Tag Archives: cryptocurrencies

The End of the Tether?

Concept of Tether (or USDT) equals to1 US Dollar, Cryptocurrency

What is Tether? According to Tether’s website, “Tether converts cash in digital currency, to anchor or tether the value to the price of national currencies like the US dollar…” The primary manifestation of Tether is the “USDT”, the cryptocurrency coin which is pegged to the American dollar. In other words, in theory, for every USDT […]

Bitcoin Mining and Power Consumption Paper | Download Now

BitcoinBro has published a paper discussing the accuracy and utility of the publicly available power consumption estimates for Bitcoin miners. Bitcoin miners are owners of highly customised computers which attempt to solve complex cryptographic puzzles. This process groups together Bitcoin transactions which become validated once the group of transactions is added to a public ledger. […]

Market manipulation in an unregulated cryptocurrency environment

Freak news VS Fake news

Pump & Dump Schemes (P&D) There’s a delicate balance for regulators to put into place measures that don’t stifle innovation while at the same time ensuring consumer protection, and with cryptocurrency, that crosses multiple jurisdictions. I welcome regulators not rushing into the marketplace but taking a more considered approach, but it does mean investors need […]

Bitcoin – Reader Beware

Two children at a laptop reseraching Bitcoin

Bitcoin – You’ve heard of Buyer Beware, but what about Reader Beware? Bitcoin has become the hot topic of conversation with media coverage, casual conversations, social media posts, videos and blog posts popping up everywhere. I believe it’s great to see conversations arising because they ultimately lead to education. Yet only this weekend I saw […]