Op-Ed: How Air Gap Technology Has and Will Secure Our Cryptocurrency Assets

The truth is that anything connected to the internet can be hacked. However, hacking wasn’t always a problem. The History of Air Gap Technology Data used to be held offline, in what’s now known as cold storage. Data on external paper cards, then moved to tape and digital media as technology evolved. The first computers The post Op-Ed: How Air Gap Technology Has and Will Secure Our Cryptocurrency Assets appeared first on CCN

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Bitcoin Opinion: The Lessons Of A Bearish Market

With my last couple of articles, I’ve taken the discussion away from price and volume, as I wanted to focus on the underlying bitcoin infrastructure and governance model, as well as on the technology developments that will push adoption. I believe it was worth it, as we really need to understand how this new distributed infrastructure and The post Bitcoin Opinion: The Lessons Of A Bearish Market appeared first on CCN

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Op-Ed: Do Blockchains Need a Native Currency?

Like most administrators in top banks and other financial institutions across the globe, the governor of the Bank of Spain, Luis María Linde lent his voice towards the criticism of cryptocurrencies despite showing support for the underlying technology, blockchain. Linde believes that the risks associated with cryptocurrencies outweighs the benefits therein by a lot but The post Op-Ed: Do Blockchains Need a Native Currency? appeared first on CCN

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Op-ed: Investing in Cryptocurrency — A Beginner’s Guide

This beginner’s guide to cryptocurrency investing was written by Bob Loukas, founder of Bitcoin.Live, an educational platform for aspiring cryptocurrency traders. Trading in cryptocurrencies and awareness of the cryptocurrency market remains to be more widespread in mainstream media, with numbers that continue to rise on a daily basis. In the past few months, the cryptocurrency The post Op-ed: Investing in Cryptocurrency — A Beginner’s Guide appeared first on CCN

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Is Nasdaq’s Latest Slip Good for Cryptocurrencies?

The Nasdaq continued the fall from its all-time high on March 12, 2018. The Nasdaq is down nearly 10% since the high on a variety of news. The Nasdaq, which tracks tech stocks has suffered under the weight of massive losses in market capitalization by the likes of Facebook, Amazon, and Twitter. The causes, which we’ll The post Is Nasdaq’s Latest Slip Good for Cryptocurrencies? appeared first on CCN

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Cryptocurrency Investing: Emotions and Decision-Making

Round 2: Everyone Gets Emotional at Some Point Consider all the examples shown in Round 1 and now look at how the cryptocurrency market is currently behaving. It does look similar to a bubble burst, doesn’t it? –disclaimer: my opinions and views are not financial advisements. I have personally invested in projects mentioned in this The post Cryptocurrency Investing: Emotions and Decision-Making appeared first on CCN

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