Tag Archives: cryptocurrency

Hello CryptoKitties!

Cryptokitties

A new technology often gets a game that helps to promote it to the mainstream. Social networks had FarmVille. Mobile phones had Angry Birds. And now blockchains have CryptoKitties. CryptoKitties is a blockchain-based virtual game that allows players to adopt, raise, breed and trade digital cats using Ethereum-based smart contracts. The game is an extension of society’s obsession with rising ...

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Kasotsuka Shojo – The Virtual Currency Girls

Kasotsuka Shojo the Virtual Currency Girls

Japan passed the Virtual Currency Act (Act) in March 2017, making it the first country in the world to recognize bitcoin as legal tender. It therefore does not come as a surprise that the first cryptocurrency band in the world has emerged from Japan. With crypto-maniac Japanese investors likely sitting on hefty gains, it’s time for celebration and it comes ...

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Getting Out of My Comfort Zone

Welcome to the world of cryptocurrencies

It has been almost one month since I published my last blog article. It is not that I have become lazy to write. I have been pretty occupied with a few ventures that have taken quite a lot of my time. I don’t even have time to indulge in reading novels, my favourite pastime. I came to the realization that ...

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Digital Gold by Nathaniel Popper

Digital Gold by Nathaniel Popper

If you have never heard of Bitcoin, you must have living under the proverbial coconut shell. And you would probably think Blockchain is something to do with engines and Satoshi is some kind of Japanese sushi. Bitcoin is a cyber-enigma with an enthusiastic following. You can apparently use it to buy anything from coffee to cars, yet few people seem ...

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Bitcoin

Bitcoin

Bitcoin started it all, The brainchild of Satoshi Nakamoto, An open source cryptocurrency based on mathematical proof, Whose acceptance is destined to shoot through the roof.   The Bitcoin protocol, Or whatever it is called, Decentralisation is its nature, Anonymity is its culture.   It is completely transparent, Storing details of every transaction is inherent, Recorded in a public distributed ...

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