criminals seeking to grab our resources focus on the cyber world, too. One of the relatively new threats is called ‘cryptojacking’. Read on to learn what is cryptojacking and if your device shows any symptoms of it.
Introduced in 2015 by Joseph Poon and Thaddeus Dryja, the Lightning Network is one of the most promising innovations on top of the Bitcoin blockchain. Read on to learn what it is and why we might need it.
Before you start dealing with crypto, you should know the answer to the question “What is Bitcoin?” It’s the first and most important cryptocurrency that paved the way for hundreds of altcoins, both good and worthless. In this article, we will explain what Bitcoin is based on, how it works.
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Bitcoin halving defines a moment when miner's reward is decreased by 50%. This event happens every 4 years. Read our article to find out what it means for miners and investors.
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One of the major challenges any cryptocurrency user faces is security. This Cryptocurrency Security Guide will help beginners to protect their coins from all possible threats. Be it their own carelessness, or a cyberattack, or both. Read it to make sure there are no protection gaps! Cryptocurrency Security Guide: Intro Before you start dealing with...
Read our complete guide to learn how to choose a crypto wallet that suits your needs the most. Be it active transactions, holding a large amount of funds or anything else.
Find out everything you need to know about Bitcoin private keys and how they work from this detailed guide!
A bitcoin address is like your credit card number in the network, but one that you generate every time you receive a payment. Find out more about it and how it works from our guide.