Throughout history, we’ve seen credible industry experts voice their opinions about disruptive technologies, only to be proven wrong time and time again.
Two years ago, we announced our #ExploreBitcoin project which would aim to raise mainstream public awareness for bitcoin and the power of blockchain technology through creative public campaigns. Our campaign started with …
Hey Miners! Here’s our general service status update for September 2017! Please take a look to see what happened last month, the current status of our service and the plans for the future! …Read more
On August 1st, 2017 there is a proposal to fork the current Bitcoin protocol into a new protocol known as Bitcoin Cash. This means that after August 1st, 2017 there is a chance that there’s going to be two versions of the Bitcoin blockchain and two separate digital currencies. A hard fork successfully occurred just one year before for the Ethereum blockchain, which happened due to the DAO being hacked. A hard fork splits the current blockchain in to two blockchains, which was necessary rid Ethereum of vulnerability.