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New SLP Token Allows You to Transact in BTC But With BCH Fees

June 14, 2019 |

New SLP Token Allows People to Transact With BTC, but With Bitcoin Cash Fees

There’s a new Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) based token called BTC2 that’s backed 1:1 with BTC. People can obtain the BTC2 token using cryptocurrency swapping application Sideshift.ai. With BTC2, you can essentially transact with BTC, but utilize the same network fee (less than a penny) as bitcoin cash transactions.

Also read: Meet the Developer Who Added Schnorr Signatures to Bcash

Introducing BTC2: Where Store of Value meets Medium of Exchange

In January, news.Bitcoin.com reported on the launch of Sideshift.ai, an application that allows users to swap cryptocurrencies between chains. Sideshift AI was created by Andreas Brekken, the CEO of review site Shitcoin.com, and the notorious individual who once held $ 220,000 worth of BTC on the Lightning Network. Since then, Sideshift AI has improved a great deal and features a wide variety of crypto assets to trade. One asset recently introduced is an SLP-based token called BTC2. The BTC2 token (not to be confused with the BTC fork of the same name) is basically an SLP token built on Bitcoin Cash that’s backed 1:1 with BTC. Sideshift AI is the custodian of the collateralized BTC and Brekken told news.Bitcoin.com that Sideshift.ai is to BTC2 what the firm Tether is to USDT.

New SLP Token Allows You to Transact in BTC But With BCH Fees

If someone wants to purchase BTC2 they need to use Sideshift AI and exchange their BTC for the token. The price of BTC2, of course, fluctuates with the price of BTC and Sideshift AI will redeem BTC2 for BTC at any time. The new token also has a website called Corecash.org which has a slogan that says “Core Cash: Where Store-of-Value meets Medium-of-Exchange.” Core Cash (BTC2) lets you store and transact BTC on the Bitcoin Cash network, the website explains. This proposition gives BTC2 some value as it provides individuals with the means to transact with BTC for less than a penny per transaction.

New SLP Token Allows You to Transact in BTC But With BCH Fees

Sideshift AI Is to BTC2 What Tether Is to USDT

Sideshift AI has released a document that describes how BTC2 shares similarities with USDT. The Omni Layer-issued token USDT is an IOU for USD where Tether holds the actual USD in their bank. “Sideshift AI is the custodian of the on-chain BTC and issues the BTC2 token in return,” the documentation notes. Speaking with news.Bitcoin.com, Brekken said he was excited to launch the core cash token.

New SLP Token Allows You to Transact in BTC But With BCH Fees

“The overwhelming interest in USDT showed us that users would like to use cryptocurrency without being subject to its volatility,” Brekken remarked. “With BTC2, anyone with a Bitcoin Cash SLP wallet can have the security of the most heavily mined blockchain, Bitcoin (BTC), while still being able to transact cheaply with the low fees of the Bitcoin Cash blockchain.” The Sideshift developer added:

While having Sideshift AI as the custodian of one’s BTC adds a counterparty, BTC2 can also open new doors such as earning interest on BTC2. Once Cashshuffle supports SLP tokens, BTC2 holders will be able to store and transact BTC2 with greater privacy than what on-chain BTC offers today.

New SLP Token Allows You to Transact in BTC But With BCH Fees

The release of BTC2 follows the first USD stablecoin issued on the BCH chain called honestcoin (USDH). The new USDH coin was listed on the cryptocurrency exchange Coinex and is backed by USD on a 1:1 ratio. With BTC2, users will get the same effect but with bitcoin core in a similar fashion to the ERC20 token called wrapped bitcoin (WBTC). But being an SLP token, users can store BTC2 on SLP compatible wallets like Crescent Cash, Badger Wallet, Ifwallet, and Electron Cash. The BTC2 token can also be viewed on the Simpleledger.info transaction explorer. At the time of publication, there are 100 BTC2 tokens in circulation and Brekken has told us that minting will take place when more liquidity is needed.

“Sideshift AI is excited to see Coinex launch its USDH token on Bitcoin Cash and is rushing to list USDH,” Brekken added.

What do you think about the BTC2 token built on top of the Bitcoin Cash network using SLP? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.


Image credits: Shutterstock, Jamie Redman, Twitter, Sideshift AI, Andreas Brekken, and Simpleledger.info.


Are you a developer looking to build on Bitcoin Cash? Head over to our Bitcoin Developer page where you can get Bitcoin Cash developer guides and start using the Bitbox, SLP, and Badger Wallet SDKs.

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Meet the Developer Who Added Schnorr Signatures to Bcash

June 14, 2019 |

Meet the Developer Who Added Schnorr Signatures to Bcash

This week news.Bitcoin.com spoke with Jonathan Gonzalez, the blockchain developer who is currently maintaining the Bcash project, a Bitcoin Cash full node written in node.js. Gonzalez explained how he got into Bitcoin Cash development and how he managed to get the Bcash node fully compatible with last May’s fork, which introduced Schnorr signatures to the main chain.

Also read: How to Exchange Your Amazon Gift Cards for Bitcoin Cash

Schnorr Signatures and Bcash

The Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network has a variety of full node implementations that are developed by different programmers. BCH nodes include implementations such as Bitcoin ABC, Unlimited, and Bchd. Last year in May, Purse.io launched an alternative Bitcoin Cash client called Bcash, a BCH protocol node written in node.js. The implementation of the BCH protocol written in node.js can operate as a full node as well as perform Simplified Payment Verification (SPV). Furthermore, it is composed of a wallet backend with BIP44 derivation, a general purpose BCH library, and a mining backend. However, just before the May 2019 upgrade, which added Segwit recovery and Schnorr signatures, Purse announced that they couldn’t maintain the Bcash repository anymore and hoped someone could take over the project.

Meet the Developer Who Added Schnorr Signatures to Bcash
Bcash was introduced to the BCH community in the spring of 2018 and was initially developed by Purse.io.

So Jonathan Gonzalez did just that and all by himself managed to prepare Bcash so it would be fully compatible with the recent upgrade changes. Gonzalez spoke with news.Bitcoin.com this week about how he got into blockchain development, more specifically why he decided to work with BCH, and why he decided to run with the Bcash project.

News.Bitcoin.com (BC): When did you get into developing and how did that gravitate to the cryptocurrency realm?

Jonathan Gonzalez (JG): Early 2016 is when I actually started to write software in a programming language called Clojure. Oddly enough my attention diverted solely towards Bitcoin by way of the Bcoin codebase. I was inspired by the project in the sense that it was an opportunity to actually learn the protocol or design of the system since it was the only structured implementation of the Bitcoin Protocol that I understood.

BC: Why did you decide to work on Bitcoin Cash over another chain?

JG: [This occurred] during the time that I was building a foundation for myself in building out infrastructure projects and learning the Bcoin codebase in 2017. I had no idea about the Bitcoin hard fork up until the 3rd of August when I caught word of it while visiting Purse.io at their office. A month had passed since the visit and there was a big demand for an alternative implementation of the BCH protocol since during that time, there was practically none. Then later, companies like Bitpay, Purse started pursuing using BCH in their businesses. Perhaps the overall decision was circumstantial, nevertheless, I was inspired by the ambition to understand the protocol.

Like all new interests I develop over time, regardless if it’s lucrative or not, I try to the best of my ability to materialize them objectively and till now … [it’s] one of the reasons as to why I always find my way back into BCH.

Meet the Developer Who Added Schnorr Signatures to Bcash
Jonathan Gonzalez is currently maintaining the Bcash repo and has made it compatible with the last upgrade.

BC: You managed to get the Bcash full node implementation up and running after Purse had dropped the project — what made you decide to do that?

JG: I’d accredit that to my pride more than anything. Besides, I use the full node for its API in two services that I utilize daily. I wanted to make sure that if the project were to be disbanded it wouldn’t be due to my lack of interest or efforts.

BC: How did you get the Bcash full node to be compatible with the Schnorr signatures and Segwit recovery upgrade?

JG: The cryptographic library (bcrypto) that Bcash/Bcoin depends on under the hood ported the Schnorr algorithm into the ECDSA/Secp256k1 modules found in the library. Allowing signing and verification functions to be utilized with the Secp256k1 curve. Since there were only modifications to two of the opcodes found in the scripting system (OP_CHECKSIG and OP_CHECKDATASIG), there was no heavy lifting in modifying the stack since there was no change in the transaction portion of the codebase.

Meet the Developer Who Added Schnorr Signatures to Bcash
The open source Bcash full node code and documentation can be found here on Github.

So from there the only requirements for implementing the changes directly involved adding a few additional helper functions to the scripting system that allows the script to distinguish between DER/Schnorr encoded signatures by checking if the Schnorr flag value is set, along with determining whether or not the signature is 64 bytes, since DER and Schnorr differentiate in signature lengths (usually by 6 – 7 bytes).

Now in regards to Segwit recovery, I’ve added a few rules to the input, output script verification which detects whether a witness program is present. Since it’s simply just a recovery mechanism there are no modifications to the SIG_HASHTYPES. Nothing realistically changed in the signature hash so it simply looks for the redeem script to be a witness program and the regular witness program logic was ported from Bcoin. I’d say [Segwit recovery] was the easiest out of the two things to implement for the hard fork spec.

BC: Why do you think Bcash is a worthy node to build over other implementations?

JG: There are tons of interesting features that come along with the design of the codebase. For instance, the wallet is completely segregated from the full node and lives on its own node port. Something that Bitcoin Core hasn’t accomplished yet. Building APIs around the full node and wallet nodes are very simple to get up and running. The documentation found in the docs section of the project is also very descriptive and since it’s Javascript, running a REPL and testing out the libraries in the project makes it easy to understand and create new data structures for anything general purpose. This includes things such as creating scripts/transactions and running a regtest node in REPL. Features such as Neutrino, address/TX indexing have been backported into the full node library as well.

I’d also like to note that the code style found in the project is very clean and easy to understand. These are some things that off the top of my head I’m able to pitch to any developers out there seeking to build out infrastructure, or simply desiring to learn the protocol.

Maintaining the Bcash Repository, and Possibly Adding Future Enhancements Like Merkelix and Avalanche

BC: Do you aim to keep maintaining the Bcash repo?

JG: I do plan on continuing to maintain the project by adding additional protocol proposals to the codebase, along with porting over future hard fork specifications. I’ve recently taken an interest in adding a Schnorr multi-sig proposal branch to the node as well. I’ve been really interested in proposals such as Merkelix and Avalanche so I plan on finishing these features. Maintaining the full node allows me to experiment freely with actual motivation.

BC: Is anyone helping you?

JG: No, no one is currently helping in maintaining, nor downstreaming patches from Bcoin to the project.

I do plan on being involved in more developer meetups showcasing the codebase by demonstrating how simple and easy it is to use the full node for infrastructure projects or general purposes.

Meet the Developer Who Added Schnorr Signatures to Bcash
Bcash includes Schnorr signatures compatible with the current BCH network, Libsecp256k1, an advanced API, Compact Blocks, BIP151, BIP150, and a JSON RPC API.

BC: How do you feel about the current state of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) right now as far as the community and development is concerned?

JG: I’m not sure what to think of the community, but from my impression, I believe there’s definitely support in the developer realm, which otherwise would be nonexistent in Bitcoin. Although I’m not entirely familiar with the things that go on throughout social media, forums regarding BCH. I’m a bit of a loner and don’t have an interest in these sorts of things.

But in regard to development, the greatest facet of Bitcoin Cash is the scheduled six-month hard fork activations. It allows for BIPS/features to be considered as long as there exists a motive, a reason behind the proposals which is, in my opinion, is very innovative and worth paying attention to.

What do you think about Jonathan Gonzalez managing to get Bcash compatible with the last upgrade and maintaining the Bcash project? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.


Image credits: Shutterstock, Bcash logo, Jonathan Gonzalez, Github, and Twitter.


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Bounty.Cash Pairs Projects With Developers Finding Solutions for BCH

June 14, 2019 |

Bounty.Cash Meets Projects With Developers Finding Solutions for BCH

Using bounties to seek solutions to various problems has proved to be a working approach for many projects in the crypto industry. Bounty.Cash is a platform that matches businesses and entrepreneurs with developers who are ready to solve issues with apps and features and get rewarded with bitcoin cash.

Also read: Buy From Home Depot and Walmart With Bitcoin Cash Through Alagoria

Outsource a Problem, Pay With Bitcoin Cash

Bounty.Cash is a service that allows you to set bitcoin cash (BCH) bounties against bugs and vulnerabilities in open-source features and services. If your project needs to outsource the solution to a problem, you can place a bounty stating how much you are willing to pay for the completion of the task. At the same time, other users can also pledge additional amounts to the resolution of someone else’s bounty. Developers, on the other hand, will be paid directly in BCH when they fulfill the requirements.

Bounty.Cash Pairs Projects With Developers Finding Solutions for BCH

Bounties are classified in several categories – Apps and Features (bounties for new applications or features in existing apps), Services and Libs (bounties for new services and libraries for developers), Bugs (bounties for bug fixes in apps and libraries), Vulnerabilities (bounties for finding weaknesses in applications or services), and Misc. The last category contains ‘other bounties,’ for example for tutorials, videos, and graphic design.

Each bounty is listed with its title, a short description, fulfillment conditions, the user who created it, the pledged amount in dollar equivalent and its status which indicates if it is still open or has been completed already. To place a bounty you need to register with Bounty.Cash, providing a valid email address, a password for your account, a nickname and a wallet address. This BCH address will be used for rewards in case you complete a bounty yourself.

The online platform operates on a goodwill basis and relies on the honesty of its users on both sides. For instance, those who place bounties are not obliged to pay them in any way. That means when a completion of a bounty is questionable, Bounty.Cash will not necessarily intervene. However, users can be banned from the website in certain situations and its administrators can block attempts to abuse the system.

What other crypto bounty platforms do you know? Tell us in the comments section below.

Disclaimer: Readers should do their own due diligence before taking any actions related to third party companies or any of their affiliates or services. Bitcoin.com is not responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any third party content, goods or services mentioned in this article.


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Venezuela Issues 50,000 Bolivar Bill Amid Persistent Hyperinflation

June 14, 2019 |

Venezuela Issues 50,000 Bolivar Bill Amid Persistent Hyperinflation

Venezuelans are used to their currency costing less than the paper it’s printed on. Economic misfortunes and political upheaval place their country at the bottom of all inflation charts, year after year. The latest incarnation of the national fiat, Bolívar Soberano, has succumbed to the illness of all previous emissions – rapid depreciation. The government has just announced it’s releasing a 50,000 bolivar banknote. This is a little more than the minimum monthly wage but it can hardly buy you a decent meal in Caracas.

Also read: Hotels and Realtors in Venezuela’s Historic Cumaná City Accept Bitcoin Cash

Central Bank Circulates New Bills With Higher Denominations

Banco Central de Venezuela has printed new banknotes of 10,000, 20,000 and 50,000 bolivar denominations which began circulating Thursday, June 13. With their release, the financial institution aims “to make the payment system more efficient and facilitate business transactions,” according to a statement published this past Wednesday. The bills, which will be introduced gradually, come to meet the requirements of the national economy, the bank noted.

Venezuela Issues 50,000 Bolivar Bill Amid Persistent Hyperinflation

The new emission comes less than a year since the socialist government announced the launch of a new redenominated bolivar, cutting five zeros off the national currency. Bolívar Soberano (VES), or “sovereign bolivar,” replaced the highly inflated “strong bolivar,” Bolívar Fuerte (VEF), which had itself replaced the original bolívar in 2008, cutting three zeros. Last year’s monetary reform was meant to ease cash shortages and restore confidence in the Venezuelan fiat money.

Authorities claimed VES will be anchored to the national cryptocurrency, the Petro, which is an oil-backed state-issued digital coin. Back then President Nicolás Maduro stated that “The economic reconversion will start on August 20 with the circulation and issuance of the new Sovereign Bolivar … a productive, diversified and sustainable economic model must definitely be born,” he insisted.

Venezuela Issues 50,000 Bolivar Bill Amid Persistent Hyperinflation
Empty supermarket shelves in Caracas

Inflation Expected to Hit 10,000,000% in 2019

However, as the economic conditions continued to deteriorate on the backdrop of escalating political clashes between government and opposition forces, the depreciation of the bolivar, which was the main reason for the redenomination, continued. As a result, inflation in the country exceeded 900,000% in 2018, according to the International Monetary Fund. Even the calculations of the Venezuelan central bank produced a six-digit figure – over 130,000%. And according to the CIA World Factbook, the CPI-based annual inflation rate has reached more than 800,000% in May 2019. The IMF projects that inflation will hit 10,000,000% this year.

Venezuela Issues 50,000 Bolivar Bill Amid Persistent Hyperinflation

When Bolívar Soberano was introduced in August 2018, the 500 bolivar bill was the highest denomination note. The largest 50,000 bolivar bill now equals a little over $ 8. That’s not a serious amount of money, even in a country where a large portion of the population lives in poverty and deprivation. The minimum monthly wage in Venezuela is set at 40,000 bolivars, or around $ 6.50. According to Trading Economics, it’s been raised twice this year and five times in 2018. Data compiled by Expatistan shows that a combo meal in a fast food restaurant will cost you around 25,000 sovereign bolivars, or $ 4. That’s almost two thirds of the minimum monthly salary.

Opposition Blames Regime for Inability to Control the Legal Tender

According to the Venezuelan opposition, quoted by The Guardian, the annual inflation rate reached a high of 1.7 million percent earlier this year. President Maduro’s administration has been blaming his country’s woes on U.S.-led sanctions and economic blockade, while his political opponents say it’s the government’s incompetence that has failed the oil-rich South American nation. Commenting on the release of the new banknotes, Juan Guaidó, opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president of Venezuela, stated on Twitter:

The regime is unable to control the currency of legal tender: At the border, the Colombian peso is used; in the central region, the dollar or the euro; and in the south, gold. The dictator has shown that he does not govern and exhibits his total disconnection from reality.

“They took eight zeros off the bolivar, and it is no longer strong or sovereign. They invented an economic war, and they lost it,” added Guaidó who is a member of the social-democratic Popular Will party and was elected President of the National Assembly in January of this year. Shortly after his election as the speaker of parliament, he took a presidential oath as an interim president during a protest rally. So far, Guaidó has been recognized as the head of state by almost 60 countries including the U.S. and its partners in Western Europe. Meanwhile, traditional allies of the government in Caracas, such as Russia, China, Iran, and Turkey, voiced their support for Nicolás Maduro.

Venezuela Issues 50,000 Bolivar Bill Amid Persistent Hyperinflation
Juan Guaidó

The inability of the executive power to tame inflation, which Juan Guaidó was talking about, has pushed Venezuelans to seek alternatives to the bolivar. Beside convertible fiat currencies such as the dollar and the euro, many businesses and ordinary people have also found them in decentralized digital coins. Bolivar’s persistent and rapid depreciation catalyzed the adoption of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin cash (BCH) in everyday financial interactions. In the past couple of years, businesses accepting BCH have exceeded 200, according to the Marco Coino app but the actual number could be much higher as many more small merchants outside Caracas are adding bitcoin cash to their payment options.

What’s your take on the economic and political situation in Venezuela? Do you expect fiat hyperinflation and adoption of cryptocurrencies to continue to grow? Share your thoughts on the subject in the comments section below.


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Review: The Corazon Trezor by Gray Is Made of Titanium

June 14, 2019 |

Hardware wallets don’t have to look beautiful – they just have to work. The Corazon by Gray is a silver titanium device that happens to deliver on both counts. USB hardware has never looked or felt so good in your hand. All that brushed metal and angular chic comes at a price though, which in the case of this Trezor on pretty pills starts at $ 695.

Also read: How to Exchange Your Amazon Gift Cards for Bitcoin Cash

The Corazon Will Steal Your Heart But Hurt Your Wallet

Owning a designer hardware wallet presents something of a quandary. Like a tattoo in an intimate place, it should only be seen by a trusted few, but after eyeballing your 12th vodka shot, you want to show everyone. A hardware wallet is a special thing you should keep to yourself, but the Corazon doesn’t make that easy. This is the sort of gadget you could wear around your neck with a fat platinum chain. This isn’t a 90s hip-hop video though and if you walk the streets wearing the Corazon as a fashion accessory you’re gonna have a bad time.

Review: The Corazon Trezor by Gray Is Made of Titanium

As a reviewer, I have no option but to broadcast my ownership of crypto wallets, which include a Cobo Vault, Coldcard, Keepkey, Cool Wallet, Ellipal and several Ledgers. I’ve got a drawer full of them, complete with an assortment of recovery seed phrases for devices whose pin numbers I’ve almost certainly forgotten. My protection against being robbed is that each device holds a few hundred sats at most, added for testing purposes. When one satoshi achieves parity with the dollar, my collection of crypto dust will finally make me a target, but until then I’m not worth bloodying your wrench on.

Unless, that is, anyone were to covet my Corazon for its comeliness rather than its contents. Housed in an “aerospace grade” titanium case that’s been CNC machined by Gray is a Trezor Model T, one of the most popular hardware wallets on the market. The Corazon Titanium reviewed here retails for $ 695, rising to $ 995 for the limited edition Stealth or $ 1,495 for the even more limited edition Gold.

Review: The Corazon Trezor by Gray Is Made of Titanium
Lines you could linger over for days

What Makes the Corazon Tick

The Corazon comes in an attractive black box, with twin security seals ensuring it hasn’t been tampered with. Inside, the device nestles snugly, bidding you to reach out and prise it from its foam padding. Brace your wrist for the strain the moment your hand wraps around the hardware wallet. For a small gadget, the Corazon is surprisingly heavy – but reassuringly so. It’s no less than you’d expect from Gray, a luxury tech company best known for its premier accessories for iPhone, Samsung, and Macbook.

A second layer in the box peels back to reveal a quick-start guide and recovery cards, and below that, a third layer containing the finest looking USB cord you ever did see. Running its sinewy black and silver ribbed cord through your fingers, you feel feelings for a computer cable you didn’t realize were possible.

Once connected to my laptop, the Corazon is detected and I’m directed to Trezor’s setup page. There I’m prompted to install Trezor Bridge, software that will enable the web app to communicate with the Model T via my Mac. The file takes up less than 10 MB, and installs easily. Upon refreshing the setup page on the Trezor website, I’m prompted to click a button and the device’s firmware begins installing. The process takes under a minute, whereupon the wallet automatically restarts.

Review: The Corazon Trezor by Gray Is Made of Titanium

The Corazon in Action

Despite having reviewed close to a dozen wallets, Trezor’s wares have never crossed my threshold. The Corazon is the first Trezor I’ve set up, and the process proves easier than that of any wallet I’ve used to date. It’s rare in my experience for a wallet to work at the first time of asking, but be it due to good luck or good UX, the Corazon performs perfectly. Credit for this must go to Trezor, whose responsive touchscreen paired with an intuitive web interface is noob-proof. In terms of security, the Trezor Model T is equivalent to most of the consumer devices on the market; any physical exploit that a skilled hacker could leverage falls under the banner of “hypothetical,” unless you’ve got Mossad on your tail, in which case you should probably be fearing for your life, not your crypto.

Review: The Corazon Trezor by Gray Is Made of Titanium
Challenge accepted

The list of cryptocurrencies the Corazon Model T holds is extensive. A BTC wallet is automatically installed when you download the latest firmware, but adding other coins is as simple as selecting from a dropdown menu in Trezor’s web application, whereupon an address will be generated and a corresponding account added to your dashboard. I create a BCH address and fire over 0.1 BCH that I’ve got rattling around in a Bitcoin.com Wallet. It shows up in less than five minutes, with the BCH and USD values clearly displayed in the dashboard.

Review: The Corazon Trezor by Gray Is Made of Titanium
Yes, I’m sure

In addition to sending and receiving cryptocurrency, the Trezor wallet portal enables you to sign and verify messages using your private key and to connect to Myetherwallet or Mycrypto using your Corazon to serve as your Ethereum network signatory. There’s also the means to exchange currencies directly within the Trezor web app thanks to integration with coin-changing services such as Changelly and Changenow. My 0.1 BCH was matched with a best offer from Changenow, and a quoted bitcoin cash network fee of less than $ 0.01.

Review: The Corazon Trezor by Gray Is Made of Titanium
Thanks Trezor.

The real worry with the Corazon is that in the event of another crushing bear market, the device could easily wind up being worth more than the tokens you bought at the top and solemnly entombed in the device as your legacy to future generations. If you can invest wisely in cryptocurrency, however, and have enough left over to stretch to the Corazon, it will safeguard your coins while stealing your affections. Just don’t tell the world about it. Owning a Corazon is a love that dare not speak its name.

Review: The Corazon Trezor by Gray Is Made of Titanium

Would you spend $ 700 on a crypto wallet? Let us know in the comments section below.


Images courtesy of Gray and Trezor.


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An In-Depth Look at Iris, a New Decentralized Social Network

June 13, 2019 |

An In-Depth Look at Iris a New Decentralized Social Networking Platform

Cryptocurrency advocates have been discussing a new social media platform designed by one of Bitcoin’s earliest developers Martti Malmi, otherwise known as Sirius. The project he designed, called Iris, is a social networking application that stores and indexes everything on the user’s devices and connects directly with peers rather than using centralized and privacy-invasive algorithms.

Also read: Coinex Exchange Lists the first SLP-Based Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash

Former Bitcoin Developer Creates Social Networking That Uses Cryptographic Key Pairs

Over the last decade, people have been on the hunt for the ultimate decentralized social networking experience that puts users 100% in control of their data. This quest has been a holy grail of sorts for cryptocurrency proponents as well as those who believe digital assets will be integral in driving a proper social media solution. There have been a few attempts where people have tried to design decentralized versions of Twitter and Facebook but so far none of them have really caught on. Although, one application called Memo.cash, a platform that utilizes the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network, has gained some traction since it first launched over a year ago. The Iris platform created by one of Bitcoin’s earliest programmers, Martti Malmi, is another social networking alternative that is quite different than its centralized predecessors.

An In-Depth Look at Iris, a New Decentralized Social Network

Iris stores and indexes everything on the user side and in the back end it uses cryptographic key pairs and a reputation system called the web of trust. The application promises to offer a social media experience that cannot be censored by authoritarian governments and it’s not controlled by a giant corporation. Iris aims to curb trolling and eliminate spam and advertisements that can be found on most of today’s social media networks.

“Iris is a social networking application that stores and indexes everything on the devices of its users and connects directly with peers who run the application – no corporate gatekeepers needed,” explains the software’s Github repository documentation.

An In-Depth Look at Iris, a New Decentralized Social Network

Testing the Social Networking Platform

To provide an idea of what this application has to offer, I created an account on Iris on June 13. Iris is available to use at three different domains, iris.to, iris.cx and irislib.github.io, but it also offers browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox. Moreover, there are plans for an Electrum desktop app with Bluetooth and LAN peer finding. When using Iris, similarly to posting onchain using Memo.cash, everything you post is public.

An In-Depth Look at Iris, a New Decentralized Social Network

To create an account on Iris I simply pressed the login tab and wrote my name in the new user field. Existing Iris users can paste their private key or drop the key file in the login window below. After creating a new account the software gave me access to the Iris dashboard where I can post and change my profile settings. In order to get a feed going in order to upvote friends, you can ask people for their QR codes to scan in order to make their posts visible. You can also browse an Iris address book as a starting point so you can follow other people’s posts.

An In-Depth Look at Iris, a New Decentralized Social Network

In the settings section, you can gain access to your private key and it’s good to remember that if you log out you cannot log back in without the private key backup. When creating your account make sure you back up the Iris private key in the settings section. When you start to use Iris over time, by following a list of users and upvoting content, you start building upon what Iris calls the ‘web of trust.’ Essentially when you upvote another Iris user they become your first-degree contact, following this the accounts they upvote become secondary contacts and so on. This is how the web of trust builds and you can filter this scheme while also having the power to downvote.

“This way we can avoid spam and other unwanted content without giving power to central moderators,” the Iris documentation notes. “You can also add to your contacts list and rate people and organizations who are not yet on Iris.”

Web of Trust, GUN, and IPFS Solutions

On top of this, identity verifications can take place by utilizing peers trusted by your web of trust. For instance, if you lost the private key to your account you can simply create a new one and link your old Iris data by asking your web of trust for verifications. Iris creators have revealed other concepts that could be tied to Iris like cryptocurrency wallets. Digital asset wallet curators could design an Iris-based human-recognizable identity system that’s tethered to payment addresses. The developer specifications say that Iris could be used instead of telecom-bound phone numbers on mobile messaging apps like Signal. Additionally, users can opt to connect imports from existing services and have them digitally signed for verification purposes.

“In other words: message author and signer can be different entities, and only the signer needs to be on Iris — For example, a crawler can import and sign other people’s messages from Twitter,” Iris developers theorized. “Only the users who trust the crawler will see the messages.”

An In-Depth Look at Iris, a New Decentralized Social Network
A look at how a user can post and follow the feed of people they choose to follow. Users can also create polls.

Getting used to Iris takes a few minutes, but after getting the hang of the interface it works quite well. Malmi’s creation still has an incredibly large hurdle to overcome which is attracting an active user base. This issue is what every decentralized social media app faces because it’s not really an enjoyable experience with no active people. Still, Iris offers what most incumbent social media giants don’t, which is decentralization stemming from messages and contacts stored and indexed on GUN and IPFS for backups. Moreover, other social media applications have issues with profiles being cloned in a malicious manner and Iris greets identity and reputation head-on. With more activity, Iris could become a successful social network. The problem is that enticing people to switch over is easier said than done.

What do you think about Martti Malmi’s social networking platform Iris? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.

Disclaimer: This editorial is intended for informational purposes only. Readers should do their own due diligence before taking any actions related to the mentioned organization, social media platform, software or any of its affiliates or services. Bitcoin.com or the author is not responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any content, goods or services mentioned in this article.


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Coinex Exchange Lists the first SLP-Based Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash

June 13, 2019 |

Coinex Exchange Lists the first SLP-Based Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash

On June 12, the cryptocurrency exchange Coinex announced the listing of a new Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) token called honestcoin (USDH). The Honestcoin.io website details that the new token is a fully regulated stablecoin issued on the Bitcoin Cash network backed 1-to-1 for U.S. dollars.

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Coinex Lists the USD-Backed Stablecoin USDH

The digital currency trading platform Coinex, an exchange well known for offering a wide range of BCH paired markets, has announced the listing of a new stablecoin backed by USD called honestcoin (USDH). The USDH news was actually leaked on June 11 when someone posted the website address to the forum r/btc, but at the time no one understood what the website meant. The person who leaked the information stated that the “official news comes later, this stablecoin has been discussed for one year in the Chinese community — It is regulated by the U.S. government.”

Coinex Exchange Lists the first SLP-Based Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash
Honestcoin (USDH) can be viewed on the Simple Ledger Protocol transaction explorer Simpleledger.info.

The official news came when Coinex divulged information about the USDH listing 12 hours later on Twitter. The tweet then led to a blog announcement which explained that the trading platform’s executives had decided to list honestcoin.

“To provide a wider selection of crypto trading options for Coinex users, we have decided, after rigorous listing reviews, to list honestcoin (USDH) on Coinex,” the blog post notes. The Coinex blog continued:

Honestcoin (USDH) is the first regulated Stablecoin project issued on Bitcoin Cash by Honestnode and Prime Trust (A USA Trust company), 1-to-1 for US dollars.

Coinex Exchange Lists the first SLP-Based Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash
USDH is paired with tether (USDT) on the Coinex exchange. Many BCH supporters are wondering when Coinex will pair USDH with bitcoin cash (BCH).

‘For the Freedom of Money’

Following the listing announcement, Coinex founder Haipo Yang declared that he was “excited” to see the first SLP token listed on the exchange. USDH can easily be viewed on the SLP transaction explorer Simpleledger.info and currently there are 11,030 USDH in circulation and the minting baton status is alive. SLP tokens like USDH can be designed with a minting baton which means that the baton owner can issue more USDH.

Coinex Exchange Lists the first SLP-Based Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash
Registering on the main website requires an account to use the Honestcoin.io services which mandate identification information and photo ID.

Honestcoin is trading live on Coinex for $ 1 at the time of writing as it’s paired with the Omni Layer issued stablecoin tether (USDT). The Honestcoin.io website shows that individuals and institutions can sign up to buy and redeem USDH. “For the freedom of money,” the token’s website slogan declares and mentions that honestcoin is a “fully regulated stablecoin that can be bought, sold, invested in or spent as freely as you wish.”

Coinex Exchange Lists the first SLP-Based Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash
The Honestcoin.io website hints at a payment system with invoices and an application called Honestpay for mobile devices.

Signing up for the website’s services at first takes an email and password to log in to the dashboard. The signup process itself is far more complex and asks for personal identification information and photos. The website states that in the future users will be able to collect payments with honestcoin and the site shows a preview of a payment invoice with QR code. After the KYC verification process is complete, users can access the buy and sell options available on the Honestcoin.io website. Account registration is required to utilize the site’s services but people can also buy and sell USDH using Coinex.

Coinex Exchange Lists the first SLP-Based Stablecoin Built on Bitcoin Cash

The launch of the new honestcoin token using the Simple Ledger Protocol means that users can store USDH on wallets like Badger, Ifwallet, Electron Cash, and other SLP supporting wallets. The coin’s website also hints at a smartphone application called Honestpay and another application that will allow users to invest with USDH. The website shows that the project is backed by the funding firms Preangel, Cryptodiva, Block VC, Ciming Checkup, and Manzi Fund.

What do you think about the new SLP-based honestcoin (USDH) listing on Coinex? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.


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How to Exchange Your Amazon Gift Cards for Bitcoin Cash

June 13, 2019 |

If you’re looking to acquire some cryptocurrency without having to open an account at a centralized exchange, there are several ways to do so. One is to convert Amazon gift cards into bitcoin cash via Purse.io while helping others spend their BCH.

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Earn Bitcoin Cash With Purse.io

Purse.io is a platform that connects crypto shoppers with anyone who wishes to exchange their Amazon gift cards for bitcoin cash. In order to participate in the program as an “Earner” you don’t need to send the actual cards to any interested buyers over the mail. Instead, all you have to do is fulfill their orders on Amazon. The platform holds the cryptocurrency needed for a purchase sent by the shopper and once the confirmation of the delivery to them is received, you will be given the agreed payout.

How to Exchange Your Amazon Gift Cards for Bitcoin Cash
Screenshot Purse.io

If you are thinking about converting your Amazon gift cards into bitcoin cash using Purse.io in this way, you should keep in mind that shoppers are expecting to receive discounts in exchange for their cryptocurrency. According to the statistics published on the site, the company has facilitated more than 300,000 orders during 2018 with an average discount of 18%.

Another way to acquire some BCH, without having to open an account with a centralized exchange, is by using Local.Bitcoin.com. It’s a recently launched global marketplace for peer to peer bitcoin cash trading focused on privacy.

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Indian Government-Backed Program Offers Crypto and Blockchain Course

June 13, 2019 |

Indian Government-Backed Program Offers Crypto and Blockchain Course

An Indian government-initiated program is offering a course for undergraduates to learn about cryptocurrency, blockchains, and their use cases. This 12-week interactive course is free to enroll and learn from. Among the topics covered are Bitcoin basics and consensus. Meanwhile, India’s regulatory framework for cryptocurrency is reportedly ready.

Also read: Indian Cryptocurrency Regulation Is Ready, Official Confirms

Government-Backed Project

A learning platform called Swayam, which was initiated by the Indian Government’s Ministry of Human Resource Development, is offering a free computer science course on Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies and blockchains. This 12-week undergraduate course entitled “Blockchain Architecture Design and Use Cases” runs from July 29 to Oct. 18. The exam will be on Nov. 17 for those wanting to obtain a certificate from the course. This is an All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) approved Faculty Development Programme (FDP) course.Indian Government-Backed Program Offers Crypto and Blockchain Course

Swayam describes:

The course is free to enroll and learn from. But if you want a certificate, you have to register and write the proctored exam conducted by us in person at any of the designated exam centers.

The certification exam is optional but costs Rs 1000 (~$ 14). It will be conducted in various cities throughout the country which will be revealed at the time of signing up. Cities that have held exams for other Swayam courses include Lucknow, Kolkata, Guwahati, Mumbai, Thane, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Thiruvananthapuram.

Indian Government-Backed Program Offers Crypto and Blockchain Course

A similar course was previously offered in July last year and January this year through the NPTEL website, a project funded by the same ministry. 20,735 people enrolled in July last year and 14,746 enrolled in January. New NPTEL courses from the July semester onward will only be offered through the Swayam platform.

“Swayam seeks to bridge the digital divide for students who have hitherto remained untouched by the digital revolution and have not been able to join the mainstream of the knowledge economy,” its website details:

All the courses are interactive, prepared by the best teachers in the country and are available, free of cost to any learner … More than 1,000 specially chosen faculty and teachers from across the country have participated in preparing these courses.

What Students Will Learn

In the first week of the course, students will learn “Basic Crypto Primitives” and an “Introduction to Blockchain,” which includes the basics, history, architecture, and conceptualization. Basic Crypto Primitives continues through the second week when students will also learn more of the basics of Bitcoin and “Distributed Consensus.”

While the majority of the coursework focuses on code and computer science concepts, the Bitcoin Basics lectures give the full picture of Bitcoin including some limited economics and how the cryptocurrency is in competition with central banks globally. “You must limit the currency to have their value. If you put up a lot of currency in the system, it will gradually reduce the value of that particular currency,” one of the lectures explains.

Indian Government-Backed Program Offers Crypto and Blockchain Course
A slide from one of the course lectures by Professor Sandip Chakraborty.

In the third week, “Consensus in Bitcoin” will be taught, including the basics of proof-of-work and the role of miners. Students will also learn about permissioned blockchains which will continue to the following week. The fifth and sixth weeks will focus on hyperledger with the remaining of the course discussing applications for blockchains, including uses in government and financial services.

The reading material for the course includes “Mastering Bitcoin: Unlocking Digital Cryptocurrencies” by Andreas Antonopoulos and “Blockchain” by Melanie Swan.

Indian Government-Backed Program Offers Crypto and Blockchain Course

The course has two instructors listed: Professor Sandip Chakraborty and Dr. Praveen Jayachandran. The former is an assistant professor with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT Kharagpur); his research focuses on computer systems, distributed systems and mobile computing. The latter is a researcher and manager of the Indian Blockchain and Smart Contracts team at IBM Research.

Discussion of Indian Crypto Regulation Heats Up

This Swayam course will start one week after the Indian supreme court is scheduled to hear the cryptocurrency case. The court is expected to address the regulatory framework for cryptocurrency as well as the banking ban by the central bank on July 23.

The interministerial panel tasked with drafting the country’s cryptocurrency regulation is ready to submit its recommendations to the finance minister, according to Finance Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg who heads the panel.

Indian Government-Backed Program Offers Crypto and Blockchain Course

Meanwhile, there has been much speculation about what the regulation entails. Two major publications in India, Bloombergquint and the Economic Times, have claimed to know some details of the cryptocurrency bill. However, a number of industry experts have analyzed their articles and concluded differently.

The actual report containing the recommended cryptocurrency framework for India will soon be submitted to the finance minister who recently attended the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting in Japan where crypto asset regulations were discussed. India, along with other G20 countries, has reaffirmed that it will follow the standards set by the Financial Action Task Force which is expected to release its new Guidance for Virtual Currencies later this month.

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John McAfee’s New Trading Platform Aims to Give Traders a Magical Experience

June 13, 2019 |

On June 11, following his latest tirade on social media, John McAfee announced the launch of his new cryptocurrency trading platform called McAfee Magic. The project allows for manual and automated crypto trading across a variety of digital asset exchanges all displayed in one user interface. According to the website, the service is the second product besides his well-known antivirus software to bear the McAfee name.

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John McAfee Launches a New Crypto Trading Platform Called McAfee Magic

The cryptocurrency advocate and former antivirus software tycoon John McAfee has launched a digital currency trading platform. The project called McAfee Magic is really an access point that combines manual and bot trading across a slew of exchanges in one interface. The website explains that the ‘magic’ is being able to quickly make a trade while your preset automated bots make hundreds of trades for you on different trading platforms. McAfee Magic also gives traders the ability to execute shadow trades, a method that allows newcomers to copy or shadow the trading techniques of professionals. The website states:

The ‘magic’ is that novice traders are not required to fund ‘trader’ accounts. Novices retain control over access to their funds at exchanges. (‘Your keys’ your ‘crypto’) — that’s McAfee Magic.

McAfee Magic uses an ERC20 token called Arbitrage (ARB). The startup called Arbitraging.co runs the token project and has created the ABOT. Arbitraging.co claims ABOT is a seamless, automated arbitrage bot that is capable of working 24 hours a day creating passive income.

The project is quite different to most trading platforms as the protocol itself provides access to eight exchanges and allows for bot trading with over 500 digital currencies. McAfee Magic is powered by an ERC20 token called Arbitrage (ARB) and the website’s FAQ says the site is operational in all jurisdictions. McAfee announced the service after a series of tweets revealing how he’s been fleeing from the U.S. government and a Bahamian police officer.

“Sorry to be late with my magnum opus trading platform,” McAfee remarked on Monday. “But I did not anticipate having to mud wrestle the Bahamian Police Commissioner along with dodging assassins this week — But better late than never — Here it is.” In addition to the announcement, McAfee said that “next week” crypto debit cards are coming.

The McAfee Magic dashboard.

A Look at McAfee Magic Dashboard and the Freedom Coin Announcement

After McAfee announced the project, news.Bitcoin.com decided to register and take a look at what the platform has to offer. At first, it took a long time to sign up for McAfee Magic and it seemed the platform’s servers were bogged down after he first announced the project. Then, after registering, I still had several login issues and it took over half an hour to finally sign in to view the site. The website seemed to be down several times on Wednesday, June 12 as well. When I finally logged in, the site gave me access to the McAfee Magic dashboard, which allows you to access the trade portal, shadow portal, your wallet, and interface settings. You can add multiple exchanges to the dashboard view with platforms like Binance, Kraken, Poloniex, Huobi, and Bittrex.

McAfee Magic provides access to 8 exchanges and over 500 cryptocurrencies.

Besides the initial hiccups, the interface is professional looking and offers a trading view and depth charts for each exchange. There are a lot of coins shown on the dashboard which include top 10 contenders like BTC, ETH, BCH, and ERC20 tokens. The service utilizes the ERC20 ARB, which is also called ‘Fuel,’ but you also need to purchase ARB to become a McAfee Magic member.

“What is needed is a coin disconnected from fiat currencies and from other cryptocurrencies alike – a coin with zero cash-in value, yet accepted universally,” John McAfee’s latest website explains.

The new platform follows a few of the other projects under McAfee’s belt that he has initiated over the last few months. For instance, McAfee helped launch the Bitfi Wallet but he’s also launching a cryptocurrency called Freedom Coin. The coin is quite interesting as the website declares that McAfee’s Freedom Coin is “not, by any means, a technology breakthrough.”

“The value of the coin will always be zero in relation to any other currency yet its natural market value is free, completely, to grow,” explains the website.

It’s too early to say whether or not McAfee’s Magic exchange provides the tricks and the bot schemes that traders would want right now. Crypto enthusiasts on Twitter seemed to like the concept and congratulated McAfee in regard to the launch. Moreover, the community will be waiting to see the new debit card McAfee hinted about in his tweet as well. However, people also wonder how McAfee will be able to operate a new exchange, while also being on the run from tax collectors. In the meantime, McAfee explained on June 12 that the reason the site was down so much was because the platform was being attacked by hackers.

“The AWS servers used by McAfee Magic are still under a cloaked DOS attack. I would like to thank the hackers from the bottom of my heart for the free publicity,” McAfee remarked on Twitter. “Some idiot using the Tor Browser, as if that will save them — It is a true amateur hack,” he added. News.Bitcoin.com can confirm that McAfee Magic is still not loading properly this Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. EST.

What do you think about the McAfee Magic trading platform? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.

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