A new token created by Alex Batlin, global blockchain lead for BNY Mellon, could have surprising real-world possibilities.
https://blockchain.info/tx/779afbdbdb03d13743626c8b1028404a6b16e65a2373ab5f744d206f34996c9a?show_adv=true I made this TX from okcoin with 0.0005 (default) fees. After 1 day it finally showed up in the blockchain, now after 48h i see no confirmation. The Transaction size seems really high, (…)
This is something that has puzzled me for a while and I cannot think of a rational reason for it. This transaction shows properly on blockchain.info (https://blockchain.info/tx/3361d2484f0566ab13d32f2ab321319945f48eaea1ac2cc9f5a79b40528359c3) and tradeblock (…)
Looks good app. So the transaction works it’s like: traders determine first their rate for buy or sell then transfer btc or fiat into escrow wallet provide by yours? Or use a trusted escrower service?
How much a fiat currency can be trade?
The latest Chronobank Updates (click me) TokenMarket CTO gives ChronoBank clean bill of health [img]http://i.imgur….
How would this work with lets say Walmart? I open a channel for how long? (assuming I go there on a regular basis, few times per month?) once a channel is open can you extend the time? can you shorten the time? Can I keep the channel open while adding funds?
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It has to be said, buying bitcoin remains a concept a lot of people struggle with to this very day. Most exchanges do not make this job any easier, with …
I just started reading about Litecoin’s Scrypt algorithm and all the explanations are quite complex. I have understood that Scrypt uses more memory than Bitcoin’s SHA-256 which makes it ASIC-resistant and prevents centralization. But, from what I understand we still require powerful (…)
I just started reading about Litecoin’s Scrypt algorithm and all the explanations are quite complex. I have understood that Scrypt uses more memory than Bitcoin’s SHA-256 which makes it ASIC-resistant and prevents centralization.
But, from what I understand we still require powerful GPUs to mine Litecoins because operations on larger data sets (more memory) will be faster and more efficient in GPU than in CPU.
Also, why is it not possible to build an ASIC machine for Scrypt. Is it due to the complexity involved in the algorithm? I just want to know if it’s impossible or just difficult. In the future, can we expect ASIC machines for Scrypt as well?