This week, Redditors not only followed the jumps of the rates, but also discussed such sign events as: Roger Ver talks about US Government, BCH founder tries to convey the importance of Bitcoin Cash, more businesses are switching to accepting cryptocurrencies, Fidelity takes a step forward… All that hot threads you can read in our Reddit-digest
A crypto exchange by Roger Ver, how much ETH does Vitalik have, an official coin pump from Yobit, spy mining in ETH is halted and a new cryptic puzzle with a prize of 310 BTC — in this weekly digest
This week, the reddit community is boiling over Satoshi Nakamoto, Roger Ver and some events — not so insightful, yet hot. We selected the most discussed threads
Passions in the cryptocurrency world are heating up: new views on BTC, Peter Todd apology, Roger Ver and much more in our digest.
Still too much BCH news! But this is what the Reddit lives this week.
This is the first of the two-part article on forks. Here we give a short overview of bitcoin forks in chronological order
'Bitcoin Cash may be hard forked in November. Two groups of developers can't agree on its features, releasing their own clients, Bitcoin ABC and Bitcoin SV, incompatible with previous software.' Two coins, two original Satoshi visions. Which one is 'truest'? Will both of them qualify as the vision?
Redditors, as before, can’t finish discussing the r/Bitcoin politics, and even some crypto-celebs spoke up. Also, that week agenda includes pros and cons on Ross’s liberation, and many, many more things.
Last week, users of Reddit.com were particularly active. Either these rate rollercoaster were so influenced, or the interesting topics were added — the Finrazor team conducted an investigation. And here you are:
VeChain, ICON, France, Roger Ver, SEC
Roger Ver, BTC, Warren Buffett, XRP, ETH, Russia, IOTA, Japan, Washington D.C., South Korea