30 Jun '16, 8am

The 18 companies that control bitcoin in 2016 - Business Insider UK

The race is on. Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images Flashy startups like Coinbase, Circle, Blockchain, and BitPay are some of the most famous companies in bitcoin. But arguably more important are the miners — individuals and organisations who form the core backbone of bitcoin, ensuring the digital currency's integrity. Bitcoin runs on a blockchain, a decentralised and public ledger of every transaction made on the network. By offering processing power towards this, users get a chance to win bitcoin — creating an arms race of miners scrambling to assemble ever-more sophisticated and powerful equipment to "mine" new bitcoin. This decentralisation has huge benefits, but also comes with new risks: Right now, if just the top three organisations joined forces they would control 51% of the network — giving them the power to rewrite the blockchain as they see fit. Some individuals ...

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