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How to Boost Your Torrent Client Speed – The Guide For Users In-Depth

Posted on 10th July, 2019

Imagine the situation: you decided to download a large file from the torrent, added it to the client, and the download speed is negligible. Why does this happen if the number of siders exceeds several hundred? Let’s try to understand the situation, and at the same time, we will tell you some effective ways that […]

Neluns is the Next Generation Financial Ecosystem

Posted on 27th July, 2018

The Neluns team published the statement on the upcoming launch an ICO. It will be preceded the Pre-sale and Pre-ICO phases. The Neluns team vision focuses on building the new all in one financial ecosystem that will have the functionality of a bank, an insurance company and currency exchange.  All these modules will be seamlessly […]

Gameflip’s ICO Revolutionizes the Digital Goods Marketplace

Posted on 3rd December, 2017

Digital goods are the gaming industry’s trillion-dollar opportunity. Here’s why. Each year, the gaming industry generates more than $100 billion in revenue. Around 87% of that annual revenue—$94.4 billion—comes from the digital gaming industry. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Why? Because that digital gaming figure only includes publisher-purchased goods, not the ones […]

Interview with Nicholas Amato – CEO of 803 MINE

Posted on 16th October, 2017

Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed about your project and ICO. We will publish this interview as an article on the site. Please send an image of the person you would like the interview to be attributed to. BitcoinX: Thank you for taking the time to chat with us today. So, tell us who […]

Coinbase finally chimes in on BitLicense, calls it “redundant”

Posted on 10th September, 2014

As the deadline for public comment on the proposed New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) “BitLicense” rules approaches, some of bitcoin’s biggest players are finally making their opinions known. Circle, Xapo and the Bitcoin Foundation have all weighed in on the topic in the last two months, but the true giants of the bitcoin […] mining pool hits 45% of total hashrate, prompting fears of a 51% attack

Posted on 7th June, 2014

If there’s one major fear for the bitcoin community, it’s the dreaded possibility of a “51% attack”. If any particular mining pool gains the majority of the hashing power in the bitcoin network, it opens the door to a variety of malicious possibilities, including the reversal of transactions, double-spending of bitcoins and the creation of […]

The Bitcoin Hearings: An Entrepreneurial Outlook

Posted on 31st January, 2014

As a two-day forum on the cyber-currencies wrapped up in New York on Wednesday, the regulatory future of Bitcoin and other virtual currencies is becoming clearer, though still undecided. Yesterday’s post looked at the hearings from the perspective of regulators and government officials, but also represented at the hearings were businesses, entrepreneurs, and investors who […]

The Bitcoin Hearings: A Regulator’s Perspective

Posted on 30th January, 2014

In a municipal building not far from Wall Street, financial regulators, law enforcement, and industry entrepreneurs met this week to discuss the future of virtual currencies, with specific focus on the increased acceptance of Bitcoin. The hearing, which took place on Tuesday and Wednesday, was part of a fact-finding investigation that began last August, and […]

Bitcoin Exchange CEO Arrested

Posted on 29th January, 2014

In the latest development connected to the Silk Road case, U.S. officials have arrested the CEO of Bitcoin exchange, BitInstant. Charlie Shrem, co-founder and chief executive of BitInstant, was taken into custody in New York on Sunday and charged with money laundering, operating an unlicensed money transmitting business, and failing to report suspicious activity. Robert […]