A fascinating story focusing on the emergence of a new world wide currency - now being accepted in Australia and elsewhere around the globe. This is a snapshot of a time in history that could be very significant in the future.
In 1939, in a recording studio in South Africa, a singing group called The Evening Birds recorded one of their songs. They did three takes, and on the second one, the group’s leader, a Zulu migrant worker named Solomon Linda, decided to improvise. He sang a counterpoint to the song’s main theme in a light, haunting falsetto voice. The result is captured in the following audio clip: If you recognize
Blockchain: What the Hell is a Merkle Tree? No you canât find this kind of a tree in the forest. (source:Â xkcd ) While it might not get you invited to parties, it is important to know what a tree is to jump into the Merkle Tree. In computer science, a tree is a data structure. What it means is; It is composed out ofÂ nodes : a fancy way of saying something that contains data and can link to othe
Message Three Analysts See Three Different Directions For Bitcoin Price The world’s most potent digital coin, Bitcoin has experienced a vigorous rally in 2019, but the latest surge in price is struggling to regain the power. Despite the obvious Bitcoin setbacks, some crypto fanatics still remain upbeat while others Bitcoin analysts see the potential of a deeper retracement. Currently, the Bitcoin p