User Posts: Rene Peters

The “Yelp! Of Blockchain” has announced that its ICO date will be on Sept. 1st, 2018   BELGRADE, SERBIA (Aug. 14th, 2018) – Review.Network is a ...

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When it comes to making payments online, the vast majority of people have encountered an e-wallet. An e-wallet is an online service that allows you to use fiat ...

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BRAVO, the mobile payment provider is evolving to make cryptocurrency transactions mainstream. BRAVO already has a community of tens of thousands of users ...

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So you have your mining rigs set up at home. They are actively hashing away and accumulating you a nice stash of cryptocurrency. However, there is one thing ...

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As you would expect after a company collects $4 billion in funding, EOS has generated a lot of buzz in the cryptoverse, however, with a very public struggle to ...

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Bitcoin sinking shows no signs of stopping as it dropped below $7ooo and currently floats in the mid-six range. The new wave of speculation broke out along ...

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Decoupling in a nutshell is being free from Bitcoin’s influence: It is a well-known fact that most of the altcoins and their prices are highly dependent on ...

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This day started with a bang for Ethereum Classic and it reflected on the price as well - 25% up in a day. In the prolonged bear market we are currently in, ...

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Ledger Nano S is the most popular hardware wallet in the market and anyone who understands the basic idea of crypto has one where he stores and fully controls ...

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The slow transaction throughput and higher fees are painpoints of both Bitcoin and Ethereum and it harms mainstream adoption plans for both networks. That is ...

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Browsing All Comments By: Rene Peters
  1. Hey Sam

    Honestly, I haven’t even heard of most of those listed. I think EDG looks solid

  2. Hey John
    Thank you – there is a subscription box in the sidebar – right below the facebook page box.

  3. Check the tweet within the article and of course, go on blockchain explorer to find the transactions.