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Any services or products should acquire new users to survive, and it seems most of blockchain products are targeting blockchain enthusiasts rather than ordinary people who does not even know create wallets. In order to have a product or a network running and go big, ... do. What are the most blockers to them join a blockchain product? What are the most efficient way to have them participate?
asked Sep 18, 2018 in Blockchain j9kwon 13 points
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When people try to convert Steem Dollar to Steem,  system generate new Steem token or transfer some Steem Token from reserved account ?
asked Sep 13, 2018 in Blockchain junkim0317 2 points
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There is lots of change for the virtual currency.and would like to k now to be sure before investing.
asked Sep 10, 2018 in Cryptocurrency notojosh 2 points
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I'm a newbie to cryptocurrencies. There are lots of coins, serving different purposes. I am wondering if there is also a system to classify them. Thanks for your answers.
asked Jul 29, 2018 in Cryptocurrency EmirAksu 19 points
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asked Nov 23, 2018 in Cryptocurrency Sabrina 81 points
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What is the best blockchain job for someone who doesn't know how to code?
asked Jul 29, 2018 in Blockchain EmirAksu 19 points
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They want to implement XRP for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, but has anyone heard of government or private institutions obtaining the digital equipment to execute this plan?
asked Oct 11, 2018 in Cryptocurrency Sabrina 81 points
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Binance recently delisted four cryptocurrencies from its exchange platform, thereby automatically causing those coins' values to plummet. What criteria do crypto exchanges apply when delisting currencies?
asked Oct 11, 2018 in Cryptocurrency YvonneE 76 points
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I feel like blockchain is going to be the death of personal online privacy with its distributed, decentralised nature; anyone can have access to my information at any time. Am I correct in feeling a bit paranoid about this?
asked Oct 26, 2018 in Blockchain Sabrina 81 points
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A lot of hype surrounds blockchain's ability to potentially solve the world's problems, but the issue of high energy consumption persists. What are bitcoin companies doing to remedy this environmental impact?
asked Oct 11, 2018 in Cryptocurrency Sabrina 81 points
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Been reading up on blockchain's scalability problem and sharding was suggested as a way to overcome this. But I feel as though it'll help save on time and power consumption more than scalability.
asked Oct 26, 2018 in Blockchain Ellyn Lewis 88 points
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Recently there were reports of a region in Northern Syria looking to implement cryptocurrency in its economy due to sanctions imposed by its neighbouring states. Apart from cases like these, what if in the future, secessionist states also seek to create their own cryptocurrency, can this cause confusion in the global cryptomarket?
asked Oct 11, 2018 in Cryptocurrency FrauLyn07 91 points
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