Bitcoin market shakes in front of the hard fork possibility. We have sorted out a few expert comments to help you calm down. Hard fork means splitting the network by two concurrent pools of currency. It’s been almost two weeks the Bitcoin market is shaking in front of the possibility of a hard fork in the nearest future. Some say it’s inevitable, some are more than skeptical. And the rest of us just don’t know…"Bitcoin "Fork on the Road" Debates: 8 Experts Are Giving Their Opinion"
You saw one fork, you’ve seen them all. The next few paragraphs are official. Over the past few days there have been much debate about a possible hard fork of the Bitcoin protocol. As you can see from a chart, blockchain network is overloaded with transactions very often. This happens mainly because the maximum amount of data per block the network can process is limited to 1MB. The only way to improve its effectiveness is…"Where We Are on Bitcoin Hard Fork Question"
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Which team would win? Technological innovations usually follow a certain pattern of development, especially at the early stage. Naturally, almost every invention encounters initial resistance and criticism from the wider society. Even after proving their initial levels of sustenance, being isolated is a common dark hole that must be overcome for innovations that seek to become a part of the world system. Despite the increased awareness of Bitcoin and its associated technologies, a huge part…"Bitcoin Is Still In Its Very Early Days, Like The Top Of The First Inning In A Nine Inning Baseball Game"
You can open a Post Office Savings Account easily and operate it like regular Banking Account. Department of Post now offers different banking facilities like Online Banking, ATM Cards etc. You can open Savings Bank(SB), Recurring Deposit(RD), Time Deposit(TD), Monthly Income Scheme(MIS) etc Accounts in the Post Office. In a Post Office savings account the amount deposited can be withdrawn at anytime as per the depositor’s needs. Post office account opening Documents Required You can…"How to Open a Post Office Savings Account | All you need to Know about Post Office Account"
Guide on using BTC to at least buy something useful inside the EU. My Windows laptop has been my major working and entertainment tool for nearly 5 years. So, no wonder one day it just didn’t wake up from sleeping mode and gone for good with a strange “wazzzzup” sound. Despite it seems not much of a problem to fix it, I’ve decided that I needed a new ride. Moreover, I wanted to use Bitcoins…"How to Buy a MacBook Pro for Bitcoins (Fresh or Discounted)"
Bitcoin Core version 0.14.0 is now available. This is a new major version release, including new features, various bugfixes and performance improvements, as well as updated translations. Please report bugs using the issue tracker on GitHub. Subscribe here to receive security and update notifications. Compatibility Bitcoin Core is extensively tested on multiple operating systems using the Linux kernel, macOS 10.8+, and Windows Vista and later. Microsoft ended support for Windows XP on April 8th, 2014,…"Bitcoin Core Version 0.14.0 Released"
All countries that allowed bitcoin are alike, each country that declined it, made it in its own way. Leo Tolstoy paraphrasing in the pre-text perfectly illustrates a situation over legislative Bitcoin regulation in 2017. As it marches through the world, and more merchants accept it, each country decides whether it is on the supporters’ or the contradictors’ side of this battle. Reasons why Bitcoin is banned are different, while the reason to adopt it is…"Why Bitcoin is Banned in Your Country"