A somewhat odd introduction on November 22 led the way for Bitcoin's latest fork, that unlike prior versions Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Bitcoin Diamond has barely any resemblance with Bitcoin (BTC) whatsoever.
Even after claiming a 28-exchange support figure, little is understood on exactly what BCD intends to accomplish. An unnamed development team, together with a mysterious 'Bitcoin Diamond Foundation,' seems to be supervising the entire operations.
Individuals wanting to redeem their BCD coins should consult their respective wallet providers first. Alternate Bitcoin acceptance is gradually taking place, with Bitcoin Gold, the earlier fork that happened in October is certainly garnering interests on the marketplace.
Records from Coinmarketcap reveals a record high of $526 which could well be exceeded if current market hype and excitement remains. Over the past 24 hours, Bitcoin Gold has increased beyond 40%.
Several months after delaying “the world’s first 8K VR headset,” developer Pimax has revealed that its Pimax 8K has been postponed again — and apparently downgraded in performance, as well. Not surprisingly, the company’s Kickstarter backers aren’t thrilled by the news, which suggests that the headset will now arrive significantly after its originally promised delivery […]
SmugMug, a photo-sharing service for consumer and professional photographers has acquired Flickr, the two companies announced this afternoon. Flickr was sold by parent company Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon that includes companies like Yahoo and AOL. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Flickr and SmugMug will not merge but will continue to operate as […]
iQiyi, the Baidu-owned video streaming service known as China’s version of Netflix, has announced that it will release the world’s first 4K VR headset with 8K panoramic video playback capabilities. The headset will apparently be called VR II, and is scheduled to launch in May. Having previously partnered with Qualcomm on VR technology, iQiyi says […]