Motives behind the efforts vary. Some backers try to improve on Bitcoin. Others seek a quick profit. Developers typically score a cache of newly minted coins in a process called post-mining. Yet prices don’t necessarily hold up for long.
Bitcoin Cash is set to hard fork, and people are losing their cool
With threats of "war" and "soy boy" insults, the bitcoin cash hard fork has it all.
Wikipedia rival Everipedia shakes off Ethereum to migrate to EOS blockchain
A decentralized competitor of Wikipedia, Everipedia (IQ) has shifted to EOS blockhain. The wiki-based online encyclopedia was initially developed on the Ethereum blockchain. But pertaining to issues related to scalability, Everipedia has switched over to the EOS blockchain. The largest peer-to-peer encyclopedia and its IQ tokens Everipedia had announced last year that the company was working to introduce their blockchain. Implementing the EOS blockchain, the first decentralized encyclopedia, started working on its cryptocurrency token called IQ. IQ tokens are now listed on Coin Market Cap and in June and it had its airdrop to enhance its adoption. SEE ALSO: Australia to soon own its first renewable energy-powered data center to mine Bitcoin Unlike Wikipedia, Everipedia is not free. Everepedia users can collect coins for contributions they make, in the forms of new articles or editing the existing ones on the platform. IQ Tokens can be used to manage the network or cast votes when needed. The utility of Ev...
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