Monthly Archives: August 2018

The Listing Fee Debates Continues, As Binance CEO Says “We Don’t List S***coins”

400 BTC. That’s apparently how much Christopher Franko, the Expanse project’s co-founder, was told to pay by Binance employees to secure a spot on the world’s most popular crypto-to-crypto exchange. As it stands, 400 BTC is worth approximately $2.5 million, making such an exorbitant listing fee out of the reach of many bona fide cryptocurrency projects. Image courtesy of @frankocurrency on Twitter However, according to a recent tweet storm from Changpeng Zhao, the CEO of Binance, this is far from the truth. On Saturday morning, the Binance […]

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Markets Update: Crypto Prices Consolidate After Some Volatility

Cryptocurrencies markets have been volatile and very indecisive over the last 48-hours as the entire digital asset economy lost billions in value since US regulators postponed their decision concerning the Cboe/Vaneck BTC-based exchange-traded fund (ETF) last week. This Saturday, August 11, during the afternoon’s digital currency trading sessions (EDT), cryptocurrency trade volumes and price values are seeing some slight recovery. Also Read: Wormhole Mainnet and Developers’ Guide Launched Saturday Trading Sessions Show Some Market Rebounds At the moment a vast number of digital assets have rebounded back a hair […]

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Bitcoin Sees $350 Recovery, Amidst Altcoin Drop Off

As Ethereum World News reported on Friday, Bitcoin saw a rapid sell-off from $6,450 to the $6,100 price level, as a direct result of an influx of sell-side volume cascading through the whole cryptocurrency market. This move unfortunately set a new one-month low for the price of Bitcoin and a new year-to-date low for the collective valuation of the cryptocurrency market. As Bitcoin hovered around $6,100, some technical analysts began to speculate that Bitcoin’s next stop would be at the heavily contested $5,800 level of support. But […]

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Satoshi Nakamoto Hunted Internationally, Bounty Grows

#Findsatoshi is the latest effort to galvanize worldwide support in order to, once and for all, find the enigmatic creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto. The group has taken to an international crowdfunding campaign, enlisting world class private detectives from Japan to New York, and everywhere in-between.  Also read: Report: 15,000 Twitter Crypto Scam Giveaway Bots #Findsatoshi Hunt is On Estonian German Neff has taken to a Russian crowdfunding site, hoping to raise nearly a quarter million dollars to finally discover the true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin’s […]

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Saturday Morning Bitcoin Talk Show #LIVE (Skype WorldCryptoNetwork, (518) 600-1949)

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Wormhole Mainnet and Developers Guide Launched

There’s been a lot of activities taking place with the new project developed by Bitmain called Wormhole. The team of developers just recently launched the Wormhole mainnet where the public can see the list of coins and the generated Wormhole Cash (WHC). Meanwhile, Gabriel Cardona, the creator of the Bitcoin Cash development kit, Bitbox, released a whole guide for individuals and groups so they can create tokens and crowdsales on the BCH chain. Also Read: Wormhole Project Launches — $1.2M Worth of BCH Burned So Far Wormhole Developers Launch […]

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David Marcus Steps Down From Coinbase Board to Avoid Conflict of Interest

Facebook blockchain head David Marcus is quitting the board of directors at cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase with his departure most likely being a signal that the social networking giant’s secretive blockchain efforts are progressing. In a statement published by CoinDesk David Marcus said: “Because of the new group I’m setting up at Facebook around blockchain, I’ve decided it was appropriate for me to resign from the Coinbase board.” A Coinbase spokesperson said Marcus’ decision to step down was made to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest, […]

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Crypto Audioblog #33 – Crypto Crossroads, Conspiracy, or Commonality?

Today, Andy Hoffman of CryptoGoldCentral.com describes the unprecedented events unfolding in the unprecedented cryptocurrency space…and why, more than ever, he believes in Bitcoin’s future! Listen to WCN Audio Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/world-crypto-network/id825708806?mt=2 Call Us LIVE! SKYPE WorldCryptoNetwork Check out the brand new http://WorldCryptoNetwork.com/ Follow WCN on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldCryptoNet Powered by WPeMatico

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Facebook Denies Entering Partnership with Stellar Lumens (XLM)

Stellar Lumens (XLM)–Despite news that pointed to the opposite, Facebook has come forth to deny entering into any agreement or long term partnership with the sixth largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, Stellar Lumens XLM. Stellar and Facebook On Friday, the story broke that Facebook and Stellar had recently held talks, leading the industry to speculate over a possible cryptocurrency partnership between the non-profit Stellar organization, their currency XLM and the world’s leading social media platform. Instead, Facebook has denied such a relationship, with a spokesperson telling financial […]

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Wendy McElroy: Free-Market Law Enforcement for Crypto

The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations. Section 4: State Versus Society Chapter 9, Part 6 Government is a law factory. It passes laws in the same manner that another type of factory extrudes metal molding…But, whereas a factory which extrudes metal molding is providing a product which is useful to the citizens generally, and which certain citizens will purchase voluntarily; the government factory extrudes compulsion which is useful principally to the government, itself, but is purchased [through taxes and other ‘fees’] in advance by the […]

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