SEC Ruling on the DAO and ICO, Explained

SEC Ruling on the DAO and ICO, Explained

SEC Ruling on the DAO and ICO, Explained 1. What’s all that SEC decision everybody’s talking about? On July 25, The Securities and Exchanges Commission declared that Blockchain companies must obey federal laws. On July 25, the SEC made a report that offers and sales...
Provably Fair Games, Explained

Provably Fair Games, Explained

Provably Fair Games, Explained 1. What are provably fair games? An online game can be considered provably fair if there is a mechanism in place, which allows the players to confirm the fairness of the game process. The appearance of the ‘provably fair’ concept is...
UASF vs. UAHF, Explained

UASF vs. UAHF, Explained

1. What are soft fork and hard fork? Both of them are changes in protocol. A soft fork is a change to the software protocol where only previously valid blocks/transactions are made invalid. Since old nodes will recognize the new blocks as valid, a soft fork is...
Bitcoin and Blockchain news, Explained

Bitcoin and Blockchain news, Explained

How can I get news about Bitcoin and Blockchain on a daily basis? There are different ways you can get your updates, but they will probably be of different sources, all in different places. And you usually end up spending tons of time looking for updates on the...
Bitcoin Price, Explained

Bitcoin Price, Explained

How did Bitcoin price develop? Bitcoin price has its own wild road. In 2009, the year Bitcoin was created, nobody could have thought it would gain such popularity. The initial price was about $0.001. Over the next five years there were no significant events, so the...
What Are Cryptocurrency Debit Cards, Explained

What Are Cryptocurrency Debit Cards, Explained

What are cryptocurrency debit cards? UPDATE 9th JANUARY 2018. Unfortunetly, there are no working cryptocurrency debit cards available in Australia yet. we suggest to buy, sell & trade with Coinspot. Once the debit card is available, we will update it here with a...