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.
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
What happens to cryptocurrency when the device its stored on gets destroyed? What happens when it runs out of room for wallets? Answers inside.
Ethereum is an alternative blockchain that bears many similarities but also many differences to Bitcoin. Learn what makes it stand out in this article!
Why do governments fear bitcoin's anonymity so much? And how did they manage to catch Silkroad's founder if Bitcoin is so anonymous? Let's find out.
Are hardware wallets more than just USB sticks that save private keys? If so, how? How do they work and what do they do? We'll try to explain in this post.
To send and receive cryptocurrency, you need a wallet. Here's what a wallet is, how it works, and how and where to get or not get one.
How unstoppable is Bitcoin? Is it unstoppable at all? What if the government declares it illegal tomorrow? Can we unblock the blocking if it happens?
This introductory post will explain everything about how the blockchain works, and the role it plays in the universe of cryptocurrency!
This introductory post will explain everything about what cryptocurrency is and isn't, from the history of money, to why we need to get rid of it.