The New Bitcoin Ventures

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The New Bitcoin Ventures

The New Bitcoin Ventures

It seems that a new wave of entrepreneurs has been unleashed in the world, thanks to the rise in value that the decentralized currency known as Bitcoin has experienced. The first few weeks of 2015 seem to have started with a bang, and it’s only going to be harder for those trying to ignore cryptocurrency from now on. With more and more financial experts predicting a bright future for digital currency, it stands to reason that entrepreneurs will flock to this industry sooner rather than later. 

There are many reasons why they would want to do so as well, including how easy it has become to raise money in the last two years, not to mention all the various ways through which one can make money through Bitcoin.

The website Venture Scanner has observed how the number of startups in this industry increased by 70% during 2014 alone. This is quite impressive growth, to say the selves, and it will only get better from here on out. []

The Coin Front writes an article about The New Bitcoin Startups


We are seeing a new wave of entrepreneurs enter the Bitcoin space and it couldn’t come at a better time. Last week, CoinDesk reported that venture capital investments in Bitcoin have increased by 829% annually. A new wave of entrepreneurs joining the space is exactly what it takes for these investments to pay off.

The previous wave of entrepreneurs focused mainly on the creation of companies that served consumers, with BitPay being one of the main players on this front. However, as investors look for more sustainable business models, we are seeing a shift towards creating products and services that better serve traders.

For example, Coinalytics’ offering makes it easy for its customers to track their money on various blockchains. This allows them to gain intelligence from raw data, allowing them to gain real-time insights into digital currencies. Another example would be Hedgy a startup that focuses on securing bitcoin investments with futures contracts.

In addition to this, we are also seeing how companies create products and services around the Bitcoin protocol itself. For example, BlockCypher offers a solution for developers to interact with 10 different cryptocurrencies through an API, which makes it much easier for them to handle these coins.

Now that investors have started looking beyond consumer startups, there’s going to be a huge opportunity for entrepreneurs heading into the business sector. And considering that they already find it easy to raise money (which has been demonstrated recently with the $116 million funding round of $21 million), it’s quite possible that 2015 will be an incredible year for digital currency entrepreneurs, after all.”

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Miners are paid with transaction fees (sending money) and by newly defined “block” (the collection of transactions that are stored every 10 minutes). In this way, they recoup their investment in mining equipment plus a small profit. Miners are becoming more powerful thanks to Moore’s law, the progress of semiconductors, which allows continuously doubling the speed of mining by reducing the cost by half, approximately every four years, since 2009, the year in which mining went from CPUs to GPUs and then to ASICs (specialized miners). are stored every 10 minutes). 

In this way, they recoup their investment in mining equipment plus a small profit. Miners are becoming more powerful thanks to Moore’s law, the progress of semiconductors, which allows continuously doubling the mining speed by reducing the cost by half, approximately every four years, since 2009, when mining went from CPUs to GPUs and then to ASIC (specialized miners)

In 2017 Bitfinex was hacked twice causing a loss of more than 120k bitcoin. To compensate for users’ losses from the hack some suggested borrowing funds from Tether. A year later a study was published showing that Tether was used to manipulate Bitcoin.

If you want to make a long-term investment in the Blockchain community, you should invest in mining equipment and mine new coins. There are multiple ways to buy mining hardware. You can choose different types of mining hardware depending on the coin you are currently mining, for example ASICs, GPUs or even very old CPUs if they can be used with other coins that use similar hashing algorithms. For example, I use my GPU RIGs to mine Etherium (ETH) which uses the Ethash algorithm and works very well because graphics cards have a high hashrate compared to other pieces of the ETH price is usually in an uptrend. 

So if you really want to make a long-term investment, I advise you to invest your time and money in mining equipment. For example, ASICs like the Antminer S9 can be used for different coins depending on, although when new miners are launched they are usually good at mining one or two specific types of coins that use similar hashing algorithms.

You should invest in mining equipment because it will allow you to mine profitably for years, while also being very energy efficient compared to regular home computers that consume a lot of electricity. You should also mine new coins because the Blockchain community is constantly releasing new coins that have not yet reached their maximum potential value, so buying at a low price and selling at a high price.

The price of Bitcoin will never fall from its real value. If you’re not sure about this, read on and find out why. I think a lot of people will agree that the price of Bitcoin fluctuates a lot because it is still a very new currency and does not have a stable market capitalization compared to other currencies. 

The only reason the price of Bitcoin was going up in recent years was because people bought it while they could get it cheap, anticipating that they would get rich quickly once more exchanges started opening up every day and more businesses started accepting it as a payment method. This is where Satoshi Nakamoto had originally failed: he didn’t realize how quickly things around him were going to evolve, so his early implementations couldn’t support this massive global adoption he had predicted.

As Bitcoin grows, its gravity attracts more people. As more people participate by transacting with Bitcoin, more liquidity is created which makes the market more stable. Therefore, the price becomes less volatile, but it will always rise due to the demand and supply of this limited resource that does not have a partner to replace it.

I believe that if we analyze how much power is invested in the security of Bitcoin and then compare it with other currencies and their security, we will find out why the value of Bitcoin will never be below its real value. If you analyze what makes a currency safe according to Keynesian theory, you can clearly see why Bitcoin has such high levels of security compared to others:

Bitcoin implements the proof-of-work system. What this means is that Bitcoin miners compete with each other in a race. The first miner to solve the crypto puzzle wins, and is rewarded with Bitcoin. Your reward is so high because your competitor has spent money on mining hardware, electricity bills, taxes, etc. The winner improves Bitcoin’s security by verifying transactions using its hashing power.

Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology for authentication and verification. If you want to participate in Bitcoin, you need to download one or several clients depending on the number of transactions you want to verify at once. All of these clients communicate with each other over the Internet using a system called peer-to-peer (P2P). The network calls P2P “an application layer protocol” It is designed that basically means that everyone who wants to participate needs the same software, and all clients communicate using the TCP protocol over port number 8333. 

This is where Bitcoin’s main security feature comes from: if you don’t follow this rule and download a client with different software or use any other random protocol, the client won’t be compatible with the rest of the system and transactions won’t be verified. Therefore, these 3 components – security through proof-of-work, as well as authentication and verification – constitute Bitcoin’s core security protocols.

Bitcoin is an experiment in progress, and it is still at an early stage of development. When you see how things are going for Bitcoin right now, how demand is increasing every day, I have no doubt that this technology will take over our world sooner rather than later.

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