Category: Analysis

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
CryptoCurrency Lawyers

CryptoCurrency Lawyers: Law on The Blockchain

Navigating the regulatory environment around cryptocurrencies has not been easy. Whether you’re a crypto trader making unprecedented capital gains, or a Blockchain company that’s just raised a $10million in your ICO, the rules around how to operate in this space...

/ June 12, 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
Crypto Airdrop SEC

CryptoCurrency Airdrops: Where Could The SEC Stand on Them?

We are all aware of the common practice in the cryptocurrency ecosystem called Airdrops. These are essentially free giveaways of coins that are “airdropped” on a group of cryptocurrency enthusiasts. It is the quickest way to distribute your coins in...

/ June 3, 2018
Marshall Islands SOV Token

Why The Marshall Islands is Tokenizing its Money Supply

On March 21st, a huge milestone was achieved in the fight to legitimize Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain technology. The Marshall Islands, a tiny nation in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, approved a bill to develop its own cryptocurrency called Sovereign...

/ May 26, 2018
Sports Betting Cryptocurrencies

Could Legalized US Sports Betting Drive Blockchain Adoption?

On May 14th, the Supreme Court struck down a federal law that required states to ban gambling on the outcome of sporting events. Previously the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act stated that sports’ gambling was legal on a federal level,...

/ May 16, 2018
Blockchain Trilemma

Solving the Blockchain Trilemma: Decentralization, Security & Scalability

Bitcoin and Ethereum are the most widely recognized projects of the blockchain movement, seeking to replace our current trading, financial and economic system with one that is more decentralized and secure. Millions have invested time and money into these networks...

/ May 16, 2018
Cryptocurrency Blackswan

A Crypto Black Swan Event: Ethereum Classified as a Security

Recently, there has been a lot of noise in the cryptocurrency markets about whether Ethereum is a security or not. This is indeed the perfect example of a “black swan” event. These are events that no one really expects and...

/ May 15, 2018
ZCash Ceremony Overview

What is the ZCash Ceremony? The Complete Beginners Guide

Cryptocurrencies are already steeped in unfathomable depths for some. The idea of a cryptographic currency just too deep to comprehend for some, and seeming like “magic” to others. To create even more mystery, the privacy focused coin Zcash was born...

/ May 11, 2018
Zcash ASIC

The Battle Against ASICs: Antminer Z9 Angers the Zcash Community

On May 3rd, Bitmain, the Bitcoin mining company behind ASIC (application-specific integrated circuit) chips, announced the release of a new Antminer Z9 mini, an ASIC miner capable of mining any crypto currency running the Equihash proof-of-work algorithm, particularly Zcash. This...

/ May 10, 2018