Is Bitcoin still antifragile? (CRDNS pool) Nov 4 · 16 min read · It’s healthy to constantly question the narrative. We must constantly question whether what was true a few years ago is still true in light of new events. It is treacherous to freeze in the past and insist on something that has not been true for … Read more

Blockchain will allow us to own our identity (CRDNS pool) Nov 1 · 11 min read · Modern blockchain networks allow you to create your own digital identity. You can own your identity through a blockchain wallet, similar to how you own coins and tokens. Wallets will be integrated with self-sovereign identity (SSI) platforms (DID platforms) which use blockchains as a Public … Read more

Blockchain needs users, not speculators (CRDNS pool) Oct 7 · 14 min read · Adoption is the alpha and omega of success for any blockchain project. Every blockchain needs native coins to manage its network security budget. People have started speculatively buying these coins and holding them in their wallets. Not all, but many of these people are just … Read more

How PoS networks are protected from 51% attacks (CRDNS pool) Sep 30 · 17 min read · The so-called long-range attack is considered an attack on PoS networks, which is similar to a 51% attack on PoW networks. In order to successfully execute a long-range attack, the attacker needs to have a large stake in the PoS network. This is similar to … Read more

Bitcoin faces tough times ahead (CRDNS pool) Sep 29 · 9 min read · After Ethereum switched to the Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus, Bitcoin is the last project in the top 10 that continues to use Proof-of-Work (PoW). The Bitcoin community will face a lot of pressure from PoS fans, institutional investors, banks, FSG investors, and others. Vitalik Buterin tweeted … Read more

Usage increases network relevance (CRDNS pool) Sep 13 · 4 min read · Blockchain networks have two main useful functions. They allow users to hold coins and tokens without a third party and send them to someone else through a decentralized transaction network. Fees are payable only for the use of the transaction network. The network does not … Read more

Myth busting: Cardano is not like the current fiat system (CRDNS pool) Sep 9 · 2 min read · PoS networks like Cardano are said to be the same as the current fiat system. This is because if someone is rich, they can buy large amounts of coins and thus retain power forever. Moreover, the rich investor is getting richer also forever. Another concern … Read more

How Cardano can be upgraded (CRDNS pool) Sep 8 · 3 min read · At the time of writing, 95% of nodes are ready for Vasil upgrade. You can check the current status on Cexplorer: Hard forks allow major changes to the protocol rules. In a decentralized network, the majority of people running nodes must agree to the … Read more

How profitable is Cardano staking compared to Bitcoin holding (CRDNS pool) Sep 7 · 1 min read · There is a major difference between holding ADA and BTC coins, as Cardano allows staking. Each ADA holder receives regular rewards for working for the network. These accumulate over time so that the user has more and more coins. What role does this play in … Read more

Overview of Cardano’s monetary policy and staking sustainability (CRDNS pool) Sep 6 · 2 min read · In this article, we look at the current distribution of ADA coins in the Cardano ecosystem. We will then briefly consider whether staking rewards are sustainable in the long term. Cardano will only have 45,000,000,000 ADA coins. This number is the maximum number of coins … Read more