After the separation of Ethereum Classic (ETC) from Ethereum (ETH), who would have thought that both these firms would likely be together once again. Continue reading Ethereum Classic (ETC) Business with Ethereum (ETH) Isn’t Finish Yet!
Yesterday, much like any other day, I received dozens of press releases from blockchain companies and crypto public relations firms, the bulk of which were anything but newsworthy. However, given my personal interest in hunting and shooting sports, one immediately piqued my interest: GunBroker will start accepting cryptocurrency payments. Continue reading Sorry GunBroker, FreedomCoin isn’t the Token Your Gun-Toting Bitcoin Users are Looking For
A report by JPMorgan suggests that for over four weeks during the fourth quarter, bitcoin’s market price was lower than its mining costs on average. Continue reading JPMorgan Takes Another Shot at Bitcoin, Claims Mining Isn’t Worth the Value of the Cryptocurrency
The 2018 end-of-year report by Nielsen-owned gaming research company SuperData has revealed that so-called freemium games – games that are free to play but typically enable microtransactions for users to purchase upgrades and gizmos – are dominating the entertainment market, generating a massive $88 billion in the past year. Continue reading Freemium Isn’t Free! Free Mobile Games Generated a Whopping $61 Billion in 2018
Sky News, a British TV station and mainstream media outlet, reported that investors lost homes as the Bitcoin price crashed. But, the same argument can be applied to the stock market, real estate, and every other major market. Continue reading Reports Claim Investors Lost Homes as Bitcoin Crashed, Isn’t the Stock Market the Same?