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It was another hectic week for the whole crypto market, that’s for sure. And although we still wrote a lot about the bitcoin price decline and everything related, the articles of your choice were quite diverse topic-wise. But, of course, it turned out to be absolutely impossible to get it around completely. Here are the leaders of the week!
#3 - How Bitcoin Crash Can Trigger a Network Collapse
The bitcoin network was under attack once again quite recently. Under the dust attack, which is not something new at all. The very first reports about such attacks were received in 2015. In the above mentioned article, Anna Zhygalina tells the history of dust attacks and describes their technological nature. What are the consequences of the recent attacks an who will suffer first? Learn about it in the third-best article of the outgoing week that has reached over 4200 views on Bitnewstoday.com.
#2 - The Economic Collision Of The Crypto Market: Stockholm Gives Nobel, Oslo Withdraws Subsidies
Norway cuts all the discounts on electricity for mining farms, choosing ecology protection over the benefits of the digital economy. That’s quite a strange decision, to say the least. In his latest post, Oleg Koldaev along with a number of experts opposes the Norwegian government. But what’s the connection with Swedish Nobel Prize? Learn about it in the article that breathes down the leader’s back this week.
#1 - There Are About 400 Blockchain Associations In The World. Will IATBA Change The Crypto Market Landscape?
And here’s the winner! The Tuesday’s post by Denis Goncharenko introduces us to International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications (IATBA), launched by European Commission. Is there any point in creating another blockchain entity? Will it stand out somehow from the others? The experts we asked are pretty much skeptical. And you?
At least most of you should be curious because the article has marked 4650+ views by this moment.
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