Tag: discussion

How to Carve up the Cryptocurrency Turkey Over the Holidays

With the holiday season almost upon us, the time has come to meet up with family members and friends. During these day-long festivities, a lot of topics will be discussed. Slowly but surely, mainstream consumers are inquiring about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Anyone with some expertise onĀ theseĀ matters may find themselves at the center of attention during the holidays. Starting a discussion about Bitcoin, altcoins, or blockchain remains somewhat difficult, though. Cryptocurrency …
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Ethereum Forum Is Slowly Gaining Traction

Similar to Bitcoin discussions, some of the Ethereum talk is spilling over into its own dedicated forum. The Ethereum Forum, as this place is called unofficially, is not seeing as much of a success as other people might have wanted it to. Then again, there are so many different places to discuss these projects. Ethereum Forum Is A Valuable Addition For all of the focus and excitement regarding Ethereum these …
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EDCAB Leads Discussions as Industry and Policymakers Come Together to Discuss the Future of Virtual Currencies in Europe

EDCAB – a new Brussels based public policy platform for digital currencies and distributed ledger technologies – organises a flagship roundtable series in the European Parliament, during a critical week for industry. Traditional financial services players such as Barclays and Nasdaq joined leaders from the virtual currency and blockchain world, to meet with policymakers from across the EU institutions in a series of roundtables organised by EDCAB in the European …
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Decentralizing The Bitcoin Discussion

Although there is plenty of room for competition in the Bitcoin world, there seems to be a slight oversaturation of places where digital currency can be discussed. Although there is a growing need for places where Bitcoin discussions are not censored, the number of Bitcoin message board managing to gain any traction is somewhat limited. After all, it is incredibly difficult to topple Bitcointalk, although the Bitcoin.com forum is doing …
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