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Hi welcome to the CoinMinerz.com Reddit post! Please find below information on our pool and its current offerings. We hope that you will join us and have a happy mining experience :) We are always looking to grow our mining community and welcome any feedback so we can improve our services for our miners. Happy to get coin addition requests and help out the wider crypto community where we can!
Features:
Multi Algo/Coin Pool – PROP Payment System – 1% Fee – No Registration – ASICBoost enabled on all SHA256 pools – Auto Hourly Payments over 0.1 - Friendly & Fast Support via email and Discord – Stratum & Website DOS Protection – Protected by Cloudflare – High difficulty Mining Rig Rentals & Nicehash friendly – Stats auto update across the site – Variable Difficulty Stratums – SSL – Dedicated Coin Pool Pages – Pool News & Updates page – Segregated stratum/web and payment services for each coin to minimize downtime – Payouts are in the currency being mined – Support legacy and new address types – Worker name support and dashboard for each wallet address to track workers.
Algorithms Supported:
SHA256 / Scrypt / X11 / Lyra2v3 / Equihash / ZHash / X16rv2

Coins Supported:
Auroracoin (AUR) – Scrypt (XX46)
Axe (AXE) – X11 (XX59)
Bitcoin (BTC) – SHA256 (XX33) – ASICBoost Enabled
BitcoinAtom (BCA) – SHA256 (XX54) – ASICBoost Enabled
BitcoinCash (BCA) – SHA256 (XX34) – ASICBoost Enabled
BitcoinGold (BTG) – Equihash 144,5/ZHASH (XX44)
BitcoinSV (BSV) – SHA256 (XX64) – ASICBoost Enabled
Cannabiscoin (CANN) – X11 (XX51)
Dash (DASH) – X11 (XX40)
Deutsche eMark (DEM) – SHA256 (XX39) – ASICBoost Enabled
Digibyte (DGB) – Scrypt (XX57)
Digibyte (DGB) –SHA256 (XX37) – ASICBoost Enabled
Dogecoin (DOGE) – Scrypt (XX63)
Einsteinium (EMC) – Scrypt (XX43)
EUNO – (EUNO) – X11 (XX58)
Flo – (FLO) – Scrypt (XX52)
GameCredits (GAME) – Scrypt (XX42)
Hanacoin (HANA) – Lyra2v3 (XX55)
Horizen (ZEN) – Equihash (XX60)
Litecoin (LTC) – Scrypt (XX35)
LitecoinCash (LCC) – SHA256 (XX49) – ASICBoost Enabled
LitecoinPlus (LCP) – Scrypt (XX38)
Mincoin (MNC) – Scrypt (XX53)
Peercoin (PEER) – SHA256 (XX36) – ASICBoost Enabled
Ravencoin (RVN) – X16rv2 (XX61)
Verge (XVG) – Scrypt (XX41)
Vertcoin (VTC) – Lyra2v3 (XX50)
ZCash (ZEC) – Equihash (XX56)

Stratum Addresses & Ports:
stratum+tcp://stratum.coinminerz.com:33XX – Normal mining rigs & GPU’s etc
stratum+tcp://stratum.coinminerz.com:35XX – Mining Rig Rentals / Nicehash etc

Example normal and cloud mining stratum connections for Litecoin:
stratum+tcp://stratum.coinminerz.com:3335
stratum+tcp://stratum.coinminerz.com:3535

Stratum Difficulties:
Scrypt 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.1 - 9999999 | Scrypt 35XX Port Vardiff = 500001 - 9999999
SHA256 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.1 - 9999999 | SHA256 35XX Port Vardiff = 500001 - 9999999
X11 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.1 - 9999999 | X11 35XX Port Vardiff = 32 - 9999999
Lyra2v3 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.1 - 9999999 | Lyra2v3 35XX Port Vardiff = 64 - 9999999
Equihash 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.01 - 9999999 | Equihash 35XX Port Vardiff = 65535 - 9999999
Zhash 33XX Port Vardiff = 0.01 - 9999999 | Zhash 35XX Port Vardiff = 1025 - 9999999
X16rv2 33XX Port Vardiff = 1 - 9999999 | X16rv2 35XX Port Vardiff = 9 - 9999999

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https://coinminerz.com/go (Coins, Algos, Addresses, Ports and Difficulty)

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Kryptowährungen - Vom Einstieg zum passiven Einkommen

Gliederung
  1. Einleitung - Risiko und Chance
  2. Bitcoin kaufen
  3. Lagerung von Kryptowährungen
  4. Passives Einkommen über Cloud-Mining
  5. Fazit und Ausblick
1 Einleitung - Risiko und Chance
In diesem Post möchte ich meinen Einstiegsprozess in die Welt der Kryptowährungen bis hin zu einem kleinen monatlichen Cashflow verständlich und für jeden nachvollziehbar darstellen. Im Netz finden sich hauptsächlich englische Artikel und Forenbeiträge, deshalb besitze ich einen gewissen Anreiz einen vernünftigen Artikel auf Deutsch zu verfassen, der als solcher einen Gesamtüberblick bietet. Wenn mir dieser Versuch gelingt, sollte der Leser eine Übersicht über eine (relativ einfache) Investmentmöglichkeit in Kryptowährungen besitzen. Ich versuche mich so knapp wie möglich zu halten und weitere Fragen über die Kommentarleiste zu beantworten. Außerdem versuche ich, diesen Beitrag so aktuell wie möglich zu halten.
Alle im Artikel vorgestellten Seiten und Portale sind keinesfalls eine Kaufempfehlung, sie sollen dem Leser lediglich einen Überblick über die diversen Möglichkeiten geben. Es bestehen keine Werbeinteressen der genannten Seiten und Links, es sind jedoch die Portale, mit denen ich meinen Einstieg in die Welt der Kryptos gewagt habe.
Zugegeben, den ersten Hype Anfang diesen Jahres habe ich leider verpasst und musste an der Seitenlinie zusehen, wie ein Anstieg des Bitcoins bis auf 20.000 $ erfolgte. Ich kann mich deshalb nicht Bitcoin-Millionär nennen. Der Bitcoin ist sehr volatil (schwankungsanfällig) und stellt aus diesem Grund ein riskantes Investment dar, das im schlimmsten Fall zu einem Totalverlust des eingesetzten Kapitals führen kann. Außerdem stehen diverse Regulierungsversuche der Regierungen aus, die allerdings aufgrund des erreichten Bekanntheitsgrades von Kryptowährungen vermutlich nicht in einem totalen Verbot von Kryptowährungen endet.
Bei aktuell zunehmendem Marktanteil von Bitcion im Vergleich zu den alternativen Währungen ist meiner Ansicht nach ein Einstieg mit Bitcoin als sinnvoll zu erachten. Eine ebenfalls große Chance für die Kryptowährungen ist die aktuelle Diskussion der Krypto ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds). Stand heute (10.08.2018) wurde kein ETF zugelassen, die nächsten Wochen/Monate werden hier entscheidend sein. Zusammenfassend lässt sich gegenüberstellen:
Risiko:
- Volatilität - Totalverlust - Staatliche Regulierungen - Betrugsanfälligkeit
Chance:
+ Volatilität (Trading) + Passives Einkommen + Öffnung des "alten" Finanzmarktes + Generelle Akzeptanz als Zahlungsmittel/Geldanlage + Möglichkeit zur Erweiterung der Diversifizierung der eigenen Geldanlage + Mögliche Krypto ETFs zur breiteren Diversifikation der eigenen Finanzanlage (Depot bei einer Bank benötigt)
2 Bitcoin kaufen
Die erste Frage, die sich mir stellte war: Wo kann ich sicher Bitcoin kaufen?Es gibt bereits einige Plattformen, die es ermöglichen Bitcoin zu kaufen. Mein erster Kauf erfolgte überhttps://www.coinbase.com/. Dort kann entweder per Kreditkarte oder Überweisung bezahlt werden. Hat man noch keine Wallet, kann man seine gekauften Coins auch erst mal hier (sicher) liegen lassen.
Viel mehr möchte ich in diesem Abschnitt auch nicht schreiben, in den Kommentaren können gerne alternative Vorschläge genannt und diskutiert werden.
3 "Lagerung" von Kryptowährungen
Zur Aufbewahrung der eigenen Coins, zunächst Bitcoin, später eventuell auch Altcoins, wird eine Wallet benötigt. Erklärungen zu Wallets finden sich unter diesem Link https://www.kaspersky.de/blog/cryptowallets/16423/. Ich benutze Freewallet, eine online Multiwallet. Bisher bin ich zufrieden, sollte sich etwas ändern, werde ich hier umgehend berichten.
Wichtig: Augen auf bei der Wallet-Wahl. Viele vermeintlich sichere Walletanbieter sind darauf aus, gutgläubige Krypto-Enthusiasten um ihre Coins zu erleichtern. Bei reiner Online Aufbewahrung sollte man sich über die Sicherheitsmaßnahmen der Walletanbieter informieren oder seine Coins bei langem Anlagehorizont gleich offline speichern.
4 Passives Einkommen durch Cloud-Mining
Im Gegensatz zum persönlichen Mining mit einem PC (in Deutschland aufgrund hoher Stromkosten aktuell nicht lukrativ) wird beim Cloud Mining ein Vertrag mit einer Plattform vereinbart, die eine gewünschte Rechenleistung zur Verfügung stellt. Hier habe ich zum Einstieg Minergate gewählt. https://de.minergate.com/
Entgegen vieler (vor allem relativ alten) Posts, die Minergate als Betrugsmasche bezeichnen, kann ich bisher sagen, dass diese Plattform zuverlässig ist. Ein Indikator dafür ist auch, dass sie bereits seit einigen Jahren existiert. Der Support antwortet (mehr oder weniger schnell) auf Anfragen, was meistens ein gutes Zeichen ist. Ebenfalls ein gutes Zeichen ist, dass ich bisher alle Auszahlungen erhalten habe.
Diese Seite bietet meiner Meinung nach den bestmöglichen Einstieg ins Kryptoversum. Es wird eine Miningsoftware angeboten, die ohne Programmieraufwand heruntergeladen werden kann. Jeder der einen PC mit vernünftigem Prozessor und vernünftiger Grafikkarte besitzt kann hier nebenher noch Altcoins minen, wenn er Lust hat.
Über das Portal können lebenslange Cloud-Mining Verträge abgeschlossen werden. Viele Seiten bieten nur begrenzte Verträge an. Einzige Voraussetzung ist, dass die Wartungsgebühr bezahlt wird. Diese wird allerdings automatisch von den täglichen Einkünften abgezogen, sodass man hier nicht selbst aktiv werden muss. Der Abschluss ist denkbar einfach. In der Rubrik Cloud-Mining wird der Vertrag angelegt. Man kann entweder die Hash-Rate wählen oder festlegen wie viele Bitcoin man investieren möchte. Der betreffende Betrag wird per Bitcoin Transaktion an die von Minergate angegebene Wallet Transferiert. Die Transaktion kann direkt von Coinbase getätigt werden oder aus einer persönlichen Wallet erfolgen. Zu beachten sind die Transaktionsgebühren. Die Cions allzuoft hin und her zu schieben ist demnach nicht lukrativ. Bei pünktlichem Zahlungseingang wird am Folgetag der Vertrag aktiviert und generiert von nun an täglich einen kleinen Betrag an Bitcoin. Beim aktuellen Preis (10.08.2018) von 6.500 $ pro BTC ist ein ROI (Return on Investment) in etwa 1 Jahr abzusehen. Außerdem können Einkünfte, die bei Minergate generiert werden, direkt in neue Mining Verträge reinvestiert werden. Wie viel ein Vertrag abwirft kann über den auf der Hompage integrierten Rechner anhand der Hash-Rate ermittelt werden.
Tipp: Die Volatilität ausnutzen und nach einem Anstieg des Bitcoin einen neuen Vertrag abschließen um mehr Rechenleistung zu erhalten.
Alle Steuerfragen werden hier geklärt: https://www.finanzgefluester.de/besteuerung-von-cloud-mining/
5 Fazit und Ausblick
Zusammenfassend lässt sich sagen, dass das Cloud Mining für mich bisher tadellos funktioniert und jeden Monat einen geringen Cash-Flow generiert, der mit jedem Reinvest ansteigt. Falls dieser Beitrag hier gutes Feedback einbringt und eine konstruktive Diskussion stattfindet könnte ich mir vorstellen weitere Beiträge zu diesem Thema zu verfassen.Bei Fragen und Anregungen bitte gerne die Kommentarspalte nutzen. Viel Erfolg beim Investieren und Minen!
Abschließend möchte ich nochmal darauf hinweisen, dass in diesem Artikel meine persönliche Einschätzung einer positiven Zukunft der Kryptowährungen repräsentiert wird. Ich bin zum aktuellen Zeitpunkt investiert und somit möglicherweise befangen, weshalb hier keine Kaufempfehlung ausgesprochen wird. Ein Investment (auch mein Investment) in diesem Bereich stellt ein hohes Risiko dar und kann zum Totalverlust des eingesetzten Kapitals führen.
Edit: Ich habe meine Referral-Links aufgrund der Forenregeln herausgenommen. Falls jemand Interesse hat sich auf den genannten Seiten zu registrieren und sich über die Referral-Links bei mir erkenntlich zeigen möchte, dem schicke ich sie per PN.
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Top World Cryptocurrency Events

Blockchain sphere spread to offline for a long time ago. If you are tired of searching for crypto forums, contests and other events to visit, SwapSpace has already picked up information about the most popular huge crypto events worldwide.
We find out TOP annual events. Check out the list and just choose the most suitable one to go.
  1. Blockchain EXPO
Is Europe’s largest annual international Blockchain Conference
About
Blockchain EXPO is one of the largest blockchain conferences and exhibitions in Europe dedicated to the future of corporate technology.
Leading experts of blockchain industry will give presentations, case studies in the field of the latest technologies and interactive group discussions will be presented. Seminars will also be held on research in the industries that will be most affected by this new technology, including legal sector, trade and real estate, financial services, healthcare, insurance, and much more, and even art.
Thematic blocks of the event include cryptocurrency and financial services, Blockchain for enterprises, businesses, Blockchain platform and strategies, development of Blockchain apps & technologies, Blockchain seminars; as well as a zone of innovation and investors.
Within two days, the event will feature top-level content from leading world brands in the field of advanced blockchain technologies.
It is worth noting that the Blockchain EXPO event is held in collab with IoT Tech Expo, 5g, AI & Big Data Expo and Cyber ​​Security & Cloud Expo, which you can learn about several technologies at once in one place.
500+ Speakers
Among them: John Calian, Senior Vice President | Head of T-Labs & The Blockchain Group | Deutsche Telekom AG;
Andrei Bolocan, Technology Specialist Supply Chain | The HEINEKEN Company;
Arwen Smit, EMEA Lead Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative | MOBI,
Dimitri De Jonghe Co-Founder | Head of Research BigchainDB | Ocean Protocol, Michelle Chivunga Chair — International Committee The British Blockchain Association.
Next Event: 1–2 JULY | 2020 | Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  1. Blockchain Life
Blockchain Life is another one of the largest in Europe international forums dedicated to cryptocurrencies, mining and blockchain at all.
About
Annually, the forum becomes the largest and most significant event of the blockchain industry in Europe.
The forum brings together world leaders and those who are just starting to become interested in the industry of blockchains and cryptocurrencies. It gathers up to 6000 participants from more than 70 countries.
Blockchain Life units world industry leaders, miners, business owners, blockchain developers, investors. It is a platform not only for professionals but for beginners also.
During 3 years of its existence, the forum became an international platform for the development of hundreds industry companies, a place for meeting market leaders with government officials, for the contracts conclusion that influences the global technology development.
Forum also includes Startup contest, where you can show your project and find investors.
Speakers
Among them: Felix Mago, co-founder Dash;
Roger Ver, CEO bitcoin.com;
Xinxi Wang, manager Litecoin Foundation;
Tim Draper, venture capitalist, founder of Draper Associates, DFJ & Draper University and others.
The last event was recent, 15–17 OCTOBER | 2019 | Moscow, Russia.
Next Event: next year, somewhere in Europe.
  1. The North American Bitcoin Conference
About
TNABC is one of the most important crypto meetups. The conference is dedicated to a wide range of topics, in particular, blockchain technologies, ICO specifics, features of Bitcoin and Ethereum, token sale mechanisms, investment and regulation.
Over the course of two days, speakers present their reports in 20-minute slots. Among them are the world most famous speakers, including CEOs, investors, government officials.
In a spacious exhibition hall, conference participants will be able to meet and chat with representatives of the most influential companies that set the tone in the cryptocurrency sphere.
Speakers 150+ speakers, among them: Harry Yen, Managing Director Binary Financial;
Jeff Mackdonald, Co-founder NEM Foundation;
Colleen Sullivan, Partner & CEO CMT Digital;
Vitalik Buterin, Co-founder Ethereum; and others.
Next Event: 15–17 JANUARY | 2020 | USA, Miami.
  1. Next Block Conference
About
NEXT BLOCK is one of the most popular annual worldwide crypto events, which include various programs every year.
NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 “Affiliate Marketing in the Crypto Age” will be dedicated to CRYPTO and AFFILIATE. At the event, experts will discuss synergies and prospects for 2020. In addition, you can be represented in the exhibition area, where you will have the opportunity to show yourself to young professionals and move up the career ladder.
The conference lasts one day, followed by the AW event, which will be dedicated to affiliate marketing, gambling and contracts in the Crypto era, and will include discussions leading to the mega event.
At the event, experts raise the most relevant topics and each participant can take part in solving the problem.
This is an opportunity to communicate with movers and shakers of both crypto and partner worlds.
Speakers: 500+, among them:
Neo Say Wei, Chief Executive Officer — Neo & Partners Global and RF International Holdings; Giacomo Arcaro, №1 European ICO Growth Hacker, ICO STO Advisor, University Professor;
Felix Mago, Co-Founder of Dash Thailand;
Eloisa Marchesoni, Europe n. 1 Token Model Architect;
Itay Adam Owner of Adam Tech Media and product launch campaigner.
Next Event: DECEMBER, 3 | 2020 | Bangkok, Thailand.
  1. Blockchain Live
About
Blockchain Live is an innovative festival of content and collaboration that brings together a fragmented ecosystem to hold meaningful discussions and debates about how best to expedite the global implementation of blockchain.
Festival includes 5 Content Stages: Business Summit, Tech Connect Stage, Future Finance Stage, Crypto Impact Stage, GovChain Stage.
Festival program will provide an open-plan educational and networking environment that allows for more hands-on training, meaningful discussion and face-to-face meetings between participants and exhibitors, and will lead an honest discussion about the problems and benefits.
Unlike many other blockchain events, Blockchain Live does not dilute its content with joint technology demonstrations or overly crypto-oriented content. Instead, Blockchain Live focuses solely on the business potential of blockchain & DLT, encouraging conversations and debates about blockchain technology, while at the same time allowing hype and challenging critics to educate, improve their skills and direct long-term thinking on the strategic benefits of blockchain for business, governments and societies.
Speakers
Lucie Munier, Lead Project Manager | GovChain Research
Naeem Aslam, Columnist | Forbes
Nadeem Ladki, Director of Business Development | Ripple
Caroline Casey, VP, Innovation, Partnerships and Labs — Europe | Mastercard
Don Tapscott, Blockchain Live Festival Headliner — Co-Founder & Executive Chairman | Blockchain Research Institute, Co-Author Blockchain Revolution
Next Event: AUTUMN | 2020 | London, United Kingdom. The date would be announced soon.
  1. Devcon
Devcon is the Ethereum conference for developers, researchers, thinkers, and makers.
About
Devcon is an annual event held by the Ethereum Foundation. For new explorers of the Ethereum space, Devcon is an intensive introduction to new worlds of thought. For those already embedded, it is a family reunion and a source of energy and creativity.
Programming covers content ranging from the deeply technical to the profoundly human. This is a conference for builders of all kinds: developers, designers, researchers, client implementers, test engineers, infrastructure operators, community organizers, social economists and artists.
We host Devcon to educate and empower the community to build and use decentralized systems. Our goal is to push the boundaries of possibility in our mission to bring decentralized protocols, tools, and culture to the world.
Speakers:
Vitalik Buterin, Creator Ethereum | Ethereum Foundation,
Audrey Tang, Taiwan Digital Minister,
Micah White, Co-Creator of Occupy Wall Street | Activist Grad School,
Zoë Hitzig, PhD candidate in Economics | Harvard,
Andreea Minca, Associate Professor | Cornell University.
The last event was on October 8–11, 2019 at ATC Hall 2 Chome 1–10 Nankokita, Suminoe Ward. Osaka, Japan.
Next Event: Next year, the date would be determined later.
There are much more large crypto contests and festivals, and it’s almost impossible to select it by particular criteria, so we chose the most outstanding events to give you the ability to determine the most suitable for you.
List of hugest crypto events
If you still haven’t decided what the event you’re gonna visit, you can have a look at the list of events from CoinMarketCap: https://coinmarketcap.com/events/
So, now you’ll probably find the most suitable event for you. Stay with SwapSpace, check out for the hot news.

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Top World Cryptocurrency Events

Blockchain sphere spread to offline for a long time ago. If you are tired of searching for crypto forums, contests and other events to visit, SwapSpace has already picked up information about the most popular huge crypto events worldwide.
We find out TOP annual events. Check out the list and just choose the most suitable one to go.
  1. Blockchain EXPO
Is Europe’s largest annual international Blockchain Conference
About
Blockchain EXPO is one of the largest blockchain conferences and exhibitions in Europe dedicated to the future of corporate technology.
Leading experts of blockchain industry will give presentations, case studies in the field of the latest technologies and interactive group discussions will be presented. Seminars will also be held on research in the industries that will be most affected by this new technology, including legal sector, trade and real estate, financial services, healthcare, insurance, and much more, and even art.
Thematic blocks of the event include cryptocurrency and financial services, Blockchain for enterprises, businesses, Blockchain platform and strategies, development of Blockchain apps & technologies, Blockchain seminars; as well as a zone of innovation and investors.
Within two days, the event will feature top-level content from leading world brands in the field of advanced blockchain technologies.
It is worth noting that the Blockchain EXPO event is held in collab with IoT Tech Expo, 5g, AI & Big Data Expo and Cyber ​​Security & Cloud Expo, which you can learn about several technologies at once in one place.
500+ Speakers
Among them: John Calian, Senior Vice President | Head of T-Labs & The Blockchain Group | Deutsche Telekom AG;
Andrei Bolocan, Technology Specialist Supply Chain | The HEINEKEN Company;
Arwen Smit, EMEA Lead Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative | MOBI,
Dimitri De Jonghe Co-Founder | Head of Research BigchainDB | Ocean Protocol, Michelle Chivunga Chair — International Committee The British Blockchain Association.
Next Event: 1–2 JULY | 2020 | Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  1. Blockchain Life
Blockchain Life is another one of the largest in Europe international forums dedicated to cryptocurrencies, mining and blockchain at all.
About
Annually, the forum becomes the largest and most significant event of the blockchain industry in Europe.
The forum brings together world leaders and those who are just starting to become interested in the industry of blockchains and cryptocurrencies. It gathers up to 6000 participants from more than 70 countries.
Blockchain Life units world industry leaders, miners, business owners, blockchain developers, investors. It is a platform not only for professionals but for beginners also.
During 3 years of its existence, the forum became an international platform for the development of hundreds industry companies, a place for meeting market leaders with government officials, for the contracts conclusion that influences the global technology development.
Forum also includes Startup contest, where you can show your project and find investors.
Speakers
Among them: Felix Mago, co-founder Dash;
Roger Ver, CEO bitcoin.com;
Xinxi Wang, manager Litecoin Foundation;
Tim Draper, venture capitalist, founder of Draper Associates, DFJ & Draper University and others.
The last event was recent, 15–17 OCTOBER | 2019 | Moscow, Russia.
Next Event: next year, somewhere in Europe.
  1. The North American Bitcoin Conference
About
TNABC is one of the most important crypto meetups. The conference is dedicated to a wide range of topics, in particular, blockchain technologies, ICO specifics, features of Bitcoin and Ethereum, token sale mechanisms, investment and regulation.
Over the course of two days, speakers present their reports in 20-minute slots. Among them are the world most famous speakers, including CEOs, investors, government officials.
In a spacious exhibition hall, conference participants will be able to meet and chat with representatives of the most influential companies that set the tone in the cryptocurrency sphere.
Speakers 150+ speakers, among them: Harry Yen, Managing Director Binary Financial;
Jeff Mackdonald, Co-founder NEM Foundation;
Colleen Sullivan, Partner & CEO CMT Digital;
Vitalik Buterin, Co-founder Ethereum; and others.
Next Event: 15–17 JANUARY | 2020 | USA, Miami.
  1. Next Block Conference
About
NEXT BLOCK is one of the most popular annual worldwide crypto events, which include various programs every year.
NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 “Affiliate Marketing in the Crypto Age” will be dedicated to CRYPTO and AFFILIATE. At the event, experts will discuss synergies and prospects for 2020. In addition, you can be represented in the exhibition area, where you will have the opportunity to show yourself to young professionals and move up the career ladder.
The conference lasts one day, followed by the AW event, which will be dedicated to affiliate marketing, gambling and contracts in the Crypto era, and will include discussions leading to the mega event.
At the event, experts raise the most relevant topics and each participant can take part in solving the problem.
This is an opportunity to communicate with movers and shakers of both crypto and partner worlds.
Speakers: 500+, among them:
Neo Say Wei, Chief Executive Officer — Neo & Partners Global and RF International Holdings; Giacomo Arcaro, №1 European ICO Growth Hacker, ICO STO Advisor, University Professor;
Felix Mago, Co-Founder of Dash Thailand;
Eloisa Marchesoni, Europe n. 1 Token Model Architect;
Itay Adam Owner of Adam Tech Media and product launch campaigner.
Next Event: DECEMBER, 3 | 2020 | Bangkok, Thailand.
  1. Blockchain Live
About
Blockchain Live is an innovative festival of content and collaboration that brings together a fragmented ecosystem to hold meaningful discussions and debates about how best to expedite the global implementation of blockchain.
Festival includes 5 Content Stages: Business Summit, Tech Connect Stage, Future Finance Stage, Crypto Impact Stage, GovChain Stage.
Festival program will provide an open-plan educational and networking environment that allows for more hands-on training, meaningful discussion and face-to-face meetings between participants and exhibitors, and will lead an honest discussion about the problems and benefits.
Unlike many other blockchain events, Blockchain Live does not dilute its content with joint technology demonstrations or overly crypto-oriented content. Instead, Blockchain Live focuses solely on the business potential of blockchain & DLT, encouraging conversations and debates about blockchain technology, while at the same time allowing hype and challenging critics to educate, improve their skills and direct long-term thinking on the strategic benefits of blockchain for business, governments and societies.
Speakers
Lucie Munier, Lead Project Manager | GovChain Research
Naeem Aslam, Columnist | Forbes
Nadeem Ladki, Director of Business Development | Ripple
Caroline Casey, VP, Innovation, Partnerships and Labs — Europe | Mastercard
Don Tapscott, Blockchain Live Festival Headliner — Co-Founder & Executive Chairman | Blockchain Research Institute, Co-Author Blockchain Revolution
Next Event: AUTUMN | 2020 | London, United Kingdom. The date would be announced soon.
  1. Devcon
Devcon is the Ethereum conference for developers, researchers, thinkers, and makers.
About
Devcon is an annual event held by the Ethereum Foundation. For new explorers of the Ethereum space, Devcon is an intensive introduction to new worlds of thought. For those already embedded, it is a family reunion and a source of energy and creativity.
Programming covers content ranging from the deeply technical to the profoundly human. This is a conference for builders of all kinds: developers, designers, researchers, client implementers, test engineers, infrastructure operators, community organizers, social economists and artists.
We host Devcon to educate and empower the community to build and use decentralized systems. Our goal is to push the boundaries of possibility in our mission to bring decentralized protocols, tools, and culture to the world.
Speakers:
Vitalik Buterin, Creator Ethereum | Ethereum Foundation,
Audrey Tang, Taiwan Digital Minister,
Micah White, Co-Creator of Occupy Wall Street | Activist Grad School,
Zoë Hitzig, PhD candidate in Economics | Harvard,
Andreea Minca, Associate Professor | Cornell University.
The last event was on October 8–11, 2019 at ATC Hall 2 Chome 1–10 Nankokita, Suminoe Ward. Osaka, Japan.
Next Event: Next year, the date would be determined later.
There are much more large crypto contests and festivals, and it’s almost impossible to select it by particular criteria, so we chose the most outstanding events to give you the ability to determine the most suitable for you.
List of hugest crypto events
If you still haven’t decided what the event you’re gonna visit, you can have a look at the list of events from CoinMarketCap: https://coinmarketcap.com/events/
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[CRYPTOFIT - Reddit Regeln]

Die wichtigste Regel zu erst:
Bevor du etwas postest, bitte benutze die Suchfunktion!
Herzlich willkommen!
Wir sind eine deutschsprachiges Sub, das sich dem Thema Blockchain widmet und für all diejenigen ist, die an nüchternen Informationen, Wissen und dem Austausch zu legitimen Kryptowährungen und anderen Blockchainthemen interessiert sind.
Die wichtigsten Regeln:
Wohnzimmerregel: Alles was man in einem Wohnzimmer unter Freunden NICHT macht, ist auch hier nicht erlaubt. Also: KEIN Beschimpfen und KEINE persönlichen Attacken.
Kommentare über Religion und Politik werden sofort gelöscht.
KEIN Posten bzw. Bewerben von Scams, Abzocken, MlM-, Cloud-Mining- , Affiliate- oder Reflinks sowie Pyramidensystemen – ein Verstoß führt zum Ausschluss aus dem Sub. Des Weiteren dulden wir keine Posts zu Produkten, wie Hardware-Wallets, Trading-Tools, etc. – wir sind keine Verkaufsplattform.
Diskussionen finden im Sub statt! Nachrichten wie z.B „Hey ich helfe dir gerne in einer privaten Nachricht“, sind nicht gestattet und werden, auf Grund möglicher SCAM Versuche gelöscht. Wenn euch Leute aus dem Sub anschreiben, um euch etwas anzudrehen, meldet das den Moderatoren sofort!
Das Teilen von Links zu Pump-and-Dump-Gruppen sowie die Aufforderung zum Beitritt solcher Gruppen führen zum Ausschluss aus dem Sub.
Wenn ihr Webseiten verlinkt, schreibt bitte kurz dazu (mind. 2 Sätze), um was genau es sich handelt. Wir löschen jeden Beitrag, in dem bloß ein Link geteilt wird. Falls es sich um eine englische Quelle handelt, sollte dazu eine kurze Zusammenfassung von mind. 3 Sätzen auf Deutsch geschrieben werden.
Posts, die zu einer Bewertung des Portfolios auffordern, werden gelöscht. Es kann gerne über aktuelle Tokens diskutiert werden, aber explizite Portfolio-Bewertungen sind nicht mehr zugelassen.
Diskussionen und gegensätzliche Meinungen sind im höflichen Ton erwünscht!
http://www.coinmarketcap.com gibt euch die Auskunft, die ihr braucht, um Infos zu eurem Coin zu finden. Dazu gehören der Link zur offiziellen Homepage, auf welcher ihr dann meist auch alle passenden Wallets findet, und eine Liste aller Exchanges, über welche der Coin erworben werden kann.
Dasselbe gilt für einfach Fragen wie „Was haltet ihr von Coin xy?”. Bitte setzt euch zuerst selber mit eurer Frage und dem Coin auseinander. Bietet der Community einen Mehrwert, indem ihr sie über einen Coin aufklärt und so gegebenenfalls das Interesse anderer weckt. Dann erst sollte über den Coin diskutiert werden.
Sollte es für einen Coin wichtige Neuigkeiten geben, schaut bitte nach (mit der Suchfunktion), ob diese Information an diesem Tag schon gepostet wurde – oftmals kommt es zu einer zahlreichen Wiederholung der gleichen Nachricht.
Eigenwerbung ist nicht erlaubt, egal ob es um Gruppenlinks/Veranstaltungen/BücheYouTube-Kanäle oder ähnliche Dinge geht. Ich denke, wir alle können verstehen das Julian durch den Mehrwert seiner Beiträge und das Aufbauen dieses Sub diesbezüglich eine Ausnahme bildet.
Dieses Sub ist eine allgemeines Sub über Kryptowährungen, um alle #CRYPTOFIT zu machen und ist keine Support- oder Community-Sub von TenX.
Bei kontroversen Themen, wie z.B. der Einführung einer Kryptowährung in einem politisch fragwürdigen Staat, bitte beim Thema bleiben. In diesem Beispiel hat die Diskussion über den Staat selbst nichts verloren.
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Steuerfragen/-diskussionen werden nicht mehr zugelassen, außer es handelt sich um ein offizielles Statement von einer anerkannten Quelle.
Die Suchfunktion bleibt weiterhin das wichtigste Instrument des Subs. Bitte sucht vorher nach eurem Thema, bevor ihr einen Beitrag postet. Viele Themen wurden oft schon mehrfach besprochen.
Veranstalte keine CryptoNights, Stammtische, MeetUps, o.a. in unserem Namen (TenX/I-Unlimited/Dr. Julian Hosp) ohne Absprache: Krypto-Treffen sind super und bieten die Möglichkeit von viel Austausch. Daher ist eine Teilnahme bei solchen oder gar Organisation eines solchen Events empfehlenswert. Achte dabei unbedingt darauf, dass dies nicht in unserem Namen geschieht! Offizielle #cryptofit Events werden immer in der Facebook-Gruppe und hier auf reddit angekündigt. Sollte dir ein #cryptofit-Event auffallen, welches nicht von Julian, Dominik oder Patricia gepostet wurde, so zögere nicht und melde es uns direkt!
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Als Krypto-Neuling lohnt es sich, zuallererst diese Webinare anzusehen:
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EINFÜHRUNG ZU BITCOIN & BLOCKCHAIN:
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In case you missed it: Major Crypto and Blockchain News from the week ending 12/14/2018

Developments in Financial Services

Regulatory Environment

General News


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Cryptocurrency Weekly Recap

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Questions about technical / political / economic / "game theory" aspects of BU & ViaBTC. (1) With BU, can non-mining (full) nodes influence blocksize? (2) Should ViaBTC open-source their private relay network software? (3) Which is more anti-fragile: a ViaBTC/BU future, or a Core/SegWit future?

Some of these issues were raised briefly in today's AMA with Haipo Yang, founder and CEO of ViaBTC:
Mining vs non-mining nodes
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/5ddiqw/im_haipo_yang_founder_and_ceo_of_viabtc_ask_me/da3wszm/
What do you think of the influence of non-mining node operators under Bitcoin Unlimited's model for voting on maximum block size? Do you think that non-mining nodes signaling for a certain size would truly motivate miners to not exceed that size?
~ u/ChronosCrypto (Bitcoin Vlogger)
I believe that with the Bitcoin Unlimited method, the influence of non-mining nodes on the block size is very limited.
~ u/ViaBTC
ViaBTC's closed-source relay network
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/5ddiqw/im_haipo_yang_founder_and_ceo_of_viabtc_ask_me/da3uvpv/
Are you using the Bitcoin FIBRE relay network bitcoinfibre.org?
~ u/core_negotiator (Note: This person is not a "Core negotiator". There is no such thing.)
No, we use our own system [which was] developed by myself. It is much better.
~ u/ViaBTC
[Have you] Thought about having that incorporated into BU (even giving access to BU miners)? I ask because looking at some of your pool's first-job times, it looks your system is quite impressive and it'd be a massive slap in the face for core's RN et al
~ u/pekatete
I am very happy that other pool would like join our network.
~ u/ViaBTC
Why don't you open source it to help improve the network?
~ u/messiano84
haha so when will you open source it?
~ u/yeh-nah-yeh
Should we be concerned that ViaBTC will have a lot of hashing power - and they will be using a private, close-source relay network?
There is probably a lot of discussion we could have on this topic.
I like ViaBTC - but it seems strange that he did not address this point very much in his AMA.
Are we going to have to "trust ViaBTC" now and "trust" their closed-source private relay network software?
This seems like this would be a point of centralization / vulnerability in the network - where ViaBTC could abuse his power, or other players could attack ViaBTC, and harm Bitcoin itself.
How does BU "signaling" work - in a non-mining (fully-validating) node, vs a mining node.
One question quoted above from the AMA was:
Do you think that non-mining nodes signaling for a certain size would truly motivate miners to not exceed that size?
I understand there are multiple parameters involved in "signaling":
  • EB = excessive blocksize
  • AD = acceptance depth
(Are there other parameters too? I can't remember.)
Here is a Medium post by ViaBTC where he proposes some strategies for setting these parameters, in order to safely hard fork to bigger blocks with BU:
Miner Guide: How to Safely Hard Fork to Bitcoin Unlimited
https://medium.com/@ViaBTC/miner-guide-how-to-safely-hard-fork-to-bitcoin-unlimited-8ac1570dc1a8#.akijaiba7
Could we have some more discussion on how "signaling for" blocksizes works - under various possible future scenarios (optimistic / pessimistic... likely / unlikely / black-swan)?
There are various future scenarios (after the network has eventually / presumably forked from Core to BU) where people could use BU's parameters to realize certain results on the network.
(1) What are some of those future scenarios?
  • economic / political / technical events which could abruptly affect Bitcoin network traffic
    • already: Chinese currency (Yuan) dropping against US currency (dollar)
    • already: India demonetizing Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes
    • likely: major ETF getting approved in the US (Winklevoss or other)
    • possible: additional spam attacks on the Bitcoin network
    • ...from white hats (testing the system; pointing out vulnerabilities; making a statement)
    • ...from black hats (another coin; a bot-net; pro-Core and/or anti-BU users; state / corporate actors; Mircea Popescu?)
    • black swan: some government does something weird & unexpected impacting financial markets and/or Bitcoin
    • ... Trump administration : some high-level person (who's actually just an alt-right blogger that Trump hired to run some major governnent department) makes some crazy pronouncement / ruling about the internet / about the markets (FCC eliminates network neutrality? T-Bill sale fails?)
    • ... Fed : rate hike? more helicopter money?
    • ... Europe : Deutsche Bank collapses? Merkel / ECB decides to rescue / not rescue them? bail-ins?
    • ... China : China bans Bitcoin again? releases their own crypto? imposes new capital controls? Bitcoin price goes moon and CNY crashes so Chinese govt imposes emergency ban on all traffic across Great Firewall - cutting off 80% of mining from the West?
    • ... Russian hackers? some 400 pound guy on his bed? 4chan? whoever took down a big chunk of the DNS a few weeks ago?
(2) What are some possible (typical, atypical... benevolent, malicious... altruistic, selfish... defensive, proactive... pessimistic, optimistic ) BU parameter-setting strategies which people might adopt in those scenarios?
  • Which software is more safe / more dangerous... more anti-fragile / more fragile in the above scenarios?
    • Core/SegWit 1-1.7M blocksize (assuming wallet / exchange software gets upgraded for SegWit)?
    • users "signaling for" blocksize on the network using parameters in Bitcoin Unlimited?
(3) Can we start putting together a comprehensive strategic "threat (and opportunity) assessment" on those various possible future scenarios / strategies - ranking various threats (and opportunities) in terms of impact as well as probability?
  • How would the network react to threats/opportunities using BU (with most mining still concentrated in China, and maybe also concetrated on ViaBTC's private closed-source relay network)?
  • How would the network react to threats/opportunities using Core/SegWit?
(4) A lot of the discussion about BU is among miners - mostly in China - and maybe later many miners will be using the ViaBTC pool - which is also offering a cloud mining option... so perhaps it is normal & expected that most of the discussion about BU parameters revolves around miners.
  • What about non-mining (fully-validating) nodes in a BU world?
  • What about SPV clients and servers in a BU world?
  • Do non-mining (fully-validating) nodes also have some role to play in helping to set the blocksize, and helping to secure and grow the network, based on setting BU parameters? Or with BU, only the miners decide?
  • Can non-mining (fully-validating) nodes prevent blocks from getting too big?
  • How would SPV clients and servers work in a BU world? Can they actively participate in helping to decide blocksize?
(5) Does BU give miners "all the power" - and so blocksize goes to 2 MB, 4 MB, 8 MB - and then some users from low-bandwidth geographic regions can no longer run full nodes at home?
(6) If we have a period of 1-2 weeks where "bigger blocks" get mined (eg, 2 MB, or 4 MB), and then we decide we don't like it, can everyone "signal for" smaller blocks after a couple of weeks of bigger blocks? Can the chain reverts to a smaller blocksize, after a brief, one-week "bulge" of bigger blocks?
(7) If we have an isolated incident where a single very-big block gets appended to the chain & accepted to a sufficient depth (say, an 8 MB block or a 32 MB, that some miner somehow managed get accepted on the chain)
  • Can the chain revert to smaller blocks after an isolated incident of one very-big block?
  • Or are we "stuck" with that bigger blocksize forever, simply because one got mined in the past?
(8) Remember BitPay Adaptive Blocksize? One of the nice things about it was that its consensus-forming mechanism was based on taking a median of what people were signalling - and the median is a more robust statistic (harder to fake/sybil?).
Can any ideas from BitPay Adaptive Blocksize (eg, using the median) be incorporated into Bitcoin Unlimited?
These are just some initial questions.
Other people probably have many more.
Hopefully we can have some good discussion and analysis, so we can keep the network safe & growing.
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Note on the Flash Crash:
On August 18th the Bitcoin market experienced a flash crash on a number of exchanges, led by Bitfinex. It appears, according to swap data there was a number of large positions which closed in tandem causing a whipsaw effect, accelerated by market panic. Thankfully it does appear this was an isolated issue, and not a fundamental break down of the market. The price touched $160s on Bitfinex, and has since recovered to the $230 region, signaling this may have been entirely a result of an issue with an exchange or exchanges. We’ll know more in the coming days, but at this time we believe this to be the case. We’ve selected Bitstamp for our charts, as it did not have as drastic a reaction which can affect technical analysis.
Fundamental Analysis:
The entire setup of the market is clouded with bearish sentiment amplified the impacts of the BitLicense and the news of the first Bitcoin-XT Block being mined. Here is a review of what has happened fundamentally in the market over the past week and a half. On a global scale, the acceptance of Bitcoin in many countries has been on the rise as weaker economies are evidently turning to cryptocurrencies as their exit option, indicated by the increase in the trading volumes of Latin American Countries. The high inflation rate and unstable economy in countries like Argentina and Brazil have caused a massive surge in the trading volumes of Bitcoins in Latin America increasing more than 120%. This might be a reverberation from the increased number of newly registered users in Greece over the past few weeks which increased by 600%. In Europe, despite Germany’s recent negative press about Greek bailout, Berlin remains one of the major attractions for Venture Capitalists, with Bitcoin Startups and the overall ecosystem continuing to prosper. With more than $2.2 Billion invested in startups in Germany and a considerable percentage of them being Bitcoin startups, the future of cryptocurrency in Germany looks promising.
The surprise “one off depreciation” of the Yuan by the People’s Bank of China early in the week led to price divergences and limited bull runs in USD and CNY exchanges as people invested with Yuan saw the Bitcoin market as a good hedging opportunity. Adding to the already strengthening sentiment of growing Venture Capital investments in bitcoin, Japanese exchange ‘bitFlyer’ was able to raise $4 million for their next round of funding, despite the ripples caused by the arrest of Mark Karpeles, former CEO of Mt Gox earlier this month. Bitcoin got a boost from more traditional finance firm PricewaterhouseCooper’s which promoted the use of Bitcoin and Blockchain Technologies for its clients. The report stated categorically that Cryptocurrencies open the door for revolutionary technological possibilities and would disrupt the existing financial Industry in a positive way. With things going awry after the BitLicense debacle, the long awaited Gemini Exchange is a ray of hope for the residents of New York with the Winklevoss twins filing the paperwork for operating an exchange in New York in accordance with the new policies.
Edward Snowden’s statements about bitcoin, particularly saying that the technology is inherently flawed citing the ‘51 % mining attack’ as a structural weakness problem created negative sentiment in mainstream press. On the positive side, he added that the basic principles of systems based on decentralized tokenization models might continually provide more value to society. In the midst of the negative mainstream sentiment Bitcoin XT released their completed version of the software on the 15th of August. Unfortunately, many mainstream articles surfaced calling the first Bitcoin-XT block meaning Bitcoin has forked. On one hand it is a vote for the change in protocol, but the network, almost exclusively, continue to run on the core implementation. Predictions say the full switch could happen mid-2016, but the exaggerated news has had a short term impact on the mainstream perception of Bitcoin and potentially the market.
While things were already looking tight because of BitLicense, The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), has issued a new ruling stating startups seeking to tokenize commodities for Blockchain based trading have to be licensed in all the 50 states. On the heels of new regulation, SABR, a New York Based startup has just raised one million dollars to fulfill its goal of providing law enforcement with a view beneath the surface of multiple block chains. SABR aims to detect and prevent bitcoin and other digital currencies being used for illicit purposes. How these developments in regulation and security will help or harm the bitcoin community will be seen in due time.
Technical Analysis:
Long Term:
On a weekly scale, the market has been predominantly sideways with choppy moves from 255-271, until finally completing the bearish arc of the sideways swing by breaking the support zone around 250 and trading at 220 levels. The Bollinger bands in the weekly chart still remain parallel showing that the market is in the expected zone and judging by the regression lines, is setting up for a bull trend after consolidation. On a long term scale, taking a position right now for a long term trade would be premature as the sentiment in the market is not clear. The RSI is approaching the oversold region while the MACD just took a bearish turn without crossing the zero line. The proper indication for setting up long term trades would be reading the setup of the market in terms of 5 SMA and Bollinger bands. As soon as both Bollinger Bands and the 5 SMA become trending in the upward direction after significant consolidation, entering into trades with a long term plan is more justified. Proper entry points for such trades would be around the 217 region with stops below 214. If the market is trending, possible exit points could be 255, 271 and 317.
If the market breaks to the downside, breaking the support zone at 217, weekly lower Bollinger band and previous swing lows are possible targets.
Midterm:
If we look at the daily chart, the break of the zone of support around 250-255 signaled move in the market that has the run the price down to 221. The reversal was very quick with less volume, showing that the 217-220 zone is a good support zone which can be tested soon because of the still trending bearish setup in the daily chart. With the Bollinger bands and SMA’s pointing downwards, the setup is going to remain bearish for some time until a base of consolidation is formed. The descending triangle as shown in the daily chart between the downward trendline and support line at 217 might result in higher volumes being traded in the coming days. In which direction the break out would be or the setup would change will depend on how the market approaches the vertex of the triangle. The MACD is showing a bearish signal in the short term and the RSI crossed 30 into the oversold region but is now coming close to leaving the oversold region. In the medium term, it appears that it is going to be bearish/sideways for some time.
A trade setup shorting at the 5 SMA cross and looking for positions on the retracements was a good opportunity during the sell off.
Short term:
The market crashed by a huge percentage on Tuesday when the trading price of Bitcoin dropping to the 160s on some exchanges, although Bitstamp did not have as severe a reaction. Though it was immediately backed by a green retracement candle, the sentiment is predominantly bearish even in the 240 minute chart with little corrections. The market is expected to trade in this range for some time before either consolidating and going for a reversal or crashing down further. Some of the good trades in this range would be picking longs on the support level until the market closes in on the triangle as shown on the daily chart. Shorting around the lower Bollinger band, and 5 SMA with expectation of a crash down back to the 217 levels could also be profitable, although these trades have to be done with a tight stop loss.
Sentiment Analysis:
The overall sentiment of the market has continued bearish with BitLicense and “Bitcoin Forking” leading the way. However, the sentiment on the banking front is picking up speed with Visa deploying a block chain research team on the 12th August in Bangalore to study the possible applications of the Blockchain. Deutsche Bank has recently backed Blockchain Technology and bitcoins by making some positive statements about how bitcoins hold the key for the future of financial services. Another positive enforcer to the sentiment is Blockchain.info has exceeded 4 million users. With companies like BitX and ecoins making payment through bitcoins via debit cards infrastructure possible, further research to adapt bitcoin to the existing financial system and other applications seems more likely. Continued adoption by European merchants and an Indonesian crowd funding platform accepting bitcoins, gives hope that bitcoin is slowly gaining a grip on the traditional financial world. It’s still unsure about how the forking news will affect the price of Bitcoin. Major exchanges like Bitfinex have said the major exchanges will come together in agreement if a major shift happens, as there main concern is supporting as many customers as possible.
Developments in Blockchain:
The Blockchain is may play a key role in the Music Industry. Revelator builds software that allows artists and record labels to manage, track and market their music all from one application. The company sees the blockchain as an opportunity to simplify music rights, which remain complicated and difficult to verify, with a new Intellectual Property (IP) management system that will allow artists to register their works on an immutable ledger. They have partnered with Colu for this project.
On another front, ItBit has revealed details about the Bankchain project, a private consensus based ledger system aimed at providing enterprise financial solutions. With this, the New York based exchange has joined other Blockchain firms which are trying to seek the attention of banks that want to utilize the efficiencies of distributed Blockchain technology with private blockchains.
Technocorner:
The past week and a half has majorly been a week of innovation where ‘ecoin’ and ‘BitX’ have launched Hybrid debit cards. These debit cards are aimed to facilitate interchangeable payments in bitcoins or fiat currencies. ecoin plans to merge the bitcoin infrastructure with the existing financial climate, by taking a widely accepted form of payment like debit cards and combining it with Bitcoin to create a new Hybrid Cryptocurrency debit card. BitX is working on technology so users can also spend bitcoin offline without any internet connection. BitX and ZAZOO have announced this partnership that enable BitX users to use VCpay which works as an alternative for plastic cards.
Another interesting development is the BitcoinAlert Project, with the BitcoinAlert app that analyzes the prices historically and alerts about prices to buy or sell bitcoins. But the Technological development that trumped everything else this week would have to be ‘Filament’. Filament has raised $5 million in series A funding led by Bullpen capital, Verizon Ventures and Samsung Ventures. Filament is a decentralized IoT software stack that uses the bitcoin blockchain to enable devices to hold unique identities on a public ledger. By creating a smart device directory, Filament's IoT devices will be able to securely communicate, execute smart contracts and send microtransactions.
Article with the charts can be found here: http://www.benzinga.com/news/15/08/5779058/bitcoin-flash-crashed-this-week
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The Ledger Oligarchy: Bitcoin's NWO

The Ledger Oligarchy: Bitcoin's NWO 1PV5dzDJbwVgDsxt1sPHm8ehz5CUFX8zUz
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“Trout, incidentally, had written a book about a money tree. It had twenty-dollar bills for leaves. Its flowers were government bonds. Its fruit was diamonds. It attracted human beings who killed each other around the roots and made very good fertilizer.” Slaughterhouse 5, Kurt Vonnegut
It is the year 3030. Bitcoin is dominated by few hands: The Rockefellers, the Rothschilds, the Carnegies, Warburg's & Nakamoto, according to YouTube.
Bitcoin had been an experiment in decentralized currency. But, by 3030, it had been adopted by the banking system which had reigned before it, and forever been changed.
Before this, an intermediate dynasty, the "old guard," had reigned for approximately 100 years: The dynasties of Andresen, Garzik, Ver & Mayer.
The abovementioned dynasty "Nakamoto" was created by splicing the genes of the so-called "old-guard."
That happened in 3020, the year the House of Winklevoss had their BTC wallet fortune hacked by a clone of Mayer Rothschild, whom had pulled the stunt while drinking whisky and entertaining a hologram of Johnny Depp, his favorite actor.
This could be seen by the public ledger, which had since began recording via laptop data as "extra-data."
The NSA (former US gov agency), it had been uncovered after the fall of the Great Mexican Border Wall while its offices were raided in a scene reminiscent of the Stasi offices in 1990, had actually stolen the code from Satoshi Nakamoto days before the protocol was to be released, and then released it itself and mined the genesis block. Nakamoto was devastated.
Satoshi Nakamoto had actually been hired by Ben Bernanke, a Federal Reserve (long story) President at the turn of the 21st century, who met Nakamoto at an orgy hosted by Google.
Nakamoto had covertly received bailout money during a bailout program in the US in 2008. He was high when he wrote the code and was given 49% stake in "Bitcoin" by Bernanke in the infamous communication intercepted by the NSA's "Follow The Money" division and later leaked by the Pravda of the time, the Genesis Block.com.
Although neither Bernanke nor Nakamoto knew who had hijacked the protocol, they were early in, and Bitcoin was deliberately helped by Bernanke's economic policies.
Over time, the block chain grew so large that few users chose to download its client on their machine.
Bitcoin wallets floating in the cloud became the preference of the usermasses: There was Wallet of America; US Wallet; Wallet Fargo; Deutsche Wallet and CitiWallet. There were a few others, but these were subsidiaries of the others.
Mining long ago had ceased to be profitable except for those who could implement it on a large scale due to indulgences in the form of charity to "The New Bitcoin Foundation," a liberal think-tank dedicated to BTC.
There was the Federal Miner, and central miners of all nations, all members of the Federal Miner System and united under the Miner of International Settlements. The United Nation-Wallets held a bug that had been created in the US in 2020, the year before its fall and resurrection as "NAW" (North American Wallet), known as the "Wallet Kill Switch." Nobody knew if it worked.
But, off-chain, The Resistance - the so-called "old believers" who had read on the Internet about a decentralized Bitcoin which died long ago - loosely organized.
They had their work cut out for them, for in school the users of different nation-wallets were taught normal users shouldn't ever download the blockchain, and be using wallets and other technologies. Each morning they convened in the school auditorium and sang a song to the school's offline wallet. The song went like:
"Ohhh, Satoshiii." (repeat 21 times)
Why 21 times? Nobody knew why. There were, in 3030, 32 million bitcoins in existence. On the eve December 24, 3021, the protocol had been "tuned-up" as Moderators on BitcoinTalk termed it.
All the users needed were bitcoins, not clients. Bitcoins had never been so easy to procure. All one had to do was go into one of the aforementioned banks, open an account, and presto. It took a couple days for the DNA test to come back, to be sure.
But, on the cusps of the gray culture, The Resistance did what they could to mine chips they themselves manufactured. There was risk in this, of course, as jurisdictions had state vans which drove around and detected excess electricity, such as would be used for mining bitcoins, growing marijuana or drying freshly printed $100 bills (these were sold as historical artifacts for $50. They were,after all, the last paper money). They were last used 110 years ago.
Electricity, also, cost an arm and a leg, sometimes literally. One had to have "blat" as the soviets called it - connections - in order to get electricity off-grid (not through the state provider). Still raids and mass power outages undermined this effort of The Resistance.
Unknown to The Resistance: they had help. Nakamoto had gained a sense of themself, and had stealthily began coordinating to return Bitcoin to its original state.
One night he bought 14 of the most beautiful prostitutes he could find on Backpage.com, a classifieds site. When they showed up, he realized they weren't ideal.
Still, the guards fell for it.
He had gained access to the protocol. He had already written a code, which was to return all coins stolen in the Crime Of 2018 when all Bitcoin users - except for those, of course, with access to Bitcoin Airlines - were purged. The coins were returned to their future families.
He then returned the protocol to the original 21 million coin programming, undid some other stuff, and typed a PR Web blast. The title of the Press Release?
"Chancellor Satoshi Nakamoto on brink of second end for banks"
It was dated January 3, 3031.
The Resistance understood. Nakamoto had referenced the note left in the code of the original Bitcoin protocol. Everyone knew that. In 3026 the headline had been changed to "Online wallets are safe."
The Resistance began travelling first to their families houses, then to their neighbors. Once there they downloaded Bitcoin-QT and began showing their loved ones how to use it and care for their savings.
The online wallets pushed for a bailout, but they had essentially been bankrupted when the code went back to the original 21 million coins because most of their profits had been from the Federal Miners "philanthropy" system of automated tax. They held little political clout.
Bitcoin-QT reached the number 1 spot on Google Trends for the first time in history.
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