Steam to replace Bitcoin with BCN Bytecoin in payments
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Almost all Steam gamers are cryptocurrency users, and if Bitcoin gave steam trouble to to its low supply which led to volatile price change, then steam should replace it with Bytecoin "BCN", as the huge supply will guarantee a stable value along with faster cheaper transactions.
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Bytecoin (BCN) is the first cryptocurrency based on the CryptoNote technology and launched in July 2012 with an open source code designed for anonymous cash settlement. BCN protects the user's privacy with impassive and anonymous transactions.
This is a completely independent currency, developing separately from Bitcoin and its forks. The basis for the creation of Bytecoin was the unique CryptoNote technology. Origins The author of the white paper went by the name Nicolas van Saberhagen, although like Satoshi Nakamoto (the author of the Bitcoin white paper) that name is likely a pseudonym. Saberhagen's true identity and location remains unknown. Some have claimed that the real creator is someone in the Bitcoin community. Adam Back, Nick Szabo and even Satoshi Nakamoto himself have been floated as possible suspects,but there is little to no evidence actually supporting those claims.
Stanford Bitcoin Group’s possible involvement in creation of the CryptoNote protocol has also been discussed. Prior to CryptoNote cryptocurrency protocol, the domain cryptonote.org hosted an encrypted message application also named CryptoNote.This application was developed by the members of the Stanford Bitcoin Group but had not received wide recognition. This website currently hosts the CryptoNote technology.
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