As you probably heard, the BitConnect Ponzi scheme is finally up. Unfortunately, however, the news of it being a complete sham didn’t make it to some diehard fans in time for them to get out — or if it did, they didn’t want to hear it. Hence, the BitConnect subreddit has been filling up with
Coinbase has announced that Bitcoin Cash, the resulting forked blockchain of a Bitcoin governance dispute that come into existence earlier this year, is now available to buy, sell, send, and receive on its user-friendly primary exchange. Per the company’s Medium post on the matter: We’re excited to announce that customers will be able to buy,
Brave, the company behind a relatively new blockchain platform that’s run on an altcoin by the name of Basic Attention Token (BAT), has announced that it is giving away $1 million in Basic Attention Tokens in a new effort to spur adoption and use of the digital advertising solution.
Mark Cuban, famed billionaire investor and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, took to Twitter yesterday to confirm that fans would be able to buy Mavs tickets with Bitcoin starting “next season.” The next NBA season commences this fall, so we could see the ability to buy Mavs tickets with BTC before the end of the
Last January, we told you about a tweet from renowned American businessman and billionaire Mark Cuban. In the tweet, Cuban said that his NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks, would begin accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies “Next season.” The tweet has since been deleted.
Not surprisingly, BitConnect has decided to shut down its lending “services” after months of running what was effectively a Ponzi scheme. The company attributed its shutdown not to the fact that it was plainly unsustainable, but rather to bad press, cease and desist letters that originated from two US states, and DDoS attacks. We are
Sometimes when configuring your graphics cards for a GPU cryptocurrency mining rig, things can go awry. Maybe you installed a driver that’s making your mining software crash. Maybe you accidentally updated drivers to a newer version that — for one reason or another — gets a lower hashrate than you got before. Whatever the case
With Ethereum (ETH) being the second largest cryptocurrency, it’s no wonder that such a myriad of different wallet services have flooded the market. Among the most popular of these wallet services is MyEtherWallet.
With the explosive popularity of Monero over the past year, a myriad of different mining pools have charged into the scene. Unfortunately, navigating this jungle of pools has become increasingly difficult. Not to worry, we’ve got you covered! All of these pools have received positive mentions and have been vouched for by many enthusiastic members
Simple answer: Yes, but the speed at which your card wears will vary greatly depending on brand, clock speeds, undervolting, and other factors. In general, you shouldn’t expect your card to fail before its warranty is up, but on the off chance that it does, you’ll be lucky enough to get a free replacement. Generally speaking,
The age-old debate of build-or-buy is nothing new in the PC world. However, the popularity of mining has attracted many new investors and enthusiasts alike, each with varying degrees of technical expertise. As mining rigs operate quite differently compared to traditional systems, the question arises again. This article will cover the pros and cons of
Whether you are new to the cryptocurrency space or have been around for a while, the concept of a cryptocurrency wallet can be difficult to grasp. If you’re a crypto-veteran, chances are you’ve heard about several different types of cryptocurrency wallets. Understanding the differences between these wallets as well as which one to use can