Bitcoin always operates as a roller coaster in terms of its price. The cryptocurrency world is still trying to figure out the factors behind its massive price volatility and measures to be adopted during this situation. This article features the possible reasons that contributed to the decline in the price of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
Hyperledger Fabric, a platform for distributed ledger network hosted by the Linux Foundation, announced its support for the Ethereum Virtual Machine(EVM) smart contracts with the aim of allowing the migration of blockchain based Dapps.
Singapore based BK Global Consortium, led by renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Kim Byung-gun’s has reportedly acquired a majority stake in South Korea's leading crypto exchange Bithumb.
BitTorrent, one of the most popular Peer to Peer file sharing platforms with ten million users, has announced to pay Tron as an incentive for the seeders as a part of Project Atlas.
The price of Bitcoin reached its peak last December but with the beginning of 2018, it started a deep downturn and the price has been decreasing ever since. This declination in the value has caused a lot of speculations relating to the end of bitcoin. However, here are some reasons explaining the price of Bitcoin will rise in the days to come.
EOS, the youngest of world's top 10 blockchains, currently ranks as the fifth largest in market capitalization.There is no record about the official full form for EOS, as the creators of EOS have not formally decided them yet. Let's break down EOS blockchain a little more and explore its history, goal, and features in this article.
No-one really knows what is going happen in the future but it is quite certain that cryptocurrencies are here to stay. So, it's really important to do your research and make sure it fits into your financial plan before investing.
We might have heard a lot about blockchain providing a secured transaction. But it is not the case every time. It gets hacked too. Any software may be vulnerable to attacks as it is written by humans.
Smart contracts are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement two or more parties being directly written into lines of code. The code and the agreements contained therein exist across a distributed, decentralized blockchain network.
In his latest paper titled "A guide to 99% fault-tolerant Consensus", Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of Ethereum has proposed a new kind of consensus algorithm that eliminates the 51% attack. The proposed theorem mentions a new kind of consensus algorithm that requires nodes to be 1% honest. This theoretically implies an attacker needs to control more than 99% of the nodes of blockchain in order to carry out an attack. If this theory gets implemented then 51% of attack will be a thing that existed in past.