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This Reddit User is a Diehard Bitcoin SV Shill

There are many different types of personalities in the cryptocurrency space. Everyone has their favorite project, although some bitcoin sv supporters will grasp any opportunity to drop its name.  It is commendable to see community members remain loyal to a crypto asset. When Bitcoin SV Shilling Goes too far Over the years, it seems that...
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Coinbase Wallet Removing Mobile Dapp Browser to Comply With Apple

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for bad news in crypto, with Youtube’s removal of hundreds of videos, Google Play’s removal of Metamask, and now Coinbase mobile wallet users facing an announcement their app is losing its dapp browser, reportedly due to restrictive policy requirements from Apple. Some are calling the announcement “the last...
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Metamask Contributor: The Team Doesn’t Get Support From ConsenSys

It’s almost here – 2020 will be a big year for the distributed ledger technology (DLT) and as the blockchain news suggest, we could be seeing the following seven trends at the start of a new decade.1.SuperiorityThere are more and more scenarios where distributed ledgers are applicable. First in the list of the seven trends...
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Reddit User Creates A Bitcoin Video Game To Celebrate The Holidays

The major cryptocurrency payment service BitPay recently confirmed that there was a delay and outage of its Bitcoin payments service on December 22. The report shows that BitPay admits that the BTC payments were briefly unavailable for almost 3.5 hours on the website as the company was dealing with transaction issues.In fact, the Bitcoin news...
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Bitcoin Subreddit Subscribers Surge After The Bull Run This Summer

The Bitcoin subreddit has seen a remarkable surge of subscribers ever since the cryptocurrency price spiked last summer. During the bullish run this summer, the cypherpunk and proclaimed Bitcoin maximalist Jameson Lopp posted a tweet in  the crypto news where he said that “the rate of new subscribers to the /r/bitcoin subreddit accelerated after the...
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Russia’s Hydra Darknet Marketplace Plans $146M Token Sale

According to regional reports, the Russian darknet market Hydra is planning an initial coin offering (ICO) in order to expand the marketplace internationally. The sale is set to start on December 16 and Hydra administrators hope to raise $146 million from the token sale. Also read: Regulatory Roundup – Bitcoin Futures Fund Approved, India’s RBI-Backed...
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The Anti_BitcoinSV subReddit Attracts Some Attention

There has been a fair bit of hostility toward Bitcoin SV since its inception. That momentum will only intensify now that the anti_bitcoinSV subreddit has been created. Anyone in the world can create their own subReddit in an effort to spread a message. Welcome to Anti_BitcoinSV Whether that message is a personal hate toward something...
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Nearly Two Years Later, A Retail Crypto Fund Experiment Is Down 81%

Back at the tail end of the crypto hype bubble in 2017, it wasn’t uncommon to find posts throughout the cryptocurrency community that demonstrated what a small investment made in Bitcoin at the beginning of the year would have brought savvy investors for riches.The post appeared first on NewsBTC
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Live Brainstorm on Reddit

We are currently printing Issue 21 and for one issue we’ll be changing gears and brainstorming a Reddit-themed issue live on Reddit. The issue will have stories that introduce reddit to those who aren’t familiar with the site, talk about the Bitcoin subreddit’s influence on Bitcoin, and much more. We’ve gotten a great response from our...
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Redditors Leverage Robinhood Bug, Earn Millions in the Process

Recent reports have surfaced about an anomaly within the Robinhood trading application that has let users make crazy money. Cryptocurrency market critics often complain about the lack of security and worry about the users potentially cheating the system. However, as it turns out, the stock market is not always as safe as many would like...
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Reddit Roasts $500k Lottery Winner Who Invested Half in Bitcoin

An Illinois man provides proof of his $500,000 in lottery winnings and claims he put half of them in bitcoin. Reddit roasts the man with crypto memes and says he made several crucial mistakes. Either way, his investment has already paid off with an almost 100% return. An Illinois man who won the lottery earlier...
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Reddit User Wins Lottery, Buys Bitcoin: Here’s What He Could Earn

Buying Bitcoin in the first few years after its creation would have been the investment equivalent of winning the lottery.The post appeared first on NewsBTC
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Popular Bitcoin Time-Travelling Reddit Post Was Mysteriously Edited

An old Reddit post which “predicted” nothing but darkness and gloom for the near-future of the Bitcoin world was mysteriously edited. Some think it’s interesting while others consider it spooky but regardless of whether or not there’s a general consensus, everyone agrees that there’s something interesting or fishy happening on Reddit.  A very ominous post...
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This AI Platform Identifies Privacy Threats in Social Networks and Messengers

Preserving your online privacy has become almost a lost cause these days. Thankfully, some entrepreneurial minds have taken it upon themselves to help web users stay informed of privacy risks and take action to thwart attempts to access their personal data. Guard is a platform which is doing exactly that. Also read: Bankers Start to...
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Darknet Markets Are Thriving Despite the Mysterious Death of Dread

Obtaining reliable information about darknet markets (DNMs) is a constant struggle, given the propensity of news sites and forums to come and go. No sooner has one portal gained ascendancy than it’s been toppled by law enforcement or exited under mysterious circumstances. The recent disappearance of darknet forum Dread has left a gaping hole in...
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Maker (MKR) Angers Supporters With New KYC Future

The Maker DAO (MKR) is headed for a future that will mix crypto-based finance with traditional trustless assets. A recent Reddit discussion underlined the disagreement of the Maker DAO supporters with this path. Maker Plans Traditional Assets as Collateral Maker will also possibly add KYC to its onboarding process, once again defeating the purpose of...
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Bitcoin Cash-Powered File Storage Concept Sparks Interest and Debate

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) proponents were introduced to a new project called the Cashweb protocol on Friday. The blockchain file sharing scheme allows people to store and load arbitrary data to the BCH chain. While the new protocol still has “a long way to go,” the developer decided to share his creation with the BCH community...
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How EA Took The Number One Spot For The Most Downvoted Comment in Reddit’s History

Electronic Arts (EA), is one of the most popular video game companies headquartered in California. It’s the second largest game company based on revenue, coming after Blizzard and ahead of Ubisoft. Last year, the EACommunityTeam account on Reddit made a comment in regards to their newly released Star Wars Battlefront game. The comment was in...
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Send Token Payouts With Ease Using Bitcoin.com’s SLP Dividend Calculator

On August 23, Bitcoin.com released a new application called the SLP Dividend Calculator. The new platform allows users to build a transaction to make dividend payments to any Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) token holder. Also read: How to Create Non-Fungible Assets and Collectible Tokens With Bitcoin Cash Testing the New SLP Dividend Calculator From Bitcoin.com...
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Popular Ethereum Sub-Reddit Splits Amid Charges of “Tyranny”

A popular Ethereum sub reddit has undergone a de facto fork of its own. On August 18th, Jeremiah Nichol — a moderator on popular casual Ethereum subreddit r/ethrader — published a post written by five of his peers that announced their collective departure from the forum and creation of the new alternative, r/ethfinance. The six...
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Reddit Co-Founder Will Stream Blockchain Game Face-Off

If you are an avid follower of our latest cryptocurrency news, you probably know that smartphones have blockchain capabilities nowadays. This is the relatively new and latest invention in this field – and IMpulse K1 is a new smartphone that raised the bar higher, providing additional protection to user’s data. In times when blockchain smartphones...
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