Monday, July 22, 2019

India rejects cryptocurrencies ban

Indian Finance Minister Rayja Sabha has indicated to the Parliament of India his stance against the ban on bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies through a letter that clarifies rumors that have spread about the possible prohibition of cryptocurrencies in the asian country.

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Monday, July 8, 2019

Are cryptocurrencies assets or currencies?

The original concept proposed by Satoshi Nakamoto is that Bitcoin is a new model of P2P (peer to peer) payment, where the users connect directly without the need of a centralized entity or bank to do the transactions, and the use of cryptography as a way to guarantee the veracity and security of the transaction. The concept was expanded to the acceptance of people and has worked as a novel model of electronic payments, without the need for cash and preserving the privacy of those who make transactions.

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Friday, July 5, 2019

Bitcoin network consumes more electricity than all Kuwait

Bitcoin network is an enemy of electricity consumption and its effects are beginning to be seen worldwide. Currently, the global consumption of the Bitcoin network is 60.45 TWh, information taken by real time of the University of Cambridge. Consumption that exceeds the total consumption of all Switzerland and Kuwait individually.

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Monday, July 1, 2019

Bitcoin and Ethereum, are they really brothers?

With the rise of virtual assets, users trades their cryptocurrencies between them in an indistinguished way, however, deep down there is much to talk about. Being the Bitcoin the first developed cryptocurrency and the Ether the second most used cryptocurrency, it is worth making an analysis of the operation of both.

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