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Online lighting supplier Semperlite has announced that it will accept payments in cryptocurrency, powered by e-commerce project Chimpion. Established in 2007, Semperlite is an on-demand lighting specialty distributor that stocks the items and brands requested by their customers. By now accepting an array of coins that includes Bitcoin Diamond (BCD), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Bitcoin (BTC), … Continue reading Semperlite to Accept Cryptocurrency Payments Including Bitcoin Diamond



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This level of calm can make anyone nervous. Bitcoin spent the day within a close range, not losing much anywhere. Binance Coin is now over $9, further solidifying its position as a top 10 crypto. NEO gained 2%, pushing it over $8 on the global charts. Litecoin and Ethereum are maintaining their ranges

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After hitting the peak in December 2017 at $20,000 Bitcoin price might have taken a crash with a new all-time high not expected till 2021, however, according to the latest data provided by Blockchain.com, the daily average block size of Bitcoin has made a new record of 1.3 MB megabytes. This record has been made possible by the continued demand for the network along with scaling solutions like Segregated Witness (SegWit). Actually, the blocks mined, that is about every 10 minutes are now regularly bigger than 1 MB which was the limit that existed before SegWit was introduced in August 2017. Last year in July, BitMex research had shared, "After the upgrade to SegWit in August 2017, although in a much slower fashion than many had hoped, the old 1MB block size limit is slowly starting to fade away." Making New Records About three months back in December, Bitcoin block registered 1.2 MB in size and before that in July, the block size was 1.1 MB in size as shown in the chart below.

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