What is Crypto Mining?
Cryptocurrency mining is the process of finding new ‘blocks’ in the blockchain by using crypto mining hardware. When a new block is found, transactions made on the blockchain get recorded in that block. That is how a ledger of all previous transactions is created, and why blockchain is also called
The difference between stocks and security tokens
In the previous article, we went into what an STO actually is, how to spot an STO, and what some of the regulations around STOs are. To summarize, an STO is a Security Token Offering, in an STO, digital tokens are offered as securities. This article will go into more
What is an STO?
What are securities In the cryptocurrency industry, most people have heard about utility tokens and security tokens. Utility tokens provide users with a ‘utility’, normally in the form of a product and/or service. Think of them like gateway tokens. A crypto token that passes the Howey Test could be classified
What is the Bitcoin Halving?
The number of new bitcoins that are created via the block reward is reduced by half every 210,000 blocks, approximately four years. This is known as the Bitcoin Halving.
Decentralization of Bitcoin and Hash Rate (Power)
Previously we looked more closely at the Bitcoin Difficulty and what it is. Now we will take a closer look at the ‘hash rate’, what it is and also what it means for the decentralization of Bitcoin.
Renewable electricity and CO2 emissions in the United States
The source of energy creation is essential to understand, especially how much of that energy comes from renewable sources.
Bitcoin difficulty explained
Explaining cryptocurrency mining difficulty and implications for electricity prices.
Quantum computing and cryptography
We address a concern about blockchain security, namely, quantum computers and the potential of an attack on Bitcoin’s cryptography encryption.