All posts by Steve Walters

Steve has been writing for the financial markets for the past 7 years and during that time has developed a growing passion for cryptocurrencies.

Ripple Paper Wallet

Setting up a Ripple Paper Wallet: Complete Beginners Guide

If you need a secure method for storing your Ripple coins I’ve got one of the easiest and most secure methods for you. And best of all is it’s free: A Ripple Paper Wallet Anyone who plans on holding Ripple...

/ June 18, 2018
CryptoTwitter Scams

Why is Twitter Struggling to Stop CryptoCurrency Scams?

For months now Twitter has been under fire for allowing cryptocurrency scams to flourish on its platform. Even though the company has admitted its aware of the problem, and has claimed to be working on a fix, nothing has changed...

/ June 16, 2018
Populous (PPT) Review

Populous (PPT) Review: Invoice Financing on the Blockchain

Populous is an interesting project that is taking on a little known sector of the small business world. The Populous platform is a peer-to-peer (P2P) blockchain project intended to make it easier and more efficient for small and medium enterprises...

/ June 13, 2018
Nebulas (NAS) Review

Review of Nebulas (NAS): Making the Internet Decentralised

Nebulas is a fairly new project, but it has been moving very quickly. The team behind the Nebulas project hopes to create a self-evolving blockchain that is incentive based for users and will provide a decentralized platform that provides search...

/ June 11, 2018
Microsoft and Gihtub for Crypto

Microsoft & Github: Must We Worry and How Should Crypto Adapt?

If you follow news about blockchain, coding and software development at all you probably already heard that Microsoft announced on Monday that they were purchasing GitHub, the world’s largest repository of open-source software, for $7.5 billion in stock. The deal...

/ June 8, 2018
Ethereum Mining Pools

Choosing the Best Ethereum Mining Pools: Beginners Guide

If you’ve decided to mine Ethereum before it switches to proof of stake you’ll need a few things to be successful. The first is obviously a strong Ethereum mining rig. Assuming you’ve already bought or built a rig for mining...

/ June 7, 2018
Iconomi (ICN) Review

Iconomi (ICN) Review: The Digital Asset Management Platform

Iconomi is something a bit different in the cryptocurrency and blockchain world. While it focuses on financials as do many crypto projects, it is unique in that it allows users to create their own digital asset array (DAA). Perhaps even...

/ June 4, 2018
Enjin Coin (ENJ) Review

Enjin Coin (ENJ) Review: Putting Gaming On The Blockchain

The Enjin Coin is an ERC-20 cryptocurrency that was created by Enjin to support their vision of putting gaming on the blockchain. Enjin already describes itself as the “largest gaming community platform online” and supports over 300,000 gaming communities, with...

/ May 30, 2018
Electrify Asia (ELEC) Review

Review of Electrify Asia (ELEC) – Everything You Need to Know

More than half of the world’s population is living in Asia and nearly half of those are connected to a central power grid for their electricity needs. This is a huge marketplace, and as countries increasingly liberalize their electricity markets...

/ May 28, 2018
Tax Implications Crypto Mining

The Tax Implications of Home Crypto Mining: How Does it Work?

While it seems many U.S. citizens haven’t been paying taxes on their Bitcoin mining activity, it is important for you to know that mining bitcoin is not exempt from taxes in the U.S. It doesn’t matter if you’re mining specifically...

/ May 25, 2018