Articles by Ranjitha Shastry
Bitcoin Mining

Crypto Miners Entering "Flushing Out Of The Market" Phase

The recent meltdown of cryptocurrency prices resulted in over 100,000 individual miners closing operations. At least 600,000 bitcoin mining rigs have been shut down globally since mid-November, leading to deep discounts for the hardware.
cryptocurrencies

November Was Tough For Cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin fell from over $6,000 to below $3,500 within a span of 10 days, a 42 percent fall, in November. The last time it was trading at similar lows was in August 2017.
ASUS

Asus To Develop Cloud-Based Crypto Mining Platform

Asus, in partnership with Quantum Cloud, will design a software that allows gamers to use their idle graphics cards to mine cryptocurrency and receive a digital cash payout through PayPal or WeChat.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas And Priyanka Chopra Wedding Update

The wedding has begun at Umaid Bhawan Palace in Rajasthan, India. Jonas and Chopra would exchange wedding vows in a Christian ceremony Dec. 2, followed by a Hindu ceremony the same day.
SEC Jay Clayton

SEC, Goldman Sachs Still Deliberating Crypto Trade

While the SEC chairman said he had security concerns that must to addressed before approving bitcoin ETFs, Goldman Sachs was holding off on its plans for a crypto trading desk due to regulatory barriers.
Bitcoin price

Bitcoin Continues To Stay Below $4,000

In the last seven days, the price of bitcoin fell by 13 percent, XRP by 16 percent, ethereum by 15 percent, bitcoin cash by 22 percent, stellar by 23 percent, and EOS by 17 percent.
Play store

Android, iOS Users Hit By Ad Scams

Two mobile internet companies employed ad fraud schemes to claim app installation credit. Cybercriminals deployed malware ads to redirect users to fake websites with an intent to steal user data.
Digital Cryptocurrency

Blockchain Workshop By Department Of Defens

Department of Defense's research arm intends to host a blockchain workshop on February 2019 to understand the broader implications that the technology might hold for the DOD.

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