Welcome to our newest format – Altcoin Spotlight! We will aim to post a new report once or twice per month, depending on time and available resources. Altcoin Spotlight will cover various altcoins with a focus on new coin launches. We will try to summarize the most important points of various altcoins that we find interesting or worthy of attention. Since this series is new on MyAltcoins, we figured it was only appropriate to start it with the introduction of a fresh, new altcoin on the block – Cruzbit! Cruzbit is a coin which recently surfaced but is already getting a lot of traction. Without further ado, let’s see what Cruzbit is all about!
In this case study, we examine if building a good project is enough to get listed on cryptocurrency exchanges free of charge or if such a feat is even possible. Very often, we see projects having large premines and/or founders block reward cut. Expensive cryptocurrency exchange listings are the recurrently used rationale. Is it justified or quality projects can find their way to free cryptocurrency exchange listing? Information presented below should provide a solid overview of this topic.
Staying in the loop with all that is happening can be a bit rough on your own. This is why, like in any other field, crypto has a lot of communities. There are a lot of Telegram groups, Discord servers, and various crypto forums. Some are public, while others are private or paid groups. Even though Discord is primarily a platform for gamers, because of its multi practical design and efficient organization, it is great for crypto purposes. Most altcoins have communities led by developers and core teams, and it is a great place to ask any question and stay in the loop with your favorite currency. But crypto Discords go beyond that. There are a lot of communities that are managed by people passionate about crypto, altcoins, mining, and everything this vast space has to offer. In this post, we bring a list of our favorite crypto Discords that everyone can join.
Welcome to another edition of our Crypto Week In Review. We spent a great deal talking about a proposal to reorg the Bitcoin blockchain after a certain hack. A lot of people had some strong reactions when such a reorg was mentioned. Now this story goes further in another direction. There was a Bitcoin Cash “51% attack” organized by two mining pools which obviously had the majority of votes to carry out the attack. Let’s see what happened during this BCH 51% May attack.
Welcome to the newest Crypto Week In Review. This week, unfortunately, we continue in a similar fashion and the main news of the week is the Cryptopia hack culmination – liquidation. We take a moment to revisit the hack, results of it, and the brief period of the Cryptopia activity after the hack. In the end, the hack was too big for the exchange to handle it. We also visit some of the happenings this week like Ledger Nano X first shipment and a threat unpatched Ethereum clients pose. Also, Bitfinex and Tether drama continues as New York Supreme Court orders freezing all USDT transfers to Bitfinex. Enjoy this edition of Crypto Week In Review.
After some discussions and community feedback, we decided it is time to change how our Crypto Week In Review reports look like. Previously we would briefly discuss the most important happening of the day, and we would do that for every day in the week. While it was nice to get a preview of the entire week, we didn’t have enough space to get into some things in greater detail. With this change, we can pick the most relevant information (or two) and discuss it in a more thorough and detailed fashion. Welcome to the fresh new format, we hope you enjoy the read. As you can all already guess, this week we talk about the big Binance hack.