Publications about cryptocurrency and mining

25/06/19 03:08 UTC-4
CryptocurrencyRestriction of Bitcoin emissions – can a cryptocurrency end?

Can Bitcoins end? Limited emission of main cryptocurrency

​Over the past five years, Bitcoin has become a popular means of payment, as well as the main cryptocurrency in the market with a dominance ratio of 59.1%. Today, articles, forums, and fashionable devices about the first cryptocurrency are no longer a novelty. But there are many secrets and guesses that are associated with this cryptocurrency.

21/06/19 08:30 UTC-4
MiningWorld’s biggest mining farms: Financial geography

Financial geography. World’s largest mining farms

Along with the growing popularity of cryptocurrency, commercial enterprises for mining have begun to develop actively. They are called mining farms. In today's article from the weekly column "Financial Geography," we will talk about where the largest data centers for getting cryptocurrency are located.

20/06/19 09:30 UTC-4
OtherDonate to “Gift a Life” with cryptocurrency

Useful crypto investments: “Gift a Life” – charitable organization

Russia's largest charitable foundation “Podari Zhizn” (translated as “gift a life”) was established on November 26, 2006 by actresses Dina Korzun and Chulpan Khamatova. The main tasks of the organization are to raise funds for the treatment and rehabilitation of children with oncological and hematological diseases, as well as provide financial assistance to specialized clinics.

16/06/19 08:20 UTC-4
CryptocurrencyTourism for Bitcoin: TOP-5 agencies

Top 5 travel agencies that accept Bitcoin

​Today it is unlikely anyone will be surprised by purchases for cryptocurrencies and Bitcoins. However, some services have already started selling for crypto, not only goods, but also services. For example, tourist services are gaining popularity, which accept Bitcoin to pay for a tour, guide services and guides, and, of course, to plan a trip itinerary.

14/06/19 07:29 UTC-4
CryptocurrencyHow cryptocurrencies develop in Kazakhstan: crypto-geography

Financial geography: cryptocurrency in Kazakhstan

​The Republic of Kazakhstan ranks second in size among the CIS countries. According to the 2018 census, 18,395,660 people live in the country. It is not at all strange that, with such many people, many Kazakhs are actively interested in cryptocurrencies, mine and sell digital money on exchanges.

25/05/19 03:37 UTC-4
CryptocurrencyManipulation of the crypto-rate, as well as market efficiency: trading for dummies

Cryptocurrency trading for dummies: market efficiency and course manipulation

​For many, it is no longer news that the cryptocurrency rate is very volatile, in contrast to the classical forms of investment (for example, securities). The value of some crypto-assets may fall or rise in a matter of hours. Such manifestations of the change in course can be explained by the hypothesis of market efficiency, as well as forms of manipulation of the crypto-rate in accordance with it.

24/05/19 07:15 UTC-4
CryptocurrencyCryptocurrencies in Poland. Finance geography

Financial geography. Cryptocurrencies in Poland

​The Republic of Poland is one of the largest countries in Europe, which is the 36th largest in the world in terms of population. Logically, such a large unitary country always needs new financial technologies to maintain its economic condition.

10/05/19 07:27 UTC-4
CryptocurrencyFinancial geography or how cryptocurrencies develop in Germany

Cryptocurrencies in Germany: financial geography

Cryptocurrencies in Germany are becoming increasingly popular. In March last year, the German Ministry of Finance recognized Bitcoin and other Altcoins as “official means of payment”. Since then, the popularity of Bitcoin and crypto payments has increased several times.

12/04/19 06:30 UTC-4
CryptocurrencyCrypto-geography. Digital currencies in Sweden

Financial geography. Cryptocurrencies in Sweden

Sweden, a northern European country, as well as neighboring Denmark, became a haven for cryptocurrency. The country has the lowest utilization rate of paper money, and therefore it was incredibly easy to accept digital assets for residents of Sweden.