Many people give their IDs to ICOs without thinking, hunting for that next Bitcoin when invensting in tokens. But is that really smart? What are the implications?
Let's explore Bitcoin's 21 million limit, and discuss how realistic, useful, or practical it is. Spoiler alert: it has the potential to go bad fast.
A recent report indicates that blockchain can't help with voting and decentralized democracy. But is that really true?
Martin, our author on the ground in China, voices his opinion about China's bans, regulations, and possible upcoming problems. Tune in and discuss!
The cryptotag is the most robust seed phrase backup solution on the market - virtually indestructible but easily portable, it's the extreme in HODLing.
What's more profitable? Mining or investing in cryptocurrency? Let's discuss the types of mining, the potential profits, and the options on offer.
A personal experience-based opinion on Private Blockchains - when do they and when do they not make sense, what are the concerns they usually address?
An analysis of USDT Tethers and how they're being used by an exchange to wash trade and pump the value of Bitcoin past its realistic worth.
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.
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.
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