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Ethereum Constantinople Network Update

Ethereum Constantinople Network Update

The Ethereum community eagerly awaits the much anticipated Constantinople hard fork, or as Vitalik Buterin suggested recently on twitter, “network update”. According to ethereum.org’s blog, the update will implement 5 Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIPs) to...

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First Bitcoin Tweet

First Bitcoin Tweet

Hal Finney was an Engineer who worked in the computer gaming and cyber security industry. He was a Cryptographic Activist and created the first reusable proof of work system before Bitcoin. On January 10, 2009 he posted the very first tweet about Bitcoin. Hal Finney...

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Genesis Block 10th Anniversary

Genesis Block 10th Anniversary

On January 3, 2019 the Bitcoin community celebrated the 10th anniversary of the genesis block. 10 years ago, in the middle of a global financial crisis, the first block of the Bitcoin blockchain was mined. Satoshi Nakamoto included in the blockchain a headline from...

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Altcoin Support

Altcoin Support

Altcoin SupportChainBytes ATMs now support altcoins BTC, ETH, LTC, PIVX and Dash. Operators can add more coins. Coin developers and altcoin support teams can now request a listing of new coins.  ATM Operators can request additional coin support by submitting a request...

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How to use a Bitcoin ATM

How to use a Bitcoin ATM

Bitcoin ATMs Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency in the world, has become a widely accepted payment method. Even though, it has faced some setbacks it continues in the limelight. Moreover, various businesses ranging from small convenience stores to multinational...

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Benefits of Hosting Bitcoin ATMs

Benefits of Hosting Bitcoin ATMs

Information provided on this blog post is general in nature and does not represent financial advice. One of the easiest ways to buy and sell cryptocurrencies is using Bitcoin ATMs. They are similar to the traditional banking ATMs, easy to use and simplify the process...

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Bitcoin Divisibility: Satoshis & Units

Bitcoin’s divisibility is one of its many features. People that have never used cryptocurrencies before might think that they are required to purchase a whole Bitcoin to transact with the new form of currency; however, one Bitcoin is divisible into 100 million units and its smallest unit is called a Satoshi.

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