Bitcoin ! Bitcoin !! Bitcoin !!! What is Bitcoin? How is it’s value ?

What  is Bitcoin ? Watch in Nepali from Kantipur Tv Published on May, 2017 Today’s value is 1BTC = $2800 Around. What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. Bitcoins aren’t printed, like dollars or euros – they’re produced by people, and increasingly businesses, running computers all around the world, using software that solves mathematical problems. It’s the first example of a growing category of money known as cryptocurrency. What makes it different from normal currencies? Bitcoin can be used to buy things electronically. In that sense, it’s like conventional dollars, euros, or yen, which are also traded digitally. However, bitcoin’s most important characteristic, and the thing that makes it different to conventional money, is that it is decentralized. No single institution controls the bitcoin network. This puts some people at ease, because it means that a large bank can’t control their money. Who created it? A software developer called Satoshi Nakamoto proposed bitcoin, which was an electronic payment system based on mathematical proof…. View All ….“Bitcoin ! Bitcoin !! Bitcoin !!! What is Bitcoin? How is it’s value ?”

John McAfee Claims Bitcoin Will be Worth $500,000 in Three Years

John McAfee Claims Bitcoin Will be Worth $500,000 in Three Years Rebecca Campbell on 18/07/2017 John McAfee has made a bold state regarding bitcoin, claiming that each unit will be worth $500,000 in three years time. As a cybersecurity and software pioneer, McAfee is a name known inside and outside of the digital currency space. Last year the former programmer for NASA stated that he got involved with the digital currency because it will eventually become ‘the standard for the world.’ Now, though, in what may have been a marketing tactic designed to grab the community’s attention, McAfee took to social media to predict what he thinks bitcoin’s worth will be in three years time. He then went so far as to predict that the currency could even reach as much as $2.6 million in the same time frame. His comments no doubt may have left many baffled, but of course that may not have been his only motive for making such a bold claim. Those following his Twitter feed will… View All ….“John McAfee Claims Bitcoin Will be Worth $500,000 in Three Years”

CK Raut arrested, a fortnight after making secessionist remarks

Source:  Kathmandu, February 2 Police have arrested CK Raut, who has been launching a free Madhesh campaign. A police team raided a room close to Machha Bazaar in Janakpur on Thursday afternoon and took Raut under control. Raut, who originally hails from Siraha district, had been living in Janakpur. About a fortnight ago, Raut had addressed a mass gathering in Siraha district headquarters Lahan and given ‘secessionist remarks’. After that, Siraha district police office issued an arrest warrant against Raut. Dhanusha police said they are preparing to send Raut to Siraha. A source said preparations are afoot to file a court case against Raut on the charge of revolt. For filing this case, Raut will have to be brought to the Kathmandu district court. Raut has faced a similar case in the special court. In that case, the court had released him on bail. Source: 

Hunger Strike: Lawful or awful?

These days market, media and masses are heated by an extensive coverage of Dr. Govinda K.C.’s hunger strike. This issue has been highlighted in the media in such a way and to such an extent as if it is the only issue confronted by present day Nepal.  Due to mixing up of some suspicious political demands with other health issues at this time, many people have started showing doubts on the unquestionable intention of Dr. KC which he seemed to poses earlier. Consequently, a large section of the people has started speaking against Dr. KC and his demands while some people are still advocating in support of his demands. Dr. KC may have the good intentions but his modality of revolution has been against the basic tenets of rule of law and good governance. What does the staging of the hunger strike from within the premises of Teaching Hospital for some political demands – apparently unrelated to the health issues mean? Can the lives of hundreds of sick people be… View All ….“Hunger Strike: Lawful or awful?”

Wrangling over Reconstruction Authority returns

The party has suggested adding some proposals for new constructions in addition to reconstruction, thus giving additional powers to the CEO and bringing in more experts. Maoists want bill revised KATHMANDU, Sept 8: With major political parties renewing their disputes over the modality, jurisdiction and working procedures of the Reconstruction Authority, the bill on formation of the authority has fallen into crisis, adding to uncertainty over the fate of the much-awaited body. The main opposition UCPN (Maoist) has now insisted on sending the bill back to the cabinet, demanding major changes to its provisions. The Maoist leaders came up with a new stance as the government failed to replace the ordinance introduced by the government to form the authority. As per the interim constitution, an ordinance must be replaced within 60 days of commencement of the subsequent parliament session. However, the government is insisting on replacing the ordinance after just making some changes to the bill without returning to the cabinet. “The bill can’t move ahead unless it is returned… View All ….“Wrangling over Reconstruction Authority returns”

95 percent work of Sundarijal Water Treatment Plant complete

State Minister for Water Supply and Sanitation Dipak Khadka today inspected the Sundarijal Water Treatment Plant which is under-construction by the Melamchi Water Supply Project. A team led by state minister Khadka reached the site to take stock of work progress of the plant. The team also inspected a reservoir to be used to distribute drinking water, Mahankal lawn and water tank set up at Arubari. On the occasion, the state minister said the ministry was working round the clock to inspect and monitor the project. Secretary of the ministry Bhim Prasad Upadhyay said the team reached the site to take stock of the project’s work progress. As part of the announcement to distribute water in Kathmandu valley within the Nepali month of Asoj in 2074 B.S., construction of the project has been sped up and its 95 percent of the construction has been completed, said Ghana Shyam Bhattarai, executive director of the Melamchi Water Supply Development Committee. –   #copied from: