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Bitcoin Transaction Costs Are Still A Big Problem
Ryan Charles recently switched his business, the social platform Yours Inc., from using bitcoin — simply because he couldn’t afford it.
Fees for sending money over the distributed-ledger network have risen nearly 19-fold, from 13 cents per average transaction in the second quarter of 2016 to $2.40 in the same quarter of this year, according to researcher CoinDesk. While they’ve moderated somewhat since, the fees still undermine the San Francisco-based company’s business model, which is built around writers receiving small payments from readers of their posts.
“Bitcoin is now in a situation where the fees are very high and are likely to continue to increase, so it’s not even competitive with PayPal or Western Union in most cases,” Charles said in a phone interview.
When bitcoin debuted in 2009 it was hailed as a technology that would revolutionize the world of finance by making micro-payments practicable, and international money transfers cheaper than Western Union Co. In some cases, particularly in low-value transactions, fees to run payments over the blockchain technology based network can actually be higher.
The fees go to so-called miners, whose computers run the software that makes the network tick. Miners didn’t suddenly raise prices. The bitcoin blockchain is a supply-and-demand-driven system. When there’s lots of demand, users have to pay higher prices for transactions to post fast. They can pay lower fees, but then the payments will get a low priority, and postings could take days. Most consumers don’t even know about the low-cost option: They simply pay fees imposed by what are known as wallet companies that facilitate transactions. And fees have been spiking often.
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Facebook has its own version of Apple’s Face ID. If you get locked out of your Facebook account, the company is testing a way to regain access by using your face to verify your identity. That could be especially useful if you’re somewhere that you can’t receive two-factor authentication SMS, like on a plane or while travelling abroad, or if you lose access to your email account.
Social media researcher Devesh Logendran (a pseudonym) sent a screenshot of the feature to TNW’s Matt Navarra. We asked Facebook about it and got this confirmation:
“We are testing a new feature for people who want to quickly and easily verify account ownership during the account recovery process. This optional feature is available only on devices you’ve already used to log in. It is another step, alongside two-factor authentication via SMS, that were taking to make sure account owners can confirm their identity.”
If the feature proves reliably helpful to users and isn’t fooled by hackers, Facebook could potentially roll it out to more people.
Over the years Facebook has tried a number of novel ways to help you get back into a locked account. In some cases it asks you to identify photos of your friends to prove you’re you. Or it’s tried allowing you to designate several “trusted friends” who receive a code that you can ask them for to unlock your account.
While Facebook has experienced some backlash to facial recognition for photo tag suggestions in the past, this feature would only use the technology to privately help you out. Therefore it shouldn’t engender as big of privacy concerns, though obviously anything related to biometric data can give people pause. But if it means you can get back to your messages and News Feed, or repair damage done by a hacker, many people are likely to be comfortable to use their face to Facebook.
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South Korea Bans Initial Coin Offerings
South Korea has banned raising money through virtual currencies – also known as initial coin offerings – reported Reuters.
Its Financial Services Commission said ICOs will be banned, and virtual currency trading needs to be monitored and tightly controlled.
The crackdown follows a similar move by China, which led to the declaration that cryptocurrency exchanges must cease operations in the country.
The Securities and Exchange Commission in the US has also ruled that some “coins” are securities and subject to its scrutiny.
South Korea warned that heavy penalties would be levied against anyone involved in the issuing of an ICO.
It said it will monitor virtual currency markets to see if additional regulations are needed.
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