Coinbase is posed to allow for BCH withdrawals sometime in late 2017 or early 2018. Given they will only be allowing customers to withdraw their BCH (Bitcoin Cash) many users are interested in having their BCH converted to Bitcoin, Ethereum or Litecoin.
Due to the large amount of Coinbase users planning on liquidating their BCH as soon as it is available, I expect a drop in the BCH value once Coinbase enables withdrawals. The sooner you convert your BCH, the better!
You can get started using one of these conversion links. I will be writting a quick walkthrough below on the process step by step.
For buying and selling cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum, you need a service to go between. The most common provider of this service is coinbase. Unfortunately, coinbase is currently auto-corrected to coinable by Apple products.
So, in order to get started with your new “Coinable” account navigate to coinbase here: coinbase.com
I hope this page helped you find what you were looking for.
CloudFlare has added this nifty chart to give you an idea the performance boost their Argo Smart Networking feature adds (or takes away).
Unfortunately, the statistics are limited to the previous 4 hours, so I’ll try to post a couple separate charts.
Here’s one to start.
Above is a histogram of Time To First Byte (TTFB). The blue and orange series represent the before and after TTFB in locations, Argo found a Smart Route. TTFB measures the delay between Cloudflare sending a request to your server and receiving the first byte in response. TTFB includes network transit time (which Smart Routing optimizes) and processing time on your server (which Argo has no effect on).
The geography of this first sample of Argo users was entirely limited to Moscow, Russia – suggesting over the past 48 hours, CloudFlare’s link to that side of the planet has performed faster. All the data originated from Google’s Northern California Data Center.
Site 2: This site is being served out of AWS East Data Center.
Note a modest improvement in both China and Ireland.
Site 3: This site only had traffic of about 300 MB / 25,000 Requests over the past 48 hours so CloudFlare is unable to display performance data.
EXIF.tools is an online file metadata viewer tool suite. This web tool is currently capable of extracting metadata from all types of files (pdf, images, videos, zip files, etc) as well as web links.
Links like: https://exif.tools/https://rehmann.co/images/logo.png make it view the http headers and exif data of an image at the same time.