Crypto-maverick announces second tilt at the US Presidency by declaring he can't win so don't vote for him!​I'm sure we've all heard of John McAfee (and if you haven't can I ask what rock you have been living under for the past 20 years?).Most famous professionally for being the creator of the first commercially successful anti-virus soft...
​The Bank of England (BoE) has made the mainstream media reporting landscape once again about adopting cryptocurrency. Or what they prefer to call Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) — with the only significant difference being that CBDC's are issued by the State and have legal tender status declared by the government.This fresh mainstream media s...
Bitcoin dropped to around $8,300 after a few days of trading at $8,600, likely with more room to drop as it looks to find support. If bulls fail to hold at this level, key short-term supports are seen at 8,000 and 7,800. If this is mere overselling of the recent bounce, then we could see a push back to 8,600, where the 10-day MA and EMA are at. Loo...
Bitcoin was able to bounce near $8,400+ level. In the daily, it is evident that there is support near the 10 EMA. Meanwhile, price maintains its sideways structure and is looking to retest its resistance around $9,100. A break of the $9,100 resistance is a possible confirmation of another swing high. Otherwise, price is likely to head down bel...
After going as high as $9200, Bitcoin failed to close above $9,000 after retesting it yesterday; price took an interesting dive intraday and found support around $8,450. In the daily, the 10 EMA still acts as a support trail. Price needs to maintain its range, should there be any strength left to hold. Otherwise, it could fall back to $8,...
In our fourth edition of 21 Questions By Decentralize Today, ​we feature Anson Zeall, the Co-founder/CEO of CoinPip, a money transfer service leveraging on blockchain technologies. CoinPip is backed by 500 Startups, one of the most prominent venture capital firms in Silicon Valley. Anson is also the Chairman of the Association of Cryptocurrenc...
In our sixth article from our year end selection, we have chosen one from our popular 'Tweetstorm' section where we highlight some of Twiiter's most interesting and relevant threads.....first published on September 14th this year.As part of our on-going Tweetstorm Series, we showcase excellent Twitter threads on the most interesting topic...
Azteco and Second Generation Bitcoin wallet Pine are working together to bring the new service category “Consumer Bitcoin” to the public. Combining Pine’s best in class, “Apple Grade” user experience with Azteco’s frictionless delivery creates a compelling offering to Bitcoin newcomers.“Second Generation” or “Consumer Bitcoin” wallets are here, and...
Bitcoin was able to reach an intraday high of around $8,900 today. Shortly after, it was followed by a pullback. In the daily, the next possible support is around $8,200 which is also a possible MA trail (should the price hold). In the 4H, 10 EMA is still intact and is looking for a possible bounce. Nothing conclusive yet, but price action is ...
BTC managed to find support around $8,000 after a tight consolidation for a few days. Price action is interesting as momentum picked up fast and is looking to retest previous resistances. A continuation is likely if BTC gets a good close in the daily. Next possible resistance is around $9,000+. Invalidation - if price fails to hold the 50 MA in the...
​As part of our on-going Tweetstorm Series, we showcase excellent Twitter threads on the most interesting topics in the industry and publish them here on Decentralize Today.Today we feature Neil Woodfine, Marketing & Communications Director at Blockstream. He was formerly working on business development and marketing for bitcoin start...
'Third times a charm' for this particular article with it's hat-trick airing on Decentralize.Today as our 10th and final contribution to the Year end Replay Roundup for 2019. On this occasion  Miguel Cuneta's article hasn't been updated but remains as a powerful and raw reminder of the early volatility of the nascent Bitcoi...
Ninth but not least or last in our Top Ten round up for 2019 is an article first published in November that struck a chord with us, not only did it come from one of DT's band of regular contributors, Dadon, but it also sought to look into the future as many do at this point in the temporal cycle.....enjoy!Was I shocked when I sa...
​Blockchain, Bowie....everything you need for the future in No 8 in our year end round up of the best of Decentralize.Today in 2019 and a great way to start the new year,,,,,,​ It will crush every single idea we have of what value exchange mediums are all about. David Bowie predicted the essence and impact of the internet in 1999. He was ...
Today we feature not just a piece by one of our most prolific contributing writers, Miguel Cuneta, but one that contains a important message about the need for balance and reflection in everything we do. As a long established crypto-evangelist you wouldn't expect him to bet against Bitcoin but his message will surprise and delight in equa...
Part 4 of our rerun of some selected articles that Decentralized.Today has carried over the course of the last 12 months.......some selected on the basis of their popularity, some on their enormity or import of their message, some simply because we enjoyed them......today, we feature an article from a regular conttributor, ...
The third piece up in our year end 'Top Ten' features 'Mr Privacy' himself, Mark Zuckerburg, and his latest project, Facebook's attempts to launch a 'cryptocurrency'.......FREEDOM was the cry!!! Great piece from Dr Kapil Amarasinghe  It makes sense if we talk about Robocop... ​Specifically the 1987 original film where the director Paul Verhoev...
As we head into the end of 2019 (for those of us who observe or use the Gregorian calendar), the team at Decentralize.Today thought it would be a worthwhile exercise (as well as a bit of fun) to rerun some of our most popular articles as well as some personal favourites. So starting today and every other day, but in no particular order, f...
​2/10.......Today''s daily (re) dose of decentralization is an article from August of this year by a new contributor to DT, O.S. Layman, and whilst the piece shows why you should be careful what you wish for and the difficulty of predictions in the crypto-new age, it illustrates the point that the revolution won't happen ov...
Check your Bitcoin "wallet". What do you see? You see that you have an "account". You see a "balance". You see "Send" and Receive". It looks like, well, any normal bank account or digital wallet out there. Bitcoin seems to be just a slow, clunky, and weird "payment" solution for geeks and anarchists.But, when you look at the Bitcoin software and co...