Like Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV has large mining pools, each with a significant share of its SHA-256 hashrate. However, unlike the others, …
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Like Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV has large mining pools, each with a significant share of its SHA-256 hashrate. However, unlike the others, BSV has a nearly 44% majority who are “unknown,” according to data published by Coin.Dance. Comparing the above to Bitcoin’s same period chart, about 500% of the blocks in Bitcoin SV are mined by “unknown” compared to Bitcoin. The situation led a Reddit user, who probably didn’t notice that the “unknown” miner doesn’t have to be a single outfit, to ask if an attack “is developing.” Three Pools Control Far More Than Anyone Else in Bitcoin
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Saudi Arabia has reportedly slashed its exposure to Tesla. Part of the SEC’s complaint against Tesla and Elon Musk last year was related to Musk’s claims that Saudi Arabia was backing him in taking the company private. The SEC fined Tesla and Musk separately for $ 20 million each in the debacle. According to the Financial Times, the Saudi Public Investment Fund made a move on January 17th to hedge its investments against expected damage to TSLA stock. They retain their 4.9% holdings in TSLA, but they will not actually lose any money if things go south for TSLA. The arrangement
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I’m not the first person to say this and I won’t be the last, treating bitcoin as an investment and leaving it in a wallet for years at a time does nothing for the coin or the community. As much as it puts a bad taste in congressional mouths and casts a dark shadow on bitcoin, people who use it to buy stuff on the dark net are using bitcoin for its intended purposes
You know, as a currency?
Look, I get it, when you buy in at 10 grand you don’t want to buy a hotdog with bitcoin at 4 grand, everybody’s afraid of becoming the next million dollar pizza. But putting the coin in a wallet and doing nothing accomplishes nothing (except for added anxiety)
disclamer I’m not advocating for using bitcoin to buy illegal goods, just stating my thoughts on the matter
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Bitcoin – The Currency of the Internet
Most US states have adopted some regulatory stance in regards to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and the blockchain technologies behind them, according to a report by the Brookings Institution. The study classifies jurisdictions according to their attitude towards digital currencies and the levels of engagement with the underlying technology.
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