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Internet of Coins Releases White Paper for Infrastructure That Supports Inter-Blockchain Transactions

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Internet of Coins Releases White Paper for Infrastructure That Supports Inter-Blockchain Transactions Internet of Coins, an organization striving to create an infrastructure that supports inter-blockchain transactions, announced the release of its white paper at the Bitcoin Embassy Amsterdam during its launch party on January 3,…

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The Strangest Altcoins of 2014

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The past 12 months have seen a veritable explosion in the number of alternative digital currencies, otherwise known as altcoins. The numbers for exactly how many altcoins are in existence vary depending on the measure. CoinMarketCap.com lists 554 cryptocurrencies at the time of writing – up from…

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Bitcoin The Currency Of The Future

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Bitreserve Lawsuit Rumor Untrue

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CoinTelegraph can reveal that reports of Bitreserve facing a trademark lawsuit because of its use of the name “Bitgold” are unfounded. A recent article in Altcoin Press suggested that Nick Szabo, who supposedly trademarked the name “Bitgold”, could bring a lawsuit against the digital money…

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6 (More) Bitcoin Myths Debunked

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We’ve all heard them before. As a groundbreaking innovation, bitcoin naturally attracts skeptics just as strongly as it attracts supporters, and the technical and theoretical complexity of the digital currency can cause a considerable amount of confusion with those who are not ‘in the know’. The…

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Weekend Roundup: Snowden Accepting Bitcoins, Ecuador’s Digital Money Launches, and ChangeTip Rolling Out Facebook Support

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Weekend Roundup: Snowden Accepting Bitcoins, Ecuador’s Digital Money Launches, and ChangeTip Rolling Out Facebook Support On Thursday, Carlo Caraluzzo reported that American whistleblower Edward Snowden is accepting bitcoins to finance his legal defense. “Snowden is accepting donations in PayPal, credit card, check, bank transfer and…

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Bitcoin Is (Still) Not Doomed

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by John Light Washington Post columnist Henry Farrell has just added himself to the Nakamoto Institute’s running list of skeptics making bold assertions about the certain demise of Bitcoin. In a post entitled “ Bitcoin’s financial network is doomed ,” Mr. Farrell demonstrates his short-sightedness…

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Bitcoin buzz bypasses shoppers

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With more retailers accepting the digital currency, few shoppers are actually using it. Since it’s inception five years ago, bitcoin hype has spread across the globe. “Bitcoin accepted here” stickers have popped up in restaurants and stores. It’s even made it to Twin Mountain Country…

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DACs VS the Corporation

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In certain corners of the crypto community, ‘Decentralized Autonomous Companies’ (DACs), or ‘Distributed Autonomous Organisations’ (DAOs) are all the rage. In the same way that Bitcoin is decentralizing money, DACs seem to offer the potential to decentralize the entire world of business, commerce, finance, and…

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Wineries Growing the Bitcoin Ecosystem: Where Wine Goes So Goes the World

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[Photo: Flickr user Dennis Jarvis] https://www.flickr.com/photos/archer10/15685676486/ Serving up bottles of select vine varieties, Picnic Wine Co . was the first winery dedicated to selling wine exclusively for bitcoin. Emblazoned on their bitcoinwine.com homepage, a prominently displayed mission statement reads, “Let’s stay in Bitcoin, shall we?…

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The New Frostwire

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Remember FrostWire ( BitTorrent client )? They’ve completely transformed their platform and are integrating Bitcoin into their system. While at a Bitcoin conference I met Angel Leon, a project lead for FrostWire. Bitcoin, he mentioned to me, has caused a resurgence of excitement in the…

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Prezi® Presentation: Ted Talk: Bitcoin. Sweat. Tide. Meet the future of branded c by Grant Soffer

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This video is a Prezi®, converted by PreziTube® Create your own video from your Prezi® at PreziTube click: http://goo.gl/h3aa0V Title: Ted Talk: Bitcoin. Sweat. Tide. Meet the future of branded c Author: Grant Soffer Original Prezi® link: http://prezi.com/ljsej3qxdfim/ Description:Disclaimer: This was a public and reusable…

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“I Would Fight to Make Sure that the Bitcoin Sector Would Stay Unregulated” – Libertarian Candidate, Will Hammer

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SHA256 ALGORITHM HASHRATE: 288.7 Ph/s Facebook16 Twitter45 G+5Pinterest1 reddit Upvote Downvote 15 points inShare 3 Will Hammer is the Libertarian candidate for the United States House of Representatives from the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Sixth District. The 27 year old candidate is running against incumbent Bob…

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The Bitfilm Festival

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Aaron, your project, the Bitfilm Festival , sounds really interesting.  Can you tell me why you started this project? The Bitfilm Festival started in 2000 as a festival about 3D animation and digital effects, then expanded to show films made for mobile screens, films made…

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Bitcoin Regulation In Japan

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Different governments have taken different stances on Bitcoin. For example, Bangladesh has outlawed it and Germany considers it “private money.” Within the US, different states have different standpoints, as each state possesses respective laws. Japan has decided to take an interesting stance on it.Mt Gox,…

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Coinbase, Paypal, Bitcoin, Bit License, ApplePay, Hong Kong, and Hoverboards

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Donate: https://blockchain.info/address/1LAYu… Subscribe: http://patreon.com/madbitcoins Sponsor: http://MadBitcoins.com October 21th, 2014 — Fort Worth, Texas — MadBitcoins cereal! Golden flakes, crispy Bitcoins’s.. one bite and you’re gonna be eatin’ with A team that’s teaming up with MadBitcoins — I pity the fool who doesn’t eat his Mad…

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‘We Plan to Use These Machines as Remittance Portals to Undercut Western Union and Others Dramatically’ – Cailen Sullivan, CEO ZenBox

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‘We Plan to Use These Machines as Remittance Portals to Undercut Western Union and Others Dramatically’ – Cailen Sullivan, CEO ZenBox Facebook5 Twitter48 G+3Pinterest reddit Upvote Downvote submit inShare 3This week, we had the opportunity to talk with Cailen Sullivan, CEO and co-founder of ZenBox…

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