Monthly Archive:: February 2016
Hey everyone. With the launch of our website, we here at Digital Space Post thought we would bring together the bitcoin community with a friendly competition which will force your to look into your crystal ball and predict the future price of one bitcoin. By clicking on our Predictions page, you can submit your prediction on
I remember reading about an article on https://foundersgrid.com/bitcoin-price in which the author asked fifty Bitcoin experts and CEO’s to make a price prediction in a years time. The article is well worth the read if you haven’t gone through it yet. It has some very unique and inspiring comments from some of the leaders within the blockchain
Cyrille Wetter, Business Manager and PR for Nxt explains. Our website is all about Nxt and, particularly, its peer-to-peer Asset Exchange. We offer several tools to provide investors with the ability to analyze and (re-)evaluate their portfolio. Additionally, we host a faucet combined with an introduction to Nxt to attract newcomers. We want to collect
Over the last year, google trends indicates a growing use of the word “blockchain”, while use of the word “bitcoin” has remained steady. This news will not come as a surprise to anyone who has been following this technology over the last two years.
Tendermint, an open source blockchain platform project, is moving into deployment phase with the help of top Bitcoin 2.0 marketing and public relations firm, The Vanbex Group. Tendermint removes the previous complexities associated with blockchain development so that large institutions, as well as, independent programmers can create their own blockchain technologies easily and efficiently. The
SoG Beta has been released! The latest release brings you several new features: Mobile app, new User Interface (just a foretaste for the moment, it will be more polished and developed in the final release), cards leveling up and fusing system, off-chain and blockchain cards and several in-game currencies you are rewarded with.
The device takes control of the management of private key generation, private key storage, and transaction signing. A 12 word recovery sentence gives you access to your money if your device is lost or stolen. To top it all off, private keys made on the KeepKey device never leave the unit, reducing the possibility of theft.