Category: blockchain

Modern-day Profit Hunters

Crypto Mining

Dealing with Cryptocurrency has its interesting dynamics. There are, however, many hidden facets making it still a mystery to the masses. Not knowing about it makes you prone to, get rich-schemes or outright scams. We are all by now aware of the mania caused by the soaring prices and then, the subsequent decline that followed

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BTC running low on battery?

On August 11 2018, the Bitcoin dominance level (market share) touched 50% for the first time in 2018. However, the move didn’t come amid a Crypto market rally. In fact, the cryptocurrency space has been in free fall until mid-August, moving in a sideways trend since then. Read more via BTC running low on battery?

Cloud (Storage) Wars!

The term “storage wars” has taken on a new meaning. It has shifted literally from the ability to keep one’s belongings in physical containers to having one’s data stored and managed in the digital realm. A question often asked is whether the (Internet) cloud is infinite. The answer is both a yes and no. The

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For investment gains or for purpose?

As much as institutions, risk-averse, or simply skeptical people have downplayed the new digital currency revolution – it still, a decade after coming to public light, remained resilient. Bitcoin now gets a regular mention in daily news and stock market reports. It is also being traded by several established investors and even included by fund

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Piggybacking on company shares

After having several conversations it is clear that the business of share trading and its intricacies still create a dark cloud to many. A rather unnecessary element of sophistication at that. It is thus only fair to (in true debunqed.com fashion) take a step back, delve in and break it down by discussing not just

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Peer-to-peer service

Binary

History has taught us that a fully centrally controlled government system fails completely – well, in the long run. The idea of a communistic system has its merits and would still work in some sectors of an economy. It, however, omits the very thing that was provided to us as human beings – choice. Knowledge

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