Bitcoin to the Moon .com has just launched a cool new logo, along with a range of merchandise, including t-shirts and hoodies in a variety of styles and colors, device skins and cases, wall art, home decor, bags and stationery.
You can get all of these products here: Bitcoin to the Moon Merchandise Store
Feel free to send us a photo of you and your Bitcoin to the Moon .com merch and we'll publish some of them right here on the site itself.
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The image that you see above has been selected as the official Bitcoin To The Moon .com logo. It was chosen from six design concepts that were presented by professional logo designers. You can view those designs here.
A big thank you to everyone who offered their feedback on the logo concepts across a variety of platforms. The final selection was the overwhelming favorite. If you would like to see the original rough draft concept that was given to the designers, you can do so here.
Information about where to get official Bitcoin to the Moon .com merchandise, featuring the new logo, will appear in the next post on this blog.
Update: Bitcoin to the Moon .com merchandise, including t-shirts, mugs, phone cases and much more, is now available here: Bitcoin to the Moon Merchandise.
The design concept options for the BitcoinToTheMoon.com logo are back from the professional designers. It is now time to choose one and to make any desired revisions. The rough draft concept that was given to the designers can be seen here.
Please vote for your favorite logo in the survey below. If you want to say what you like about it or suggest any modifications, you can do so in the comments section at the end of this post. Thanks :)
The winning logo selection will be announced shortly.
Update: The Bitcoin to the Moon .com logo has now been selected. You can read the post about it here. Merchandise, including t-shirts, mugs, phone cases and much more, is now available here: Bitcoin to the Moon Merchandise.
A Bitcoin to the Moon .com logo and related merchandise is not far away. The picture above is a rough draft of the concept. It has now been forwarded to professional logo designers to do what they do best. It will be exciting to see what they come up with.
As soon as the logo is done, it will be launched from here, along with some cool Bitcoin to the Moon .com products. Stay tuned!
Update: Bitcoin to the Moon merchandise is now available here.
Bitcoin Gold have just announced that their website will reside at BitcoinGold.org. This is an excellent domain name upgrade from their previous, somewhat confusing, domain btcgpu.org, which didn't exactly roll off the tongue. It now redirects to the new domain.
BitcoinGold.org says exactly what they are, is easy to remember, easy to pronounce and greatly strengthens their brand. You only need to hear or read it once and you've got it. That's the power of a great domain name.
The .org domain extension works well for Bitcoin Gold, as they want to identify as an organization. If they decide that they want the .com to use as a redirect, it's available here for $287,500. That's less than three Bitcoin in 2018, according to some :) We'll see.
Until now, the Bitcoin Gold (also known as BTG or Bgold) website btcgpu.org simply had links to its social media accounts. Thankfully, it has undergone an update and important information about the project has been added. This includes summaries of its main features, the names, roles and photographs of team members, the names and roles of companies and services involved in the ecosystem, a frequently asked questions section and a blog.
The other thing that has been added, is the slogan, 'Make Bitcoin Decentralized Again'. This refers to their new Proof of Work (PoW) algorithm that aims to give ordinary users a chance to mine Bitcoin Gold from their home computers, as was possible in the early days of Bitcoin (BTC).
Btcgpu.org is worth look and will be a good place to stay up to date with news about this fast approaching friendly fork of Bitcoin. You can also learn more by reading, Bitcoin Gold: The Next Bitcoin Hard Fork is Coming and This Bitcoin Gold Scam Site is Trying to Steal Your Bitcoin.
If you own Bitcoin or are considering acquiring some, then I highly recommend that you read the Bitcoin white paper, titled, Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System. It is the original document that introduced Bitcoin. Reading through its nine pages will sharpen your understanding of what Bitcoin is, and how it works, even if you're unfamiliar with some of the terminology in the document.
Start reading here: Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System
The image above is of a scam website, claimbtcgpu.org, which has been set up to steal Bitcoin from unsuspecting people who are new to the cryptocurrency space or unaware of the security protocols involved.
While the site claims to assist you in claiming your Bitcoin Gold, it has no association with the real Bitcoin Gold, whose legitimate and official website can be found at btcgpu.org. You can read my article about Bitcoin Gold here.
The scam site looks professional, provides detailed information, has a Bitcoin Gold logo and uses a domain name that is the same as the official site, except for having the word 'claim' at the front. What gives it away as a scam is that it asks you to enter your Bitcoin Private Key or Bitcoin Seed, as can be seen in the image below.
Never share your Bitcoin Private Key or Bitcoin Seed with anyone, because having either of these enables someone to access and steal your Bitcoin. Any website that asks you to provide them is a phishing site that is attempting to scam you. The same goes for emails, texts or phone calls. It doesn't matter what they say, or what excuse or reason they give. The only reason for wanting it is to steal from you. Never, ever do it.
BTC.com is the highest publicly reported sale of a Bitcoin or cryptocurrency related domain name.
According to NameBio.com, the sale was brokered by Domain Guardians, who are now part of the Evergreen group, in August 2014 for $1,000,000. DNJournal.com also reported the sale at the time, and listed the buyer as GAWMiners, although the domain is currently registered under privacy protection.
When the sale was made, the price of a single Bitcoin was around $550, so it would be very interesting to see what the domain would fetch in today's market.
In May 2015, a new website was launched on the domain. Today, the BTC.com site provides details about the latest Bitcoin blocks mined, pool hashrates and the status of the network. It also features various statistics, tools, apps and a wallet for Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash.
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