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Deflationary spiral: Are cryptocurrencies at risk?

In the context of cryptocurrencies, a deflationary spiral may happen when there is a self-reinforcing process of draining the supply of coins or tokens from the markets. Although t...

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What is a Cryptocurrency Tumbler or Mixer? Is it legal?

A cryptocurrency tumbler is a system which mixes transactions in order to make it difficult to trace the origin of the funds. Although in legacy fiat money markets this would be se...

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Who is Adam Back?

In today’s Who’s Who section of Crypto.BI, we introduce Adam Back, a cryptographer from Great Britain who created HashCash...

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Is your cryptocurrency at risk of a 51% attack?

Half plus one attacks could happen in any Proof of Work based cryptocurrency. The amount of risk of such an attack happening depends on several factor...

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What is a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG)? Why should I know about this?

A Directed Acyclic Graph, or DAG, is a graph where no “loops” exist and where you can only flow one way throughbnlout its paths. Essentially a DAG represents a process ...

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Will Bitcoin lose its #1 market cap crown?

Ethereum has just overtaken Bitcoin! But wait, we’re not talking about market cap. As you’ve probably seen reported elsewhere, ETH now (Jun/2018) has more unique active...

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What are digital assets? Are cryptocurrencies considered digital assets?

Since beginners often ask what a digital asset is, in this article we take a look at this concept and how it is related to cryptocurrencies. The concepts used in cryptocurrency are...

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Who is Andreas Antonopoulos?

Today’s post on the Who’s Who section of Crypto.BI is about Andreas Antonopoulos, a British born author, speaker and Bitco...

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What is Crypto Anarchism?

Crypto Anarchism is a political ideology which advocates the use of strong cryptography as an instrument for the promotion of Anarchy, including unrestricted personal freedoms and ...

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