If activated, the change would ripple out to the rest of the ecosystem of wallets and software projects, and users on the network could begin to take advantage of the update.
On the other hand, oth... Read More
With 135 megawatts of power consumption, Bitmain’s Bitcoin mining data center will be one of the world’s largest facilities, in terms of power generation. Thus, Wu and his team aims to utilize... Read More
Many developers decided to migrate to competing mining pools as they seem to believe that ViaBTC is attempting to stall the implementation and adoption of segregated witness, a Bitcoin Core scaling... Read More
In a chat with CoinTelegraph, Bitmain’s Nishant Sharma says the pool has been launched now despite the halving having cut the block rewards in half because the mining community remains strong and is... Read More
The statement of ViaBTC on social media immediately gained massive exposure in online Bitcoin communities, as many Bitcoin users responded positively to the group’s intentions to work with Bitcoin... Read More
Cloud Services and Cryptocurrency Mining Malware
In the past few years, the definition of IT infrastructure has changed from self-hosted servers and data centers to cloud computing and virtual machines. The cloud services became popular mainly
New Bitcoin Core Software Makes SegWit Optional for Miners
A new software update has been published by the Bitcoin Core open-source development community.
Released on Saturday, version 0.14.1 largely builds on the group's March 0.14.0 release, incorporatin
Brexit Effect? Where Bitcoin Stands As Macron, Le Pen Advance in French Election
Figures from Sunday, April 23 first round of voting narrowed the competing candidates to be the next French president to just two: Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. This means that France’s next
Suddenly, Europe is Starting to Become Bitcoin Haven
Countries like France, Germany and the UK have already established regulatory frameworks for Bitcoin companies, users and traders. Other European countries have offered their unique regulatory