#TECHNOLOGY

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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Ted Maas

The best cryptocurrency websites 2021

Last year we made a list of the top 10 websites every crypto fan should know about. A tumultuous year has passed and we sat down to check whether the list was still up-to-date (spoiler alert: it wasn’t).

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Kevin van der Linden

Chainlink and the Oracle network

In this article, we explain what oracles are, how they work and why they have the potential to have a great future in and outside of the crypto world.

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Tom Verhagen

Crypto and sustainability. Which coins are the most sustainable?

What is the influence of cryptocurrency on the environment? Is cryptocurrency sustainable? Which coins are the most sustainable? These questions will be answered in this article.

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Valerie Overgaauw

Non-Fungible Tokens in the music industry-These big artists already use them

In the last months, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) have become more popular. The use of NFT’s is also noticed in the music industry. Over the past weeks more and more artists have started to use NFT’s even selling albums via the innovative way. Curious which artists have started NFT’s and why they want to use it? Let’s talk about it today!

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Ted Maas

Why are the current Bitcoin mining fees so high?

In today’s article we are going to take a closer look at what a miner’s fee is and why Bitcoin’s fee are currently so high.

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Kevin van der Linden

Ethereum 2.0 is coming. What effect will it have on the price?

With Ethereum 2.0 just around the corner, exciting times are ahead for the second largest crypto. In this blog, we discuss the possible effects on the price of Ethereum that the upgrades may trigger.

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Ted Maas

Berlin Update - What to expect of Ethereum's hard fork

On block 12,244,000 the Berlin mainnet upgrade will be de deployed on the Ethereum network.

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Ted Maas

Cardano Hard Fork – What will the Mary upgrade do

Today Cardano (ADA) will roll out the ‘Mary’ update on its mainnet, an important step for the current number three on CoinMarketCap. Let’s take a look at what the implications are and how this upgrade will effect the Cardano network.

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Ted Maas

51% attacks – How to counter them with MESS or DPoS

Will all future crypto’s benefit from a Delegated-Proof-of-Stake algorithm, or will other solutions such as ETC’s MESS be the solution? Find out in part 2 on 51% attacks.

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Ted Maas

51% Attack - How to take over the blockchain

But what does a 51% attack actually mean and how often does it happen? In today’s article we are going to take a look at the definition of a 51% attack and some famous examples that happened throughout the years.

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