DigiByte is aiming to build a secure and decentralised digital future. The DigiByte blockchain is one of the oldest and fastest blockchains in the world and already has 7 million blocks in circulation. The blockchain and DigiByte cryptocurrency (DGB) were both launched in 2014 by programmer and entrepreneur
Bitcoin’s price declined on Wednesday as the bulls continued to struggle below the key psychological level of $4000 which if breached could pave the way for a re-test of the December high. BTC price action has cooled over the past eight days reflecting tepid trading conditions in the overall market
A new fundamental analysis of DigiByte by the Blockchain Board of Derivatives paints the cryptocurrency as a “low-risk” investment choice.
DigiByte (DGB) recorded 23% growth over the last five days coinciding with the coin’s recent addition to the PolisPay cryptocurrency debit card. PolisPay uses technology backed and approved by Mastercard meaning DigiByte holders can now spend their coins anywhere that accepts Mastercard transactions. Just last month DigiByte was added to the Paycent crypto debit card. […]
While most of the cryptocurrency markets have turned bullish once again it seems there will always be some exceptions. A fair few people will be surprised to see the Electroneum price is still bearish at this time. Its losses in both USD and BTC value continue to pile up which is not necessarily what most …
After a very rough start to the week it would appear as if the crypto markets are finally ready to turn bullish again. While there is still a lot of work to be done prior to noting any real gains it seems some markets are moving in the green again. The Digibyte price is moving …
Jacob A. Keteyian details the opportunity that digital assets might afford health systems by raising reimbursements for specific providers. This is a thought exercise on how to complement traditional payment avenues not replace them.