Arijit Sarkar is an editor at Cointelegraph. With M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication, he is pursuing his dream of creating a positive difference in the media industry. He also likes riding bikes and writing poems.
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Integrating blockchain-based digital IDs into daily life
The latest software release, named lnd 0.15 beta (v0.15-beta), aims to empower developers to create solutions for more use cases by leveraging the Bitcoin Netwo...
Bitcoin Lightning Network developer updates node software with Taproot support
The key to survival for Bitcoin miners boils down to the delicate balance between the revenue and the operating cash flow.
Bitcoin mining revenue mirrors 2021 lows, right before BTC breached $69K
According to blockchain investigator Packshield, the hacker used a previously withdrawn pledged NFT from the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection as collateral to dr...
Ethereum liquidity provider XCarnival negotiates return of 50% stolen ETH
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Small-time investors achieve the 1 BTC dream as Bitcoin holds $20k range
Witnessing the crypto crashes over the past several weeks from a front-row seat, Bitpanda made the “tough decision” of cutting down its employee headcount to ro...
Bitpanda announces layoffs citing no compromise on product quality
The Bitcoin network recorded the year 2022’s lowest power demand of 10.65 gigawatts. At its peak, the BTC network demanded 16.09 GW of power.
Bitcoin network power demand falls to 10.65GW as hash rate sees 14% drop