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.

NavCoin Review

NavCoin (NAV) Review: The Project Trying to Simplify Crypto

Privacy coins are meant to be anonymous and simple to use, and that’s exactly what NavCoin claims to be. While there has been renewed interest in the NavCoin recently, it is actually quite an established project. It was launched in 2014...

/ October 30, 2018
Red Pulse Phoenix

Red Pulse Phoenix Review: Decentralized Research Platform

Red Pulse has been in the news quite a bit over the past few weeks. This past July the Red Pulse team unveiled its new Phoenix upgrade at a meeting in Seoul, South Korea. The Hong Kong based team created an...

/ October 29, 2018
MobileGO (MGO)

MobileGO (MGO) Review: The Mobile Gaming Blockchain

The growth of cryptocurrencies has created new groups of coins that are looking to overtake billion dollar global industries. One of those industries that is especially suitable for the widespread adoption of cryptocurrencies is the video gaming industry. So, it...

/ October 26, 2018
Most Expensive Things Bitcoin

Top 7 Most Expensive Items You Can Buy With Bitcoin

Bitcoin was created to be a transactional currency to be used to purchase things. As it gains more mainstream acceptance there have been a large number of things that have been added to the stable of items purchased with Bitcoin,...

/ October 25, 2018
Loki Coin Review

Loki Review: Private Transactions, Decentralised Communication

Loki is another privacy coin that has recently been attracting a fair bit of interest in crypto circles. This is a privacy conscious cryptocurrency that which joins a long list of similar coins that are trying to take advantage of...

/ October 23, 2018
Bluzelle Review

Review of Bluzelle (BLZ): A Decentralised Data Ecosystem

Bluzelle is a project that is trying to decentralize data storage by providing a secure and affordable alternative on the blockchain. Following in long line of other blockchain storage projects, they are trying to take on the likes of the...

/ October 22, 2018
Neo Name Service

Neo Name Service (NNS): Decentralised DNS on the Blockchain

How frustrating do you find it to have to go searching for your NEO wallet address anytime someone wants to send you some GAS? And what about the painstaking process of adding a script hash to your Neon wallet so...

/ October 19, 2018
Paxos Standard

Paxos Standard (PAX) Stablecoin – Secure & USD Collateralized

Just over a month ago on September 10, 2018 the New York based blockchain company Paxos announced the release of a new stablecoin called Paxos Standard, with the ticker symbol PAX. This is a fully USD-collateralized stablecoin that is being...

/ October 18, 2018
BitTube Review

Review of BitTube (TUBE): Everything You Need to Know

BitTube is a decentralized blockchain project that aims to replace YouTube with its ad-free cryptocurrency powered video platform. They are trying to give users an alternative that is censorship resistant and is not controlled by one large centralised organisation. BitTube...

/ October 16, 2018
Monacoin Mining Pool

Monacoin Mining Pools: Best Places to Mine MONA

So you are a miner and you are looking to increase your profitability? It may make sense to join a mining pool. Today I would like to look at the best Monacoin mining pools. Monacoin is the first Japanese cryptocurrency...

/ October 15, 2018