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Block Media #2 Watch Litecoin LTC

Posted by EM MAJ_COM On Tuesday, June 27, 2017 0 comments
This week open the crypto currency trades in positive lead by Litecoin at 10.01%, Dash 9.81% and Ethereum Classic 4.53% gain. Here's the Top 10 chart.
QUE.com.Bitcoin.2577
Update: June 20, 2017 Nothing special today except the trading price of Ripple $0.338896 with a 20.36% gain.

And the rest of crytocurrency trading.



Please continue at https://que.com/block-media-2-watch-litecoin-ltc/
Follow me. I'm learning Ethereum to build "unstoppable applications".
Let's have a basic understanding about Ethereum. What is a Ethereum or ether for short?. From the website "Ethereum is a decentralized platform that run smart contracts: applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third party interference.
These apps run on a custom built blockchain, an enormously powerful shared global infrastructure that can move value around and represent the ownership of property. This enables developers to create markets, store registries of debts or promises, move funds in accordance with instructions given long in the past (like a will or a futures contract) and many other things that have not been invented yet, all without a middle man or counterparty risk.
The project was bootstrapped via an ether pre-sale during August 2014 by fans all around the world. It is developed by the Ethereum Foundation, a Swiss nonprofit, with contributions from great minds across the globe.

Please visit ethereum.org for more details or read Blockchain 101 article.



Please note, this article is in progress and will continue to update 'till I complete my project.

What is the name of the project? It is for "Designing and issuing our own cryptocurrency" called "Yehey". Learning should be fun, so the project name Yehey is appropriate. I will follow the step-by-step procedure here: https://ethereum.org/token
First action is to download the Ethereum Wallet for Mac, install and start downloading blocks of 3,853,756 as of this date June 10, 2017. This will take a while ...
I will go out for dinner with my family and watch a movie while this blocks downloading is in progress.  After 6-7 hours, block download is 1,290,000 of 3,849,495.

June 11, 2017. 8:25 am. Another 8 hours passed. Downloading blocks at 2,157,336 of 3,854,733. I guess this will take a little longer than I expected.

Block downloading ... in progress.

Follow my journey at https://que.com/my-journey-to-ethereum-create-your-own-crypto-currency/

If you have any suggestion to make this project a success, please don't hesitate to let me know.

Stay tune!

QUE.com - The Value of Bitcoin Has Reached an All-Time High

Posted by EM MAJ_COM On Wednesday, June 07, 2017 0 comments
The popular digital currency Bitcoin has been on the rise in terms of value and popularity over the last few years and it continues to gain popularity in the world of e-commerce. It’s not all rosy for Bitcoin owners right now though, as the popular digital currency has seen a massive drop in price over the last few days. Experts believe the sudden drop was because of a price correction and bitcoin owners will be hoping that’s the case so that it continues to rise in the future. However, other experts believe the drop would suggest there is a resistance in price and it’s not going to grow much in the future.
The Value of Bitcoin Has Reached an All-Time High in Recent Weeks
It was only two weeks back when Bitcoin was valued at over $2,700– giving it an all-time high in value. However, due to the price correction, Bitcoin has seen a drop in its value of more than $500 in just four days.
Bitcoin Has Dropped in Value by Nearly $4 Billion
In recent months, Bitcoin has seen a further surge in value, which has seen investors push more funds into the popular digital currency platform. However, in recent days the value of Bitcoin has plummeted - so much so that the overall value of Bitcoin dropped from $40.49 billion to $37.08 billion.
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QUE.com - Credit Scores & Car Loans

Posted by EM MAJ_COM On Tuesday, May 30, 2017 0 comments
Whether you’ve heard it once, twice, or a thousand times, the idea that your credit score affects what kind of car loan you can get is probably burned into your mind, somewhere. On the surface, it seems simple. Higher credit scores equate to better car loans, and lower ones will net you less attractive offerings.
But what are the real credit score requirements for auto loans? It turns out there are some intricate factors at play, and while the conventional wisdom generally holds true, there’s some subtlety you should be aware of, especially if you’re concerned about your current score.
Your Credit Score
Let’s get this out the way right off the bat. Your credit score is an analysis of your credit history, represented numerically, that shows your “creditworthiness.” Lenders use this score to determine how likely you are to be able to repay your debts and whether or not they will offer you a loan.
Without going too deep into the history, your credit score is based on factors like your payment history, length of credit history, how much you owe, and what kind of credit you currently hold. The number can range from 300-850, and scores above 700 are generally considered “good.”
There are several agencies that track your credit score, and if you want to see what your current credit score is, you can request a credit report at any time. Though there is sometimes a fee involved, with some services, you can get this information free of charge.
Bear in mind that your credit score isn’t the ultimate arbiter of whether or not you’ll receive a loan, and even with great credit you might still be denied for certain loan types, but it does give you a ballpark idea of where you stand at present.

Massive hack of another Ransomware cyber attack

Posted by EM MAJ_COM On Saturday, May 13, 2017 0 comments
WASHINGTON – The Department of Homeland Security is aware of reports of ransomware known as WannaCry affecting multiple global entities.  Ransomware is a type of malicious software that infects a computer and restricts users’ access to it until a ransom is paid to unlock it.  Microsoft released a patch in March that addresses this specific vulnerability, and installing this patch will help secure your systems from the threat. Individual users are often the first line of defense against this and other threats, and we encourage all Americans to update your operating systems and implement vigorous cybersecurity practices at home, work, and school.
These practices include:
- Update your systems to include the latest patches and software updates.
- Do not click on or download unfamiliar links or files in emails.
- Back up your data to prevent possible loss, whether you are at a family computer or company data.
We are actively sharing information related to this event and stand ready to lend technical support and assistance as needed to our partners, both in the United States and internationally.  DHS has a cadre of cybersecurity professionals that can provide expertise and support to critical infrastructure entities.
DHS also leads the federal government’s efforts to protect civilian executive branch agency systems and networks. In partnership with each agency’s Chief Information Officer we are ensuring our own networks are protected against the threat.
For more information, DHS has previously released information on best practices to address ransomware. That information is available on our website at https://www.us-cert.gov/security-publications/Ransomware
Source: Department of Homeland Security
At QUE.com and partners, we have weekly and monthly schedule to check the security posture of our web servers and services. We also check our network of websites daily and apply updates if needed to keep it up, safe and secure.
And sometimes it is very inconvenient to apply extra layer of security because of added step, this is the reason why. We don't want to be one of the victims of any cyber attacks.
As of writing this email, the sad part is some 20+ already paid using bitcoins. They have no assurance that they will be able to get their data anyway and absolutely no refunds.
Keep in mind, when a hacker owned your computer. It is no longer yours.
If you spot a ransomware incident, take a picture of their bitcoins so we can track their activity.

Source: Que.com
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