The Top 5 Weirdest Alternative Crypto-Coins in Circulation

There are many cryptocurrencies around. There are some that have weird names. Let’s see five of them:

  • Unobtanium (UNO)
  • UNO is a term for fictional engineering and scientific thought that describes an extremely rare and costly material. Conceptual Unobtanium is the full term; UNO is the short hand version given to this alt-coin …

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    Monero vs DASH vs Zcash vs Bitcoin Mixers

    There is a lot of fuss around the new anonymized blockchain the Zcash offers. There are other alternatives like Bitcoin MIxers, Dash and Monero. Monero is taking it’s place in the dark web. Many think that Zcash will get it’s place too.  Not all privacy-centric coins can deliver 100% privacy, untraceability, security, and fungibility in …

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    Bitcoin Users Can Now Pay Electricity Bills with Bitcoin in Japan

    Bitcoin is gaining traction worldwide. Japan, a Bitcoin friendly country has classified Bitcoin as foreign currency. This lifts many obstacles for Bitcoin adoption and  Bitcoin has just taken another great leap. ResuPress Inc. the company which operates Coincheck, a Bitcoin payment service, has partnered with Mitsuwa Industry Co. Ltd to allow Japanese users to pay utility …

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    Barclays Uses Blockchain To Conduct Its First Trade Finance Transaction Barclays, the UK banking company, teamed up with an Israeli startup to carry out the bank’s first Blockchain-based trade transaction. This allowed Barclays to send a transaction within minutes, both cost effectively and securely, rather than using the traditional transaction process which normally takes hours …

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    Dark Web: Goodbye Bitcoin, Hello Monero


        The dark web has started to embrace Monero , a privacy-conscious alternative to Bitcoin. Why Monero? Staff members at Alphabay and Oasis say that customers and vendors have simply demanded the Monero option. “It’s a lot more secure than Bitcoin, especially when it comes to obfuscation,” said an anonymous member of the Alphabay …

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    Exchanges are Risky, Where to Store Your Bitcoin? Practical Tips

    The Bitfinex security breach, which led to the cumulative loss of nearly US$70 million, has become a painful but important realization for most Bitcoin users in the community. It has served as an urgent wake-up call for users who have relied on Bitcoin exchanges to store large sums of funds in contempt of several major …

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    Openbazaar: Bitcoin’s Killer App


    Bitcoin’s killer apps are already here. Some big things were made this year in the crypto-world, and they are going to shake up the globe. Distributed peer-to-peer Bitcoin-powered e-commerce platform OpenBazaar just launched. The platform started in 2014 as a peer-to-peer dark market and went through several different iterations since then.  In June 2015 the …

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    NEM: A new kid on the block


    Read more…….. NEM is a new platform, that uses the XEM cryptocurrency. The designers have made a new kind of coin production: Proof of Importance. It is a new concept and details are in the introduction. Some main concepts: In NEM, your computer is watching the ‘Blockchain’. When your computer sees someone spend money, it …

    Continue reading » Save with Bitcoin


    Since Bitcoin’s creation, there are always new services added to the Bitcoin ecosystem. is a service that gives great value to Bitcoiners. They have their own merchants, but also, the user can get a 15% minimum discount on all Amazon products. How it works Firstly, when someone – Alice, say – wants …

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    Why blockchain is so disruptive? Corporate law firms in danger?

    Australia’s top law firms are preparing themselves for the disruption of blockchain-led ‘smart contracts’ with the technology expected to threaten thousands of jobs and the role of lawyers’ intermediating commercial negotiations and disputes that will soon be automated by computers.Australia’s top law firms are preparing themselves for the disruption of blockchain-led ‘smart contracts’ with the …

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