Ethereum

Ethereum (ETH) is a cryptocurrency created by a Russian prodigy Vitalik Buterin in 2013. This is currency is widely speculated to overtake Bitcoin if a so-called flippening scenario does happen. The Ethereum ICO was conducted in Q3 of 2014. With more than 31,000 BTC raised, it remains one of the most successful crowdfunding projects of all time.   
 
Just like Bitcoin, Ether utilizes a Blockchain technology but it managed to stand out because of featuring ‘smart contracts’, which create more possibilities for real-world adoption of cryptocurrencies. Furthermore, Ethereum’s smart contracts are commonly used by ICOs (the majority of today’s ICOs are Ethereum-based ERC-20 tokens).

Do not miss the breaking latest news about Ethereum along with the updates straight from Vitalik’s Twitter.

Thomas Hughes

Constantinople Delay Makes a Dent in Ethereum’s Price

Since Sunday, Jan. 20, $6 billion has been wiped from the cryptocurrency markets as Bitcoin is trading lower and dragging altcoins with it
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Constantinople Delay Makes a Dent in Ethereum’s Price
Alex Morris

Best Cryptocurrency Mining Hardware in 2019

From old Samsung smartphones to monstrous ASIC miners that will cost you a fortune – U.Today reviews the best cryptocurrency mining hardware of 2019
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Best Cryptocurrency Mining Hardware in 2019
Darryn Pollock

Ripple Believes XRP Should Be Viewed Just Like Bitcoin

Most cryptocurrencies are in a legal classification grey area, especially in the US, but Ripple believes XRP should be viewed like Bitcoin.
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Ripple Believes XRP Should Be Viewed Just Like Bitcoin
Alex Morris

Ethereum Сore Developer Calls Constantinople Least Eventful Hard Fork Ever

Experts predict that the reduction of mining rewards will actually benefit the network, but it also could be a bad omen
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Ethereum Сore Developer Calls Constantinople Least Eventful Hard Fork Ever
Thomas Hughes

Market Cap Shrinks, Ethereum Takes Another Blow Ahead of Constantinople Fork

Since Jan. 10, the total market cap has shrunk from $138 billion to $118 billion and most cryptocurrencies have been sliding lower
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Market Cap Shrinks, Ethereum Takes Another Blow Ahead of Constantinople Fork