More Than 30% of BTC Traffic Stems from the Veriblock Project

Over the last few weeks, a blockchain project called Veriblock whose protocol piggybacks off the Bitcoin Core (BTC) network has sparked debate. More than a quarter of BTC’s transaction numbers stem from the Veriblock system and the project has been criticized

In the Daily: Liberstad Coin, Mining Contracts, Luxembourg Law

In this edition of The Daily, we look at Liberstad’s progress toward building a libertarian community in Norway. The city has just issued its own digital coin. Also, crypto mining contracts have been classified as securities in the Canadian province

Nvidia Mining Chip Sales Drop 30% in Q4 Amid ‘Post-Crypto Excess’

TheBitcoinNews.com: Nvidia managed to survive declining cryptocurrency mining chip demand to post total full-year revenue of $11.72 billion. The company forecasts an aggressive rebound for the 2020 fiscal year, but Wall Street analysts say such forecasts are overly optimistic given

MiningSky.io – A Canadian Based Cloud Mining Platform

TheMerkle.com: It’s been awhile since we talked about cloud mining, mostly due to the horrendous bear market. Over the past few months more and more people believe that it’s no longer profitable to mine Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. However, what

RSK Sidechain Is Now Secured by 45% of BTC’s Hashrate

TheBitcoinNews.com: On Feb. 14, the cryptocurrency infrastructure organization led by RSK Labs announced the one-year anniversary of the RSK network and highlighted several notable achievements. Over the last 12 months, the project’s merge mining has managed to gather 45 percent

Monero Plans To Fork For ASIC Resistance In March

Monero, the crypto market’s leading privacy coin, is apparently closing in on a new fork that will help the coin achieve resistance against specially-designed ASIC mining devices. According to a recent Reddit post, the update will occur in just four

Bitcoin instead of cannabis – The Bitcoin News

Australian police mistaken mining farm with growroom. The Adelaide police, Australia, mistakenly searched a man’s home for mistaking his Bitcoin mining farm for a cannabis greenhouse. While the owner now demands damages, the authorities seem overwhelmed. Some solar panels, surveillance