Satoshi CORE Mining - Step by step guide on how to mine Satoshi second BTC for free

  Satoshi  BTCs now rebranded to CORE Mining is a Turing-complete Blockchain leveraging the  Bitcoin (BTC) mining hash rate and the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). The core is powered by a new consensus mechanism, Satoshi Plus which applies a protocol-driven validator election mechanism to combine the optional features of Proof of Work (PoW) and Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) to ensure the maximization of security, scalability, and decentralization. The rapid development of Bitcoin which makes its value rise millions of times in ten years has made only a few people caught up with Bitcoin and this is not in line with Satoshi Nakamoto's fair wealth creation and protection of wealth spirit and this now led to the birth of Core Coin (BTCs). CORE Chain Satoshi Bookkeeping smart contract using Bitcoin computing power, connecting 'Smart Contract' with Bitcoin's 'Proof of Work' PoW to leverage the strength of each while simultaneously ameliorating their respective sho

Bitcoin Fall Below $8000 Again





Bitcoin and other digital currencies were in free fall Wednesday 23, 2018. Over the past 24 hours, the bitcoin price dropped by around 4 per cent from $8,300 staying at $7,606 as at the period of publishing this post.

The collapse in cryptocurrencies has seen the total value of all coins fall to $326 billion, down some $50 billion in just 72 hours, according to Coinmarketcap.

Bitcoin bull Tom Lee of Fund start Global Advisors is holding firm, telling CNBC that institutional investors are just waiting for clarification of regulation before dipping their toes in the water.

Lee told CNBC that his price target for the No. 1 digital currency "Bitcoin" remains at $25,000.

Bitcoin Price Trend

The correction of the cryptocurrency market can be attributed to three major factors: Mt. Gox sell-off in early May, Bitfinex taxation policy, and a scandal involving South Korea's two largest cryptocurrency exchanges Upbit and Bithumb.

The three factors led investors to lose confidence and trust in the cryptocurrency market in the short term. By targeting a small portion of their user base to forfeit tax IDs and personal identification, Bitfinex led large-scale investors to become fearful of potential government intervention and withdrew big sums of funds from the exchange.

In South Korea, due to the controversy surrounding UPbit and Bithumb, local investors have become confused and indecisive, not knowing whether the local cryptocurrency market can be trusted or not.


Spread the news

Comments