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Anonymous Profitable Reliable Professional Read these terms carefully before your start mining. If you don't agree with it leave the pool and don't use our services. Pool hopping not allowed. Abused account will be banned. The pool has right to ban account of hackers and pool hoppers and distribute coins between other miners. You dont need create an account on the pool. Just put YOUR_WALLET as login in your mining software. with statistic per rig: YOUR_WALLET . ANY_NUMBER You can use any password or email if you want to monitor your rigs/miners RBPPS means round based pay per share. Each submitted share is worth a certain amount of coins. When a block is found, the reward is distributed among all workers proportionally to how many shares each of them has found, but payouts are delayed until a block is confirmed by the network. If a found block gets orphaned, earnings relative to it are not paid, but shares will be calculated with the next block. HBPPS means hour based pay per share. Each submitted share is worth a certain amount of coins. The reward is distributed among all workers proportionally to how many shares each of them has found during last hour, payouts are delayed until blocks are confirmed by the network. For ethereum it's 350 blocks (ca.1-1.5 hours), for expanse 90 blocks (ca. 1.5 hours) If a found block gets orphaned, earnings relative to it are not paid, but shares will be calculated within this hour. If no block found during this hour, shares will be calculated within next hour. pool fee reduce from 2% to 1.5% (from Jan.2017) miners pay a fixed transaction fee, it will be corrected once a week. Actually that is 0.008 XMR for personal wallet and 0.014 XMR for exchange wallet with payment_id and integrated wallets you can set the individual minimal paymen Continue reading >>

Lets Enhance! How We Found @rogerkvers $1,000 Wallet Obfuscated Privatekey

Lets Enhance! How We Found @rogerkvers $1,000 Wallet Obfuscated Privatekey

Lets Enhance! How we found @rogerkvers $1,000 wallet obfuscated privatekey Part of the documentary where Roger Ver gives the details of the Bitcoin wallet. Before we even start: We do not know the journalists who recorded the interview and we do not know Roger Ver. Anyone who had access to this video could have retrieved the private key. We could have simply named this post How great QR code are and how we recovered one from almost nothing. But its much more interesting when the QR code is the key to a $1000 Bitcoin Cash wallet. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Neo Cryptocurrencies are all over and are moving fast. I have been following Bitcoin since 2013 (following doesnt mean buying), had to read Mastering Bitcoin 3 times to understand how each part of it really works and be able to explain it to someone else. Still, I cant keep up with the market, new cryptocurrencies, new forks, new ICOs everywhere, every day. Its easy to start using cryptocurrencies by following a tutorial online. Download a random wallet app, generate a random pair of keys and buy some crypto on a random exchange but the cryptocurrencies learning curve is difficult. If you dont fully understand how all parts of this work you should avoid cryptocurrencies. If you dont, you risk losing your money by falling in one of the many pitfalls. One of them, keeping your private key secure, is the subject of this post. The first rule of Crypto Club is: You do not share your privatekey. The most precious thing you have when you own cryptocurrencies is your private key. If you lose your private key, you lose your money. If someone gets access to your private key, you lose your money. Simple. With this real-world example will show you step by step how we recovered the private key of the $1000 Bitcoin wallet c Continue reading >>

5 Best Ethereum Mining Pools To Join 2017 / 2018 (comparison)

5 Best Ethereum Mining Pools To Join 2017 / 2018 (comparison)

Jordan Tuwiner Last updated July 13, 2017 Once you get Ethereum mining hardware , your next step is to decide on which Ethereum mining pool youll join. A mining pool helps you get more frequent payouts rather than only getting paid when you solve an Ether block. Note that mining has a lot of up-front costs, and if you just want Ether than its usually a better idea to just buy Ethereum . Youll also need Ethereum mining software to point your hardware towards your selected pool. And, an Ethereum wallet to receive payouts to . Weve listed the top pools in order of hash rate share according to Etherchain : The pools below are mining pools. This means you need to own mining hardware. If you want another company to mine for you you need cloud mining . Ethpool and Ethermine are two different sites although they appear to be basically the same pool. They are currently the largest Ether mining pool with about 25% of the networks hash rate. F2pool is also a Bitcoin mining pool. Its Ether mining pool appears to only be available in Chinese, so this is not a good option for most of our readers. DwarfPool is the third largest Ethereum mining pool with about 13% of the networks hash rate. In addition to Ether you can mine a bunch of other currencies like Monero and Dash. ethfans is another Chinese pool with about 8.6% of the network hash rate. If you just want ether, mining is NOT the best way to obtain coins. Buying ether is the EASIEST and FASTEST way to get ether. Get $10 worth of free ether when you buy $100 or more at Coinbase . This section will answer common questions about Ethereum pools. All of the pools are pretty good and ideally you will just want to choose one that is reliable, has low fees, and has a server near you. No, Ethereum mining pools and Bitcoin mining pools a Continue reading >>

Best Site To View Fastest Gainer Cryptocurrency Ethereum Share Found

Best Site To View Fastest Gainer Cryptocurrency Ethereum Share Found

Best Site To View Fastest Gainer Cryptocurrency Ethereum Share Found Abouzeid at Babson, for example, was introduced to crypto in December while he was still a junior in high school. This rebranding Micro Mines Btc What Is Usi Altcoin to work. Lack of regulation increases susceptibility to fraud and security breaches. Sorted by activity and popularity, the data is easily accessible. His friend showed him the lighthearted, meme-obsessed subreddit for dogecoina new bitcoin alternative, named after the viral doge meme. Twitter's Identity Crisis Is Costing Users More Than Bitcoin Twitter's blue check mark verification system is falling under the pressure of the complicated crypto world. With the right recipe, a cryptocurrency can achieve sustainable growth and keep it once the bubble pops. Many cryptocurrency analysts attributed much of bitcoin's decline in the last two months to investors cashing out to pay taxes on last year's massive capital gains. There are millions of ways to use blockchain, and new ideas are cropping up every day. How Does Ethereum Work? But there are a couple of issues with this miraculous scenario, according to the FT:. An increase in initial coin offerings ICOs unregulated issuances of crypto coins where investors can raise money in bitcoin or How To Spot A Bear Market Cryptocurrency Ethereum Private Key But No Keystore File crypto currencies is fueling the market and drawing attention from lawyers and financial professionals. Github is a great resource as well, and those who can read code can see get a glimpse of how well the project is programmed. Patrick Cines, a recent college graduate who mined in his dorm room at Penn How To Auto Withdraw Genesis Mining Best Mining Contracts University in State College, Bitcoin Price Down Nice Has Litecoin, Continue reading >>

How To Mine Electroneum With Hugebenefits

How To Mine Electroneum With Hugebenefits

How to mine Electroneum with hugebenefits Notes: You should have already an electroneum address to store your coins. Minining crypto-currency is getting harder and harder, especially for Bitcoin/Ethereum as the difficulty to mine a block is incresasing. With Electroneum, a new crypto-currency based on monero blockchain its much easier to mine. This article is designed to teach you how to surf on this wave and make huge profit. So far Ive made 7000 $ in less than 48 hours, to give you an idea. NiceHash is a marketplace selling hash power to their customer. We will use it to get huge power hashrate in order to get the maxium reward from a block. Electromine is a mining pool, its is designed to mine a block faster. To resume a mining pool is an alliance of miner who are mining together. There is different mining pool as the asian/eu/usa but there are facing problems rewarding their miner and has more fees. Thats the reason we are gonna use electromine mining pool. Lets start, first create an account on NiceHash and login. We need to fill our account of bitcoin, thats how we are gonna pay. Click on deposit and transfer your coin to Nicehash. Once its done, we will set up the mining pool we want to mine. Click on for buyers and select my pool. Then you need to allow buying action. To do so, go to setting, on the left buying. Click on enable and enter the code sent to you by email. Go to Live marketplace, select cryptoNight algorithm in the menu. Depending your location, choose the best rate/price that you spot. Then click on standard order, and fill your order with the one you find. Once the order is done, mining is start:) You can check how much you earn on Electromine website. If you have any question regarding this you can join their Telegram , or leave a comment here. Continue reading >>

[ethereum] 32 Mh/s But Miner Keeps Skipping Jobs

[ethereum] 32 Mh/s But Miner Keeps Skipping Jobs

[Ethereum] 32 mh/s but miner keeps skipping jobs It's been a while since I've done any GPU mining, but the rise in prices of certain coins really got me back into mining. Last time I mined anything was Doge coin (in 2014), so it's been a while haha. With stock settings, I get about 29.5 Mh/s, but if I bump the GPU clock on 1100, I get 32-33 Mh/s Either way, it seems that both settings yield poor results. I'm using Claymore's Dual Ethereum miner to mine Ethereum only ( ). On my miner, I keep seeing "New job from xxx" but I barely see any "Share Found". When mining doge coin, each "job" would always be "found", but with Ethereum, I get around 4 shares found for every 10 mins. 12+ exclusive games The Bitcoin Casino by Primedice Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here. Quote from: simon66 on June 02, 2017, 12:21:40 PM With stock settings, I get about 29.5 Mh/s, but if I bump the GPU clock on 1100, I get 32-33 Mh/s Either way, it seems that both settings yield poor results. Those are amazing results bro, thats as good as it gets for Eth mining. Is your 290x already modded with theStilts memory straps??? Because I do not think any 290x would hit 29mh/s without custom straps. When mining doge coin, each "job" would always be "found", but with Ethereum, I get around 4 shares found for every 10 mins. Different crypto-currencies are not apples to apples comparisons ever. The rate of shares you get is perfectly normal for Ethereum. The BEST Crypto exchange in India, where you can buy/sell/trade Bitcoin, BitcoinCash, Litecoin, Ethereum and Ripple, and you can use a credit card for your purchases Difficulty has been increasing rapidly with the exchange rate increasing. I recommend tha Continue reading >>

Claymore's Dual Ethereum Amd+nvidia Gpu Miner V10.2 (windows/linux)

Claymore's Dual Ethereum Amd+nvidia Gpu Miner V10.2 (windows/linux)

ETH: 04/23/16-14:12:04 - New job (target 0x00000001310a5081) from coinotron.com:3344 ETH - Total Speed: 40.911 Mh/s, Total Shares: 109, Rejected: 0, Time: 02:37 DCR - Total Speed: 613.668 Mh/s, Total Shares: 1334, Rejected: 11 DCR: GPU0 315.781 Mh/s, GPU1 297.887 Mh/s DCR: 04/23/16-14:12:11 - New job (target 0x00000000ffff0000, block #21943) from dcr.suprnova.cc:2252 ETH: 04/23/16-14:12:18 - New job (target 0x00000001310a5081) from coinotron.com:3344 ETH - Total Speed: 41.391 Mh/s, Total Shares: 109, Rejected: 0, Time: 02:38 DCR - Total Speed: 620.868 Mh/s, Total Shares: 1334, Rejected: 11 DCR: GPU0 315.996 Mh/s, GPU1 304.872 Mh/s DCR: 04/23/16-14:12:19 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0) Seemed to be doing pretty good now.. BTW I get this intermittently. ETH: 04/23/16-14:14:24 - New job (target 0x00000001310a5081) from coinotron.com:3344 ETH - Total Speed: 40.910 Mh/s, Total Shares: 110, Rejected: 0, Time: 02:40 DCR - Total Speed: 613.646 Mh/s, Total Shares: 1343, Rejected: 11 DCR: GPU0 315.924 Mh/s, GPU1 297.722 Mh/s DCR: 04/23/16-14:14:25 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0) DCR: 04/23/16-14:14:36 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 1) DCR: Stratum - socket send failed 10053, disconnect DCR: 04/23/16-14:14:40 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 1) DCR: Stratum - socket send failed 10038, disconnect DCR: Stratum - connecting to 'dcr.suprnova.cc' <178.33.228.14> port 2252 right after this disconnect is when I will get 2 or 3 rejects at least.. How can I resolve this disconnect issue? ETH: 04/23/16-14:14:24 - New job (target 0x00000001310a5081) from coinotron.com:3344 ETH - Total Speed: 40.910 Mh/s, Total Shares: 110, Rejected: 0, Time: 02:40 DCR - Total Speed: 613.646 Mh/s, Total Shares: 1343, Rejected: 11 DCR: GPU0 315.924 Mh/s, GPU1 297.722 Mh/s DCR: 04/23/16-14:14:25 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0) DCR: 04/23/16-14:14:36 - SHA Continue reading >>

Forget Ethereum Or Bitcoin, This Crypto Is Where Money Will Be Made

Forget Ethereum Or Bitcoin, This Crypto Is Where Money Will Be Made

Forget Ethereum Or Bitcoin, This Crypto Is Where Money Will Be Made It is safe to say cryptocurrencies, driven by the underlying blockchain technology adoption, are becoming mainstream. Many people see the return BTC has offered in the last 5 years and are looking for the next big thing. Recently multiple articles on SA voiced an opinion that Ether (Ethereum's underlying crypto "fuel") is the next investment for huge returns. I explain why this is not really the case both due to the situation with Ether as well as the better option out there (Ripple/XRP). It seems as though everyone and their grandma's know about Bitcoin today. With a price around $5600 at the the time of writing, and a price of only $60 as recently as 2012, it is easy to see why people wishing to invest are curious about the technology. I have been an investor in the cryptocurrency space since 2013. I first bought BTC for $60 back in 2012, and sold it after a few weeks for $120, only to watch it escalate to $600 mere days later. Due to my interest in the space and active trading of the crypto, I was fortunate enough to meet someone I was buying BTC with who little to my knowledge was quite prominent in the crypto community, Joe Lubin. Joe Lubin is the Co-Founder of ConsenSys, a decentralized blockchain technology incubator. I was lucky enough to meet with Joe in the spring before the Ethereum presale began, and he was kind enough to tell me about his project. As a result of this encounter, I have been following Ethereum and Ether pretty much since the first public information was available about it (find my initial coverage about it on SA in March 2016 here and here ). I watched the pre-sale for .80 cents a share, and watched it climb to $16 before I bought in, and sold at various point between $50 an Continue reading >>

Coin Mining: What Is An 'accepted Share'?

Coin Mining: What Is An 'accepted Share'?

Coin Mining: What Is an 'Accepted Share'? Coin Mining: What Is an 'Accepted Share'? In cryptocoin mining, 'accepted shares' has a special meaning Cryptocoin Mining: 'Accepted Shares' is a type of score for how much you will earn as a coin miner. Once you're ready to start mining for cryptocoins, you'll start learning about shares. 'Accepted Shares' and 'Rejected Shares' represent scorekeeping in your mining software. Shares describe how much work your computer is contributing to the mining group. More accepted shares aregood; it means your work is counting substantially towards discovering new cryptocoins. The more accepted shares you contribute, themore pool payout for each coin block that is found. Ideally, you want 100 percent of your shares accepted because that means that every single computation on your computer is counted towards a coin discovery. Rejected shares are bad, as they represent work that willnot be applied toward a blockchain discovery, and they will not be paid for. Rejected shares typically occur when your computer was busy grinding a cryptocoin shareproblem, and it did not submit the results in time to be counted towards a coin discovery. Rejected share work is discarded. Keep in mind, though, that rejected shares are inevitable, especially in any mining pool with more than a dozen users. It's just a fact of cryptocoin mining . Very serious coin miners will tweak their GPU (graphics processing unit) settings to maximize how often their computer submits work every second. Most cryptocoinmining is all about solving mathematical problems, which in turn act as raffle tickets. Each problem solved is called a 'proof of work' result, and counts as one raffle ticket.Every time a predeterminedquantity of proof-of-workresults isgenerated, the system draws a Continue reading >>

Nanopool | Ethereum | Help

Nanopool | Ethereum | Help

YOUR_ETH/ETC_ADDRESS - your valid eth address YOUR_WORKER - simple short worker name (like worker01). Optional. YOUR_EMAIL - your email address for notifications. Optional. Don`t forget to set wallet, worker and email address to correct values. You must use failovers. If you want to enable Nanopool's failover servers, add these lines to epools.txt and change your wallet, worker and email address to correct values: POOL: eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999, WALLET: YOUR_ETH_WALLET.YOUR_WORKER/YOUR_EMAIL, PSW: x, WORKER: , ESM: 0, ALLPOOLS: 0 POOL: eth-eu2.nanopool.org:9999, WALLET: YOUR_ETH_WALLET.YOUR_WORKER/YOUR_EMAIL, PSW: x, WORKER: , ESM: 0, ALLPOOLS: 0 POOL: eth-us-east1.nanopool.org:9999, WALLET: YOUR_ETH_WALLET.YOUR_WORKER/YOUR_EMAIL, PSW: x, WORKER: , ESM: 0, ALLPOOLS: 0 POOL: eth-us-west1.nanopool.org:9999, WALLET: YOUR_ETH_WALLET.YOUR_WORKER/YOUR_EMAIL, PSW: x, WORKER: , ESM: 0, ALLPOOLS: 0 POOL: eth-asia1.nanopool.org:9999, WALLET: YOUR_ETH_WALLET.YOUR_WORKER/YOUR_EMAIL, PSW: x, WORKER: , ESM: 0, ALLPOOLS: 0 Don`t forget to set wallet, worker and email address for Ethereum to correct values. Dual miner supports mining Ethereum/Ethereum Classic and SiaCoin/PascalCoin at the same time. To control second algorithm intensity use -dcri option. Claymore miner takes additional 1% fee(2% for dual mode). More information about Claymore Dual Miner configuration can be found on bitcointalk.org YOUR_ETH/ETC_ADDRESS - your valid eth address YOUR_WORKER - simple short worker name (like worker01). Optional. YOUR_EMAIL - your email address for notifications. Optional. Don`t forget to set wallet, worker and email address to correct values. You must use failovers. If you want to enable Nanopool's failover servers, add these lines to epools.txt and change your wallet, worker and email a Continue reading >>

For Pool Mining, What Exactly Is A Share?

For Pool Mining, What Exactly Is A Share?

For pool mining, what exactly is a share? Can someone please explain exactly what a share is in the context of pool mining? I have a superficial understanding of testing random nonces to find a hash under the current difficulty. I also understand that mining pools set a custom easier difficulty to target a relatively easy to attain share difficulty (~10 minutes). What I don't understand is how those shares translate to finding real blocks. Say one out of a thousand shares is a valid real new block. Why wouldn't miners just submit that hash themselves, and send the rest of the easier shares to the pool? I'm sure I have a fundamental misunderstanding, but can't figure out what it is. I guess somehow the pool has some secret that it can combine w/ the submitted shares to see if that share matches a block, but that is a guess. You guess right, as a pool client you can't figure if a work package contains something valuable. Only the pool knows and is the real client of the Ethereum network. You only do blind computation. Nicolas Massart Jun 2 '16 at 10:15 THis is not an answer but more on the question, I might have misunderstood the responses but no one layed out what a "share" is exactly. I know its a piece of work submitted but what value does it have and what kind of work is it, for it to be useful to the pool or the block being found. cdc285 Aug 13 '16 at 4:24 Lots of answers here, but none of them has actually answered the question "what is a share?" In almost all mining pools, a share is a block "solution" not quite good enough to be published as an actual block, but still good enough that it's really hard to find them. This means that shares can be used to measure how much work you're doing, but just with much finer and more consistent granularity than actual block s Continue reading >>

What Are Mining Rewards In Ethereum?

What Are Mining Rewards In Ethereum?

Mining Ether will start with the release of the Frontier platform. The Olympics test beforehand had no value attributed to the Ether which was mined and all balances at the Ether launch were set back to the close of the Fundraising so even if you had transferred our Ether on the testnet after contributing to your fundraise you will keep the Ether on the launch of the Frontier platform. The proof of work in Ethereum is run through Ethash . The successful PoW miner will receive a static block reward that is equal to 5 Ether. The successful miner will also receive all the gas in fees that it generates from the transactions in the block that it verifies. As time goes on and the amount of Ether created grows it is expected that gas rewards will take the lions share of mining rewards. The miner will also receive an award of 1/32 per Uncle block included. Uncles are stale blocks with parents that are a maximum of six blocks back from the present block. Valid Uncle blocks are rewarded to halt network lag (time to propagate a valid block to the whole network). Uncles included in a block receive 7/8 of the static block reward or 4.375 Ether- with a maximum of 2 Uncles allowed per block. After you have mined some ether you will need somewhere to store it and you can choose the best place here with our ethereum wallet comparison page. Continue reading >>

How To Invest In Ethereum (and Is It Too Late)

How To Invest In Ethereum (and Is It Too Late)

Home How To Invest In Ethereum (And Is It Too Late) How To Invest In Ethereum (And Is It Too Late) Ethereum has become a popular cryptocurrency alternative to Bitcoin over the last year. However, unlike Bitcoin and rival currency Litecoin, Ethereum has been adopted by many companies and startups as a way to transact (and more). In the cryptocurrency wars, I like to view Ethereum like the diamond of the currencies - it has both a intrinsic value and an industrial value. Compare this to Bitcoin, which operates like gold - not much industrial value, but people buy it and sell it based on it's intrinsic value to the holder. Given the popularity of Ethereum, many people are curious about what it actually is, how it's different than Bitcoin, and how to invest in it. It's also important to note the risks of investing, and the potential to mine it and create your own wealth of Ether (the actual monetary unit of Ethereum ). Before we dive in, it's important to note that to look at, use, and transact in Ethereum, you need a digital wallet. We recommend Coinbase because it's free, has a great app, and they give you a bonus for depositing $100 . Check it out. Ethereum is basically software that is decentralized and allows developers and programmers to run the code of any application. Wait, what? I thought Ethereum was money... well it has a monetary aspect. You see, Bitcoin uses a technology called blockchain specifically for conducting monetary transaction - it's a straight currency. Ethereum uses blockchain technology to allow the creation of applications that can be executed in the cloud, can be protected from manipulation, and much more (some stuff getting too technical for me here). However, a bi-product of this is that Ethereum uses a token called Ether, which is like Bitcoi Continue reading >>

Ethereum - Wikipedia

Ethereum - Wikipedia

This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page . This article relies too much on references to primary sources . Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources . Some of this article's listed sources may not be reliable . Please help this article by looking for better, more reliable sources. Unreliable citations may be challenged or deleted. The Ethereum Project's logo, first used in 2014 Ethereum is an open-source , public, blockchain -based distributed computing platform featuring smart contract (scripting) functionality. [2] It provides a decentralized Turing-complete virtual machine , the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), which can execute scripts using an international network of public nodes. Ethereum also provides a cryptocurrency token called "ether", which can be transferred between accounts and used to compensate participant nodes for computations performed. [3] "Gas", an internal transaction pricing mechanism, is used to mitigate spam and allocate resources on the network. [2] [4] Ethereum was proposed in late 2013 by Vitalik Buterin , a cryptocurrency researcher and programmer. Development was funded by an online crowdsale between July and August 2014. [5] The system went live on 30 July 2015, with 11.9 million coins "premined" for the crowdsale. [6] This accounts for approximately 13 percent of the total circulating supply. In 2016, as a result of the collapse of The DAO project, Ethereum was forked into two separate blockchains - the new forked version became Ethereum (ETH), and the original continued as Ethereum Classic (ETC). [7] [8] [9] Ethereum was initially described in a white paper by Vitalik Buterin , [10] a programmer involved with Bitcoin Magazine , in late 2013 with a goal of buildin Continue reading >>

2 Answers - How Much Is 1 Share Of Ethereum Worth? - Quora

2 Answers - How Much Is 1 Share Of Ethereum Worth? - Quora

If you are asking how much one Ethereum coin is worth then look at Stephen John s answer. However, using my understanding, it appears that you are asking what a share is worth in pool mining. In pool mining, shares are actually not worth anything to the pool, they are just random hashes spread throughout the block. The hash that solves the block is the one that earns the pool the reward, which is then evenly distributed over the amount of shares. The most basic mining reward method, Pay Per Share(PPS) gives you a certain reward for every share you submit. However, the chance of getting a share is set by the pools own difficulty so the reward for a single share will vary from pool to pool. It is kind of hard to explain so here are some answers from other forums (note some are for Bitcoin so the numbers are different but the concept is the same): Today it is worth $350 USD. In January it was worth $8 USD. There is a lot of upside left in the cryptocurrencies although I favor Bitcoin, Ethereum and ZCash at the present. They each allow a different requirement of money to be achieved as there is some difficulty in a single one being all things necessary in the financial world. Bitcoin is good for value retention (think gold-intrinsic value but hard to scale and use effectively for day to day transactions of millions per day-like Visa etc) Ethereum has the potential to be scaled so many transactions can be done on a daily basis with small amounts in the transactionsStarbucks coffee purchase. ZCash provides anonymity in all transactions. All these bugs are the subject of intense research and development and it is difficult to predict the ultimate winner. But these, IMHO, are the front runners now. Continue reading >>

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