#TECHNOLOGY

Zenz van der Wielen

What is a Bitcoin Mixer?

One of the core strengths of Blockchain technology is that it is transparent. However, some people wish for a more private situation. This is why cryptocurrency mixers (or Tumblers) have been invented.

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Kevin van der Linden

What is Proof-of-History?

Anatoly Yakovenko, founder of Solana, has designed a unique consensus algorithm for the Solana network, called Proof-of-History. Partly thanks to this consensus algorithm, the value of Solana has risen sharply in the past month. Can Proof-of-History be the consensus of the future? In this article, we will look at several well-known consensus algorithms to see if Proof-of-History is more than just a hype.

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Kevin van der Linden

Comparing Cardano, Ethereum and Solana

In this article I'm going to tell you what makes Ethereum, Cardano and Solana unique, take a look at their market value and discuss the potential of the three currencies.

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Kevin van der Linden

Cardano (ADA) forecast - What to expect from the price

This article will provide you with information on how future upgrades may affect Cardano's price, partly due to similarities with Ethereum's upgrades.

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Ted Maas

Earning crypto while gaming – Grind for gear and NFT’s in MIR4

MIR4 is a blockchain-based multiplayer where players can earn crypto, which in turn, can be used on an NFT-exchange. Is it a good game? Probably not. Is it a new way to engage with blockchain technology? That it sure is.

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Ted Maas

Cardano’s Alonzo Update. Bringing smart contracts to the Cardano network

The Cardano roadmap got updated on the 13th of August, indicating a release date for the long awaited Alonzo update. Let’s take a closer look at the update and the implications it might have for Cardano’s future.

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Kevin van der Linden

What is Token Burn?

Burning tokens is a phenomenon in the cryptospace that occurs regularly. However, we noticed that the concept is not entirely clear to many people. Time to learn more.

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Kevin van der Linden

What are stablecoins? The sleeping giants in the crypto world

Led by the largest stablecoin Tether, stablecoins have become an undisputed player in the crypto world. Perhaps even the future for central banks.

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Ted Maas

The most ridiculous NFT’s (so far)

Let’s take a look at the most ridiculous and most expensive NFT’s out there. Spoiler alert: it gets quite ridiculous and quite expensive.

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Kevin van der Linden

Everything you need to know about decentralized applications (dApps)

Due to the large amount of dApps with various use cases, we will explain in this article what dApps are, what the advantages are of building a dApp and what are the most interesting dApps to follow in the upcoming years.

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Kevin van der Linden

Square - Building a Bitcoin hardware wallet

At the beginning of June, Square CEO Jack Dorsey announced that the company was considering building a hardware wallet for Bitcoin. In this article, we briefly discuss Jack Dorsey and why Square will be starting to build a hardware wallet.

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Zenz van der Wielen

Cryptocurrency mining - where to start?

Mining is the digital process by which new coins are entered into circulation. By performing and checking transactions on the blockchain, miners assist with the creation of a safe and secure blockchain. The more miners, the more decentralized the blockchain will be.

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Ted Maas

Ethereum Classic – The $50M investment and the upcoming hard fork

With Bitcoin declining more than 25%, the altcoin market quickly followed. Some people dubbed it the official start of the bear market. But with a hard fork on the way, and a $50M dollar investment, one particular coin bounced back rather quickly.

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Zenz van der Wielen
Ted Maas

What is Taproot?

Taproot is Bitcoin’s biggest upgrade since 2017’s SegWit. In this article we will define what Taproot is, when it will launch and how it will benefit the Bitcoin ecosystem.

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