Taiwan is set to become the latest country to introduce clearly defined cryptocurrency regulations. The new crypto regulations are being designed to combat money laundering activities in the country.
Even if the mining business would collapse entirely, AMD remains confident they can generate a higher profit in Q2 compared to the same quarter in 2017.
Andrew Rossow helps newcomers or people that are curious with the concept of Bitcoin. He gives the readers a holistic view to have a different perspective and helps then understand on a easier level.
Cryptocurrency has died down a bit but may later have a resurgence in investments. The issue still remains such as, security. One of the most risky parts in investing Bitcoin is the lack of security and can easily be hacked by a cyber-criminal and can be done multiple times since its not backed by a government.
This article entails the overall aspect of building a gaming computer. This gives us an insight on what it takes to build a computer and also helps understand how frustrating cryptocurrency is ruining it.
17 million done, four million to go. This is where the cap of Bitcoins can reach; 21 million BTS. But miners wouldn't need to stop when they've reached the cap.
Demand for computer components has skyrocketed with the surge of cryptocurrency mining. With prices more than doubling the past 12 months in some cases as suppliers are struggling to build enough capacity to meet the demand.
Warren Buffett is still dismissive of bitcoin. He says that when you buy the cryptocurrency, "You're just hoping the next guy pays more... That is not investing." Buffet basically down talks the concept of bitcoin because its not a real investment because an investment is something that delivers something to you while instead, Bitcoin is someone is paying more for the same thing.
People have heard of Bitcoin but don't know what exactly it is. People say its a huge investment thats used for online purchases and others disagree. The concept sounds too good to be true and this article lists the pros and cons in investing in Bitcoin.
Bitcoin's history is explained with the initial launch of the program back in 2009 and the economic change is explained. Not only that, the effects of the program has changed how computers are used, now there's a high demand of computer parts thats making it difficult for the supplier to meet the demand, making the parts exponentially expensive. Making it harder for newcomers of PC gamer's to get into or even think of starting to get into.
Cryptocurrency is taking itself serious and letting consumers know they mean business. Bitcoin is now valued online and some websites are allowing purchases with BTS (Bitcoins) such as Newegg- an online electronics store- and other businesses as well. People are buying up as many computer parts like GPUs to make investments rather than using it for entertainment like gaming and video rendering for videos online and streaming.
Both miners and gamers are rushing to buy GPU's as quickly as they can. Cryptocurrency has ups and downs on the market and can crash like the stockmarket which could keep miners from investing and giving gamers a chance. But for the time being, GPU's are super difficult to purchase because of the supply being very low.
Interest in crypto-currency is now steady instead of exponentially increasing. Demand for GPU's have decreased as well, leading to prices to decrease slowly but we shouldn't celebrate just yet. Due to how new powerful GPU's get released frequently, this means miners could possibly be waiting for the newest hardware to be released which would then of course increase the prices since it'll be snatched up in seconds.
Bitcoin crashed below $8,000 for the first time in months amid a continuing global crypto rout. The decline has erased any revenue made from the newcomers. Those who have been investing in Bitcoin has said that those who can't deal with huge risks shouldn't be part of it and should do other investments because you can gain large amounts and lose all of it the next day.
There might well be some affordable graphics cards hitting the market soon if DigiTimes’ report of a 40% drop-off in graphics card shipments is to be believed. This could mean that graphics cards are going back to a more reasonable price because the demand for GPU's are slowly decreasing as it should. This will entice those who plan to build their gaming rig to be more easily persuaded to start.