What Actually Happened to BITCOIN?

2007. Japan. The mysterious man named Satoshi Nakamoto starts working on his new bold idea – a concept of bitcoin. When it appeared, nobody knew how huge it’ll become. The first bitcoin purchase was 2 pizzas! However, right now bitcoin is far from being on top. So what happened? Other videos you might like: How […]

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Is Facebook Building Cryptocurrency?

According to Business Insider, Facebook is trying to build a cryptocurrency that “would power money transfers on WhatsApp”. The Silicon Valley tech giant has reportedly been trying to build a “stablecoin” equivalent to the value of the dollar. Earlier in 2018, amid widespread bitcoin and crypto hype, Facebook had announced it was launching a blockchain […]

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Blockchain Technology Simplified: Bitcoins and Blockchain Explained | Blockchain Tutorial | Edureka

*** Blockchain Certification Training: *** In this short video on “Blockchain Technology Simplified” you will understand Blockchain, the revolutionizing technology, and a concept that might simplify our way of living. This video explains how transactions all over the world are kept secured and verified with this trending technology. Check out our Blockchain Tutorial Playlist: ————————————- […]

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Ethereum vs Bitcoin | Which Crypto is Better? | Blockchain Ethereum Developer Course | Edureka

***** Ethereum Developer’s Certification course: ***** This Edureka’s Ethereum video on “Ethereum vs Bitcoin” tells you the key differences between the two leading blockchain implementations. Below are the parameters on which you will understand the differences or similarities: 1. Cryptocurrency 2. Accounts 3. Smart Contracts 4. Transactions 5. Consensus 6. Mining Here is the link […]

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Query LOCAL Bitcoin blockchain with C# .NET

I am trying to perform simple thing: check “balance” of a given bitcoin address but using ONLY locally stored blockchain (downloaded via Bitcoin Core). Something similar to this (by using NBitCoin and/or QBitNinja), but without need of access to the network: private static readonly QBitNinjaClient client = new QBitNinjaClient(Network.Main); / public decimal CheckBalance(BitcoinPubKeyAddress address) { […]

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