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Why your Bitcoin will be safe when ‘Bitcoin Cash’ is released
On August 1st at 12:20 UTC a new cryptocurrency called Bitcoin Cash will be launched. It's based upon Bitmain's UAHF proposal which was initially created as a contingency plan to thwart the efforts of the UASF, which now looks likely to activate without incident .
Whilst the arrival of another cryptocurrency derived from Bitcoin's source code is not newsworthy in itself, the fact that Bitcoin...
Bitcoin Core developers issue Segwit2x hard fork warning ...
On Wednesday morning, the Bitcoin Core development team released a rare statement concerning the safety of Bitcoin users' coins during the potential hard fork for Segwit2x , which is scheduled to occur in November.
The developers state that the hard fork is not supported by the majority of the Bitcoin users and developers, which makes it contentious, and therefore puts many user's bitcoins at...
Bitcoin Price Analysis - Reversal in the near-term » Brave ...
Bitcoin Price Analysis - Reversal in the near-term
Hash rate and difficulty continue to make new...
Bitcoin Price Analysis - Time to sit back » Brave New Coin
Bitcoin Price Analysis - Time to sit back
Bitcoin continues its seemingly endless bull rally, gaining an additional 15% this week, closing convincingly above a nasty candle wick at $2745. New all time highs continue to be made week over week, with the spot price having now broken $3000.
Any concerns for a more sizeable...
Using Bitcoin on Windows 10 » Brave New Coin
Using Bitcoin on Windows 10
Microsoft has had a rocky few years in relation to the world's most prominent Operating System (OS). The company continued support for the ever popular Windows XP for 12 years, including extended support for 5 years , well into the lifecycle of Windows 8.
Following XP came Vista, an OS that was reportedly...
Bitcoin Price Analysis - SegWit looming » Brave New Coin
Bitcoin has been ranging over the past week, down $158 or about 5.8%. Hash rate has also decreased slightly, now at 4.8 trillion GH/s. The most pressing matter continues to be the scalability and block size debate.
With 86% of mining pools now supporting SegWit2x and 15% of Core nodes already signaling support, SegWit is no longer a matter of if but a matter of when.
SegWit2x is currently being...