Top Ten Crypto Websites

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The internet is full of crypto sites. The moment you type ‘crypto’ into any search engine, hundreds, if not thousands of crypto sites show...

Stablecoins: What you need to know

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Stablecoins have been around for a long time since the advent of BitShares back in 2014. They’ve gotten more popular with the utilization of...

How Bitcoin Mining Works

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In traditional fiat money systems, governments simply print more money when they need to. But in bitcoin, money isn’t printed at all – it...

Why are there only 21 million Bitcoins?

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As we all know, the total amount of bitcoins to ever exist will be 21 million. In fact, it's 20,999. No one has ever...

SegWit transaction capacity increase compared to Bitcoin Cash

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Abstract: In September 2017, we wrote a piece on the SegWit capacity increase. Here, we provide an update on SegWit adoption with six more months of transaction...

What is the Difference Between a Blockchain and a Database?

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As stated in our guide "What is Blockchain Technology?", the difference between a traditional database and a blockchain begins with architecture, or how the technologies...

How to Set Up a Bitcoin Miner?

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There are three main categories of bitcoin mining hardware, each more expensive and more powerful than the last. This guide to setting up a...

What are Bitcoin Mining Pools?

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One of the first questions that anyone interested in mining cryptocurrencies faces is whether to mine solo or join a 'pool'. There are a multitude...

Is Bitcoin mining worth it?

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This is a simple question with a complex answer. There are a few different factors that influence whether or not Bitcoin mining will be...

The Inbound Capacity Problem in the Lightning Network

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In the last couple of weeks, many people in the Bitcoin community have been talking about inbound capacity in the Lightning Network....

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