- Zoran Kole, a highly respected crypto trader, states that the bottom of the pit is yet to be seen.
- The effects of Bakkt's launch on the digital assets market are yet to match the hype that was mounting during the project's development.
- According to the paper by Schmid, Tochner and Zohar, a DoS attack might be carried out easily once the network is used heavily.
- Of course, this attack is still conceptual and by the time it is achievable there should be a way to stop it.
- The uptrends during the previous two halvings do not guarantee that the same thing will happen again.
- After rewards get reduced, the popular mining machines of today would not be able to turn a profit for their operators.
- The vulnerability could allow for an attacker to pretend to open a payment channel and then send fake transactions.
- Originally discovered in June, the vulnerability has now been fixed by upgrading all major lightning software clients.
- Speaking at the CNBC's Delivering Alpha conference, Jay Clayton remarked that the crypto market needs to build strong investor protections.
- He also added that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies do not go through the same price discovery practices as products on major exchanges.
- Bitcoin’s Lightning Network (LN) will implement anti-fraud ‘Watchtowers’ in their next release.
- Securing the Lightning Network was anticipated by many users who desire faster bitcoin payments and implementing “Watchtowers” should presumably crush most fraud attempts on the off-chain network.
- Bitcoin’s Lightning Network (LN) capacity dropped with more than 13% recently, provoking doubts about its long-term capabilities among supporters.
- The unexpected drop has been commented across different social media platforms with users pointing out that liquidity is also suffering.
- Bitcoin.com is launching a localbitcoins alternative with no KYC requirements.
- Thanks to new developments such as OP_CHECKDATASIG bitcoin.com can provide escrow services without ever being in custody of the traded coins.
Twitter Alternative Gab Has Forked Brave Browser’s Codebase, Replacing BATs with Lightning Network Support
- One of the most popular criticisms of practically all ERC20 tokens has been their alleged redundancy.
- If Gab's new browser manages to get a larger user base than Brave, it could signal that Brave's strategy to move away from Bitcoin had been wrong all along.