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BTC-Predict – Coinratecap just Launched Bitcoin Predictions Game

Coinratecap is one of the top alternatives to coinmarketcap. It has been featured on bitcoin.com, Finder, Themerkle, and many more sites. Coinratecap shows an accurate top 2,500 cryptocurrencies prices and histories. It is also an informative website that talks about blockchain and news. As a result of the high risk that involves in crypto trading, Coinratecap just launched a new modern and faster way to trade and predict price change of bitcoin or Ethereum within 15seconds and earn 50% of your stake instantly. DOWNLOAD AND RATE COINRATECAP APP NOW ON PLAY STORE WHAT IS BTC-PREDICT? In BTC-predict, the user predicts price change (LOW or...
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Experts Views on How Digital Learning will aid Education and Employment...

Technology has change the way we acquire education degrees. According to our research and online interviews, experts believe that many employers pay more attention to skills without college degrees than those with college degrees but this is most likely applicable to those in the technology field. Here are what experts think about the effects of digital learning in education and employment system. Our research with 200 manufacturing employers showed that companies are less interested in degrees than with skills. IBM says that a full 1/3 of manufacturing jobs in their US Plants don’t require a college degree. New programs like Digital Badges...
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Experts Analysis on Cryptocurrency

We don't want to believe in speculations that's why we interviewed crypto experts to tell us what they think will happen to cryptocurrency in 2019. As we know the crypto price in this past 10 months hasn't been all good. Here are experts analysis of what will happen to cryptocurrency in 2019: Mobile wallet usage will increase as smartphone purchases continue to rise. This will open the potential for fully compatible crypto and credit card mobile wallet to be introduced by the end of the year. Imagine one wallet on your mobile device that stores your cryptocurrency and traditional currency....
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What is Ethereum? Beginners Guide

OUTLINE What is Ethereum? Understanding what Ethereum is for beginners. Who is the inventor and what inspired him to create ethereum. The technology behind Ethereum. What ethereum is used for and how does it work? What are the benefits of Ethereum decentralized Platform? What’s the drawback of decentralized applications? I want to develop an app. How do I access Ethereum? What apps are currently being developed on Ethereum blockchain? An Ethereum fork The future of Ethereum. What Is Ethereum? Vitalik Buterin in 2015 made a cryptocurrency called Ethereum. Ethereum is a public blockchain-based platform inspired by the Bitcoin platform. One of the main...

Top 2 Blockchain underlying Technology

The blockchain is a transparent and distributed ledger that uses various forms of cryptography to digitally sign blocks of data to ensure the integrity of the data and remove third-party intermediary. Today, we will focus on the two main technologies in a typical blockchain implementation; distributed ledger and cryptography. The different implementation might add to this but this is the basic technology stack for blockchain. Distributed Ledger  A distributed ledger database is really the core value of a blockchain technology implementation. It is basically storing a series of transactions in a way where the hash or cryptographical signature or the previous transaction is used to encrypt the next...

What is Blockchain? Step-by-Step Guide

OUTLINE What is blockchain? How does it work? Why you should know about blockchain? What Blockchain technology Is Used For? How can it be used in the wider enterprise? The most prominent advantages/value of Blockchain. The future of Blockchain. What is Blockchain? Blockchain technology operates as a common, cryptographically verified ledger, distributed across a broad decentralized network of computers (or nodes), largely known for its use in recording value transactions and exchanges. Each ledger entry is considered a “block” in the broader “chain,” and each block is cryptographically validated by a consensus-based algorithm which is computed across the node network. Each block is not added to the chain...