Category: Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Why I Sold: The Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork

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Andrew Elliott

In late summer 2017, a hard fork of the Bitcoin protocol resulted in the creation of Bitcoin Cash. This represented a split within the Bitcoin community (the network of users, developers, etc that are involved in a protocol’s ecosystem). A community is like a crypto tribe, a common belief draws them together to build an […]

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$100 Trillion

Last Friday, Yale, the iconic long-term investor that other endowments look to for guidance, made a historic investment in two funds dedicated to crypto, signaling to many that institutional floodgates are officially open. As the manager of one of the more established cryptofunds, we often get asked, “How big can crypto really get?” The short answer is: […]

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The Web3 Stack

This article was originally published by Kyle Samani at Multicoin Capital. Multicoin Capital’s mission is to accelerate the transition from the centralized institutions of the Industrial Age to the decentralized institutions of the Internet Age.   I have yet to see an actual illustration of the Web3 stack. So this is an attempt. Given how […]

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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Fundamental Analysis

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Andrew Elliott

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Since the emerging crypto asset class is much like venture capital with liquidity, performing a quick market size analysis can provide insights into potential fundamental asset value. What is Bitcoin Cash (BCH)? Bitcoin Cash is a cryptocurrency which was “forked” from Bitcoin, after the Bitcoin community refused to increase block size on its blockchain. Bitcoin Cash […]

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Why Bitcoin Cash Will Dominate

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Jonald Fyookball

May 4, 2018 | Jonald Fyookball  Jonald Fyookball (pseudonym) is a cryptocurrency enthusiast, best known as the project leader of the Electron Cash wallet (electroncash.org), and for a series of hard hitting articles on the Bitcoin scaling debate. Jonald is a computer scientist, businessman, investor, libertarian, and Bitcoin advocate. Preface: The following article was written in Novemeber […]

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Bitcoin Data Science (Pt. 1): HODL Waves

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Unchained Capital

Bitcoin uses a curious accounting structure called a UTXO — an Unspent Transaction Output. All UTXOs are timestamped by the transaction/block in which they were created. Since all bitcoin in existence is contained in some UTXO, this means that all bitcoins have an age: not the age/time when that bitcoin was first mined, but when it was last used in a transaction. Since […]

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Time To Build a Cryptocurrency Portfolio

One month ago CoinSavage posted, Money Flowing Into Bitcoin and Other Cryptos. At that time the total market capitalization of the crypto asset market was $231 billion. Exactly one month later that figure has nearly tripled, and now stands at over $610 billion. The new money pouring into cryptocurrencies / assets is NOT all going […]

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