Author: Mark

Bitcoin Mining: A Beginners Tutorial

There is no better time than right now to start mining for bitcoins. Bitcoin mining is a way to get bitcoins.

Lets be clear, mining for bitcoin is certainly not the easiest way to amass the coin, the cash or peercoin but it can be the most fruitful way to do it.

When Bitcoin was new, all you need was a computer to mine for bitcoin, today things are a little different.

You need specific hardware, a client and you need to run the setup continuously until you start to generate the coin.

To capitalize on the opportunity getting started sooner than later is critical.

Top 6 ICO’s of Second Quarter 2018

ICO’s continue to be one of the best ways to multiply wealth in crypto, however, the current sentiment with ICO’s is getting a little flustered with all the scams, regulations and KYC issues.

There are way too many start-up projects asking for your funds and the new market is over saturated and this is a bit confusing for the crypto enthusiast and the market cap.

Electroneum: Mining, Buying & Future

Electroneum is a mineable cryptocurrency aimed at gaining the mass adoption of smart phone users, of which there are over 2 billion of.

This alt-coin allows nearly anybody, regardless of available technology, easy access to the cryptocurrency world.

Masternodes in CryptoCurrency

Bonded validator systems, also known as masternodes, are a group of servers that support blockchain networks.

They are parts of the network that enable services and actions that miners can not provide in a Proof of Work scenario.

CryptoCurrency Mining in 2018: The Definitive Guide

What is Cryptocurrency Mining?

Mining is the process in which a host machine will communicate with the blockchain and ledger to process, confirm, and verify transactions.

Groups of these miner’s act as the backbone to any given cryptocurrency.

When a miner is working on processing transactions they are given payouts as incentive to continue to support the blockchain.

The majority of these payouts outweigh electricity costs, making it very profitable to mine cryptocurrencies.

However, a lot of the hardware required has a hefty price tag but some not so much.

Today I’m going to go over nearly everything about the mining processes of cryptocurrency, how much it costs, how much it could make, and how you can get started.

The Top 10 Best CryptoCurrency Exchanges of 2018

Over the passed few months CryptoCurrency and Bitcoin specifically have gained a lot of traction and exposure with the public eye.

The first step in obtaining any of these coins is signing up with an exchange.

An exchange is an online platform that will allow you to purchase digital currencies with either fiat (ex. USD) or CryptoCurrency trading pairs (ex. BTC/XRP).

All of these exchanges have different features, pros and cons, verification methods, and other variable aspects that might make choosing an exchange a little harder for you.

Today, I’m going to show you what to look for in the best cryptocurrency exchanges, our favorite exchanges and what they offer.

Ethereum “Casper” Projects

The “Casper” project being worked on by the Ethereum development team is simply a fix for a flawed Proof of Stake (POS) system.

As it stands POS has a major flaw to where if a malicious blockchain is formed anyone can profit off of it essential making cryptocurrency useless in this state and is also known as the “Nothing at Stake” problem, where no matter what you do you can’t lose which is good for those people, but bad for the future of crypto-kind so it can’t happen.

The Casper Project(s) being worked on fix this issue by penalizing members of malicious blockchains, in doing so, also cripples the new verifiers where as they get a rejected share that may not be malicious, will lose their stake.