Author: Bitcoiner

China’s Orwellian Cashless Payments Show Why Bitcoin Is Freedom

Like a scene from an Orwellian nightmare, authorities in Shenzhen China show where the future of centralized cashless payments is headed. And it isn’t pretty. Centralized Cashless Payments in China China is known for its high rate of technology adoption. Of the 2 billion or so smartphones around the world, two-thirds of them are in […]

Bayer’s Agricultural Division Partners With ConsenSys-Backed Startup BlockApps

The agricultural division of pharmaceutical and life science giant Bayer AG, Bayer CropScience, is collaborating with ConsenSys-backed Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) startup BlockApps. BlockApps revealed the news to Cointelegraph on March 22. Germany-based Bayer CropScience has been working on a number of blockchain initiatives with BlockApps since early 2018, a BlockApps spokesperson told Cointelegraph. One of the […]

Bitcoin Market Dominance is Actually Over 80%, New Research Finds

Bitcoin market dominance or BTC’s percentage of the total market cap may not be the best way to get an accurate picture of the market, according to new research. Market Share vs Market Dominance There are certain Bitcoin metrics that we all understand; the price, the circulating supply, the market cap. And then there’s market […]

Op Ed: With Bitcoin, Anarchy Is the Point, Not the Problem

Last week, there was a panel at SXSW that was effectively a debate on the merits of permissioned blockchains versus permissionless systems like Bitcoin. I listened to the entire audio of the panel discussion, after Programming Bitcoin author Jimmy Song tweeted it out the other day, and I thought he did an awesome job of […]

How Bitcoin Higher High Formation Could Push It to $2,000

The next upside push in the bitcoin market could prompt the cryptocurrency a form new bottom below $3,100. Josh Rager, a hugely followed cryptocurrency market analyst, pitted the current bitcoin price action against another one from the year 2015. He found striking similarities between them, mainly related to a higher high and a higher low […]