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Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. In August of last year, Bitcoin Cash forked from the Bitcoin blockchain. This process basically splits Bitcoin into two separate coins: Bitcoin (“BTC”) and Bitcoin Cash (“BCH”). When this occurred, everyone who held Bitcoin in a compatible wallet or exchange became entitled to claim an equivalent ...Read More »
Winklevoss Twins Hint at Gemini Support for Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash; Big Implications for CBOE Futures?
Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. In my previous article “CBOE Completes Upgrade, Other Crypto Futures Coming?“, I speculated that now that the CBOE had finished it’s latency reduction upgrades it would begin to introduce more currencies. This prediction seems to have at least partially shown some validity with statements coming out of ...Read More »
Just wanted to discuss the possible implications of the lighting network on Litecoin once it is mainstream. It is said that it will bring down transaction costs for bitcoin and relieve the congestion on the network. Charlie says in his vision ( https://segwit.org/my-vision-for-segwit-and-lightning-networks-on-litecoin-and-bitcoin-cf95a7ab656b ) ” Some people say LN on Bitcoin will kill any reason to use Litecoin. If people ...Read More »
It’s been a great year for Bitcoin, smashing all-time high records last December and propelling the whole cryptocurrency field ever closer to the trillion dollar mark. It has, however, been a terrible year for Bitcoin’s unified dominance over its field, sinking from a near-universal position of power in the high 80s to a present share of just 34%. Here’s a ...Read More »