Are you interested in an electric skateboard? This collection of mini electric skateboards is useful if you need a smaller, lighter board that is more portable. If you’re looking to use it for commuting to work or school and it needs to be light enough to carry around and stuff under your desk or in your locker, you’ll appreciate the lighter weight and smaller size of a mini electric skateboard. Depending on how much you’re looking to spend, you don’t need to sacrifice any of the speed or range of the larger electric longboards – some of these little fellows … Continue reading Best Mini Electric Skateboard
It seems like every month there are a whole bunch of new altcoins that are CPU-mineable only – and while most of the projects are simply not worth wasting time on, there are some great blockchain ideas that have a potential to turn into legitimate businesses. Even if they don’t succeed long term, mining them, at least for a season, can be profitable. This collection of the best mining CPUs started in 2019, but really carries over into 2020 and until there are newer, more powerful CPUs available on the retail market. While this mining cpu comparison chart lists things … Continue reading Best CPUs for Mining in 2020
July 22 is launch date for testing the Bakkt platform! In a Medium post on June 13, Adam White, COO of Bakkt and former Coinbase executive compared the coming launch as monumental as Apollo 11’s moon landing (who’s 50th anniversary … Continue reading Bakkt announces date for BTC Futures Trading
NVidia CEO Jensen Huang jokingly dissmissed AMD’s new GPU, claiming the announcement was underwhelming and that the RTX 2080 would ‘crush’ the Radeon VII in any benchmarking comparisons. He even went on to say the AMD card’s “performance is lousy”. … Continue reading AMD announces new GPU, and NVidia trashes it
….despite cryptos being in a huge bear market! The number of crypto ATMs installed worldwide is now above 4,000 according to Coin ATM Radar. Currently, 4.9 machines are being installed each day, despite the bearish market action. Almost 72% of … Continue reading Everyday almost 5 new Bitcoin ATMs are installed worldwide
In a report released December 20, 2018, one of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission’s top examination priorities this year is cryptocurrencies. In the report, digital assets (which are more specifically described in the document as cryptocurrencies, coins, and tokens) are included among the 6 themes for 2019 examination priorities. I wonder if this means the Bitcoin ETF application waiting for SEC approval (which the SEC has postponed decision making on until February 27th, 2019) will actually be decided on. Back in December, SEC commissioner said “not to hold your breath” waiting for a Bitcoin ETF. Continue reading Cryptocurrencies are one of the top priorities in 2019 for SEC
The securities and exchange commission has outlined a time frame for reviewing proposed rule changes related to a number of diffirent applications for Bitcoin ETFs. The review period affects 9 applications. The SEC has asked for anyone to file a statement in support or rejection of the proposed ETFs by November 5. The regulator had found that the products did not comply with the requirements by the “Exchange Act Section 6(b)(5), in particular the requirement that a national securities exchange’s rules be designed to prevent fraudulent and manipulative acts and practices.” As a result, the applications are being reviewed. Continue reading US SEC sets Nov 5 deadline for reviewing Bitcoin ETF Applications
It’s no secret that the crypto market is hurting – there’s been a nearly 60% pullback from the all time highs from mid January. However, if I can put on my uneducated hat now, it seems like through late December … Continue reading February 2018 Pullback – Has the bubble popped?