Tag: Segwit

Parity Bitcoin Update Includes Support for SegWit, SegWit2x and Bitcoin Cash

Things just keep getting more interesting in the world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. The Parity Bitcoin client, which has been around since April of this year, recently received a major upgrade. It is now compatible with not just SegWit, but also Bitcoin Cash and even SegWit2x (assuming that will still be a thing come November). This is a major development for people relying on this full-node implementation of the Bitcoin …
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Bitcoin Price Hits All-Time-High Above $4,600, Analysts Expect $5,000 This Week

To start off the second day of the workweek, the bulls decided to crash the party as Bitcoin’s price broke the previous ATH of US$4,460 and peaked at US$4,649 on Bitstamp. Since the beginning of the year, Bitcoin’s price has increased more than 5 times its value. While a future price rise isn’t guaranteed, it is highly anticipated. The move to the $4,600 level signals that the market is looking for …
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Analyst: Bitcoin Price Has $4,500 in Sight, En Route to $5,000

Tuur Demeester, prominent bitcoin analyst and investor, recently stated that the bitcoin price is leading its fourth attempt to surpass the US$4,500 mark and establish a new all-time high. Unfortunately for investors and traders, the bitcoin price experienced a minor correction earlier today, struggling to test its attempt to rise past US$4,500 and sustain its upward momentum in the short term. An optimistic indicator of bitcoin’s short-term trend has been its stable …
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Bitcoin Price Notes No Gains as Segregated Witness Activates

With Segregated Witness finally activating on the Bitcoin network, a lot of people expected another major BTC price jump. That is not exactly how things went, as the Bitcoin price actually took a slight hit over the subsequent hours. This seemingly confirms that the price already accounted for Segregated Witness becoming a part of Bitcoin. It is a bit unclear how things will evolve from here on out, as there seems …
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