The year 2017 was marked with a very high increase in the price of bitcoin, attracting both negative and positive attention; here we want to recap the top BTC related scams of the year.
Homeless Man Returns $10k Gets Handsomely Rewarded.
BitClave is a decentralized search system that aims to disrupt the $550 billion advertising industry.
The president of Nigeria, President M. Buhari today sent his condolences to the family of the deceased former vice president of Nigeria. The vice President was the first Elected vice president of Nigeria.
The US President Donald Trump, has put on Hold initial decision to allow the importation of Elephant Trophies,
Nigerian Government reacted swiftly to the death of 26 teenage Nigerian migrants found dead and floating in the Mediterranean early in November 2017.
Not quite long ago, after a trilling 4:2 win over the Argentine national team, the Nigerian Soccer team found themselves in Pot four ahead of Fifa world cup group stages.
The HashFlare cloud-mining project was started in April 2015. HashCoins was founded in July 2013 and operates out of Tallinn, Estonia.
You missed Bitcoin in 2009, you missed ,Ethereum, you missed Dash, You missed lithcoin, missed Monero, Missed golem, Missed TBC 2017, probably missed ETN and about to miss Falconcoin.
Here we are, we’ve seen them come and go. We saw Microhash “DISABLED”and Yokg claiming to be “HACKED”. All happening in 2017. Now Laser said they are “ONLINE”, well, how long will they stay online?