Day: March 29, 2021

Developers Launch the First Hosted Noncustodial Payment Processor for Bitcoin Cash Payments

2021-03-29 By admin

Bitcoin Cash proponents have recently been introduced to a new noncustodial payment processor called Prompt.cash. The platform provides merchants with a simple way to accept peer-to-peer electronic cash payments and can also generate a new address per invoice. Prompt.cash: A Hosted Noncustodial Payment Processor for Accepting P2P Electronic Cash A number of innovative applications that […]

Exotic Car Rental MPH Club Now Accepts Bitcoin

2021-03-29 By admin

PRESS RELEASE. MPH Club announced that they will allow their clients to pay in bitcoin to rent cars. MPH Club is a Miami-based exotic and luxury car rental that allows their customers to vacation in style. Their fleet includes the newest models from Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren, Rolls Royce, and others. They offer a few services, […]

Soros CIO: Central Bank Digital Currencies a Real Threat to Crypto but Won’t Permanently Destabilize Bitcoin

2021-03-29 By admin

Soros Fund Management’s chief investment officer (CIO) says that central bank digital currencies are a potential threat to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies but it will only be temporary. She also says that bitcoin is taking some of gold’s buyer base away. Crypto’s ‘Inflection Point’ Soros Fund Management Chief Investment Officer (CIO) Dawn Fitzpatrick talked about […]

An ITX MASTERPIECE? Lian Li Q58 is Here! | Hardware Canucks

2021-03-29 By admin

[embedded content] Table of contents I’m really excited to bring you an exclusive look at the new Lian li Q58. This case really brings some new, interesting, and unique features into the ITX space that I’m sure many people will appreciate them. Personally, I like the fact that this not a massive enclosure, at around […]

Dell XPS 17 – A 3 Month User Review! | Hardware Canucks

2021-03-29 By admin

[embedded content] Table of contents I have been using the Razer Blade 15 Advanced model for about a year. In fact, I posted a long-term review of that laptop last summer. When Dell revealed their new XPS 15 and XPS 17 laptops I knew that one of those machines was going to be my next […]

There’s a PROBLEM with Riser Cables | Hardware Canucks

2021-03-29 By admin

[embedded content] Table of contents Who knew that making an article about riser cables would be so interesting. I have to be honest, heading into this one I thought it was going to be very tedious and uninteresting, but a lot of things have been discovered through our testing. We decided to focus on this […]

IceSleet X7 Dual – Finally a DIFFERENT CPU Cooler!

2021-03-29 By admin

[embedded content] Table of contents I’m going to start this review with a bit of a story, months ago a company called Iceberg reached out after we restarted our heatsink reviews. We get a ton of requests from different companies, but Mike and I actually thought that this whole thing was fake since every one […]

Youtuber Builds a Bitcoin Miner Out of a 31-year old Nintendo Game Boy

2021-03-29 By admin

On Saturday, a popular Youtuber named Stacksmashing published a video that shows him hacking a 1989 Nintendo Game Boy in order to mine bitcoin. Despite the creativity and the fact that the miner only leverages four double-A batteries, Stacksmashing noted that the 8-bit handheld game console was not nearly as powerful as today’s modern mining […]

Xiaomi Announces Mi 11 Ultra: The Largest Smartphone Camera

2021-03-29 By admin

It’s been a little less than 3 months since Xiaomi released their first Mi 11 series device, the baseline Mi 11 which we reviewed a few weeks ago. Today, within a flurry of device announcements, Xiaomi announced the new Mi 11 Ultra as a higher-end follow-up to the Mi 11, representing the company’s newest top-of-the-line […]