Japanese Electricity Company Uses Excess Solar Power for Crypto Mining

Japan’s Kumamoto-Energy, a local power producer and supplier from Kumamoto City, has revealed that it recently began using solar power for mining cryptocurrencies. This is another example of how, contrary to environmental hysteria by mainstream media sources, cryptocurrency mining can… Continue Reading

More Infrastructure Support Joins the Bitcoin Cash Ecosystem

This week the Bitcoin Cash network has gained more infrastructure and support from a variety of crypto-based businesses. Additionally, the digital asset has seen increased trade volume, and its price has been holding steady after the big dip that affected… Continue Reading

Rabobank Unveils Cryptocurrency Wallet

The Dutch multinational bank Rabobank has announced that it is planning to release a cryptocurrency wallet called Rabobit.  This comes as a surprise, since Rabobank had previously refused to do business with companies involved in digital currency. Rabobit was created… Continue Reading

PR: Education Ecosystem Announces Token Exchange Listings and Chance to Win Three Tesla Model S Cars

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or… Continue Reading

Lawyers Discuss Challenges Posed by Cryptocurrencies During Divorce

Several lawyers have discussed some of the challenges that arise from cryptocurrency ownership during divorce. The anonymous nature of cryptocurrencies creates the possibility for spouses to accumulate wealth that is concealed from their partner. However, this often can lead to… Continue Reading

Report: Crypto Miners Bought 3 Million GPUs Last Year

More than 3 million graphics cards have been sold to cryptocurrency miners in 2017, with sales reaching $776 million, a new report revealed. According to a major manufacturer, prices of GPUs will continue to increase in 2018, despite expectations of… Continue Reading