I recently decided to give Exodus a try. For those of you who don’t know what this thing is, Exodus is a desktop wallet that supports multiple crypto currencies and gives you the ability to trade between them. I learned about it from a very positive review by Ofir Beigel at 99 Bitcoins. The 99coins… Read More My Thoughts on Exodus (Spoiler: I Find it Expensive & Unsafe)
One of the less intuitively understood properties of Bitcoin is the concept of how bitcoin values are stored in a wallet. Most people — even some of those who use Bitcoin regularly — believe that when you remit bitcoins to a Bitcoin address, the balance of that address is simply updated to reflect the new… Read More BTC Transaction Costs and Wallet Fragmentation
Today I sold all bitcoins I had accumulated during the past 2 months (about 0.110 BTC in total). Slightly less than half of that (0.05 BTC) was earned from mining via NiceHash. The remaining 0.06 BTC I bought at a whim in the beginning of August at €2,297.30 per BTC.
Update 25. Aug 2017: Sadly, I could not make the card would not work properly on my test system (a P45-based Gigabyte board, Intel Core Quad Q9550, Windows 10 Pro x64). It doesn’t appear in Windows Device Manager and does not require a driver, but it does allow the connected video cards to appear there.… Read More 4×PCI Express USB Riser/Expander Card
One of the things you should do to better protect your crypto coins and associated operations is use a strong, well-protected email account. Ideally, it should not be publicly known and should not be used for your regular communications. I happen to know just the right email service for the job. However I will link… Read More On the Necessity of Having Strong Email
The first comparison review in this series is dedicated to the largest Bitcoin broker in the world: Coinbase. It is among the first names in the industry a bitcoin newbie hears, and it makes sense for us to start with it as well.