Glen Oaks Escrow Supports Crypto, Binance to Delist Four Altcoins

Exchanges In recent news pertaining to cryptocurrency exchanges, Glen Oaks Escrow has announced that it has partnered with Bitpay to support cryptocurrency payments and Binance has revealed that it will delist Bytecoin, Chatcoin Iconomi and Triggers next month. Etoro, meanwhile,

Over 60% of Top 100 Cryptocurrencies Have No Working Product, Study Claims

News Of the top 100 cryptocurrencies listed by market capitalization, only 36 are actually what the authors term “working products” in a study recently published online. Newer ecosystem website, Invest in Blockchain, commissioned the study. It’s sure to be debated,

Best Monero Mining Hardware for 2018

Last updated on April 12th, 2018 at 12:00 pm Why Mine Monero? Monero is one of the top privacy coins on the market. It currently resides in 10th place on the market cap list, and it has one of the

Privacy-Centric Coin XMR Splits Into Four Different Monero Protocols

Technology On April 6 the privacy-centric cryptocurrency monero (XMR) forked the protocol in order to make the digital asset’s mining ecosystem egalitarian. However, the hard fork has led to the birth of four monero-based blockchain branches all

10 Best & Worst Performing Altcoins of ‘Crypto Winter 2018’

Allen Scott · March 23, 2018 · 8:30 am While Bitcoin has once again showed the cryptocurrency space who’s boss during this year’s bear market, there are a few altcoin exceptions that have fared relatively well. Here are some of

Australian Cryptocurrency Exchange Blockbid Announces Beta Launch and Coin Listings with Fiat Trading Following Successful ICO

Bitcoinist.net · March 22, 2018 · 3:00 pm “The beta program commences on the 16th of April and includes free trading, top cryptocurrencies and fiat pairs. Following Beta, Blockbid will launch its live exchange, which will include additional features, more

One in Three Cryptocurrencies Is Currently Unspendable

Altcoins Cryptocurrencies are speculative instruments, their price predicated upon future prospects rather than current reality. As a consequence, many of them don’t qualify as outright currencies – at least not yet. While the likes of bitcoin, bitcoin