Bitcoin futures were popular in the second quarter of 2018. The CME Group published data showing that the average daily volume increased by 93 percent compared to the first quarter. Read More
Two EU analysts ask whether crypto currencies can become dangerous for central bank money. The answer is a cautious no – but the tone of voice has changed significantly. The EU accepts that Bitcoin has grown larger than it initially expected. Read More
Lately the Ethereum network is suffering from spam attacks caused by countless smart contract transactions that are entirely useless.
Who does that? Who spends millions of dollars on transactions that seem to have no other purpose than to disrupt Ethereum? Read More
The fees on Ethereum have, once again, reached new records. Is it because a stock exchange failed to vote – or because of malicious spam contracts that attack Ethereum? Is it even the competitor EOS behind it, as some claim? We’ll take a look at what’s going on – and at the same time explain how the fees called “fuel” work at Ethereum. Read More
The Lithuanian payment service provider for cryptocurrencies activates lighting payments for the companies participating in the pilot. Now you can pay more than 100 merchants via Lightning. Read More