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[GUIDE] The 2 Best Ways to Buy Bitcoin and Ethereum with a Credit Card!

By Victor Hedman - June 26, 2017

  How to buy Bitcoin and Ethereum with a credit card Buying through Coinbase Coinbase is a well know reputable bitcoin and ethereum exchange. Read our Coinbase review here! I registered the account within a minute of visiting their website. Simply your email and fill out the required information. As I was attempting to buy […]

IOTA – The currency for Internet-of-Things

By Victor Hedman - June 25, 2017

What is IOTA? Overnight IOTA popped up on the cryptocurrency monitoring sites as the 6th largest cryptocurrency with a 1.5 $ billion marketcap. It left a lot of people wondering, what is IOTA? IOTA is different from every other cryptocurrency. Bitcoin, ethereum and most other well known currencies uses the blockchain technology. On the blockchain, […]

The 5 issues with ICO’s

By Scott Shapiro - June 24, 2017

Republished from scottshapiro.com ICO’s (Initial Coin Offerings – think: crowdfunding for cryptobusinesses on steroids) are occuring more often and at even larger scale. While it’s super exciting, there are some huge fundamental issues with the way this is going down. I’m shocked by the extreme speculation and lack of diligence. We will see the musical chair […]

Must know about ICOs and Ethereums crash on GDAX

By Victor Hedman - June 22, 2017

 ICO Trouble High valued ICOs are a common sight on the ethereum network these days. Adaption of the technology is a huge step forward but it is not without issues. Greed, conflicts of interest and damaged reputation are some of the consequences of the way ICOs work today. How does an ICO work today? In […]

All you need to know about Bitcoin, UASF and Segwit for August 1st!

By Victor Hedman - June 21, 2017

Introduction Bitcoin currently suffers from long transaction time and high fees because the network has not been able to handle the increase in demand. The community is split concerning this issue. There are two main propositions at this moment. One propositioned by the users (User activated soft-fork,  also called BIP148 or UASF) and one by […]

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

By Victor Hedman - June 19, 2017

  What is the Enterprice Ethereum Alliance? The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, EEA short, aims to connect companies and organisations interested in developing new technology on the Ethereum blockchain. Their goal is to learn and build upon the blockchain technology and find ways to implement smart contracts in open-source software. EEA launched as late as in […]

What is an ICO? Why Startups Will Change Forever

By Felix Forsgren - June 17, 2017

What is an ICO? I like to compare it to an IPO which most investors are familiar with. The Initial Public Offering of shares in a company. An ICO is very similar it stands for Initial Coin Offering, which means it’s the first time the public can buy tokens in a company. ICO’s are  just […]

Ethereum and Bitcoin Rebounds

By Victor Hedman - June 16, 2017

Following the big drop yesterday, markets rebounded overnight. Ethereum saw a drop from 370$ all the way down to 265$ on certain exchanges, but now trades comfortably at over 350$ on all exchanges. Bitcoin investors are also taking a breath of relief after the drop of over 20% as Bitcoin now trades in the high […]

The cause of todays cryptocurrency price rollercoaster

By Victor Hedman - June 15, 2017

The markets have seen a lot of action today as multiple negative news stories breaks about cryptocurrencies, and mainly Bitcoin. The first news to break was not really news. A major news outlet known for their sensationalistic journalism summarised a 3 week old bill introduced by the US Senate by stating that “Bitcoin/Crypto is evil”. […]