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Sunak’s NFT in UK

I barely know anything about Rishi Sunak’s NFT, although we can speculate it’ll likely be sold as a digital asset through a version of the Royal Mint’s online shop, much like its other coins and collectables. How the NFT will …

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Decrypt: Bitcoin Mining Carbon Emissions at ‘Inconsequential’ Levels: CoinShares

Decrypt: Bitcoin Mining Carbon Emissions at ‘Inconsequential’ Levels: CoinShares. https://decrypt.co/?p=91824

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The halvening is upon us: Bitcoin’s reward for miners just dropped 50%

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1Block

Secure, passwordless authentication using Blockchain technology This is very interesting check the link above. Web sites and applications shouldn’t have to rely on problematic identification methods such as usernames and passwords. This is a human problem. This is a customer …

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BitcoinJS 1.0.0 has been released

It is my great pleasure to announce the release of BitcoinJS (formerly bitcoinjs-lib) 1.0.0! BitcoinJS is a library enabling developers to build Bitcoin (and now altcoin) wallets and applications using JavaScript. BitcoinJS is pure JavaScript – it’s easy to read and understand, and works beautifully with node.js and web browsers. This is the first major new version of BitcoinJS in over three years. Since its creation, BitcoinJS has been used in Bitcoin projects everywhere. There are now over 1.5 million wallets in production that use some form of it, which have safely and securely spent billions of dollars worth of …

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The 11GH/S HexFury Will Is The Latest In Low-Power ASIC Bitcoin Miners

  If you’re a bitcoin nerd, you’ll know that finding cheap, low-power mining hardware is pretty hard to do. USB “thumb drive” miners are traditionally woefully underpowered – the little mining rig under my desk right now is running three three BlockErupters and I’m essentially paying for the pleasure of mining bitcoin – but this 11GH/s unit seems to have what it takes to at least make a dent in the blockchain.   Confused as to what this does? Read my tutorial for a bit of context. Essentially this board runs the calculations that makes bitcoin work and, more importantly, …

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Receive bitcoin payment – Blockchain API

All you need is one bitcoin address – No Sign Up, No Downloads, No Fees   It explain and help you to set up a way to connect php to receive payments in Bitcoin   https://blockchain.info/api/api_receive

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