2017-09-21

BitGo and Ledger Provide Integrated Multi-Sig Hardware Security for Bitcoin September 21, 2017 at 03:57PM



Today we are excited to announce a partnership with Ledger to combine the benefits of BitGo’s multi-signature enterprise wallet with Ledger’s hardware-based key storage. The integration is complete and available for the Nano S and Nano Blue.

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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Update September 21, 2017 at 03:57PM



Shortly before August 1st, we announced that BitGo would provide a tool to deal with the BCH fork. Like others, we didn’t have enough lead time to support the BCH fork on the day it launched.

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2017-09-20

Replay Protection in The Blockchain Wars September 20, 2017 at 03:57AM



However what this short video doesn’t cover, is that there are multiple levels of replay protection. I believe a lot of anger and confusion stems from not properly understanding this. So I’ll do my best to explain. There are various technical ways to implement any of these four levels.

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Excellent article. – Elliot Olds – Medium September 20, 2017 at 03:57AM



Excellent article. I share your enthusiasm for hard forks and for the “evolutionary” model of public blockchains (here’s a FAQ I wrote about hard fork governance), but I’m more skeptical of the benefits of changing the token distribution in the fork itself.

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WHAT IS COMING UP AFTER THE TOKEN SALE September 20, 2017 at 01:58AM



Propy’s Token sale ends in less than 4 days, on September 15th. It has been an exciting month for the team! Since the launch of our token sale, more than 14.5 million tokens (1PRO=$1) have been sold and about 5000 people took part in the sale. We have received over 33,700 ETH and over 1000 BTC.

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2017-09-06

This is the early days of Cryptocurrency. We are still in the lunatic fringe, and it is time to dive in. September 06, 2017 at 11:30PM



You may have seen this graphic before. It’s the technology adoption curve. New technology that eventually becomes successfully adopted generally follows this bell curve. With inventors and innovators starting the trend, early adopters following next.

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Dear Crypto, You’re Being Played By Wall Street September 06, 2017 at 11:30PM



Like many of you, reading through the hundreds of Crypto projects out there has killed my attention span for Crypto articles, so I’ll skip to the ending right here: It’s my belief, based on my decades of firsthand experience of seeing Wall Street’s games play out over and over and over, that t

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Modern application architecture and the Mining Industry September 06, 2017 at 11:30PM



I’ve been working on mining industry for 4 years as an Enterprise Architect. During this period, I had the opportunity to collaborate in strategies that surrounds the digital transformation in this industry.

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Getting Started mining Ethereum on Ubuntu (January 2017) September 06, 2017 at 11:30PM



This is an explanation for Linux/Ubuntu Distribution. I found a few resources and after enough digging I was able to repeat the process multiple times. This link will give you the most updated version available. When installing ubuntu/linux, it will use standard drivers, we want the cutting edge.

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2017-09-03

The structure of an LLL contract — Part 3 September 03, 2017 at 07:23PM



In the previous article we examined the INIT section of an LLL contract. This time we’re going to cover the CODE section of that same contract. The CODE section is equivalent to the set of functions in a Solidity contract, excluding the constructor.

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Introduction to zk-SNARKs with examples September 03, 2017 at 07:23PM



In this post we aim to give an overview of zk-SNARKs from a practical viewpoint. We will treat the actual math as a black box but will try to develop some intuitions around how we can use them, and will give a simple application of the recent work on integrating zk-SNARKs in Ethereum.

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2017-08-27

Why Blockchains Fork: A Tale of Two Cryptocurrencies August 26, 2017 at 11:57PM



Bitcoin and Ethereum have both seen high-profile forks in the past year, spawning separate coins with different rules. The splits come down to diverging ideologies and the laws of network consensus. On August 1st, a new cryptocurrency called Bitcoin Cash appeared online.

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A Better Way To Upgrade Bitcoin August 26, 2017 at 11:57PM



With talk of possible hard forks to Bitcoin being all the rage these days, I thought it would be a good opportunity to share an idea I’ve been thinking about. It’s not an entirely new concept.

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Why I Was Wrong About Segwit And Big Blocks August 26, 2017 at 11:57PM



Segwit has activated on the network, and a lot of people have pointed out that my pinned tweet is 2/3 wrong. Indeed, I was very wrong on two of these predictions. In this article, I’m going to do a little bit of self-reflection and explain my analysis at the time and what’s changed.

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2017-08-26

How to turn Django Admin into a lightweight dashboard August 26, 2017 at 01:27PM



Django Admin is a powerful tool for managing data in your app. However, it was not designed with summary tables and charts in mind. Luckily, the developers of Django Admin made it easy for us to customize. We are going to turn Django Admin into a dashboard by adding a chart and a summary table.

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21 is an Open Source Library for the Machine-Payable Web August 26, 2017 at 02:47AM



Today we are open sourcing 21, a software package that makes it extremely easy to work with Bitcoin over HTTP. Feel free to preview the script with ‘less’ before running the installer.

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