HIVE leads on efficiency
(Kitco commentary) - Over the last year, Bitcoins mining difficulty has risen about 53%. In the same period, the price is down ~32%.
Riding out the crypto bear market
(Kitco commentary) - In September of 2017, HIVE Blockchain Technologies went public on the Toronto Venture Exchange. The company was the first cryptocurrency miner to do so in North America, and it was no small feat navigating the regulatory aspects of such trailblazing.
The growing "bitcoin, not crypto" movement
(Kitco commentary) - It's easy to forget that before Terra/Luna and Celsius imploded, they were the hottest thing in crypto.
Is a Crypto Crackdown Good, Bad, or Both?
(Kitco commentary) - Around the world, crypto-haters are cackling euphorically. Over the past few weeks, a number of dodgy crypto schemes have unraveled, potentially giving them the ammunition needed to conduct a much-anticipated crypto crackdown.
Consensus hot topics: ETH merge and Fed pivot
(Kitco commentary) - Last week a few of us from the HIVE team attended Consensus 2022, one of the largest Ethereum conferences in the world. This year 20,000 crypto enthusiasts and industry members attended in steamy Austin, Texas.
The Fed, bitcoin and stock market correlations
(Kitco commentary) - Historically, Bitcoins price often correlates (moves the same direction) with tech stocks.
Implications of "ETH Killer" Terra's failure
(Kitco commentary) - The kind we all know is inevitable at some point, but is somehow still gut-wrenching and utterly unwelcome when it arrives.
Central African Republic decentralizes with BTC | The HIVE Newsletter
(Kitco commentary) - On April 27, 2022 the Central African Republic (CAR) became the second country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender.
ETH PoS delayed, bitcoin updates
(Kitco commentary) - Well, it's official. A prominent Ethereum Foundation member announced they would delay the proof-of-stake "merge" once again.
Bitcoins role as inflation hedge grows | The HIVE Newsletter
(Kitco commentary) - Gemini surveyed 29,293 adults across 20 countries. Ages ranged from 18-75, and it was restricted to those who make more than $14,000 per year.
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