Mining Hardware

Gabriela by Feb 13, 2018

Cointed ICO: Less Than Three Weeks Left

The company is quite successful in Europe, however, the team have set their eyes on the Asian market. This is why Cointed are moving their headquarters to Hong Kong. This will provide them with an upper hand when acquiring local licenses and attracting customers.

Gabriela by Feb 5, 2018

Cointed Token Upgraded: Higher Discounts and a Voting Platform

The team decided to increase the benefits that the Cointed token offers. The discounts tokens provide are higher than before. As well as that the team is setting up a voting platform for its contributors that will be live some time after ICO ends. Although most of the benefits come in the form of reduced […]

Carlos Terenzi by Feb 1, 2018

Samsung To Produce ASIC and GPU Cryptocurrency Mining Hardware

This could be the most important event since the beginning of the year. According to local media, Samsung, one of the most important electronic companies in the world, has begun manufacturing ASIC hardware. This technology is used to mine cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Gabriela by Jan 30, 2018

Cointed Transparency Report Part 2: The hottest ATM provider shares it all

The crypto world, with all its freedom, risks and rewards, seems like something out of a western. Within this wild west-like world, see seeing a company committed to transparency and accountability to its community is a rare treat. But there are some who do it. If you missed the news, Cointed (a major crypto ATM […]

Carlos Terenzi by Jan 18, 2018

Siacoin is Now Supported by Antpool and Bitmain Launches New Miner

Siacoin token, has been in the media during the last days due to its price surge. This cryptocurrency has moved from $0.025 dollars on January the 2nd up to $0.10 dollars on January the 6th. This has called the attention of several investors that could be thinking about future returns.

Gabriela by Jan 17, 2018

Cointed Transparency Report is Out

ICO regulation is all over the place. Some governments have conservative regulations. Others are supporting, Most, have none. Scams and large-scale theft of funds further worsens the situation for all involved.   Fortunately, when governments are slow, businesses step up to provide a solution. On January 10th, Finance Magnates announced that sixteen blockchain-based companies started […]

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