Bitcoin Guides

Avatar by Oct 24, 2017

Bitcoin Whitepaper

A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution. Digital signatures provide part of the solution, but the main benefits are lost if a trusted third party is still required to prevent double-spending.

Avatar by Oct 20, 2017

Bitcoin Gold Hard Fork Survival Guide

It was a mere 81 days ago that the Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork occurred, and here we are again, awaiting the coming of the Bitcoin Gold Hard Fork. Of course, there is yet one more planned Hard Fork coming in late November, with the Segwit2 Implementation, as well.

Avatar by Oct 15, 2017

Bitcoin Hardware Wallet

The technical aspects of Bitcoin can be quite confusing, even for the most seasoned computer programmer, let alone the average person. While it is not necessary to fully understand how Bitcoin works to reap the benefits of its existence, it is paramount that everyone understands what a Bitcoin wallet is, the different types and which one is most secure.

Avatar by Oct 15, 2017

Lending on Cryptocurrency Exchanges

On some exchanges you are allowed to lend Bitcoin (or any other cryptocurrency) to the people trying to go short (bet that the currency will fall). It’s very similar to p2p lending, but instead lending Bitcoin to people who are going to invest it in some unknown activity, you are borrowing to people who trade.

Avatar by Oct 1, 2017

Bitcoin Lending

BTC lending platforms are places on which you are able to borrow from someone and lend to someone Bitcoins. Like in the normal banking, the borrower promises a specific interest rate to the lender for getting the BTC.

Avatar by Oct 1, 2017

Bitcoin Savings Account

BTC Savings Accounts play a big part of the Bitcoin Banking Eco-System. They can be metaphorically viewed as the air our lungs require or as the oil all machines need.