Analysis is a procedure of dividing a complex topic into several smaller parts in order to improve the understanding of the original question. Analysis is a crucial part of business, economics, computer science, music, math, philosophy and other fields of study. Analysis is widely used in the cryptocurrency industry too. For example, there are numerous kinds of blockchain market analysis made by traders, investors and consultants for improving the understanding of market condition. Analysis of blockchains are mostly performed by computer scientists and developers. Blockchain analysis software helps to gain a better understanding of a cryptocurrency, and to monitor its transactions and risks. Bitcoin analysis tools offer an opportunity of gathering info about transaction time, fees, mining rewards and other important parts of Bitcoin usage for their customers.
Digital Assets Data CEO Mike Alfred explains increased Bitcoin interest from a number of parties.
Mainstream People Coming to Bitcoin, Digital Assets Data CEO Says
New Bitcoin model based around quantum analysis predicts a potential BTC price drop as low as $2,000 before the next bull-run proper starts in 2022.
New Quantum Model for BTC Predicts Bottom in 2021 Before 2022 Bull Run
SBI Holdings started a joint venture fund with Redstone Digital, BitFlyer exchange aired a commercial, and more headlined news from Japan this past week.
Cryptocurrency News From Japan: May 10 - May 16 in Review
The Bitcoin price is surging as the halving approaches, but options data can shed some light on what experts think Bitcoin will do next.
Here Are the Options: Bitcoin Derivatives Give BTC Halving Insight
This is the first part of a deep dive into the years-long debate between proponents of proof-of-work and proof-of-stake. Which one is better and why?
Proof-of-Stake Vs. Proof-of-Work: Which One Is ‘Fairer’?
Cryptocurrencies are like beer in more ways than meet the eye.
If Cryptocurrencies Were Beer…
A new report from OXT Research shows the alleged PlusToken scam dumped BTC on regulated exchanges with KYC.
New PlusToken Report Shows KYC May Be Smoke and Mirrors