Blockchain 101: Episode 13 – How is Bitcoin different from QQ Coin?

Bitcoin is a decentralized digital asset, not controlled by any single entity. Q Coin is issued by Tencent. It is closer to an electronic reward point, rather than a currency. Q Coin needs to be […]

Blockchain Festival Vietnam – Day 2

Day 2 of the Blockchain Festival Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City, organized by Huobi.Pro, saw an influx of over 1,500+ attendees. Here below is a quick round of photographs from the second day of the […]

Blockchain Festival Vietnam – Day 1

Entrance into Blockchain Festival Vietnam mega-conference Day 1 of the Blockchain Festival Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City, organized by Huobi.Pro, saw an influx of over 1,500+ attendees. Here below is a quick round of photographs […]

Blockchain 101: Episode 12 – How does Bitcoin control its supply

Bitcoin is a virtual currency designed for deflation, with total supply cap of 21 million. Why? When designing Bitcoin, Satoshi set each Bitcoin to be divisible to 0.00000001. The block reward was 50 Bitcoins, and […]

Blockchain 101: Episode 11 – Why haven’t we finished mining Bitcoins

For sustainability, the Bitcoin network adjusts its mining difficulty. Every 10 minutes, miners compete to solve a complex math problem to create the next block for Bitcoin rewards. If the processing power of the Bitcoin […]

Vol.11: The Market Cap and 24h Trading Volume of Cryptocurrency have both dropped & SKYFchain has become the focus of attention on Telegram

Brought to you by Huobi Research Weekly – published by Huobi Research of Blockchain Application. Download it below. Huobi Academy of Blockchain Application generates a weekly cryptocurrency market review report called Huobi Research Weekly, and following […]

Blockchain 101: Episode 10 – The Bitcoin Faucet

Bitcoin was cheap and very easy to acquire in the first few years of its inception. At the end of 2010, programmer Gavin Andresen bought 10,000 Bitcoins for $50 and created a website known as […]

Blockchain 101: Episode 09 – Nakamoto’s successor Gavin Andresen

Gavin Andresen is Bitcoin’s core development team member and one of the few whom Nakamoto emailed prior to his disappearance. Gavin came in touch with Bitcoin in 2010, began submitting codes to Nakamoto to optimize […]

Blockchain 101: Episode 08 – 2 Pizzas $100 Million

On May 22nd, 2010, Laszlo Hanyecz, U.S. programmer and Bitcoin fan, tried using Bitcoins to exchange for goods. He mentioned on a Bitcoin forum that he wanted to swap 10,000 Bitcoins for two pizzas worth […]