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SegWit transactions now make up over 50% of Bitcoin payments

The percentage of Bitcoin transactions using Segregated Witness (SegWit)—which makes bitcoin transactions faster and cheaper—has hit an all-time high of 50.5 percent. The opt-in...

GreenAddress Finalizes SegWit Integration with Opt-out Option

Bitcoin users all over the world are familiar with the GreenAddress service. It was one of the first wallets to introduce some advanced features...

The Number of Bitcoin Network SegWit Transactions Remains Very Small – The Merkle

Now that Segregated Witness has been deployed on the Bitcoin network, the scaling debate has officially been solved. That would be the case, assuming...

Parity Bitcoin Update Includes Support for SegWit, SegWit2x and Bitcoin Cash – The Merkle

Things just keep getting more interesting in the world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. The Parity Bitcoin client, which has been around since April of...

SegWit Implementation Triggers Recovery Across Major Cryptocurrency Markets

  Bitcoin price increased by more than 60% since the beginning of August, as it rose from around $2800 to $4300 earlier today, as most...

With SegWit, Bitcoin Blocks Are Already Over 1 MB – Sort Of

Within 24 hours of SegWit activating on Bitcoin, the network produced its first block over 1 MB in size. The hope is that total...

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“Chinachain” aims to connect hundreds of cities across China. Will it work?

If there’s ever a “Chinachain” for business, sanctified and supported by the state, the BSN ( Blockchain...
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Top 10 BEST Crypto Trading Books for New Traders (2020)

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Crypto Firm That Connects Exchanges and Banks Receives $5m Investment From Wells Fargo

Cryptocurrency startup Elliptic recently held a Series B funding round which was joined by a venture arm...

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