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SecondMarket Institutional Bitcoin Exchange Requires 25 BTC Minimum Trades

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New York-based SecondMarket is informing investors that its professional-level bitcoin exchange service is available for institutional traders.

The company had previously confirmed it would launch a US-regulated exchange by summer. That effort is still ongoing, and will be separate from the SecondMarket brand acccording to Barry Silbert:

“This is not the digital exchange effort, which will be launched separate from SecondMarket under a different name,” he said.

SecondMarket, a registered broker-dealer that has experience offering unique asset classes and alternative investments, is targeting investors interested in trading a minimum of 25 BTC per trade for its market making service.

Notably, however, that level of bitcoin trading is in a market that has seen bitcoin

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Blockchain Awards to Honor Bitcoin Leadership at Bitcoin 2014

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Blockchain and the Bitcoin Foundation introduced the inaugural Blockchain Awards today (16th April).

The two organizations will co-host the event to be hold on 16th May at the Bitcoin 2014 Conference in Amsterdam.

The awards will celebrate “the exceptional quality, leadership, and technical innovation we see every day”, Blockchain CEO Nicolas Cary said in a statement.

He added:

“With these awards we hope to take a moment and reflect on the amazing contributions from the Bitcoin community.”

Nominations are open from today through 6th May in 10 categories. These include:

  • Best ATM Design
  • Best Mobile App
  • Bitcoin Champion
  • Bitcoin Legal Expert
  • Most Creative Video
  • Most Impactful Charity
  • Most Influential Investor
  • Most Informative Podcast
  • Most Insightful Journalist
  • Visionary Academic Paper.

Each of the winners will

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Dogecoin Founder, Enthusiasts Set For San Francisco Convention

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Dogecoin creator Jackson Palmer is set to headline Dogecon SF in San Francisco, an upcoming gathering presented by Follow The Coin in partnership with Palmer and the Dogecoin Foundation.

The 25th April event will celebrate the short but dramatic history of the altcoin. Beginning at 4 p.m., Dogecon SF will feature food, fun, panel discussions and more than a few chances to win some dogecoins. Entry is free, although donations are encouraged.

Palmer told CoinDesk that the evening of all things shibe embodies everything positive about the dogecoin community:

“Dogecoin is based, at its core, around a passionate community of users who are a

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New Colorado Marijuana Vending Machines Will Accept Bitcoin

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Marijuana vending machines have long been rumored to debut en masse in certain US states, but on 12th April the first machine that can be accessed directly by consumers was finally unveiled at an invite-only event in Colorado.

Billed as the first marijuana vending machine in America, ZaZZZ units are perhaps more accurately the first ones that will not be placed behind sales counters. The machines offer a number of novel compliance features, including a driver’s license reader and a camera that captures video of users.

ZaZZZ machines also have another notable feature: They accept only a limited number of payment options including the ZaZZZ Card, cash, and perhaps most notably,

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CeX to Buy Used Tech from UK Customers, Pay Out in Bitcoins

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CeX, an online marketplace for buying and selling technology and entertainment products, is now paying bitcoin for used goods on the UK version of its site.

UK-based users are now able to sell products on the website for bitcoin as an option in CeX’s shopping cart.

The cart informs users that they will receive the BTC equivalent fair value at the time a good is sold:

“Your actual bitcoin payout will be determined at the time of payment processing, after we have received and tested your goods.”

Selling items for bitcoin

The decision for CeX to take bitcoin for used goods follows a recent trend in the bitcoin industry.

A few companies now allow users

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SecondMarket Officially Launches Institutional Bitcoin Exchange

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New York-based SecondMarket has informed investors that its professional-level bitcoin exchange service is now available for institutional traders.

The company had previously confirmed it would launch a US-regulated exchange by summer.

SecondMarket, a registered broker-dealer that has experience offering unique asset classes and alternative investments, is targeting investors interested in trading a minimum of 25 BTC per trade.

Notably, however, that level of bitcoin trading is in a market that has seen bitcoin exchanges struggle to fill orders, according to investors familiar with institution-level BTC trading.

25 BTC minimum

According to recent CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index values, 25 BTC is worth more than $12,000.

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US Federal Reserve Official Says He’s Interested in Bitcoin Technology

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A representative of the US Federal Reserve spoke out about bitcoin today at a town hall meeting at North Dakota State University, Reuters reports.

Addressing the audience, Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Narayana Kocherlakota indicated he is interested in bitcoin’s underlying technology, but not its use as a currency.

Kocherlakota also responded to the suggestion that bitcoin could ever become a legitimate competitor to the US dollar, stating:

“That’s where I think the interest of it is, myself, as opposed to a new currency that’s going to drive the US dollar out of circulation.”

The development notably follows Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s statements on the subject during an address to the

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Is Bitcoin Over the Hill?

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Is bitcoin getting the same attention it once was?

Some are suggesting that the digital currency is losing its lustre, as enthusiasm wanes. But, how can we measure that, and whose enthusiasm are we talking about exactly?

The technology industry can be a fickle and fashion-led business. Research firm Gartner even has a name for it: the hype cycle. The cycle is a line graph charted on two axes, with visibility on the vertical, and maturity on the horizontal.

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The Gartner hype cycle: Image via Gartner

It starts with a technology trigger (that would be Satoshi’s invention of

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Linguistic Researchers Name Nick Szabo as Author of Bitcoin Whitepaper

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A group of forensic linguistics experts from Aston University believe the real creator of bitcoin is former law professor Nick Szabo.

This is not the first time Szabo has been outed as the ‘real’ Satoshi Nakamoto. Last December researcher Skye Grey analyzed the now infamous bitcoin whitepaper and came to the same conclusion.

Linguistic analysis is a technique often employed by criminal investigators and intelligence agencies, among other organisations. While it is not a foolproof method, in many cases it is the only means of gathering vital intelligence from documents.

So why are different researchers pointing to the same conclusion?

Linguistic traits and ticks

The Aston University Centre for Forensic Linguistics, based in Birmingham, UK, unleashed 40

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Mt. Gox Officially Files for Liquidation

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Mt. Gox today filed for liquidation in a Tokyo court, abandoning its plans for civil rehabilitation and giving its creditors even less hope of recouping their losses, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

The filing is one step further than the bankruptcy protection the failed bitcoin exchange had applied for on 28th February. The difficulty of the procedure was cited as a reason, together with dwindling hopes of a resurrection.

The filing document, posted on Mt. Gox’s website, said:

“During the following 1 month and a half, an investigation has proceeded with regard to the past factual elements related to the disappearance of bitcoins and missing funds which were the cause of

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Video: Inside the Offshore Vault Where Gold Trades for Bitcoin

On the tiny and semi-independent island of Guernsey there is a new type of bitcoin exchange, one that trades ‘digital gold’ for the real thing.

Around 60,000 people live there, around 70 miles off the south coast of England. Although closely linked to the United Kingdom, its direct relationship with the Crown, instead of the government, means that it is virtually autonomous, particularly with regards to financial issues and tax.

The island is home to Bullion Bitcoin, a unique exchange that trades bitcoin for physical gold. Launched earlier this year, the company says it wants to aid the easy transmission of gold while providing a solid store of value for bitcoin. The link between gold and bitcoin

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Coinfloor to Become First ‘Publicly Auditable’ Bitcoin Exchange

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UK-based bitcoin exchange Coinfloor announced a slew of new updates today, including an over-the-counter (OTC) market for large, institutional bitcoin traders and a “proof of solvency” audit process.

Coinfloor is now also offering 0% commission for all clients for 60 days. The service updates notably follow the exchange’s re-opening of user registration on 27th March, which had been delayed since November.

Perhaps most notable of the announcements was the opening of the OTC market, which Coinfloor suggested would pave the way for institutional investors to begin exploring bitcoin.

Said Coinfloor CEO Mark Lamb:

“In speaking to a number of equities exchanges, we found the appetite for new products remarkably positive. Brokers, proprietary traders and the rest of

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Price of Bitcoin Tops $500 as China Fears Subside

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The price of bitcoin continued its upward trend on the CoinDesk USD Bitcoin Price Index (BPI) today (15th April), rising roughly 9% to top $500.

As of press time, the price had increased roughly $43 over the course of the day, climbing from a low of $452.17 to a high of $514.72.

The recent recovery, sparked by 11th April comments from People’s Bank of China (PBOC) governor Zhou Xiaochuan, continued as the rumored 15th April deadline allegedly imposed by the central bank came and went without any additional account closures or adverse actions taken against major exchanges.

In recent weeks, a number of China-based exchanges began reporting that their banking providers had received notice

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Potential Mt. Gox Buyer: Exchange Has Important Role in Bitcoin’s Future

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The latest attempt to bring bankrupt Japan-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox back to life appears to be a serious one.

William Quigley, managing director of Santa Monica-based venture capital firm Clearstone Venture Partners, and part of a group of investors aiming to resuscitate the collapsed exchange, recently appeared on CNBC to talk about the bid.

Quigley’s fellow investors include John Betts, a former Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs executive, and venture capitalist Brock Pierce. The proposal offered to purchase Mt. Gox for just 1 BTC, and first surfaced on 10th April.

Said Quigley:

“You have to understand, of course, that Mt. Gox is much more that just the assets that it has. The company still

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Bitcoin 2014 Amsterdam Conference Releases Full Schedule

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Bitcoin 2014, a European conference held in association with the Bitcoin Foundation, has released a schedule of planned events on its website.

The conference will be held from 15-17th May at Passenger Terminal Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Patrick Byrne, CEO of Overstock and the largest retailer to currently accept bitcoin, was previously announced as a keynote speaker.

Additional speakers will include Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire, BTC China CEO Bobby Lee and Bitcoin Foundation Chief Scientist and former lead developer Gavin Andresen.

Based on the schedule, discussions at the event will center on bitcoin regulation, as well as its opportunities and international implications.

The conference will begin with a welcome reception on

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US Exchange CoinMKT Launches API, Adds USD/Dogecoin Trading

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Los Angeles-based digital currency exchange CoinMKT has launched an API to provide advanced access to its platform.

The company offers trading between 10 different digital currencies and USD – and that now also includes dogecoin.

Travis Skweres, the CEO of CoinMKT, told CoinDesk that the API is a step towards getting professional traders and hedge funds using the exchange.

Explained Skweres:

“There’s a huge need for institutional trading. Our long-term strategy is companies and institutional traders.”

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Skweres said that up to this point CoinMKT had been mostly a retail operation focused on individual customers. Now, the exchange’s API brings new functions to the platform such as programming trade engines.

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‘Emergency Hearing’ Could Lead to New Discoveries in Mt. Gox Case

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Mark Karpeles, CEO of bankrupt Japan-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, has filed an emergency motion stating that he needs more time before choosing whether to appear for formal questioning in the US.

The development finds Karpeles attempting to push back this decision until 5th May so that his legal team can “get up to speed” on a recent subpoena issued by the US Treasury department.

While a seemingly small filing, the Mt. Gox case could change dramatically depending on whether Karpeles agrees to be deposed in the US. That’s because US Bankruptcy Judge Stacey Jernigan ordered Karpeles to submit to questioning on 2nd April, and threatened to remove key bankruptcy

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Bitcoin-Funded Dating App Develops After December Price Surge

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A new iOS app called Sumtu wants to change the way dating is done in the digital realm. But most interesting is the context in which it was created: Gregor Amon, whose company Simply Travel accepts bitcoin, used the proceeds from the digital currency’s ascent into the $1,000 range to fund Sumtu. He said:

“Sumtu is 100% bitcoin financed.”

The bitcoin angle

Last year, Amon looked at bitcoin as an option for his travel business. “Bitcoin was already interesting to me in those days,” he said.

He reached out to Austin and Beccy Craig, the Utah couple that not only lived on bitcoin for 90 days, but also traveled – no easy feat.

Upon hearing about the couple’s plans,

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CoinTerra Ships 5,000th TerraMiner, Offers 20% Discount

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Texas-based mining hardware manufacturer CoinTerra has managed to ship its 5,000th TerraMiner just ten weeks after launching full-scale production. The hardware manufacturer shipped the 1,000th unit in late February. At the time, CoinTerra said its kit powered 6% of the bitcoin network.

However, with 4,000 additional TerraMiner units in the wild, the company’s hardware now accounts for more than 15% of the entire network, or roughly 8 petahash of power.

The company shipped its first TerraMiner in late January – claiming that further batches of TerraMiner IV rigs were on schedule.

March orders were fulfilled and the company now says it has shipped the April batch of orders to customers ahead

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Bitcoin’s Latest Fan: NFL Star Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson

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National Football League (NFL) veteran and former star of the VH1 dating show ‘Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch’, Chad Johnson, is currently exploring bitcoin.

The six-time Pro Bowler took to Twitter on 14th April, writing that he had first heard about bitcoin through a discussion with a friend, and that he was eager to learn more.

Johnson, 36, spent the majority of his professional career with the Cincinnati Bengals, though he later had brief stints with the New England Patriots and the Miami

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Alpha Technology Initiates Scrypt ASIC Tape-Out

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Alpha Technology has a new development update and its Viper scrypt board seems to be making headway.

The British ASIC maker said it has completed the schematics for the ATX power distribution board and of the AC power metering board. Those of the actual ASIC board are not complete yet, but Alpha said it is “almost” done. In addition, the company has finalised the design of the enclosure and WebGUI user interface.

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Alpha said it is currently in the process of initiating tape-out at GlobalFoundries. The chip design has been finalised and sent to the foundry for fabrication. According to the latest update, the team managed to reduce power

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PBOC Deadline Day: Business as Usual for BTC China

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The rumored deadline for China’s banks to cut off bitcoin exchanges from deposits has arrived, with no official word from the authorities that such a policy even exists. Chinese exchange BTC China claims it has no intention of changing the way it does business.

The story has contributed to turbulence in the bitcoin markets since it first began circulating as a rumor last month. Bitcoin saw its value fall beneath $400 briefly for the first time since November 2013. This is despite the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) itself insisting it had no intention to ban digital currencies.

Some exchanges have received formal and verbal notices from their banking partners, and there

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New Bitcoin POS ‘Coin of Sale’ Garners Global Attention

A new bitcoin POS system, Coin of Sale, is trying to make it easier for merchants to accept bitcoin payments for their goods and services.

Created by Singapore-based expat Thomas Forgac, Coin of Sale works with both Android and iOS devices. When users sign up for an account, they are automatically set up with an Electrum wallet.

The merchant must simply enter the amount of money that needs to be charged and the app will automatically generate a QR code for it. The customer then scans this QR code to complete the payment.

This video by the company explains the process in more detail:

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Forgac has been working on this POS system as a passion project since July 2013.

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Block Chain Technology Offers New Crime-Fighting Options

Edan Yago is CEO of Epiphyte and a founding board member of the Digital Asset Transfer Authority (DATA). Epiphyte develops systems that bridge the gap between traditional financial networks and cryptofinancial networks.

The views expressed in the article below are his own, and do not necessarily reflect those of DATA.

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Last week was a turning point for bitcoin and distributed cryptographic networks.

It started with the Inside Bitcoins conference in New York, where it became clear that the bitcoin world is truly starting to live up to its promise of creating the most secure financial system in human history.

Up until now, most of the services that we have developed around the bitcoin

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TigerDirect Canada Teases Bitcoin Adoption

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TigerDirect Canada seems to be working on bitcoin integration, but for the time being details are sketchy.

Shoppers south of the border can already use bitcoins on the company’s US site.

The tech retailer started accepting the currency back in January, just two months later TigerDirect announced that the total volume of its bitcoin sales had surpassed $1m.

Canada could soon join the fun

TigerDirect’s bitcoin rollout appears to have been a success in the US and now it appears that it is about to expand to Canada.

There is still no official announcement, but newsBTC came across a curious entry on www.tigerdirect.ca/bitcoin:

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Neo & Bee CEO Breaks Silence on Alleged Bitcoin Fraud

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Danny Brewster, CEO of Cyprus-based bitcoin company Neo Bee, has broken his silence, taking to reddit to address some of the rumours that have been circulating about him of late.

Posting on the forum as ‘cryptocyprus’, the British-born entrepreneur said the suggestion he has committed fraud is his “greatest concern” at the moment.

Earlier this month, Cyprus Mail reported that two customers paid Brewster €15,000 and €20,000 for bitcoins, which they never received.

Allegations then started flying, claiming Brewster had left Cyprus and defrauded investors. Brewster took to the Bitcoin Talk forum to defend himself and admitted he was out of the country, but stressed that he was

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BTC China Launches First ‘Soft Bitcoin ATM’ Interface for International Markets

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A new web-based app from BTC China called ‘Picasso ATM’ allows anyone with a smartphone to become a ‘walking bitcoin ATM’, without the need to invest thousands of dollars in hardware. Sellers can use the app to upload and sell bitcoins nearly anywhere in the world, in a range of major currencies.

It could be the first of many moves by Chinese bitcoin exchanges to appeal to international customers. BTC China is the most prominent of China’s bitcoin exchanges overseas already thanks to its English language interface and CEO Bobby Lee’s appearances at major conferences like CoinSummit. Until now, though, it has been near impossible for non-Chinese residents to deposit

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Blockchain Technology Offers New Crime-Fighting Options

Edan Yago is CEO of Epiphyte and a founding board member of the Digital Asset Transfer Authority (DATA). Epiphyte develops systems that bridge the gap between traditional financial networks and cryptofinancial networks.

The views expressed in the article below are his own, and do not necessarily reflect those of DATA.

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Last week was a turning point for bitcoin and distributed cryptographic networks.

It started with the Inside Bitcoins conference in New York, where it became clear that the bitcoin world is truly starting to live up to its promise of creating the most secure financial system in human history.

Up until now, most of the services that we have developed around the bitcoin

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Charlie Shrem Indicted on Federal Charges for Money Laundering

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Former Bitcoin Foundation vice chairman Charlie Shrem has been indicted on charges stemming from alleged money laundering on the Silk Road, once of the largest illegal marketplaces online.

The indictment involving Shrem and Florida resident Robert Faiella indicates that the two had been conspiring together to funnel money into Silk Road since 2011.

Shrem, 24, was co-founder and an executive of bitcoin processor BitInstant. He is also accused of never filing a single suspicious activity report with the government during his time at the company, which has since gone defunct.

The details

According to the indictment, Shrem worked with Faiella to supply bitcoins to Silk Road users. Faiella, 52, who was known in Silk Road forums as

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Gyft Forced to Abruptly End Walmart Gift Card Support

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Mobile gift card provider Gyft has announced via an email to its customers that it no longer offers users the ability to purchase Walmart gift cards on its platform.

Gyft, which accepts bitcoin and provides 3% back to digital currency buyers, added the US retail giant to its network on 24th March to great fanfare, as Walmart was long one of the most requested retailers by Gyft users.

The company informed customers of the change in its offerings via a 14th April email.

Read the message:

“Due to circumstances beyond our control, we need to remove Walmart from our list of participating retailers, effective April 13, 2014. Rest assured that we are doing

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BitAngels closed fund Seed Funding Investment

BitAngels Closes 10,000 BTC Fund for Decentralised Applications

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One time-tested measurement of an industry’s promise is the amount of investment capital flowing into new ventures in the space, and now angel investor group BitAngels has closed a new fund that highlights the bright future of digital currencies and decentralised applications.

Billed as the world’s first “distributed veteran entrepreneur and angel investor group,” BitAngels has been an active organization in the bitcoin community, having invested $7m into digital currency startups since its inception in 2013.

BitAngels co-founders Michael Terpin and David Johnston sat down with CoinDesk at Inside Bitcoins NYC to talk about their new fund, titled the BitAngels Fund I.

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Survey Results: 96% of Merchants Would Recommend Bitcoin to Peers

This is Part Three of a three-part series aimed at learning more about the merchants who accept bitcoin and support the wider digital currency ecosystem.

The results are based on a survey issued on 17th March that received more than 200 responses. Part One of this series sought to better define the merchants who are taking part in the bitcoin ecosystem, while Part Two examined the sales successes these businesses have been able to achieve to date.

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So far, our merchant survey has defined the types of businesses operating in the bitcoin space and examined the effect that bitcoin buyers have had on their bottom lines, answering two integral questions about how

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What Facebook’s Mobile Money Plans May Mean for Bitcoin

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With the price of bitcoin trending upwards on the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index, the digital currency market is once again showing resilience, even in the face of controversial news from the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

However, while these events saw major government agencies attempting to limit how funds could be handled by bitcoin businesses and imposing accounting requirements on bitcoin users, a new report has suggested that bitcoin could soon face another threat, this time in the form of viable competition that could hinder adoption in the short term.

The Financial Times reported on 13th April that Facebook is reportedly exploring an electronic

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Amazon Exec Says Company Decided Against Accepting Bitcoin

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Amazon is not interested in embracing bitcoin, but it is looking into new digital payment services, possibly a service developed in house, a new report suggests.

Amazon payments head Tom Taylor told Re/code that the company did indeed consider bitcoin, but eventually decided that there was not enough interest in the technology for Amazon to benefit from adopting it.

Said Taylor:

“Obviously, it gets a lot of press and we have considered it, but we’re not hearing from customers that it’s right for them, and don’t have any plans within Amazon to engage bitcoin.”

Amazon’s revenue in 2013 was almost $75bn, while the market cap of all bitcoins ever created is roughly $5bn.

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Jimmy Wales Reveals Wikimedia is ‘Cautious’ About Accepting Bitcoin

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Jimmy Wales, the co-founder of Wikipedia, said in a Twitter conversation that Wikimedia, the non-profit foundation that operates the site, was “cautious” about the Internet encyclopaedia accepting bitcoin donations.

When Twitter user ‘Mister Schief’ asked Wales for an update on Wikimedia Foundation accepting bitcoin donations, Wales responded by saying that staff were looking into a lightweight implementation:

This news comes just a month after Wales revealed that he was starting to get into bitcoin. He

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New Paper Explores Cooling Challenges in Bitcoin Mining Industry

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A new white paper from Allied Control, a technology cooling solutions provider, surveys the current large-scale bitcoin mining ecosystem and explores the implications of current and future cooling technologies.

According to author Alex Kampl, Allied’s vice president of engineering, there are significant deficiencies in how mining hardware is manufactured and deployed worldwide. As a result, investors already involved risk losing money and new ones may be dissuaded from taking part at all.

He told CoinDesk:

“I believe a lot of money is lost with unreliable mining hardware manufacturers – hardware not delivered at all, delivered late, or shipped under promised spec. We all know how miners lose money. This reputation

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Chamath Palihapitiya Predicts 7.3 Million Wallet Downloads in 2014

Former Facebook and AOL executive Chamath Palihapitiya has updated his projection on wallet downloads in 2014.

In January, Palihapitiya, who is one of the largest individual owners of bitcoin, had predicted 11.5 million wallet downloads, but after the bitcoin price stabilised below $500 in the first quarter of the year, he has readjusted his forecast to 7.3 million.

He shared this information via a tweet last night:

The data is based on Coinbase, Blockchain and MultiBit wallets, all three of which passed their one-millionth-download milestone at the start of this year:

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What Does the Future Hold for the Price of Bitcoin?

Litecoin bulls and bears are also in a fight over the $10 support/resistance level.Here’s the BTC/CNY situation in China, where the technical support level lies lower, at the USD equivalent of $325:

CNY 2000 ($325) is support for China

So China seems to suggest that we are heading lower. But how influential are the Chinese markets for the global bitcoin price?

Judging from the price action of the past few months, it definitely seems like China and US/Europe each have their own internal dynamic. Let’s crunch some numbers (scroll down for the graphs):

Please Note: For what follows, I’ll be using BTC China as proxy for China*, and Bitstamp as proxy for

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Chamath Palihapitiya Predicts 7.3 Million Bitcoin Wallet Downloads in 2014

Former Facebook and AOL executive Chamath Palihapitiya has updated his projection on wallet downloads in 2014.

In January, Palihapitiya, who is one of the largest individual owners of bitcoin, had predicted 11.5 million wallet downloads, but after the bitcoin price stabilised below $500 in the first quarter of the year, he has readjusted his forecast to 7.3 million.

He shared this information via a tweet last night:

The data is based on Coinbase, Blockchain and MultiBit wallets, all three of which passed their one-millionth-download milestone at the start of this year:

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BTC-e Back Online Following DDoS Attack

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BTC-e was down briefly on Sunday, following a powerful distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against its servers.

DDoS attacks against bitcoin exchanges have gained notoriety since the ‘massive and concerted’ attack which targeted multiple organisations earlier this year.

However, in the current climate of uncertainty even a harmless attack can be misinterpreted, with speculation spreading like wildfire on social media. Luckily BTC-e was quick to confirm the attack and dismiss fears – it was just another DDoS attack, now all too common in the world of bitcoin.

 

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At press time BTC-e was back up and running with more than

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Corkket.com Takes on eBay and Craigslist With Local Bitcoin Classifieds

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A New York startup wants to take on Craigslist and eBay for local trading, encouraging its buyers and sellers to use bitcoin as much as possible.

Corkket.com has chosen to focus on the hyper-local market, its interface directing users towards deals in their own neighborhoods first. It will also provide an escrow service for more trustworthy payments and promises full refunds to buyers who change their minds.

To promote its bitcoin-focused approach, the company is launching its beta service with a ‘Bitcoin Picnic‘ in New York City’s Union Square for seven hours on Saturday 26th April.

The event promises bitcoin-accepting food trucks and live music, plus a free giveaway

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Bitcoin Vigil Guards Against Intrusion and Coin Theft

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A project that allows users a new way to detect malware on personal computers called Bitcoin Vigil offers a method of intrusion detection that tracks cryptocurrency-stealing malware attempts to take bitcoins from wallets stored on computers.

Eric Springer, a Canadian developer living in Mexico, said Bitcoin Vigil is pretty simple:

“You can just leave the bitcoin wallet on your computer, and it will let you know if you have malware.”

How it works

When users fund a wallet on the Bitcoin Vigil website, they can download a database file containing the wallet’s information. It is effectively a wallet generated with bitcoins, Springer said, that is unencrypted to make it as easy on malware as

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New Paper Explores Cooling Challenges In Bitcoin Mining Industry

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A new white paper from Allied Control, a technology cooling solutions provider, surveys the current large-scale bitcoin mining ecosystem and explores the implications of current and future cooling technologies.

According to author Alex Kampl, Allied’s vice president of engineering, there are significant deficiencies in how mining hardware is manufactured and deployed worldwide. As a result, investors already involved risk losing money and new ones may be dissuaded from taking part at all.

He told CoinDesk:

“I believe a lot of money is lost with unreliable mining hardware manufacturers – hardware not delivered at all, delivered late, or shipped under promised spec. We all know how miners lose money. This reputation

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Crash and Carry on, Canadian Chip Chumps, and the Internet of Sins

Welcome to the CoinDesk Weekly Review 13th April 2014 – a regular look at the hottest, most thought-provoking and most controversial events in the world of digital currency through the eyes of scepticism and wonder.

Your host … John Law.

Breaking China

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China stamps hard on bitcoin, and the price crashes: what excellent news for investors.

John Law should explain: he’s not shorting bitcoin, and he does feel the pain of anyone who’s got substantial holdings. But in terms of the long-term prospects of cryptocurrencies – and those who are investing time and money on the expectation that the technology itself will prosper – this is no bad thing.

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Why Know-Your-Customer Rules Won’t Work With Bitcoin

Know Your Customer rules exemplify why moulding bitcoin into the current regulatory framework won’t work, argues Ariel Deschapell.

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Regulation is a persistently hot topic in the cryptocurrency world, with a growing number in favour of government getting involved to further legitimize bitcoin.

This includes Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire who recently remarked:

“Bitcoin needs greater levels of governance around it. I do not believe this industry will grow without collaboration from governments around the world.”

Allaire stressed that a middle ground must be found between privacy and the needs of governments and authorities.

This sentiment is reflected by a majority of new industry entrants who want to see bitcoin mature

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Welcome to Bitcoin Island

Forget currencies and commodities … perhaps the most helpful analogy for Bitcoin is ‘land’, argues Richard Gendal Brown.

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Oleg Andreev posted an insightful tweet the other day:

 

You could argue this is a trivial observation – “how else could it work?!” – but thinking in terms of ownership and protocols for transfer of ownership is a surprisingly helpful way to think about how the system works. That’s because the ‘protocol of ownership’ insight means there is a whole other world of history, tradition and precedent to

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Coin For Coffee Seeks Simple Way To Buy a Cup of Joe

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Ever wanted to buy a cup of Starbucks coffee with your bitcoins? With Coin For Coffee, now you can.

As its co-founder and CEO Matt Luongo explained to CoinDesk, Card For Coin leverages Starbucks’ existing gift card infrastructure to process payments using digital currency.

He put it simply:

“We want people to be able to spend their bitcoins wherever they want.”

How it works

Coin For Coffee sports a simple interface. Users choose how much they want to upload (ranging from $5 to $50).

After confirming a user’s email address, the system produces a bitcoin address in which to deposit the amount. Users send the amount they want to spend, and Coin For Coffee produces

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Why Bitcoin is Fated for Boom and Bust

Bob Swarup has extensive global experience in financial markets, macroeconomics and regulation, and  recently released his new book Money Mania: Booms, Panics, and Busts from Ancient Rome to the Great Meltdown. Here, he presents his view on why bitcoin is fated to repeat the perennial cycle of boom and bust.

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It is human nature to believe that whatever happens to us is unique. Bitcoin is no exception to this rule.

Discussions about bitcoin and its impact are everywhere at the moment.

If you are a supporter, bitcoin is a digital messiah and an unprecedented paradigm shift in the evolution of currency. The rapid escalation in its price over the last year is

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New Radeon Launches Just in Time for No Miner to Care

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Having launched its fastest graphics card to date on Tuesday, AMD will find few takers among scrypt miners, argues Nermin Hajdarbegovic.

AMD’s new card is pricey and designed with enthusiasts in mind, so few miners will be willing to pay the premium for an elaborate hybrid cooler. What’s more, an increasing number of scrypt miners are looking beyond Radeon graphics processing units (GPUs) for their mining needs.

With that in mind, the dual-GPU Radeon R9 295X2 is starting to sound like a swan song for GPU mining, at least as far as scrypt goes.

Meet the R9 295X2, AMD’s new flagship

The Radeon R9 295X2 is the latest card in a long line of dual-GPU

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Whither the Price of Bitcoin?

Tuur Demeester is an economist and investor focused on personal and financial freedom and bitcoin, and editor in chief at Adamant Research. 

With all the commotion in the market, now is an interesting moment to take a step back and look at some price patterns. I think especially the price behavior of China versus US/EU can be instructive to assess what to expect from the markets going forwards.

Back in december, based on two previous cycles in Bitcoin, I projected a bottom between late February and mid March, from the peak of $1,150 to between $400 and $500. On February 24, following the Mt. Gox closure news, we saw a panic sale during which the price dropped to $400 on

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Wladimir van der Laan’s Top Four Priorities for Bitcoin

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Bitcoin has a new lead developer, Wladimir van der Laan, and with the ecosystem growing every day he is going to have a lot on his hands over the next year.

We asked Van der Laan what major issues affecting the bitcoin core are on his radar. Here are his four main priorities:

1. Splitting off the Bitcoin-Qt wallet from the P2P core code

At the moment, the core functions of the bitcoin client, processing new transactions and maintaining the history of old transactions, share the space as information about the wallet you set up using the client.

When you download Bitcoin-Qt, the official bitcoin software, you can help maintain the bitcoin network (i.e.

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Whither the price of Bitcoin?

Tuur Demeester is an economist investor focussed on personal and financial freedom and bitcoin, and editor in chief at Adamant Research. 

With all the commotion in the market, now is an interesting moment to take a step back and look at some price patterns. I think especially the price behavior of China versus US/EU can be instructive to assess what to expect from the markets going forwards.

Back in december, based on two previous cycles in Bitcoin, I projected a bottom between late February and mid March, from the peak of $1,150 to between $400 and $500. On February 24, following the Mt. Gox closure news, we saw a panic sale during which the price dropped to $400 on

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Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Prepare to Move Operations Overseas

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Major China-based bitcoin exchanges Huobi and OKCoin are reporting that they have received word from banking partners indicating that certain deposit services would be terminated by 14th April.

The news follows the 10th April statements issued by BTCTrade, BTC100 and Huobi confirming that they had bank accounts terminated by financial partners. OKCoin was previously contacted by a third-party payment processor, which prompted it to stop servicing deposits via prepaid voucher with this partner on 2nd April.

While the two new announcements brought news of more account freezes, they were perhaps most notable as they illustrated that major China-based exchanges are already looking to put in place contingency plans to maintain operations should the

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Cyprus Issues Arrest Warrant for Neo & Bee CEO Danny Brewster

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Danny Brewster, founder and CEO of Cyprus-based bitcoin depositary institution Neo and payment service Bee (known collectively as Neo Bee), is now wanted by domestic law enforcement officials.

The Cyprus Mail reported that an arrest warrent has been issued for Brewster, who earlier this month was reportedly accused of defrauding customers.

The embattled CEO has been named as a “person of interest” in an investigation of the troubled Cyprus-based bitcoin savings and payment network, and three formal fraud charges have been filed against Brewster, law enforcement sources told the media outlet.

Police may also issue a European warrant for Brewster’s arrest.

Trouble grows for Neo Bee

Neo Bee is at the

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Robotic Charlie Shrem Appearance Unlikely at Toronto Bitcoin Expo

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Bitcoin Expo 2014, the Toronto-based bitcoin exhibition organised by the Bitcoin Alliance of Canada, started today (11th April) and will run through the weekend.

However, one of the most promising parts of the show – a disembodied Charlie Shrem that was rumored to be appearing via a sophisticated robotic device – seemed unlikely to materialise at press time.

While seemingly far-fetched, the unconventional conference appearance would have followed Shrem’s Skype-based appearance at the Texas Bitcoin Conference in Austin earlier this year.

The event, taking place over three days, brings together bitcoin speakers from across the globe. One of the prevailing themes will be the development of next-generation digital

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Survey Results: One-Fourth of Bitcoin Merchants Enjoy 10% Sales Boost

This is Part Two of a three-part series aimed at learning more about the merchants who accept bitcoin and support the wider digital currency ecosystem.

The results are based on a survey issued 17th March that received more than 200 responses. Part One of this series sought to better define the merchants who are taking part in the bitcoin ecosystem.

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In the first installment of our merchant survey, we uncovered that the majority – 59% – of merchants are accepting bitcoin to better support the bitcoin ecosystem. However, the bigger takeaway from this statistic is that the main driver of bitcoin adoption is not its cost-cutting benefits when compared to traditional financial

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Fear of Russian Ban Caused Bitcoin Moscow Conference Cancellation

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The Bitcoin Moscow Conference, originally planned for 23rd March, was postponed indefinitely last month.

Though recent reports suggest Russia is still evaluating how to regulate bitcoin, fears that the country has enacted a bitcoin ban caused the event’s ultimate delay.

Nikita Andriyanov, one of the conference organisers, told CoinDesk:

“[A] huge part of sponsors, partners and speakers refused to participate, referring to [the] situation in Russia with bitcoin and even with Crimea.”

But, organisers remain positive about the future, and are waiting for the situation to turn around.

In February, the Russian central bank advised against using digital currencies, a stance that was soon expanded on by the Prosecutor General’s Office in a statement

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Money Spinners: Bitcoin ATMs Make Capitol Hill Debut

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It’s a special edition of the bitcoin ATM roundup this week as Robocoin went to Washington DC, a couple of new players entered the European market via Finland and Slovenia and Quebec City received two bitcoin ‘guichets automatique.’

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Surrounded by reporters and camera crews from some of the world’s largest news gathering organizations, more than 50 members of the US Congress lined up in Rayburn House on Capitol Hill in Washington DC to test a Robocoin ATM.

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Presented by Robocoin’s management team at the invitation of Representative Jared Polis (D-CO), the Robocoin machine received an enthusiastic response

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Barry Silbert Reveals Bitcoin Investment Trust Holds 100,000 Bitcoins

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The Bitcoin Investment Trust (BIT) now holds more than 100,000 BTC, according to Barry Silbert, CEO of SecondMarket and founder of the trust.

Silbert has big plans for the Bitcoin Investment Trust, which is expected to open for public investors sometime in the fourth quarter of 2014. For the time being, the trust is a private investment vehicle but once it opens to the general public, the fund is expected to attract a new breed of bitcoin investors.

Silbert believes the 100,000 mark is a big milestone for BIT, and it’s hard to argue otherwise. After all, this grand total amounts to almost $40m at press time.

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Video: Roundup of This Week’s Bitcoin News 11th April 2014

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In this week of closures, crashes and heartbleed, here are three of the biggest stories we covered on CoinDesk.

Bitcoin price falls below $400: The price of bitcoin hit a low of $344 this week following deposit freezes at Chinese bitcoin exchanges. The initial drop happened after an announcement from Chinese exchange BTCTrade.com, which was then corroborated by similar statements from Huobi and BTC100.org. This is the lowest the price has fallen since November 2013.

National Australia Bank turns back on bitcoin: NAB has decided to disassociate itself from bitcoin and will be closing the accounts of its bitcoin costumers starting next month. NAB was previously Australia’s most bitcoin-friendly bank and its representatives were actively seeking

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Chicago Sun-Times Gets 11% of New Subscriptions in Bitcoin

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The Chicago Sun-Times became the first major newspaper to accept bitcoin in early April and it appears this news has already translated into sales for the US publication.

The paper told newsBTC that around 11.3% of new orders over the past week were paid for in bitcoin.

The Chicago Sun-Times claims it usually receives a few dozen subscription orders per week. This week the paper got 55 orders; 23 were placed online using a credit card, 32 came from the paper’s call centre, while seven were paid for in bitcoin.

Surprised by demand

Keep in mind that these are figures for the first week of bitcoin sales. While 11% isn’t much, it’s not

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China’s Central Bank Governor: PBOC Won’t Ban Bitcoin

The price of bitcoin recovered from a low of roughly $380 and rose past $420 at press time on 11th April, on the news that Zhou Xiaochuan, the governor of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), had issued new statements potentially clarifying the central bank’s position on bitcoin.

According to reports, during Boao Forum, Xiaochuan offered his opinion on the nascent technology, saying that China would not seek to ban bitcoin and other digital currencies entirely.

Said Xiaochuan:

“It is out of the question of banning bitcoin as it is not started by central bank.”

Xiaochuan continued his statements, offering a potential new potential classification for bitcoin, and suggesting that the PBOC may be actively considering how to

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Ripple Labs’ Grand Plan to Build a Global Payment Protocol

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It’s no coincidence that Ripple Labs was formed in 2012 to be a part of a payments revolution.

In 2013, the price of bitcoin hit a high that many had not thought possible, creating a sentiment that new and distributed technologies could change the global financial order on a fundamental level.

This enthusiasm is the driving force behind Ripple, and one of the reasons that it has already raised $6.5m in angel and seed funding from the likes of Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners.

The company says it has raised capital in its early stages because it aims to build the best global payment protocol, and

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We Deliver Local Brings Bitcoin to the High Street

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More than 40 independent and local shops in the UK are now accepting bitcoin. Some of them don’t even know about it.

As of April 1st, We Deliver Local, a UK-based e-commerce solution for local shops added bitcoin as an official payment method.

We Deliver Local allows registered customers to buy products online from their nearby greengrocers, butchers, fishmongers and delicatessens. The company also provides a delivery service for a flat fee of £2 where drivers pick up all the orders from shops and bring to the customers’ address.

Below is a short video produced by We Deliver Local on how their system works:

 

Supporting two communities at once

If a customer

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Study: Bitcoin Wallet Attacks Rose Sharply in 2013

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There were nearly 6 million detections of malware capable of stealing data from bitcoin wallets in 2013, according to a new report released by cybersecurity firm Kapersky Labs.

Entitled “Financial Cyberthreats in 2013″, Kapersky’s report looked more broadly at a range of cyberattacks – from phishing to mobile malware, but put a special emphasis on examining how digital currency wallet users are being targeted by criminals online.

Perhaps most notably, Kapersky found that 1 million wallet owners fell victim to a malware attack in 2013, up from less than 600,000 in 2012. Attacks on digital currency wallets constituted roughly 20% of all attacks that involved financial malware last year.

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Deposit Freeze at Chinese Exchanges Drives Bitcoin Price Below $400

The price of bitcoin on the CoinDesk USD Bitcoin Price Index (BPI) fell below $400 for the first time since November 2013 on 10th April, as major China-based bitcoin exchanges began reporting that they had received notice that their bank accounts would be shut down by banking partners.

The initial drop occurred following an announcement from Chinese exchange BTCTrade.com, which was then corroborated by similar statements from Huobi and BTC100.org.

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The price of bitcoin has fallen rapidly in recent weeks, after rumors surfaced on 27th March that suggested the PBOC, China’s central bank, would be looking to more tightly enforce restrictions it passed in December meant to

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Startup Accelerator Boost VC Hosting Silicon Valley Bitcoin Hackathon

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Boost VC, the first startup accelerator to accept bitcoin companies in Silicon Valley, will host a bitcoin hackathon to run from 25-27th April.

The event will be held at the Boost offices in San Mateo with enough space for 100 participants.

Ross McKelvie, the lead engineer for Boost, told CoinDesk that the organisation is looking for next-generation bitcoin companies to form out of the weekend session.

Said McKelvie:

“We’re looking to find the next bitcoin ideas that take it to the next stage.”

Boost has committed to funding 100 bitcoin startups within the next three years. Hosting a bitcoin hackathon is a way for the organisation

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Investor Group Offers to Buy Mt. Gox for One Bitcoin

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A group of investors has offered to buy bankrupt Japan-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, as part of a bid that will require the approval of its Japanese bankruptcy court.

The investors are offering to pay 1 BTC for the troubled exchange, an amount which, at press time was worth $383, according to the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index (USD BPI).

The Wall Street Journal reported that the investor group would assume all of Mt. Gox’s liabilities and obligations.

In documents submitted to the Japanese bankruptcy court, the group reportedly outlined plans to resuscitate Mt. Gox, which included proposals for customers who hold outstanding claims against the exchange.

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Study: Nearly 6 Million Bitcoin Wallets Attacked in 2013

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Nearly 6 million malware attacks were launched against bitcoin wallet users in 2013, according to a new report released by cybersecurity firm Kapersky Labs.

Entitled “Financial Cyberthreats in 2013″, Kapersky’s report looked more broadly at a range of cyberattacks – from phishing to mobile malware, but put a special emphasis on examining how digital currency wallet users are being targeted by criminals online.

Perhaps most notably, Kapersky found that 1 million wallet owners fell victim to a malware attack in 2013, up from less than 600,000 in 2012. Attacks on digital currency wallets constituted roughly 20% of all attacks that involved financial malware last year.

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“Among all finance-related malware, tools

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Bitcoin Core Developers Weigh in on Side Chain Proposal

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These days, everyone wants to add new features to the bitcoin block chain, but now one team thinks that it’s found a way to do it responsibly – by creating “side chains” that can interact with bitcoin.

The process, known as ‘two-way pegging’, has some hefty backing. It is supported by Adam Back, the developer of the HashCash, the algorithm bitcoin uses to generate and verify currency.

On the business side, it has Austin Hill, a Canadian entrepreneur and angel investor who in 1997 founded Zero-Knowledge Systems, an anonymous networking and privacy technology company. Hill, who raised more than $80m for the endeavor, likes to say it was Read more ...

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Mysterious Robin Hood Figure Donating Much Dogecoin with Art

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The digital currency dogecoin has become popular for its use in tipping on reddit and its community’s willingness to contribute to worthy causes.

Now, however, an anonymous character known only as ‘Hood’ is highlighting the altruistic side of the dogecoin community even further by giving away thousands of dollars-worth of the altcoin to address social injustice.

In one tweet, he (if indeed Hood is a he) said:

Hood, whose Twitter slogan is “I dabble in street art and cryptocurrency. Question everything”, has been

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Legg Mason’s Bill Miller: Buffett is Wrong About Bitcoin

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In an interview on CNBC’s popular morning program ‘Squawk Box’, Legg Mason’s Bill Miller dismissed Warren Buffett’s statements on bitcoin as flawed.

The former Legg Mason CFA, chairman and CIO, and current portfolio manager for the Legg Mason Capital Management Trust reiterated his support for bitcoin, directly addressing the legendary investor’s opinions on the subject in the process.

Buffett has been outspoken in his views about bitcoin as an investment, calling its value a ‘mirage’ and urging investors to ‘stay away’ from the digital currency, though his statements have suggested he sees value in bitcoin’s underlying technology.

In contrast, Miller has been open about owning bitcoin and what he sees as

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Survey Results: 59% of Merchants Accept Bitcoin to Boost Ecosystem

This is Part One of a three-part series aimed at learning more about the merchants who accept bitcoin and support the wider digital currency ecosystem.

The results are based on a survey issued on 17th March that received more than 200 responses.

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From Californian wineries to bars in Beijing, 2013 was widely considered a banner year for bitcoin, as business owners around the world began to take advantage of the technology to cut costs and woo new and influential consumers.

Unsurprisingly, expectations were high for 2014, and so far, it’s delivered with major brands such as Lord Taylor, Overstock and TigerDirect following the lead of early adopters to accept bitcoin for

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Lawyers Want Bitcoin Money Laundering Charges Dropped on Technicality

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Lawyers representing two Florida men charged with bitcoin-related money laundering want to have the charges dropped on a curious technicality.

Adber Espinoza and Pascal Reid were arrested in February following an undercover sting operation. Police made the arrests after undercover officers took to LocalBitcoins.com posing as credit card fraudsters.

Officers were looking for someone to launder their cash and buy bitcoins to fund illegal activities, namely to buy stolen credit card data. Having allegedly agreed, Reid and Espinoza both stand accused of laundering money and running an unregistered money service.

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The Internal Revenue Service recently issued new guidance which classified bitcoin as ‘property’ rather than currency. However, even before the IRS

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Industry Group Aims to Change Bitcoin Symbol to ‘Ƀ’

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An effort to better represent bitcoin as a symbol has been launched.

The Unicode Ƀ symbol has been chosen by a website of industry members as a way to better legitimize bitcoin as a symbol both in print and online media.

It is already an existing Unicode character under the non-profit corporation Unicode Consortium, which describes it as a “latin capital B with stroke” that has the hex Alt +0243.

A number of bitcoin companies already use Ƀ as the symbol to denote bitcoin. They include ZeroBlock, Lamassu and Tip4Commit.

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Bitcoin has long been denoted as B⃦, however it is not recognized as a Unicode symbol by

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Canadian Senate Meets Bitcoin Community in Fact-Finding Session

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What is Canada’s place in regulating bitcoin? This is the theme running through the Canadian Senate’s Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce’s study on the use of digital currency.

The Bitcoin Strategy Group, BitAccess and CAVirtEx sat before the senators on 9th April to demonstrate how bitcoin is purchased and stored. Their representation marks the first presence of bitcoiners in the Senate sphere.

The Canadian Senate has already heard from the Bank of Canada, the Department of Finance, economic historians and other academics. On Thursday, April 10th, the committee will hear directly from the Royal Bank of Canada, the Canadian Bankers’ Association and

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How Dogetipbot Turned a Spoof Altcoin into a Tipping Phenomenon

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Bitcoin might not be considered a currency in some circles and, right now, government agencies are starting to look at it as more of a speculative asset.

Although BTC is highly divisible, it has yet to take off as a method of microtransactional payments – a fact not helped by bitcoin’s potential to skyrocket in price due to hoarding by speculators.

Dogecoin, however, has emerged as a favorite microtransaction method on reddit. In fact, most people get their first dogecoin via tipping on the community-oriented site. And that’s all because of Dogetipbot.

How it works

Dogetipbot interfaces with the Reddit API to facilitate transactions on the site. When someone makes a comment, a reply can be made

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Bitcoin Price Drops 10% as Chinese Exchanges Stop Bank Deposits

Bitcoin prices crashed today as Chinese businesses began receiving official deposit shutdown notices from banks, confirming recent suspicions of an impending crackdown. Exchanges will stop account recharging via bank accounts between now and 15th April.

Even though the news has been anticipated for over a week now, bitcoin prices sank under $403 from a high of $450.74 on the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index after companies began making public announcements on their sites.

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Exchange BTCTrade.com made an announcement just before lunchtime in China, followed shortly after by BTC100.org and Huobi. Interestingly, it appears Chinese banks started with smaller exchanges before working up to those with larger trading volumes.

The announcements have

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KnCMiner Offers New Incentives for Neptune Mining Rig Delays

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Sweden-based digital currency mining hardware developer KnCMiner has announced that customers waiting for their Neptune mining product to ship can opt to receive a modified Jupiter rig instead.

The Neptune sports 3 TH/s of hashing speed and carries a price tag of $9,995. The 20-nm miner is based on the Jupiter design, but consumes 30% less electricity at an estimated rate of 0.7 watts per GH/s.

The announcement, published on the company’s website, offers KnCMiner customers an alternative to waiting for the production of the Neptune line of mining hardware.

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The modified Jupiters, according to KnCMiner, are capable of achieving the same 3 TH/s estimated for

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BitAccess, CaVirtex to Speak Before Canadian Senate Committee Today

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Canada’s Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce is set to meet today (9th April) as part of a hearing that will aim to study the use of digital currency and feature notable members of the local community.

In attendance will be Haseeb Awan, co-founder of bitcoin ATM provider BitAccess; Joseph David, CEO of Calgary-based digital currency exchange CaVirtex; and Kyle Kemper and Victoria van Eyk, partners at Bitcoin Strategy Group, an organisation dedicated toward helping Canada’s bitcoin businesses develop their public image.

The in-person meeting is meant to educate the Senate committee on the benefits of bitcoin, as well as the different businesses that are

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