EtherWorld's weekly: August 19, 2018

US Rep. invites industry leaders to weigh ICO regulation, India Bitconnect Head Arrested, Jamaica Stock Exchange explores cryptocurrency and more......

Understanding Bitcoin transaction details

While looking at transaction details of Bitcoin, you see a few other transactions than the one you made. For example on blockchain.info, you might have came across different type of Bitcoin transactions. Lets have look at them one by one. Before we take a look closely on each type, it's worth noting that Bitcoin transfer from one account to another follow Unspent Transaction Output (UTXO) model. I will considering all the transactions form Block...

EtherWorld's weekly: August 12, 2018

Facebook's Marcus Steps Down From Coinbase Board, Republican congressman discloses he owns cryptocurrency, JPEG Committee is “exploring Blockchain” — to put DRM into JPEG, GMO Cryptocurrency Business Made $2.3 Million Profit in Q2 and more......

Your Private Retail Currency - Fluzcoin as a protocol for private currency and loyalty on the blockchain

Customers loyalty and retention is a challenge for any business. Among all Fluzcoin benefits for market participants, in this article we want to highlight one of the top-voted Fluzcoin Protocol features in retail world. Fluzcoin is the only coin coming with in-built loyalty points mechanism, which takes form of private currency of a merchant. Fluzcoin Protocol can enable retailers create their private currency and loyalty coins, used to reward its loyal customers. This money lives...

How to mine Ethereum on your PC

When talking about ethereum mining, most of the individuals think that they need supercomputers having large multitudes of computational power to pull it off. Well, it is not completely erroneous; unlike a couple of years back, mining cryptocurrency has become quite easier. This has become possible because of the rapid advancement of both cryptocurrency, and the blockchain technologies have experienced over the time. Those days are gone when you needed a mainframe with the processing...

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