Late 2017 was a popular time for ICO’s to make their way onto the Crypto market. We saw a total of 235 registered ICO’s appear in just 2017, compared to 2016s 46. With that many flooding on to the market, it can be difficult to know which are scams and Ponzi schemes and so the Embily team has compiled a bunch of warning signs on ICO’s and scam projects to look out for, which will hopefully help you to protect your money.
Like part one of this article (https://embily.com/blockchain-world-conference-bangkok-2017-embily-report/), I will include the link to the events website as it has details such as the event day timetable, as well as pictures of each speaker, giving you an idea of what they look like. https://blockchainworldconferences.com/
Sometimes it’s nice to put a face to something, right?
With everyone back in the ball room from lunch, the first keynote session of the day was ready to start. Read more
From the blockchain world conference website
Recently, Beyond Blocks and iStack Holdings organised a Blockchain world conference here in Bangkok, Thailand at the extravagant Grand Hyatt hotel on the 4th of December 2017. The Embily team made sure to be there, as well as hundreds of other attendees from all over the country and even other parts of the world.
In this article, I will be reporting on my experience and highlights of the day and although it has already passed, check out the conference website as it has a nicely presented list of speakers, panel times and other details. The website is the following link; https://blockchainworldconferences.com/
So, whether you were there or not, you can now grab a drink, kick back and enjoy this report.
I’m an avid video gamer with countless hours on Steam (A digital distribution platform mainly for games), with dozens and dozens of games on my account. I can safely say I’ve over a couple of thousands of hours on various games on the Steam platform alone. That couple of thousand hours does not include other games that are not on the Steam platform such as a popular online game called Guild Wars 2, where I have another couple of thousand hours also. As well as a long list of other games that I’ve also sunk many hours into also.
Why are there different versions of Bitcoin? Hardforks? What are hardforks? These and many more questions are what keep me up at nights.
Sometimes learning something new can be a struggle. Especially if that something is new technology like cryptocurrency. If you’ve already been on an online exchange, or have taken a look around the internet, you’ve probably notice there’s a big list of cryptocurrencies.
This article aims to help you understand why there is a seemingly never-ending list of different cryptocurrencies, how and why they come to be.
Full nodes are ledgers in a blockchain network. They keep and have every single transaction ever made on the record. Before continuing, I want to clarify these ledgers (full nodes) are not specific to Bitcoin and is essential to ANY cryptocurrency that defines itself as decentralised.
But for the sake of this article and easy-understand, I will talk only about the Full Nodes of the Bitcoin network, however, keep in mind that for the most part, full nodes in any cryptocurrency blockchain work pretty much the same way.