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CoinDesk Mining Roundup: Miner Meetups and Pool Pressures $46k Spent on Bitcoin Mining Hardware: The Final Reckoning Why Timothy Coles is Selling His $2 Million Gold Mine for Bitcoin Meet the Bitcoin Fans Behind Offline Messenger goTenna The Case for Merging Mexico’s Peso With Block Chain Technology Bitcoin Shop CEO: We Plan to Be a Universal Bitcoin Solution 8 Dumb (and Visionary) Things People Said About the Internet Huobi: Regulated US Bitcoin Market Key to Our Expansion Celery Launches Consumer-Friendly Bitcoin and Dogecoin Buying Service Kanye West Sues Coinye Altcoin into Oblivion Ecuador Bans Bitcoin, Plans Own Digital Money OKCoin Denies Manipulating Bitcoin Trading Volumes Austria Offers ‘Contradictory’ Guidance on Bitcoin’s Financial Status NYDFS BitLicense is The Mark of the Beast? Request for BitLicense Extension Coin Congress Day 2: Bitcoin Industry Bullish in Face of Obstacles Bitcoin Price Drops Below $600 After Relative Stability Beyond New York: What Lies Ahead for Bitcoin Coinsetter Exits Beta to Target Institutional Traders
 
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CoinDesk Mining Roundup: Miner Meetups and Pool Pressures

With just over 13 million bitcoins mined – a milestone achieved earlier this month – the mining sector is showing few, if any, signs of slowing. In fact, the past month has shown a new level of activity and awareness in the space, particularly regarding the key issues: scalability, network share and the future [...]

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$46k Spent on Bitcoin Mining Hardware: The Final Reckoning

In the two previous articles of this series, Dario Di Pardo listed the highs and lows of having spent many thousands of dollars on pre-ordered bitcoin mining hardware and then having to endure delays, poor communication and broken promises, as some of the companies failed to provide the promised equipment in time. In this last part of the series (see one and two here), Di Pardo [...]

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Why Timothy Coles is Selling His $2 Million Gold Mine for Bitcoin

Timothy Coles is the man behind the profitable gold mine in the Yukon city of Dawson currently for sale for just over 3,200 BTC on luxury marketplace BitPremier. With more than 30 years of experience in the gold mining industry, Coles brings a unique perspective to digital currency and the concepts that underly [...]

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Meet the Bitcoin Fans Behind Offline Messenger goTenna

Anyone who has been to a festival will know it’s a struggle to contact anyone using your phone. With tens or hundreds of thousands of people trying to send texts or make calls, local networks are quickly flooded and become all but useless. New York startup goTenna thinks it has the solution for situations like [...]

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The Case for Merging Mexico’s Peso With Block Chain Technology

A developing plan in Mexico to create a digital peso could demonstrate the potential of bitcoin technology to the rest of the world, if it’s successful. After all, digitizing the currency would be just one part of a greater endeavor to adopt block chain technology into what the project’s leader hopes might become a more [...]

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Bitcoin Shop CEO: We Plan to Be a Universal Bitcoin Solution

Charles Allen is the CEO of Bitcoin Shop, a publicly traded US bitcoin company that leverages Amazon’s affiliate program to sell a wide selection of e-commerce products for bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin. Bitcoin Shop is now seeking to expand its industry goals, recently making strategic investments in key partners, including California-based bitcoin buying service expresscoin and digital currency processor GoCoin, [...]

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8 Dumb (and Visionary) Things People Said About the Internet

Bitcoin is often likened to the Internet, and arguably for good reason. The currency is a new, permissionless technology, championed by a small group of computer experts that say it will change the world in ways we can’t yet even imagine. That’s just how people talked about the Internet in the early nineties. However, as with bitcoin, the hype has been accompanied by [...]

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Huobi: Regulated US Bitcoin Market Key to Our Expansion

Known as one of China’s ‘big three’ exchanges, Beijing-based Huobi experienced a meteoric rise to the top tier of China’s bitcoin industry last year, emerging from relative obscurity to become a market leader with more than 100 employees. Since that early success, Huobi, like other China-based exchanges, has struggled to control its [...]

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Celery Launches Consumer-Friendly Bitcoin and Dogecoin Buying Service

Multi-exchange trading platform provider BTX Trader has officially launched Celery, a new product that aims to position the company to expand its market beyond institutional traders to everyday US consumers. Celery will offer bitcoin and dogecoin buying, boasting what the company says is a more carefully calibrated user [...]

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Kanye West Sues Coinye Altcoin into Oblivion

Rapper Kanye West has managed to kill an altcoin named in his honour, six months after it was launched by a team of developers. Called Coinye West, the altcoin was subsequently renamed Coinye in an attempt to continue its business activities even in the face of legal pressure. The developers envisioned Coinye as a fun [...]

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Ecuador Bans Bitcoin, Plans Own Digital Money

The National Assembly of Ecuador has effectively banned bitcoin and decentralized digital currencies while establishing guidelines for the creation of a new, state-run currency. With 91 votes in favor of the amendments to the country’s existing monetary and financial laws, the National Assembly approved a bill that now goes to President Rafael Correa for [...]

AirBaltic Waives Controversial Bitcoin Transaction Fee

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OKCoin Denies Manipulating Bitcoin Trading Volumes

The issue of trade volume authenticity on Chinese exchanges has surfaced again, with one user accusing the country’s busiest exchange OKCoin of manipulating volumes after bitcoin statistics sites displayed a sharp drop in a short period. Chinese exchanges including OKCoin have been accused in the past of artificially inflating their trade volumes and even [...]

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Austria Offers ‘Contradictory’ Guidance on Bitcoin’s Financial Status

Two Austrian cabinet ministers have given guidance on bitcoin’s status as a financial instrument and tax treatment by answering parliamentary questions submitted by a member of the legislature. Perhaps most notably, the federal minister for finance and vice chancellor, Michael Spindelegger, reiterated that bitcoin is not a financial instrument (that is, a tradable asset), echoing [...]

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NYDFS BitLicense is The Mark of the Beast? Request for BitLicense Extension

Barry Silbert, CEO of SecondMarket, has posted an official letter requesting that the NYDFS extend the deadline for filing public comment by 45 days, on their “BitLicense” proposal. He urges affected companies and individuals to sign. Currently, the list of signatures includes many A-Listers such as Elizabeth Ploshay, a board member [...]

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Coin Congress Day 2: Bitcoin Industry Bullish in Face of Obstacles

The second day of Coin Congress in San Francisco focused less on recent US regulatory developments, instead placing a heightened emphasis on the promise of bitcoin’s underlying technology. Held at the Union Square Hilton this week, the event featured a variety of speakers and panels. Experts offered unique perspectives on the bitcoin and cryptocurrency economy, and [...]

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Bitcoin Price Drops Below $600 After Relative Stability

The last two months have seen no shortage of positive bitcoin news. DISH became the latest big retailer to accept bitcoin in June, only to be eclipsed six weeks later by Dell. Then, there was the successful US Marshals auction of roughly 30,000 BTC, which proved bitcoin’s fungibility in the eyes of the [...]

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Beyond New York: What Lies Ahead for Bitcoin

According to the proposed 17th July bitcoin regulation from New York State, the public now has 45 days to comment and then a 45-day grace period prior to full adoption. But what’s after 17th October? More importantly, what’s after New York? The poor regulators are in a quandary. It’s hard not to [...]

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Coinsetter Exits Beta to Target Institutional Traders

New York-based bitcoin exchange Coinsetter has officially exited beta, ending the trial stage of its product that began in November of last year. To promote the launch, Coinsetter is lowering exchange commission fees to 0.10% for most active users, down from 0.25-0.50%. Furthermore, the exchange now offers both email and live phone support. Speaking [...]


AeroCoin Launches AeroSend , AeroME Whitepaper

28 July 2014

First of all, the long awaited AeroME whitepaper has been released a few days ago. Some of the topics talked about in this whitepaper include an AeroME mobile app, Merchant Payment Solutions, Payroll HR, and a lot more interesting topics. You can find he AeroME whitepaper here : https://www.dropbox.com/s/nmittoyyode3s80/AeroMe-WhitePaper.pdf In other AeroCoin news, this altcoin digital currency now has AeroSend enabled in [...]

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Review: Zeusminer Thunder X6 NX Gen Scrypt ASIC Miner

28 July 2014

Review: Zeusminer Thunder X6 NX Gen Scrypt ASIC Miner Zeusminer has been hard at work making miners for itself as well as being the OEM manufacturer for many others. While this has kept them busy, they have also worked on getting ready to launch their NX Gen X6 miners. Zeusminers sent me over a Thunder X6 to [...]

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Barry Silbert Leaves Second Market to Promote and Improve Bitcoin

28 July 2014

Barry Silbert continues to shock his fans with the bold moves that made him one of the shrewdest Bitcoin investors in the world. After Silbert founded SecondMarket, a New York based liquid assets marketplace, in 2004 he built the business into one of the largest as its CEO. In 2013 however he invested $2 million in the Bitcoin Investment Trust [...]

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Japanese banker seeks to rebuild trust in Bitcoin

28 July 2014

The Mt Gox fiasco is still very much in the news as creditors argue with the court appointed liquidator and offers are made for the assets of the bankrupt exchange. When the news of the huge losses was released to the general public it had a serious negative effect on the price of Bitcoin which it is just now beginning [...]

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Greencoin: Carbon Emissions Coin

28 July 2014

Getting companies, and even governments to become more conscious of carbon emissions is hard, to say the least. With no incentive to really become eco-friendly, and no one to really push them to become eco-friendly, companies will stay the same. That’s where GreenCoin comes in. 1. What sparked the idea of GreenCoin? Carbon emissions are a global problem which requires a global [...]

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SaffronCoin – The Complete Coin Platform

28 July 2014

There have been cases (around January 2014) where a coin with no special features could gain such momentum that it would overtake coins that not only had great teams but also unique features. 

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Weekly Round Up: BTC China’s new features, AirBaltic accepts Bitcoin and Coinsetter gets out of beta

28 July 2014

Share ! tweet Here is the latest cryptocurrency weekly round up brought to you by Bitcoin Examiner. BTC China announces USD and HKD deposits and withdrawals The Chinese exchange BTC China has confirmed that it is accepting USD and HKD deposits and withdrawals, becoming the first crypto-platform in the country to support three fiat currencies. The exchange is now [...]

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CoinDesk Mining Roundup: Miner Meetups and Pool Pressures

27 July 2014

With just over 13 million bitcoins mined – a milestone achieved earlier this month – the mining sector is showing few, if any, signs of slowing. In fact, the past month has shown a new level of activity and awareness in the space, particularly regarding the key issues: scalability, network share and the future [...]

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How Bitcoin Benefits From Altcoins

27 July 2014

Sometimes Bitcoin acts like a bully. In spite of the size of its market cap, its impressive merchant adoption, and its domination of the headlines, a certain segment of the Bitcoin community actively criticizes the existence of altcoins. The motives of these individuals range from altruism to fierce competiveness. Regardless, one fact remains true: these altcoin detractors are hurting Bitcoin. Public [...]

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Bitcoin Foundation Canada Gives New Regulations Thumbs Down

27 July 2014

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Jason King Feeds Over 100,000 Meals To Homeless In Pensacola Through Sean’s Outpost

27 July 2014

The last thing most people associate with “Bitcoin” is homeless outreach, but that is the first thing that Jason King pushes. This past weekend at the North American Bitcoin Conference in Chicago, King represented Sean’s Outpost, which is a homeless outreach program funded by Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Dogecoin donations. King represents an emerging group of philanthropists who utilize the ease of crowd [...]

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Bitcoin News in Review: $150 Bitcoin ATM, Most Expensive Bitcoin Painting, Ether, and More

27 July 2014

Welcome back to another Bitcoin News in Review, where we feature some of the biggest stories of the week here on CryptoCoins News. This week, we looked at two high schoolers working on a $150 Bitcoin ATM, saw the most expensive Bitcoin painting ever sold, discussed the Etherium project’s Ether presale, and more. We’ve also got a video [...]

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News Summary: July 27 – June 2

27 July 2014

Merging Mexico Peso with Blockchain? Mexico may become the first country to  have their currency integrated into the Blockchain. This shows how quickly peoples mind can change, as this follows a central bank statement in March about how Bitcoin can be risky, and potential drawbacks and limitations of it when it comes to being used as a substitution for legal tender. One of [...]

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Coinomat announces first ever NXT → bank card services

27 July 2014

Share ! tweet [PRESS RELEASE] Cryptocurrency broker Coinomat is adding NXT to its list of supported currencies, providing a direct and global pathway between NXT and major bank cards for the first time – allowing holders to purchase goods and services with NXT as easily as using Visa or Mastercard. Instant cryptocurrency and e-currency gateway [...]

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Congressional Research Service Quietly Revises Bitcoin Report

27 July 2014

letstalkbitcoin.com / Jonathan Silverblood / Published on July 25th, 2014 Last week, the Congressional Research Service updated their Bitcoin: Questions, Answers, and Analysis of Legal Issues document to reflect current events. The document serves as an introduction to Bitcoin and aims to inform members of Congress with sufficient detail to legislate the topic. This includes [...]

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$46k Spent on Bitcoin Mining Hardware: The Final Reckoning

27 July 2014

In the two previous articles of this series, Dario Di Pardo listed the highs and lows of having spent many thousands of dollars on pre-ordered bitcoin mining hardware and then having to endure delays, poor communication and broken promises, as some of the companies failed to provide the promised equipment in time. In this last part of the series (see one and two here), Di Pardo [...]

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Crypto Community Service: Dev Escrow

27 July 2014

One of the biggest features of Bitcoin is the lacking of chargebacks, which can be seen as an advantage and a disadvantage. By not having the ability to have chargebacks, sellers usually have the advantage when it comes to consumer protection. But what about the buyer? This is where an escrow service comes in. Escrow services are a third party which [...]

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Review of the 25-28 MHS Silver Fish Blade Scrypt ASIC Miner

27 July 2014

Silver Fish is a Chinese company making Scrypt ASIC miners based on 55nm Scrypt ASIC chips that they have apparently developed in-house called SF300K01 – 55nm chips with lower power consumption and rated at 625 KHS at 7W per chip. The main target for their Srypt ASIC miners available in the smaller [...]

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Cheapest GH/s Instant Bitcoin Cloud Mining Offered By PB Mining 100 GH/s For 0.29 BTC

27 July 2014

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FrozenBit: Trustless Open Source Multisig, Multicoin and Multiplatform Wallet

27 July 2014

Fully securing our cryptocurrencies in a trustless manner has consistently been an ever-present problem. FrozenBit aims to solve this as the first open source multisignature / multicoin wallet via a trustless approach; with support to include Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Quarkcoin and Blackcoin. Moreover, they are attaining to do so by way of [...]

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Why Timothy Coles is Selling His $2 Million Gold Mine for Bitcoin

27 July 2014

Timothy Coles is the man behind the profitable gold mine in the Yukon city of Dawson currently for sale for just over 3,200 BTC on luxury marketplace BitPremier. With more than 30 years of experience in the gold mining industry, Coles brings a unique perspective to digital currency and the concepts that underly [...]

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Meet the Bitcoin Fans Behind Offline Messenger goTenna

27 July 2014

Anyone who has been to a festival will know it’s a struggle to contact anyone using your phone. With tens or hundreds of thousands of people trying to send texts or make calls, local networks are quickly flooded and become all but useless. New York startup goTenna thinks it has the solution for situations like [...]

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New Cryptocurrency Wallet Launched With New Features by Global Denomination (GDN)

27 July 2014

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Exchanges to Drop Litecoin Pairing

27 July 2014

In the last weeks we have been following a trend within the e-currency exchange community where exchanges have been dropping or will be [...]

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Ecuador Bans Bitcoin In Favor Of Own National Cryptocurrency

27 July 2014

Ecuador intends to create their own national cryptocurrency On the 23rd of July, the government of Ecuador effectively banned bitcoin, along with all other cryptocurrencies, reports the PanAm Post. The legislation forms part of a reform of the country’s monetary and financial laws. The bill was approved [...]

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What ‘Distributed Autonomous Corporations’ Mean for Markets of the Future

27 July 2014

The Silk Road was, for the duration of its existence, something of a poster child for the cryptanarchist movement. The service provided a way for users to move goods and money amongst themselves without the possibility of violence or the intervention of law enforcement. Its role in the international drug economy [...]

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Russia Hosts First International and All Russian Bitcoin Conference in St. Petersburg

27 July 2014

The beginning of 2014 looked anything but bright for Bitcoin and cryptocoins in general. The Chinese had just issued a ban on cryptocurrencies with its banks and Mt. Gox losses were beginning to add up. But on 27 January, 2014 the news seemed bleak indeed. The Bank of Russia released a statement that Bitcoin was considered a money substitute and [...]

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Perianne Boring: Lawmakers Will Decide Bitcoin’s Fate Within a Year

27 July 2014

The North American Bitcoin Conference (TNABC) in Chicago started this weekend with the launch of a new lobbying group, the Chamber of Digital Commerce (CDC). The CDC is directed by president and former Forbes columnist Perianne Boring. It aims to operate a $1.5m annual budget and will feature experienced regulators, former members of Congress and early Internet advocates in its advisory board. Boring in her conversation with [...]

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Cryptocurrency Trust Index Demands More From Developers

27 July 2014

A new altcoin ranking system has hit the market today that looks to take a completely different approach to the way traders determine investments. Coins Source’s new Trust Index considers factors much deeper than market capitalization and volume. It looks beyond those figures and into the back-stage, where developers, foundations and organizers conduct work. Trust Index [...]

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BitAccess: ATM Interview

27 July 2014

As Bitcoin becomes more and more mainstream, it is also becoming a payment method that people need to actually see, not some “magic internet money” as some people call it. ATM’s and other physical processing units solidify the legitimacy of Bitcoin, offering an interface that people are familiar with, to a currency they aren’t. BitAccess Inc. produces the world’s leading Bitcoin [...]

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DGEX takes new security measures after hack

27 July 2014

Share ! tweet DGEX.com, the first ever NXT – BTC Exchange, which launched back in late 2013, has been closed for trading and cash transfer operations since July 16th, when a hacker successfully managed to steal 1.2 million NXT and 52 BTC. “DGEX was just in the process of migrating servers and deploying sizable changes [...]

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Updated ccMiner Fork with Keccak Algorithm Support

27 July 2014

Updated ccMiner Fork with Keccak Algorithm Support Posted on 26 July 2014. Tags: Crypto Mining The ccMiner fork from djm34 got updated to add support for the Keccak algorithm used by crypto coins such as MaxCoin along with some performance improvement for the Whirlpool algorithms. the Keccak algorithm is already supported by CudaMiner, but [...]

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Weekend Roundup: European Airline Accepts BTC, Ethereum Presale Begins, and Sweden Pushes the EU on Bitcoin Taxes

26 July 2014

1. Latvia’s National Airline Begins to Accept Bitcoin Ian DeMartino reported Monday that Latvian airline airBaltic had quietly introduced Bitcoin payment processing. “This marks the first time that an Airline itself, rather than a third party entity, has accepted Bitcoin payments. Perhaps more significant, since AirBaltic is owned by the government of Latvia, this means the government is accepting Bitcoin in a [...]

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New Businesses Accepting Bitcoin: Alienware, Ring Plus and More

26 July 2014

[Editor’s note: As cryptocurrencies gain in popularity, keeping up with each new business accepting Bitcoin is becoming an arduous task. To make life easier for us and our readers, we will be dedicated a weekly article that will include a condensed list of some of the latest merchants, businesses and organizations accepting Bitcoin worldwide.] Provident Metals Accepts Dogecoin, Litecoin [...]

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The Case for Merging Mexico’s Peso With Block Chain Technology

26 July 2014

A developing plan in Mexico to create a digital peso could demonstrate the potential of bitcoin technology to the rest of the world, if it’s successful. After all, digitizing the currency would be just one part of a greater endeavor to adopt block chain technology into what the project’s leader hopes might become a more [...]

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Liberty Music Store: Selling Indie Music for Bitcoin Made Easy

26 July 2014

Selling Indie Music for Bitcoin Made Incredibly Easy In a world of confusion and chaos, it is rare to come across a site that is easy and has the user in mind from the start. If you are a start-up e-commerce store or an indie artist, it is tough to sift through the myriad of companies claiming [...]

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BTX Trader Introduced New Product to Simplify Digital Currency Purchase For Customers

26 July 2014

BTX Trader, multi-exchange online bitcoin trading platform, has launched Celery, a new web-based product that will allow ordinary consumers in the US using the digital currency. Celery, which will be available from July 25th, will offer the fastest way to buy bitcoin and dogecoin. The company employs direct bank transfers and the most straightforward user experience on the market. In an interview [...]

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Why Bitcoin May One Day Split Into Black and White Coins

26 July 2014

motherboard.vice.com / ALYSSA HERTIG / July 25, 2014 05:00 AM EST Rumors are swirling that as governments move to integrate and legitimize bitcoin, it could have a divisive and lasting effect on the virtual payment system. Forcing regulations on bitcoin could divide the digital currency into two camps: coins that are regulated and managed by [...]

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Now Alienware Will Take Your Bitcoins Too

26 July 2014

Alienware, the high-end gaming computer manufacturer, has begun accepting Bitcoin as payment for its machines. The company announced as much via Twitter Thursday afternoon: Alienware now accepts Bitcoin! For a limited time, get up to $150 off when using this payment method! http://t.co/seXdeeC0wC — Alienware (@Alienware) July 24, 2014 This isn’t necessarily a surprising move. The company is a subsidiary of Dell, who announced [...]

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Feel Like A Drink, But Want To Pay In Bitcoin? Thomas Foolery’s Got You Covered!

26 July 2014

When hearing of up and coming businesses that accept crypto-currency, it is not uncommon to find business owners who think outside the box. Steve Davis, owner of Thomas Foolery in Washington D.C. is doing just that. While he decided to accept Bitcoin to try something new for his business, this pub has its own unique set of rules such as “Angry [...]

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MMAdnet is now accepting Bitcoin!

26 July 2014

MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) is a growing sport, so its a big event when one of the biggest ad networks for MMA, MMAadnet, starts to accept Bitcoin. MMAadnet is one of the biggest ad networks, with the current status of working with 300 MMA related websites while serving over 5 Billion impressions. [...]

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Hashcoins Web interface & firmware update.

26 July 2014

Hashcoins Web interface firmware update. Posted on 22 July 2014. Tags: HashCoins Despite the growing demand on hardware and some delays in supplies HashCoins continues to work hard on improving quality of their products. Our engineers have done a great job on the software update. Significantly improved stability of hardware and reduced amount of errors (HW) is the result the Hashrate increased [...]

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Bitcoin Shop CEO: We Plan to Be a Universal Bitcoin Solution

26 July 2014

Charles Allen is the CEO of Bitcoin Shop, a publicly traded US bitcoin company that leverages Amazon’s affiliate program to sell a wide selection of e-commerce products for bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin. Bitcoin Shop is now seeking to expand its industry goals, recently making strategic investments in key partners, including California-based bitcoin buying service expresscoin and digital currency processor GoCoin, [...]

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Seizure of Cypriot Bank Shows the Need for Bitcoin

26 July 2014

  For the majority of people, money is the equivalent of food and water – access to it is life itself. If the money spigot is shut off, a lot of us would very quickly find ourselves wondering how we will even survive. Add a family, an illness, or a looming retirement to the mix and the desperation [...]

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8 Dumb (and Visionary) Things People Said About the Internet

26 July 2014

Bitcoin is often likened to the Internet, and arguably for good reason. The currency is a new, permissionless technology, championed by a small group of computer experts that say it will change the world in ways we can’t yet even imagine. That’s just how people talked about the Internet in the early nineties. However, as with bitcoin, the hype has been accompanied by [...]

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26 July 2014

Serge: Your Company was featured on the North American Chicago Bitcoin conference. Can you tell our readers a bit about Glidera (in your own words)? David Ripley: Glidera is a new Bitcoin startup headquartered in Chicago, IL.  Our mission is to provide easy, secure products and services that maintain user control and provide transparency. We feel that technology can democratize finance and [...]

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PBOC banking on collapse of the Dollar: What about Bitcoin?

26 July 2014

China has a very long history; it has seen times of economic boom and economic recession come and go, it is a nation that has learned the importance of thinking in the long term. Where America and Europe are like blue-collar workers planning on blowing their wages on a Friday night whereas China is more like [...]

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Bitcoin Price Analysis – $590 Support Under Attack

26 July 2014

Bitcoin price decline is on the cards again and, with it, the question: “Where will it end?” The analysis below (Bitstamp charts throughout) outlines target levels to the downside and considers a wave pattern analysis as pointer to where the market is heading. Bitcoin Price Debrief Last week’s analysis identified a juncture that would determine the immediate trend and [...]

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Updated ccMiner Fork with Support for the New X17 Algorithm

26 July 2014

Updated ccMiner Fork with Support for the New X17 Algorithm Posted on 23 July 2014. Tags: Crypto Mining If you are looking for a GPU miner for Nvidia video cards supporting the new X17 algorithm, then you don’t need to look for it anymore as djm34 just added X17 support to his fork of [...]

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Perianne Boring to speak at the Bitcoin Center NYC – July 31

26 July 2014

  Last weekend, Perianne Boring spoke at the North American Bitcoin Conference in Chicago with the announcement of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, Bitcoin’s first office for political affairs. On Thursday, July 31st, she will be in NYC at the Bitcoin Center to talk about the political stage that is set for Bitcoin in the coming months. This will [...]

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