There is a connection between (online) gaming and cryptocurrency. We have seen Bitcoin and a handful of altcoins trying to establish a presence in the online gambling and e-sports world, and other coins make their very own games for the community. A full-fledged MMOFPS/RPG game using Unreal Engine 4 is something entirely different though, and that is exactly what Element Coin will be offering to the cryptocurrency community.
A lot of crypto enthusiasts have always wondered what it would be like when one of the mining hardware manufacturers would come up with their very own digital currency. Cleverhash Technologies is doing exactly that, by introducing the cryptocurrency world to HASH, a cryptographic token backed by real world value.
As I mentioned in yesterday’s Cleverhash article, we are taking a look at the other side of the medallion today. Which hardware are they actually selling, what can be found in the actual documentation (whitepaper, terms and conditions, purchase agreement) and what is this thing called “Satoshi’s Cloud”?
Bitstars.net announced today that its players will have the possibility to deposit and play with the Euro currency as well as the already existing bitcoin crypto currency.
November 17th, 2014: Pandacoin (PND) released a major update today to their ‘Crypto-Banking’ wallet – PandaBank, making it the world’s first cryptocurrency main storage client with the ability to switch to a lightweight version of the client, ‘PandaBank Lite’. Pandacoin’s main wallet mode is now called ‘PandaBank Hybrid’, integrated with ‘Instant Sync Technology’ (IST) and ‘Rapid Blockchain Download’ (RBD); allowing their new users to immediately synchronize with the blockchain and utilize their Pandacoins right after installation of the client, and reducing the time to download the entire blockchain from 4 to 24 hours, down to 5 to 15 minutes.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – The Sync Foundation reported the sale of one of its domain names in a private transaction today, a first for the organization which backs a cryptocurrency called Sync Coin with these domain assets.
Exclusive coin is a true - based on Bitcoins idea with few tweaks - cryptocurrency for the new crypto economy that is currently emerging in the world. Born out of the frustration felt by its developer Kingscrown when witnessing the rise and fall of countless other currencies. Developer wanted to show the world that such cryptocurrencies can indeed succeed, and would not succumb to the same problems others did. In order to achieve this Exclusive coin was ingeniously designed to resists the effects of the various dangers that exist for newborn cryptocurrencies before they grow and mature.
Android wallets for altcoins are nothing new under the sun, yet not all of them works as smooth as one would like. Having tested several different altcoin Android wallets over the past fe months, only a handful seem to be working the way I would want them to. Energycoin have released their Android wallet yesterday, so let’s take a look at how it holds up!
When it comes to the world of digital currencies and altcoins, multipools are becoming the new standard for Proof-of-Stake coins these days. By creating buy pressure on exchanges for the PoS coin, miners are incentivized to keep mining at the multipool in order to drive up the coin price. Jumbucks is doing it in a slightly different manner, as they have launched a multicoin multipool.
One of the main things I love about altcoins is the fact we see many new and innovative features and platforms being created, which may be adopted by Bitcoin at some day in the future. As we are only beginning to understand the true power of the blockchain, one of the features I look forward to is file sharing/file storage. Opal seems to have a little something called Opal Drive up their sleeve, which brings that exact feature ever closer.
Many people in the cryptocurrency world are always looking for the next big thing. Whereas most altcoin developers will look at implementing new features, Korecoin is looking to build its very own smartphone, called KorePhone. That is not what this article is about however, but we do have some details on Korecoin 3.0!
I’m sure most of you are aware by now that the Syscoin decentralized marketplace is slowly coming to fruition. Very much so in fact, as the alpha client for the visual representation has been released, for both Windows and Linux users. No word yet on the Macintosh version however.
Ever since we did our article on the Public Relations firm representing Munne for the next few months, it seems it raised more questions than answers. Especially considering, according to the general public that is, no work has been done so far. The MNE developers answered some of the questions people raised, so let’s get to it!
For those of you who have been keeping an eye on different altcoins over the past 6 months or so, you may remember Xcurrency announced a nifty little Tor Stick some time ago. This Tor Stick would come with a pre-installed Linux distro, and then route internet traffic through the Tor protocol.
For those among you who are keen to invest in sound money will not be disappointed by the “Maxcoin Silver Cryptobullion”. Where others have tried and failed, Maxcoin has delivered. By means of crowdfunding they’ve gathered more than enough funds to create the “Maxcoin Silver Cryptobullion “.
When we take a closer look at the world of Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and more specifically altcoins, there seems to be a new trend emerging. Having some form of communicating with other users on the network through chat messages has been around for a while. But what if we had more coins offering VoIP solutions, and even file transfers?
It looks like Bitcoin keeps making waves of progression in The Netherlands. Not only do they have amazing project such as Arnhem Bitcoinstad, which could soon be followed by Amsterdam Bitcoinstad , but it looks like Bitcoin will not be taxable, according to a Ministry of Finance representative.
As the end of the year draws closer every day, it is time for one of the most important days of the year, and it’s not even a holiday. Black Friday has become synonymous with shopping sprees, gifts and unprecedented discounts on goods you may or may not even need. And we as Bitcoin users get two Black Fridays this year, how awesome is that?
Back in the 90’s, Austin Hill recruited Adam Back to join his company called Zero-Knowledge Systems. The company’s goal was to commercialize cypherpunk privacy-enhancing technologies such as anonymous encrypted networking and Mr. Brands’ pioneering protocol for e-cash. The latter is still the most flexible central-server protocol developed to this day. The company did have many successes, but the market just was not ready to accept Zero-Knowledge Systems’ e-cash work at that time.
When we did our original Cleverhash articles, which you can find here and here, a lot of people still had questions about what Satoshi’s Cloud actually brings to the table that other platforms can’t (at this point in time anyway). The Cleverhash team took some time out of their busy schedule to tell us a bit more about that, so let’s take a peek!
It has been about a week ago since we did our introductory article about BitBay, a new decentralized marketplace for cryptocurrency enthusiasts. Ever since their ICO ended a few days ago, there have been a lot of questions on how the funds will be used, and open sourcing the client source code. We have the news, so keep on reading
You have all come to this article to find out the latest developments in regards to CannabisCoin, and you have some to the right place! The CANN developers posted a new , albeit brief update a few days ago, talking about future events, more strains, CannabisCoin acceptance and much more, so let’s take a look!
For those of you who keep an eye on this website at regular intervals, you will remember the article we posted about Viorcoin , which can be found here. As mentioned in that article, once the wallet would be released, it would come with a lot of features including dual-key stealth addresses and VoIP functionalities.
If you have been keeping a close eye on the ongoing Syscoin developments over the past week or so, you will have noticed their decentralized marketplace is slowly taking shape. A web version is available for testing, as we reported here. But the SYS team isn’t satisfied with just that, as they also want someone to develop a desktop marketplace application.
The ShadowCash community has been treated to something very special, as SDC is the very first digital currency currently publicly testing Zero Knowledge Anonymity on their testnet. Several transactions have been posted, to show off everything works as expected. Let’s take a look.
Over the past week or so, we have referenced to a new project called the Opal Marketplace which is set to launch very soon. The original release date was pushed back a few days ago in order to fix some security issues, but there is some good news as well!
As we have been reporting over the past few days, changes are on the horizon for the Darkcoin community as the DRK developer has been hard at work to fix the Darksend flaw. After running several versions of the new client on the testnet over the past few days, the new Darkcoin client is now available for download.