The Crypto Papers

Common sense reviews about cryptocurrencies and related issues

  Why is it that the Bytecoin Team seems aloof, almost disinterested in their own potential success? It does not appear that they are abandoning ship, based upon recent Github activities. Someone is updating. And someone is adding news and blogs to the official Bytecoin.org website after many months. Still, why the relative quiet, other …

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Ease of use. One of the aspects of cryptocurrencies which seems to confuse a lot of people is the idea of “atomic units.” The separate parts of the coins, so to speak. Debates rage across the Crypto-sphere. In other words, just how many actual individual units of a particular cryptocurrency are there and how can …

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If you’ve been wondering why bitcoin prices have climbed over the past months weeks…months, look no farther, it’s the Chinese — again. Okay. maybe India and a little Venezuela. According to HolyTransaction, a premier cryptocurrency multi-wallet service, the Chinese connection exists. In fact, the service warned us in the past to watch out for bitcoin ‘shorts.’ I thought …

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Cryptocurrencies: Freedom Currency (Updated June 17, 2016) The outlook for cryptocurrencies? Great. Think private, however. Protect yourself from you know who. Do you believe that cryptocurrency is money, all by itself? Without a physical backing? Without gold? That Fintech alone creates value? Currently, you are correct. In a token sort of way. A few economists …

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The motto for Fintech is improve — always innovate — or die. Think, Steve Jobs. But is Bitcoin innovating? Can it survive? Bitcoin is not managed by Satoshi Nakamoto, who may or may not be Craig Wright. The mysterious inventor of Bitcoin is uncertain. What is more and more certain is that Bitcoin is edging …

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Blog Updated: September 18, 2016 If you want to “pan” in private, it’s not Bitcoin. What’s in your “pan?” Digital Gold should be private. So why would you “pan” for cryptocurrencies in full view of every person on earth? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could “pan” in private? So which cryptocurrency is best? But it …

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