With a price tag of over $1,000 in its Gold model, Corazon is the world’s most expensive hardware wallet. It is because it is built in partnership with Singaporean luxury accessory and Trezor-creator SatoshiLabs. As you may have guessed, Corazon’s functionally is just as the Trezor Model T. It features premium features such as a titanium casing and plenty of top-notch security features. What’s more, while the design of the Trezor Model Ts can be relatively easy to copy, Corazon’s titanium case is almost impossible to imitate.
The cryptocurrency market made another slight move towards the upside in the past 24 hours. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,414, which represents an increase of 1.39% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum gained 2.91% on the day, while XRP gained 3.34%.
Sugi Wallet is one of the best hardware wallets in the market that was developed by the European Fintech Company, Sufitto. It is uniquely designed to provide crypto users with a unique crypto storage solution. Like the majority of hardware wallets, the device stores its private keys on the device. It does not integrate any kind of internet connectivity to prevent any form of online attack. Even without an online connection, however, the crypto hardware allows users to send and deposit crypto just as easy as using a bank.
When we talk of crypto wallets with a highly sophisticated security system, Coinapult leads the pack. The wallet was established in 2011 and boasts a team of specialists dedicated to providing crypto enthusiasts with a secure and easy way to send or receive cryptocurrencies.
The cryptocurrency market has had more of a steady day as cryptos were trying to find a level to consolidate at. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,300, which represents an increase of 0.37% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum gained 1.61% on the day, while XRP gained 2.43%.
Only 3.5 million, an equivalent of 19% of Bitcoin's circulating supply is moved around by traders, while the rest is being HODLed by investors, a new report by blockchain analysis company Chainalysis reveals. Another 20% of the total supply is considered 'lost' or in dead-end addresses and lost/forgotten wallets. And, of course, the millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin reserved by Bitcoin's creator Satoshi Nakamoto.
The cryptocurrency market has had a pretty volatile day, with most cryptos trying to make a move towards the upside. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,257, which represents an increase of 0.79% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum gained 1.82% on the day, while XRP gained 2.2%.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) met on Wednesday (June 24th) to discuss a wide range of topics, from anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing, as well as the 'travel rule' that was instituted last year. It was the first time that the FATF meeting was held virtually.
We live in times when personal privacy and security have never been more prized. And this is because we live in a digital age where anyone with enough resources can track your communications and whereabouts at will. Governments are particularly notorious at this. It's not uncommon to find a government is peeping into the private communications of its citizens. It's even worse when you're considered a dissident in an authoritarian regime.
Bitcoin showed everyone what blockchain was capable of. It brought something unprecedented - the ability for individuals to conduct decentralized, immutable, and uncensorable transactions. The tech's enthusiasts soon discovered that it could be applied to so much more uses - giving birth to new kinds of applications known as decentralized applications (DApps) and smart contracts.
The cryptocurrency market has had a relatively slow weekend until 12 hours ago when the volatility skyrocketed, and cryptocurrencies started moving. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,221, which represents an increase of 1.63% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum gained 2.6% on the day, while XRP gained 2.52%.
The cryptocurrency market has gone through the day trying to make moves to the upside, but mostly ending up in the red. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,102, which represents a decrease of 1.2% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum lost 0.78% on the day, while XRP lost 0.05%.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that's immutable, decentralized, and transparent. Immutability means records that go on the blockchain can never be deleted, reducing...
Digital payments company PayPal is planning to start facilitating direct crypto sales to its 325 million of users, per a report by CoinDesk. The publication says it spoke to three people familiar with the issue.
The cryptocurrency market has spent the day attempting to break its immediate resistance levels. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,202, which represents an increase of 0.56% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum gained 1.57% on the day, while XRP gained 0.66%.
The cryptocurrency market has had a slow day, with most cryptos seeking consolidation. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,144, which represents an increase of 0.13% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum lost 0.76% on the day, while XRP lost 0.86%.
One of the things that have held back the widespread adoption of crypto is its wild volatility that makes many businesses and merchants shy...
Cryptocurrency is a radical idea. From the decentralization and autonomy beliefs that underpin it, to its revolutionary technology that enables permanent, transparent, and employs ultra-modern cryptography to safeguard transactions. It makes sense, therefore, that thousands of cryptocurrencies have been created to actualize these beliefs in countless industries.
Blockchain empowers people, organizations, and other entities to realize faster, more transparent, and trustless processes. But this is not just what the tech can accomplish. In fact, the tech was brought to life so it could support cryptocurrencies, which, in a nutshell, is internet-based, cryptographically-secured, and decentralized money. Thousands of blockchain-based currencies exist today.
The cryptocurrency market has had a slow day, with most cryptos seeking consolidation after a turbulent weekend. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,161, which represents an increase of 0.66% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum gained 1.02% on the day, while XRP gained 0.12%.
The real estate market is one of the oldest markets characterized by slow, paper-dependent processes causing significant delays in the change of property ownership. The transactional friction can be blamed on the complex architecture of the market that involves multiple stakeholders, large amounts of money, and numerous regulations that are dependent on jurisdiction. On top of it all, each transaction has to go through myriad middlemen, from the listing agent to banks and everything in between - resulting in unprecedented transaction costs.
Blockchain has advanced rapidly in recent years, enabling previously impossible things to become a reality. One of these possibilities is the ability to tokenize real-world assets in order to increase their security and liquidity. But when it comes to a seamless way to incorporate physical assets into the digital world, traditional blockchains have yet to crack it.
The cryptocurrency market has had a somewhat turbulent weekend. Most cryptocurrencies' prices tumbled on Jan 27 as Bitcoin led the move to the downside but quickly started gaining bullish momentum and recovered over the rest of the weekend. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,103, which represents an increase of 1.64% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum gained 2.82% on the day, while XRP gained 1.11%.
Introduction Cryptokitties is a first blockchain-based leisure game created for entertainment. It is developed by Vancouver based blockchain company Axiom Zen on the Ethereum platform....
In the loud and showy world of cryptocurrency, it's rare to find a low-key, yet successful project. DigiByte, a cryptocurrency launched in 2014, is a quiet coin, but one often described with superlatives such as the longest blockchain in the space, most decentralized, and one of the fastest.
Blockchain offers a ton of promises: the ability to create decentralized applications (a new kind of applications that are self-governing and uncensorable) and smart contracts (self-executing, intermediary-free, and low-cost contracts). This presents an opportunity for positive disruption of almost all types of industries: from social media to finance to insurance to prediction markets to online gambling, and many more.
Blockchain tech made the concepts of peer-to-peer relationships and decentralization more practical than they had ever been. It has challenged us to see social, financial, and political systems in a new way. Thanks to blockchain, even the concept of a global village is now something that more people can experience. Through blockchain-powered decentralized finance, a farmer in Nigeria and a high-flying Manhattan venture capitalist can both access the same financial services, with internet connectivity being the only requirement.
For the past few years, there has been a lot of hype surrounding blockchain - a technology believed to be one of the pillars that will support the 4th industrial revolution. Well, the craze around this revolutionary technology is justified, given the immense benefits it offers to every major industry. To be more specific, data immutability, decentralization, and security; are just some of blockchain's fundamental properties fuelling the interest in this new technology.
Blockchain has been hailed as the technology of the moment, one that will disrupt industries with its groundbreaking decentralized, immutable, and transparency features. That's fine and dandy, or at least it would be if the current blockchain systems like Bitcoin and Ethereum did not have massive scalability issues or required excessive amounts of energy just to run. Blockchain holds incredible potential, but these problems are holding it back.
The cryptocurrency market has spent the past 24 hours mostly consolidating or being slightly in the green, as the bull initiative wasn't strong enough to push cryptos (mostly Bitcoin as the "pack leader") higher. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,227, which represents an increase of 1.54% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum gained 0.92% on the day, while XRP lost gained 1.03%.
Today social media networks are characterized by centralized, powerful owners that control every aspect of the platform, denying users any say or contribution to how things are run. This is despite the networks existing courtesy of the users.
The traditional online casino and gaming industry is rife with problems. From lack of trust among players, to slow gaming, to centralized systems that are unfavorable to players.
The cryptocurrency market has spent the past 24 hours, either establishing its current levels or gaining a bit of value. Bitcoin is currently trading for $9,090, which represents a decrease of 5.76% on the day. Meanwhile, Ethereum lost 7.04% on the day, while XRP lost 4.98%.
The world has advanced in so many ways, but somehow, we constantly have to prove our Identity every other time we need to interact with a new service provider. And on top of that, centralized entities such as governments own our personal identification information. There's also the issue, in underdeveloped countries, of people lacking basic services because they can't prove their Identity.
Bitcoin brought to us the idea of money that could upset traditional finance through decentralization, faster speeds, and uncensorability. However, as the cryptocurrency gained wide adoption, it couldn't handle the demand that followed, leading to disenchantment among users.