Craig Wright: Satoshi Nakamoto Plagiarized My Bitcoin Paper

Craig Wright: Satoshi Nakamoto Plagiarized My Bitcoin Paper

Craig S Wright, an Australian computer scientist who claims that he created billions of dollars worth of payment protocol Bitcoin, accused Satoshi Nakamoto of plagiarizing his paper. The Bitcoin SV founder stressed that he is the original author of Bitcoin’s whitepaper during CC Forum in London. According to eyewitness Toni Vays, a famous cryptocurrency trader, who…

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Bitcoin Underperforms as Investors’ Focus Remains on Brexit

Bitcoin Underperforms as Investors’ Focus Remains on Brexit

Bitcoin was trading in negative territory on Wednesday as a broader market focus remained glued on Brexit and other critical macroeconomic events. Bitcoin price slips as speculators/investors shift focus elsewhere | Image credits: TradingView.com The benchmark cryptocurrency slipped 0.12 percent to trade at $8,152.92, continuing its choppy actions seen after the last significant drop on…

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New GMiner v1.69 With BFC Algorithm Support for Nvidia and AMD GPUs

New GMiner v1.69 With BFC Algorithm Support for Nvidia and AMD GPUs

The latest two version of GMiner 1.69 Nvidia and AMD miner has added support for the BFC algorithm used by the Chinese Bitfree Cash (BFC) project. BFC s apparently based on Cuckaroo29 algorithm and the project does not seem to be that popular yet among English speaking users, so you might want to check it…

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China Injects Billions as Economy Slows, Will Investors Turn to Bitcoin?

China Injects Billions as Economy Slows, Will Investors Turn to Bitcoin?

America is not the only country manipulating its money in order to prop up a flagging economy. Today China unexpectedly injected billions in cash to prevent a fall in interest rates as the economy flounders following months of trading tensions. Savvy investors turned to Bitcoin before, will they do it again? Central Bank Floods Market…

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Bitcoin (BTC) Price Showing Signs of Additional Weakness

Bitcoin (BTC) Price Showing Signs of Additional Weakness

Bitcoin price failed to rebound above $8,300 and extended its decline against the US Dollar. The price is trading below the $8,200 level and recently it declined towards the $8,050 level. There is a key declining channel forming with resistance near $8,350 on the hourly chart of the BTC/USD pair (data feed from Kraken). The…

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Beginners Guide to QAN – Fast, Scalable, and Quantum Resistant

Beginners Guide to QAN – Fast, Scalable, and Quantum Resistant

QAN is a quantum-resistant, enterprise-ready blockchain. To date, only one or two other blockchain projects have launched with the quantum threat in mind – Quantum Resistant Ledger is the best-known. However, none of them yet offer any kind of sophisticated smart contract programming capabilities. New blockchain platforms generally claim to be faster, more scalable, or…

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RSK Increased Its Merged Mining Rewards; Bitcoin Miners to Gain More?

RSK Increased Its Merged Mining Rewards; Bitcoin Miners to Gain More?

If you’re a Bitcoin miner or enthusiast, you now have another reason to smile. On October 12th, RSK, the project that brought smart contracts to Bitcoin, launched a new incentive program that will provide a big boost to its merged mining rewards program. RSK’s reward program, which compensates merged mining efforts in RBTC, the platform’s…

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Technical Indicator Signals Bitcoin May Rally to $9,300 Next

Technical Indicator Signals Bitcoin May Rally to $9,300 Next

Bitcoin has continued trading sideways despite attempting to break up overnight, and its inability to garner any clear trend comes as multiple altcoins rally. It is important to note that BTC’s inability to break above $8,400 overnight may signal that this region is a growing level of resistance. Analysts are now noting that one prominent…

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Facebook’s Libra Charter Signed By 21 Organizations During Meeting in Geneva, Switzerland

Facebook’s Libra Charter Signed By 21 Organizations During Meeting in Geneva, Switzerland

The Libra charter has been signed by 21 organizations, just days after several high-profile payment processing and e-commerce companies withdrew from the controversial stablecoin project led Facebook. The Libra Association named its board of directors and formed the consortium’s executive team during a conference held in Geneva, Switzerland. Facebook is moving forward with Libra along…

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