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Ethereum Top 10K Addresses Audit Reveals Surprising Findings

Amidst all the great news coming from the Ethereum camp, prominent crypto analyst and fund manager Adam Cochran recently posted his findings on Twitter in a long thread, about a manually performed audit of the top 10,000 Ethereum addresses. The audit revealed surprising findings about distributions, profitability, market sentiment and whale activity. The article attempts […]

What Crypto Is (And Isn’t)

The first thing to note about the slide below, which comes from a recent Goldman Sachs presentation that got some crypto enthusiasts in a tizzy, is that all of the listed characteristics of Bitcoin are accurate. The second thing to note is that it’s just one slide inside a 45 page presentation that’s mostly about gold, and […]

Data Shows Ethereum Is Better Money Than Bitcoin

Ethereum is used as money far more often than Bitcoin, at least according to one new analysis of on-chain data. Analyzing the top 10,000 ETH addresses shows that Ethereum has significant transaction volume, compared to that of Bitcoin. 16% of the Ether in circulation has been actively used in the past 90 days, compared to […]

All You Need to Know About Bitcoin Cash’s First Block Reward Halving

Bitcoin’s third block reward halving is still 35 days away, but around 11:00 Eastern Time (or 15:00 UTC) on Wednesday (April 8), Bitcoin Cash will have its first block reward halving. According to data from CryptoCompare, in the past 7-day period, the price of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has gone from $218.48 to $273.44, i.e. up […]

Economist: BTC Needs Scaling to Have An ‘Impressive’ Price; Market Says That’s BCH, Not ETH

The price of Bitcoin is currently trading at $6,200, down 3.40% in the past 24 hours and almost -14% YTD. In October 2017, it was the first time that Bitcoin price jumped to $6k, after 8 years. But for economist Jeffrey A Tucker, Bitcoin at $6,000 isn’t impressive. He argued that scalability would have done […]

GitHub Is Burying Bitcoin Code Inside an Arctic Mountain to Ride Out the Next 1,000 Years

An icy mountain in Norway’s Svalbard – an all but inhabitable, Arctic archipelago covered in glaciers and inhabited by polar bears – is an unlikely safe haven for cryptocurrency code, let alone a pillar of modern-day civilization. But it’s here, 250 meters underground in a forsaken coal mine, that GitHub has chosen to store reams […]

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