and do they have any other role than pure pumping of bitcoin's price? This and much more in this post.

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How does the Lightning Network work?

Find out how the Lightning Network works on examples. Can this technology truly help Bitcoin scale past the transaction throughput of Visa?

Peercoin Explained: The Proof of Stake Pioneer

Peercoin is one of the first Proof of Stake cryptocurrencies, avoiding the need for expensive mining rigs and infrastructure centralization. Get to know it!

Your First Ethereum Address: Learning to Use MyEtherWallet

Entering the cryptocurrency space can be daunting. In this piece we'll teach you how to generate your first Ethereum address and how to use MyEtherWallet!

What is MetaMask and How to Send and Receive Ether with it?

Let's explain MetaMask - a browser-based wallet for Ethereum that lets you interact with the Ethereum blockchain and its testnets from the browser!

What’s a Bitcoin Node? Mining vs. Validation?

Let's explain the concept of a bitcoin node! What's a validation node? What's a mining node? Why is there even a difference and what does it matter?

Cryptography for Mortals – Let’s Explain Public and Private Keys!

Cryptography is a complex field - or is it? Let's break it down and explain it in a way that'll make you understand what it's got to do with cryptocurrency.

An Introduction of Ubiq – an Enterprise-Aimed Fork of Ethereum

Introducing Ubiq: a fork of Ethereum aimed at the enterprise market due to its stability and carefulness in regards to implementation of Ethereum's upgrades

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