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Capitalizing on the Digital Attention Economy: The Brave Browser

“…in an information-rich world, the wealth of information means a dearth of something else: …the attention of its recipients.” (Herbert A. Simon, Professor Carnegie Mellon University, 1971) There’s a new, better way to browse the internet: the Brave Browser. Image taken from the Brave homepage. The Brave Browser operates on a principle I’m calling the Digital Read More

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How to Hodl Crypto and Earn Compound Interest

Albert Einstein once said that he considered compound interest the most powerful force in the universe. This quote has become a universal truth in the finance world. The medium-to-long term upside of compound interest has significant implications for investors. This financial tool is now available to crypto investors, providing them with the ability to earn Read More

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LTO Network Review

“Sales Round” This is the final part of the Messari Disclosure Report that this paper will cover. Essentially, this is just information about how much the team obtained through each phase of their sale process. LTO Network?—?Token Paper Review This portion of the report will not be annotated in the same manner as the above section. Read More

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Fetch AI. Gone in 60 seconds

Originally published at shitcoinoffering.com on March 1, 2019. We check a startup that collected 6 million bucks in 22 seconds on Shitcoin Bingo On Monday, Fetch AI startup held a sale on the Binance Launchpad platform and collected a hard cap of 6 million bucks in 22 seconds. The hype was as if Kanye had dropped Read More

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Will you be able to keep your IoT devices away from hackers?

While you’re thinking about a future dominated by robots and holograms, or at least “smarter” phones, studies show that these technological inventions are meant to enhance our entertainment and not actually improve our day-to-day tasks. The real potential of disruption is owned by the Internet of Things (IoT) industry. Big companies, such as Samsung, Qualcomm, Read More

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Three and a Half Reasons to be a Blockchain Writer

Unsplash With so many niches/domains out there to get oneself into, why would a technical content writer specifically choose to be a blockchain writer? Is that the question you’ve been asking yourself? Well, it seems you’re going to have your answer. Read along. Some 12 months ago that I had my first opportunity to write Read More

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Beyond Crypto?—?Blockchain Ethics

The Not So Good 51% Attacks and Double Spending As I mentioned before, blockchains are just nodes (people’s computers) working together to create a network. One of the beauties of these nodes is that their owners are anonymous. Unfortunately…. this anonymity can also be incredibly detrimental. A 51% attack is when one person or entity gains control Read More

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An Overview of MakerDAO

This piece provides an overview MakerDAO including how it functions and what long-term potential it may have. Source What is MakerDAO? MakerDAO, also known as Maker, is a crypto-collateralized stablecoin that uses a two-token system comprised of Dai, which targets a value of $1 per unit, and Maker (MKR), which is used to pay fees Read More

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Smart Waste Management And BlockChain Technology

The world is drowning in an ever-increasing heap of garbage. The rate at which waste is accumulating is turning our towns and cities into dump sites. Nations all over the world are faced with the herculean task of finding convenient and appropriate means of disposing of wastes.  Waste disposal management is one of the prime challenges Read More

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The Monero Network May Be Showing Signs of an Imminent Attack

While the blockchain world was preoccupied with other newsworthy stories, from the now-delayed Ethereum hardfork to exchange hacks, Monero miners have nervously been watching very unusual phenomenon unfold in front of them. Monero, once a very profitable privacy coin to mine, have suffered like all PoW coins during the longest Bitcoin bear market to date. Read More

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The Most Popular Long-term Overview of Market Predictions of BTC/USD Based on the Tradingview’s…

If you got into crypto trading to earn money, you’re in the right place. But even if turning a profit trading Bitcoin is easy, sticking to your strategy might not always be. That’s because crypto makes it tempting to make sudden moves, and reading contradictory cryptocurrency market predictions doesn’t make it any easier. Simply put, trading Read More

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Kingdoms, Countries and Blockchains.

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”?—?Viktor Frank We were in between one our meetings when suddenly the idea struck me. After all we are trying to solve problems of today, while keeping scalability for the Read More

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Hacking The Tokenization of Assets with Danny An of TrustToken

Episode 21 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Danny An, CEO and Co-Founder of TrustToken. Today’s show would not be possible without Digital Ocean. Learn more at do.co/hackernoon. Listen to the interview on iTunes, or Google Podcast, or watch on YouTube. In this episode Trent Lapinski and Danny An discuss tokenized assets, stable coins, Read More

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What We Can Learn from Crypto’s Anti-Hero

“The house of Cypherpunks has many rooms.” –Timothy May Last month, Timothy May, the incendiary co-founder of the Cypherpunks mailing list and author of the Crypto Anarchist Manifesto, died, leaving behind a complicated legacy for the cryptosphere. May kickstarted the Cypherpunk movement in the late 1980s, clearing the ground for the crypto surge today. The Cypherpunks Read More

Comments Off on The Cryptocurrency Market is No Exception?—?There is NO Best Rebalancing Period

The Cryptocurrency Market is No Exception?—?There is NO Best Rebalancing Period

We backtested 10,000 cryptocurrency portfolios to find out. At Hodlbot, we automatically rebalance people’s cryptocurrency portfolios. So inevitably, one of the most common questions I get is, “what is the best rebalancing period?” I attempted to answer this in my last article by simulating 100,000 portfolios using the Monte Carlo method and found more frequent rebalancing Read More

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Enron vs Bitcoin: War of the Bubbles

Ever since Prince Alwaleed bin Talalsaid of Saudi Arabia said that Bitcoin was the new Enron, I kept meaning to do a story comparing the two. From my perspective, they couldn’t be more different, but lets try to be as objective as possible when looking at the facts. What was Enron Enron was born from the Read More

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Would you implant a cryptocurrency wallet in your body?

Let’s look at the health issues. Firstly, would a subdermal cryptocurrency wallet have significant difference to other accepted implants such as birth control? It is approximately the same size and shape; however, some would argue that it is the electrical communication that worries them the most. Secondly, what are the long term effects of having Read More

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Bitcoin and the Return to Hard Money

“…all those who wish to stop the drift toward increasing government control should concentrate their effort on monetary policy.”?—?Nobel Laureate Friedrich Hayek A song to read to. As our increasingly secular society emerges from hundreds of years of religious repression, a cunning new foe has been able to crawl into piety’s place. As the ostensible Read More

Comments Off on Pressure Mounts for Ethereum Developers as ASIC Miners Eagerly Await Next Week’s Hardfork

Pressure Mounts for Ethereum Developers as ASIC Miners Eagerly Await Next Week’s Hardfork

Ethereum’s hardfork scheduled for later this month will likely have some irreversible ramifications. Ethereum mining will never be the same again?—?and its not because of the fallen profit margins, nor is it because of some silly dispute to create Ethereum Cash. This is a planned event supported by almost the entire Ethereum community?—?minus the miners. Read More

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How Blockchain Could Power the Decentralized Internet

Blockchain has been described as the technology that can power the next generation of the internet?—?the decentralized web, or web3. What is Centralization? It is important to understand how the internet is currently “centralized” and the problems this creates. “Centralization” refers to one or a small number of entities holding sway over a network. At Read More

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