The idea of this article is to share a global vision of the crypto-mining market, the issues and trends that are transforming this market. It’s based on few years of intense experimentation and exchange in the crypto-mining space by the Sesterce Group and myself and introduce what we call at Sesterce the Mining 2.0
Today the art market represents more than 14.58 billion euros in transactions. Most works of art have an extrinsic value, which is mainly based on the certificate of authenticity provided by third parties: the artist himself, but also gallery owners, art dealers, auctioneers, museum curators, and private experts. However, according to Bloomberg, nearly 10% of the value of transactions on the art market comes from forgeries.
A blockchain is a database accessible to people all over the world and operating without a trusted third party. It uses advanced cryptographic techniques to reward those who process and secure this data (in the case of Proof-of-Work). Since the Ethereum blockchain, this database has become programmable with the implementation of Smart-Contracts, decentralized applications (Dapps), and decentralized organizations (DAOs).
As we’ve seen last week, a growing narrative within the ecosystem is pushing the idea that Proof-Of-Work is a bad system that will inevitably fail in time. The most common proposed alternative is Proof-Of-Stake or PoS [...]
If you are wondering who is the mysterious creator of Bitcoin who owns 1000000 BTC (!), in this article we are going to see why it doesn’t matter who that person is. [...]
If you are involved in the cryptocurrency space, you probably have hear of the two most important ones: Bitcoin & Ethereum. [...]