Seven Possible Killer Apps For Blockchain & Digital Tokens There are many applications that could benefit from decreased transaction costs, a neutral collective database, and the superior security of a collective ledger. Here are a few. There are seven other potential “killer apps” for blockchain technology.

Apple Permits the World's Most Popular Bitcoin Wallet Back Into Its Store Apple Permits the World's Most Popular Bitcoin Wallet Back Into Its Store It looks like Apple has eventually switched its stance on bitcoin. Six months after Apple eliminated Blockchain from its online App Store—effectively preventing people from using the popular bitcoin wallet app […]

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Address and key format MultiChain addresses and private keys are similar to those in bitcoin The format of addresses and private keys in MultiChain is similar to that of bitcoin addresses and private keys. However there are some differences, which ensure that addresses and keys created on one MultiChain blockchain are utterly unlikely to be […]

blockchain o’reilly The blockchain space can be pretty confusing. There is a seemingly endless array of startups, altcoins, ideologies, and buzzwords floating around, and it can be difficult to make sense of it all. It’s useful to subdivide the space into three categories, following Melanie Swan’s book Blockchain (O’Reilly) and others; blockchain 1.0 is currency, […]

A Brief History of Blockchain Many of the technologies we now take for granted were quiet revolutions in their time. Just think about how much smartphones have switched the way we live and work. It used to be that when people were out of the office, they were gone, because a telephone was tied to […]

99designs: WIP of the Week Today, we are pleased to present 99designs as our “WIP of the Week.” The company was launched in Australia in two thousand eight as one of the very first crowd-contest platforms for graphics design (e.g., logos, ads, brochures, packaging design, etc.). In the crowd-contest model, people or businesses that need […]

Bitcoin Mining Hardware Guide At very first, miners used their central processing unit (CPU) to mine, but soon this wasn’t prompt enough and it bogged down the system resources of the host computer. Miners quickly moved on to using the graphical processing unit (GPU) in computer graphics cards because they were able to hash data […]

Five Upcoming Bitcoin Mining Machines You Can Buy We’ve talked about Bitcoins before, and even put together a list of twenty places where you can spend them. But a list of places to spend Bitcoins isn’t of much use if you don’t have any Bitcoins. Sure, you could go to a Bitcoin exchange such as […]