Blockchain 

Understanding the Difference Between Proof of Work and Proof of Stake

Many have heard of proof of work and proof of stake, but don’t necessarily know the difference. Why does this matter? Because the difference is huge—it’s the difference between competing in a drag race and being elected class president. Different blockchains use different consensus mechanisms to preserve order and keep things running smoothly. Proof of work is the original gangster of consensus, having driven the Bitcoin blockchain (and many others) since 2009. Proof of stake emerged in 2011 as an energy-friendly alternative for accomplishing the same task, and it just…

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Blockchain 

Is Bitcoin (BTC) a Recession Proof Like Gold? Here’s What Experts Think

It is quite clear that the global economy is currently in the doldrums due to a wide range of factors, and investors all over the world are currently at crossroads with regards to finding the best ways to protect their capital. When such a thing happens, then investors look for assets that could either protect their capital or act as a hedge against an economic recession. Plenty of analysts have stated that a global recession could be looming and the trade war between the United States and China, the world’s…

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Cryptocurrency 

Bitcoin SV Soars 80% | Wright Files “Proof” That He’s Nakamoto

The top ten cryptocurrencies are all in green boasting moderate gains. For example, Ethereum is up 2% and Bitcoin Cash up 4.38%. Leading coin by market value, Bitcoin, is 1.75% in the green, nearing $8,000 USD per coin—much to the excitement of the bulls. However, its hard to ignore the not-so-moderate gains that Bitcoin SV is sporting just outside the top ten. In eleventh place in terms of market cap, the hard-fork of a hard-fork is up a whopping 79.57%. The rise is attributed to Bitcoin SV’s founder, Craig Wright, and…

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Blockchain 

Proof of Capital | A New Blockchain Venture Fund Worth $50 Million

A new blockchain-focused venture capital fund called Proof of Capital has been established by a group of investors. The aim of the $50 million USD fund is to encourage further adoption of blockchain technology. Blockchain Venture Fund: Proof of Capital The new fund has been founded by three partners: Phil Chen, Chris McCann, and Edith Yeung. It will invest in early-stage startups that are involved in blockchain technology. The group has highlighted various areas of the blockchain ecosystem that it is looking to back, including remittances, custody, wallets, security, and…

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