Ethereum is the second-largest blockchain-cryptocurrency platform after Bitcoin, in terms of market capitalisation. It was conceived by Vitalik Buterin—then 19 years old—and formally launched in 2015.
Bitcoin and gold are increasingly being used as hedge assets for inflation. Today, we’ll be looking at why companies and not only individual investors are buying Bitcoin.
Alongside their rising popularity, there is an increasing confusion regarding how to use cryptocurrencies. Through this article, we intend to solve this problem by explaining the three major ways in which you can use cryptocurrencies—Buy & Hold (HODL), Trade, and Payments.
Bitcoin is often compared to gold, earning it the nickname, "digital gold". In our previous post, "Is Bitcoin digital gold?" we compared and contrasted Bitcoin and gold. Today, we’re having a look at how their prices compare.
When it comes to the mass adoption of new technologies, there need to be feasible projects or use-cases that have the potential to change the world. In this context, let us discuss some of the real-world use-cases of blockchain and cryptocurrency.