Cryptocurrency Blog

  • What Is Cryptojacking?

    What is cryptojacking? Cryptojacking is the unlawful use of a device to mine cryptocurrency. The act of forcing someone’s device to mine cryptocurrency doesn’t need to be that tech savvy. Many cryptojacking issues result from the code residing on a website, once users land on the website, the script goes to work, tricking the user’s … Read More

    PayPal Proceeds With Blockchain Startup Investment

    If you’ve been following cryptocurrency news, you’ve heard PayPal’s name get thrown around. Now the online payment company is actually following through with interest in blockchain technology, by investing in Cambridge Blockchain, a startup that helps manage sensitive data on the shared ledgers. In a extension of Series A funding, PayPal has invested an undisclosed … Read More

    Search Engine On The Blockchain?

    With the latest news of AHREFs announcing it will be entering the search engine landscape, with a twist, a profit sharing modality. If we are to follow AHREFs correctly, to have the kind of accountability needed for search engine profit sharing based on content, one can see how the blockchain would naturally come to mind. … Read More

    Hurdles To Cryptocurrency Mass Adoption

    Currently cryptocurrency is growing, it’s come a long way from the infancy stage it was in, back in 2013, however it’s still in it’s toddler stages now, and needs more ethics and socialization experience. There’s no arguing that the blockchain technology alone can help humanity in a variety of ways, but if not steered correctly … Read More

    No Cryptocurrency Will, That’s A Big Problem

    With the recent issue with QuadrigaCX lost cryptocurrency millions, it’s a good time to bring up the importance of having a backup plan, in case of your untimely demise / passing from this plane of existence, in other words, a will, for cryptocurrency.  Since your funds will still be there, long after you aren’t to … Read More