600k bitcoin miners shut down? Article via coindesk

Between 600,000 and 800,000 bitcoin miners have shut down since mid-November amid declines in price and hashrate across the network, according to the third-largest mining pool. In an interview with CoinDesk, Mao Shixing, founder of F2pool, said his firm’s estimate takes into account the total network hashrate drop and the average hash power of older… Read More 600k bitcoin miners shut down? Article via coindesk

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Armistice Day 2018

The 11th day has passed and was commemorated with more pomp and circumstance than we deserve given those we commemorate for are as far from pomp through their circumstance than one could ever understand. It is right we remember them for the very essence of remembering should in fact stop us ever repeating the fact.… Read More Armistice Day 2018


Is it just me?

I may be a little long in the tooth, the type of person that liked the way americanisms hit our streets but deplored the fact that copying it became cool, in some eyes so cool we were happy to dilute our own culture to accommodate it. You know what I mean don’t you? We all… Read More Is it just me?

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Why no one is googling crypto anymore.

Here’s an interesting start to a piece on “sludge feed”: Public interest in cryptocurrencies continues to hit new lows, as revealed by Google search trends for the two top-ranked digital currencies: “Bitcoin” and “Ethereum.” Google Trends utilises numbers to represent search interests that are relative to the highest point on the chart (100) for the given… Read More Why no one is googling crypto anymore.