2 Top Blockchain Stocks to Buy Now

2 Top Blockchain Stocks to Buy Now

These outstanding businesses are well-positioned to profit from the rising popularity of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. People seeking to profit from the game-changing potential of blockchain technology often attempt to trade cryptocurrencies as a means to do so. Yet while fortunes can certainly be made in the crypto markets, trading cryptocurrencies is a high-risk endeavor.…
The Blockchain Train: Get On Board—With Caution

The Blockchain Train: Get On Board—With Caution

A giant display of the key word at the blockchain centre, which aims to boost start-ups, in Lithuania's capital Vilnius. Credit: PETRAS MALUKAS/AFP/Getty ImagesAll aboard the blockchain train. Just proceed with caution—it’s not yet as safe and secure as it needs to be.No, we’re not talking cryptocurrency here. This isn’t about Bitcoin, Ethereum or any…
Samsung just released the Galaxy Note 10, but a new version is already on the way

Samsung just released the Galaxy Note 10, but a new version is already on...

The Galaxy Note 10 phones are already available in several markets, with Samsung’s newest flagship coming in two different sizes and two wireless options. Add to that a bunch of colors, and you’ll likely find a Note 10 model to meet your needs. However, if you were planning to buy the blockchain version of the…
The 3D-Printed Gun Threat Is Getting Weird and Scary

The 3D-Printed Gun Threat Is Getting Weird and Scary

Image: Metropolitan Police / GizmodoA London student was just convicted for using a 3D printer to make a gun—but not just something that looks like a gun. On Wednesday, Tendai Muswere pleaded guilty to manufacturing a lethal firearm with a 3D printer after watching related videos online. The weapon in question resembles a pepper-box revolver,…
Hedera Hashgraph will launch beta for alternative cryptocurrency on September 16

Hedera Hashgraph will launch beta for alternative cryptocurrency on September 16

Hedera Hashgraph, the company behind an enterprise-grade blockchain alternative that raised $124 million last year, plans to grant open access to its mainnet beta on September 16 as part of a new milestone for its fast and secure public ledger technology. The platform will allow any developer from the general public to create an account…
The standout candidates to Bitcoin’s Satoshi Nakamoto

The standout candidates to Bitcoin’s Satoshi Nakamoto

Welcome to Hard Fork Basics, a collection of tips, tricks, guides, and advice to keep you up to date in the cryptocurrency and blockchain world. One of todays greatest technology mysteries is not how Bitcoin works, but who created it. On October 31, 2008, s…
10 online courses under $20 to feed your knowledge-hungry brain

10 online courses under $20 to feed your knowledge-hungry brain

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. There are online courses in just about every topic you could possibly imagine. Image: pexels By STACKCOMMERCEMashable Deals2019-06-22 09:00:00 UTC TL;DR: These comprehensive online courses can teach you what you need to know about a variety of subjects,…
Latest Faketoshi says he conveniently ‘lost the hard drive’ containing billions in Bitcoin

Latest Faketoshi says he conveniently ‘lost the hard drive’ containing billions in Bitcoin

Just yesterday we told you how there was a new Faketoshi in town, staking a questionable claim to the Bitcoin BTC throne in a three-part blog series.  Last night saw the release of parts two and three, where Faketoshi deep dives into his alleged creation of Bitcoin, explains why he is unable to move Satoshi…
10 Crypto Gurus You Have to Follow

10 Crypto Gurus You Have to Follow

The world of cryptocurrency is still new, and we all need guidance. Paying attention to people who understand the technology and can explain what’s going on could be helpful. Here are ten crypto gurus you just have to follow. Charlie Lee Charlie Lee is the creator of Litecoin, the silver to Bitcoin’s gold. He was…
These Prisons Are Banning Books That Teach Inmates How to Code

These Prisons Are Banning Books That Teach Inmates How to Code

Photo: Reed Saxon (AP)The Oregon Department of Corrections [DOC] has barred inmates from reading dozens of books about technology and programming—many of which teach basic skills for many entry-level jobs. The Salem Reporter acquired public records that show 1,600 book titles the state agency has banned. The list is meant to help the mail rooms…
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