Altcoins have become the most interesting market for cryptotraders over the last few years. This sky-high-risk market is commonly compared to penny stock, a traditional market for worthless stocks.
The new generation of cryptocurrencies based on DAG thrust its way: another example of such tokens is Byteball, a coin without blockchain or mining with fast and immutable transactions one may conceal or confirm with a third party at will. The Byteball team attempts to solve the problems faced by.
Bitcoin’s December rally caused some hype both in the cryptocommunity and in mainstream media, even though the latter has earlier repeatedly predicted its imminent death. The explanation is obvious: price increase upwards of 100 percent over 12 months is something any investor dreams of.
Editor’s note: It looks like The DAO is no longer with us. However, the future development of decentralized communities may again lead to a creation of new blockchain-based DAOs. In the article below the author shows the existing mechanisms for decentralized management in yet another popular blockchain-project called Dash.
Litecoin Association has published a roadmap for Litecoin’s further evolution, which includes, among other things, new client software, enhanced protocol, and consolidation of various management and communication structures. Historically, Litecoin has been the second most popular cryptocurrency after Bitcoin, and for a long while was the second most capitalized cryptocurrency.
Blockchain platform Waves has finalized its pre-sale of tokens, having raised 29,445 BTC over the course of the crowdsale. At current exchange rate, this amount equals to $15,754,793.
Dash transactions use two e-wallets with digital signatures ensuring security. Similar to Bitcoin’s, Dash’s transactions are public, and their history may be traced down to the first minted coins. Storing Dash is good if you’re a trader waiting for the price to go up. However, money is about spending. Let’s.
Two China-based manufacturers, DualMiner and Pinidea, announced they had developed first ASIC chips for mining of Dash. The ASICs generate enormous hash rate, so the network becomes less attack-prone. Dash’s founder Evan Duffield said that there’s no better technology to keep Dash’s network working. He noted that the only problem.