Iyke Aru

Iyke Aru is an author who writes about Bitcoin in Nigeria and Africa in general, an easy going fellow and an enthusiastic entrepreneur. Iyke is an 'out-of-the-box' thinker who likes to always ‘get the job done’. Iyke spends his free time watching or playing footbal.

APR 25, 2017

How Bitcoin Transaction Fees Maintain Decentralization

APR 24, 2017

Scam Alert: Fake Blockchain Conference Angers Bitcoin Community

APR 22, 2017

More Questions for Poloniex As Reasons For Delisting Altcoins Come to Light

APR 18, 2017

Blockchain Transaction Anonymity is Necessary Evil

APR 17, 2017

Bitcoin Company Partners With EU Banks to Improve Wage Payment Solutions

APR 13, 2017

The Big Three: How China, India, Japan Set Pace For Bitcoin

APR 06, 2017

Blockchain Voting May Lead to Liquid Democracy Globally in 20 Years

APR 02, 2017

Ripple Price Surge Continues, Altcoin Takes Advantage Of Bitcoin Scaling Troubles

APR 01, 2017

Onecoin To Be Listed On Coinmarketcap.com, Humbling Ethereum

MAR 31, 2017

Who Should Decide For Bitcoin: True Decentralization Need Not Be Absolute

MAR 30, 2017

Bitcoin Mining in 2017: How to Remain Profitable in Challenging Environment

MAR 29, 2017

How to Make Profit: Basic Rules for Beginners in Bitcoin Trading

MAR 28, 2017

Bitcoin Unlimited vs. SegWit Debate Heats Up, Roger Ver Accusations Trigger Responses

MAR 26, 2017

Bitcoin Truly Decentralized: Fork Of Dash Plans To Lead Community Back to Satoshi

MAR 22, 2017

Bitcoin Hard Fork Will Be Felt Deeper Than Ethereum’s: Experts

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