A Glossary Of Cryptocurrency Slang For Digital Marketers
Cryptocurrencies are hot right now, so more people are keen to see what all the fuss is about. But as with any community that's sprung up from the internet, the cryptocurrency world is full of slang that is pretty bewildering to outsiders. Here's an illustrated guide to the most common slang terms (so you can become a whale instead of a bag holder):
Bitcoin Explained: Get to Know the Basics - #infographic
Proponents of the cryptocurrency see it as the dawn of a new age of finance and money. A decentralised currency that’s powered by the people. That could change everything. Others think it’s simply another stock market bubble and approach it with un-optimistic caution. There’s a lot of jargon and some complicated ideas to get your head around so Cartwright King have put together this short, no-nonsense guide to explain some of the key concepts and premises.
The Cryptocurrency and the Digital Economy - #infographic
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’re probably aware that we’re in the middle of a cryptocurrency explosion. In one year, the value of all currencies increased a staggering 1,466% – and newer coins like Ethereum have even joined Bitcoin in gaining some mainstream acceptance.
Litecoin Slumps As Bitcoin Recovers Some Of Its Former Luster – TechCrunch
During the height of the 2013 Bitcoin bubble, Litecoin soared, crossing the $40 mark late in the year. Since then, mostly tracking Bitcoin, Litecoin’s value has faded. Today, you can buy a Litecoin for just under $9. That cryptocurrencies are dealing with post-bubble excesses is hardly news. …
How To Explain Bitcoin To Your Grandparents (Infographic)
You believe you can fly. You believe that you can touch the sky. You’re a dreamer, like Chuck in Joseph O’ Neill’s Netherland. Or The Lawyer in Lav Diaz’ Norte, The End of His…
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies compromised by Pony botnet
It looks like the Pony botnet that stole two million passwords in December has an even more egregious sibling galloping around. According to security firm Trustwave, this more advanced botnet has compromised 700,000 various online accounts up to date (it's been active since September), including 85 Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency wallets mostly from Europe. In the months since the equine-loving hackers got the wallets' private keys, a total of $220,000 have been transferred into and out of…