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.
A quote from a recent news article at bitcoin.com: Over the course of the past twelve hours, the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) blockchain has been chugging along (…) The network is operating at 26% of the original chain’s difficulty as mining has become much easier on the BCH chain. Can Bitcoin Cash be the savior of… Read More Bitcoin Cash to resurrect old ASIC miners?
The screenshot below was taken from https://bitcoinfees.21.co/ at 8.05am UTC on August 1, 2017 — the day everybody stopped sending Bitcoin due to the coming of Bitcoin Cash UAHF. At the time of writing, the fork is about 3 hours away, but because everybody is playing it safe and many bitcoin exchanges have stopped trading and… Read More The Day Bitcoin Stood Still
Finally! A book about Bitcoin that doesn’t treat its readers with soft gloves. The Bitcoin Tutorial: Develop an Intuitive Understanding of the Currency and Blockchain Technology by Bruce Kleinman is an excellent text-book for the technical user who wants to know what Bitcoin is, all gory details included.