The year 2018 is closely coming to a close. Revisit six moments that have caused huge ripples in the cryptocurrency and blockchain industries.
Cybersecurity firm McAfee noted on a report the cryptojacking incidents involving Internet of things (IoT) devices on the third quarter of 2018.
A research found that KingMiner, a cryptojacking malware for mining Monero, is constantly changing to avoid being found out by security programs.
Zcoin has changed its Proof-of-Work algorithm, from the previous Lyra2z to the new Merkle Tree Proof, after a network hard fork on December 10.
Mining Bitcoin could be profitable once again as the network mining difficult dropped by 15 percent amid decreasing hash rate and falling BTC prices.
The increasing costs of operating a crypto mining operation has caused some companies to turn off their equipment or to sell their units at a huge loss.
Are price surges and dumps the real story of Cryptocurrency? Ash Benington explores what mass media should be focusing on instead. Blockchain?
Cryptocurrency will go big next year as many signs currently point to major industry players, including China, heavily investing in Crypto and Blockchain.
Should you be bullish on Bitcoin this week? CryptoWendyO thinks so. Watch her analyze and explain in detail the reasons she is going bullish on Bitcoin.
Everything Blockchain takes the spotlight in this episode of Ameer Approved as Jesse Abramowitz covers adoption issues, scaling problems, and even Defi.
Still confused what Bitcoin is and does? GiveBitcoin is out to bring more people into understanding Bitcoin while educating them about it and Blockchain.
A blockchain expert says there is more to understand about Bitcoin as cryptocurrency and blockchain technology continue to evolve. What are these?
EOS addresses two of the main problems in blockchain: transaction speed and transaction costs. But the question is: Is EOS widely used by many?