Altcoins This week the Hong Kong-based bitcoin remittance provider, Bitspark, has announced the firm is switching its services over to the Bitshares blockchain instead of using bitcoin because it is “better suited for the company’s business.” Also read: Putin Tells Central Bank Not to Create Unnecessary Barriers to Cryptocurrencies Bitspark Drops Bitcoin for Bitshares Because of Unpredictable Fees Bitspark is
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For about a week and a half, the Bitcoin network’s transaction congestion and rising fee market has subsided. People are now reporting on how they are sending transactions for smaller fees, and some of them are having difficulty with wallets that are recommending fees that are much higher than needed. Also read: The Decentralize Your Life Tour: An Interview With Derrick Broze Bitcoin’s