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Many EOS Block Producers Are Underwater With Price Below $3

The tumbling market has caused an upheaval in the top market cap positions. EOS, for example, has surpassed both Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Litecoin (LTC) in terms of market capitalization. But despite being the 5th largest cryptocurrency, its network might

Cypherpunk Godfather Timothy May Was Lightyears Ahead of His Time

News The crypto world has been mourning the passing of Timothy C. May at the age of 67. While an unknown entity to the general public, to early internet adopters, cypherpunks, libertarians, and cryptography evangelists, May’s writings remain hallowed. The

Crypto Schisms and Fork Psychology

Op-Ed Forking within the crypto ecosystem is often controversial subject. Many crypto-enthusiasts loathe it, taking particular exception to the so-called “contentious hard fork.” They believe hard-forking damages a cryptocurrency, and say it should be avoided at all costs. They also believe forking

Executive Blockchain Advisor – Bitcoinist.com

It’s been one year now since bitcoin achieved an outstanding all-time high of $20,155 per coin and today it seems we’re testing new lows of $3,122, a total drop of 84.5%.  This massive slide in value may seem unprecedented but in

How to Spend and Give Bitcoin Cash Over the Holidays

Economy & Regulation It’s the season of giving and many Bitcoin Cash (BCH) advocates will be spending some of their coins on gifts for family and friends this year. With the holidays approaching, we take a look at some of

How Crypto Miners Are Adapting to Survive the Bear Market

Mining In the current crypto bear market, miners have been battered due to the depreciation of digital assets, leaving many operations struggling to generate profit. In some cases, miners have been forced to exit the business altogether. In their absence,