The Point of No Return: Segregated Witness Will Lock In on Bitcoin

Segregated Witness (SegWit), the highly anticipated protocol upgrade proposed by the Bitcoin Core development team, just reached the point of no return for lock in. This means that SegWit will be live on the Bitcoin network in a little more than two weeks from now. “It’s been a long and hard process, but we’ve learned […]

[video] What are Altcoins and ICOs – Bitcoin Whiteboard Tuesday

The post What are Altcoins and ICOs – Bitcoin Whiteboard Tuesday appeared first on 99 Bitcoins. Today’s topic is altcoins and ICOs. In this episode, we’re going to go over some of the different cryptocurrencies out there and explain what are ICOs. So let’s get started!   Altcoins, or alts in short, are cryptocurrencies that […]

Op Ed: The Role of Trading Bots in the Cryptocurrency Market

Similar to Wall Street and stock trading, bitcoin and cryptocurrency trading is a form of income for many. Due to the nature of the medium, however, many bitcoin traders do it as a side project, focusing their energy on a main job or alternate work. But to generate passive — or active — income in […]

Bitcoin Cash or Bcash: What’s in a Name?

As Bitcoin Cash, or Bcash, is slowly but surely turning into a functioning cryptocurrency, one topic remains contentious in particular: its name. Many proponents of the coin, judging by popular sentiment on social media like Reddit and Twitter, prefer the initial name: Bitcoin Cash. But an increasing number of users, including many who are more […]