In a WhatsApp chat the discussion turned to how secure your Bitcoin is (ok, so there was a bet involved in there somewhere) and Miroslav Vegh of Diligio chipped in and I thought, who better to give us an overview on this subject. Hi Miroslav, thanks for spending some time with me on this. I […]Read More How safe is my Bitcoin? Miroslav Vegh answers some questions
Epic Cash is a new crypto currency which aims to unlock human potential by connecting individuals to the global market. Fast, virtually free to use, and open to all. Here’s what Max Freeman had to say when we had a chat.Read More Epic – Private, fungible cryptocurrency
Pascal Coin – deletable blockchain, very fast, 0 confirmation (and free) transactions, simple account numbers, no ICO, no pre-mine …. what’s not to like? Pascal Coin ($PASC) is not a Bitcoin clone. It is not a fork from Bitcoin. It has been written from the ground up in Pascal, yes you heard me right. This […]Read More Pascal Coin: an introduction
At the Consensus NY conference there was a protest by Bankers Against Bitcoin! Here they are This has been shared a lot and the reactions quite extreme, like “this makes me really angry. I hope all banks go bankrupt”. People read the headline and didn’t visit the site http://bankersagainstbitcoin.org/ where they would have seen that this is […]Read More DYOR, sure.
I have been very sluggish blog wise so far this year – mainly due to work (big system going to release candidate if you really must know), so I thought I’d do a catch up post and take a look at what we ‘might’ be looking at in the next month. The market – well […]Read More Catching Up – what has been going on?
Gems.org (see our intro here) have released their alpha product to the World and can be accessed here http://portal.gems.org/login. First things first you will need Metamask installed. Then as this is a test implementation link your Metamask to the Ropsten test network – that’s where your sample earnings will be stored. First page is pretty simple: a […]Read More Getting to grips with Gems Alpha
The original Mechanical Turk was a fake chess playing automaton from the 18th century – a mechanical illusion that allowed a chess master to hide inside the machine1. The term has more lately come to mean a service that can be used to place small tasks which require human intelligence (a major use is for […]Read More Mechanical Turk and the Blockchain
Carboncoin ($CARBON) has been in existence since February 2014 now and it’s aim is to provide a crypto currency that can be run on an eco friendly framework and also pay back to the environment by planting trees across the World. On the surface little seems to have happened in the project for quite a […]Read More What’s happening at Carboncoin? An interview with Chris Carbon
ICOs are now a huge part of the crypto landscape. So many are appearing each day that it is impossible to keep up now. My original article on how I find ICOs is almost antiquated even though it is less that 2 months old. While I still glance through lists it is hard to identify […]Read More A dozen things I want to know about your ICO
What should you set as your soft and hard cap for your token sale? It’s a tricky question. If the soft cap is costed well and is the amount needed to get your project off the ground, then why isn’t that the hard cap with remaining tokens reserved for issuing in a secondary and tertiary […]Read More When the (hard and soft) Cap fits