Sunday, June 2, 2019

CryptoCurrency News: Bitcoin’s First Public Mining Pool Is Rebranding

The company behind Slush Pool, the first cryptocurrency mining pool to make its services publicly available, is rebranding. The Prague-based company Braiins is perhaps less well-known than Slush Pool, one of the largest bitcoin mining pools as it makes up more than 9 percent of the cryptocurrency’s hashrate today. Yet Braiins has been operating it […]

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CryptoCurrency News: Why Bitcoin’s ‘Culture War’ Matters

Michael J. Casey is the chairman of CoinDesk’s advisory board and a senior advisor for blockchain research at MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative. Let’s talk about bitcoin, toxicity and inclusiveness. (Boy, my Twitter feed is going to have fun over the next few days.) To start with, let me take a position: I stand with those […]

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CryptoCurrency News: Facebook Holds Talks With CFTC Over GlobalCoin Cryptocurrency: Report

Facebook has started discussion with the U.S. CFTC over potential regulatory issues over the social media giant's crypto stablecoin initiative.

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CryptoCurrency News: Can Bitcoin’s Lightning Network Power Payments in a Japanese Bar?

A bar in Japan is teaming up with a locally-based lightning startup to let customers pay using the experimental payments network.

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CryptoCurrency News: Maxwell, Wuille Co-Author Proposal for a Big Boost to Bitcoin’s Bandwidth

A new paper outlines a proposed protocol that seeks to boost the bandwidth for bitcoin nodes.

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