Forking of Bitcoin’s original chain could become quite the trend in the coming year
New Year Special
Bitcoin’s wild ride in 2017 included a number of notable hard forks from the original Blockchain.
The price of IOTA (MIOTA) drops 15% to below $4.20 as of press time, after reaching an intraday high of $5.03 yesterday
Ronnie Moas, quite happily, keeps changing his mind on where Bitcoin will be in the new year.
Bitcoin is a bubble that will pop because of oversupply, says one analyst.
The mysterious new Bitcoin Diamond hard fork has come into existence, but not much is known about its focus.
Black Friday offers hobby miners a chance to buy high-end GPUs.
Diversification is key in the tug-of-war between BTC and BTH, says Ronnie Moas. So hedge your bets.
Max Keiser is hopeful that Bitcoin could rise to $100,000 in the future, asserting its dominance as the father of crypto.
Famed stock picker Ronnie Moas has had to adjust his Bitcoin forecast for 2018 again; from $11,000 to $14,000
Bitcoin Gold gets its first dedicated wallet from Freewallet.
BitcoinGold gives clarity on the pre/postmine of coins just after the fork.
Companies wanting to raise money may eschew ICOs, launch forks with premines instead.
Major public exchanges do not play around with the vast coins out there, it takes a lot to crack the big time.
Trezor revealed that the source code of Bitcoin Gold (BCG) has been released and that the Trezor wallet will add support for BCG in the upcoming weeks.
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