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Achain Showcased its Collaborative Platform at BTCMiami

Bitcoinist.net · January 22, 2018 · 7:30 pm Miami has apparently witnessed the “hottest” winter ever in its history, as thousands of Bitcoin enthusiasts had gathered at James L Knight Center for the North American Bitcoin Conference (NABC) on Jan 18 and 19. Known as BTCMiami, the conference was organized by the UAE-based Keynote, who […]

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Impossible to Close Exchanges Say South Korean Regulators

James Levenson · January 19, 2018 · 1:00 pm The effect this one Southeast Asian nation has upon crypto markets is quite astounding. South Korean exchanges dominate trade in the region, and constant government threats of clampdowns has caused waves of nausea among investors elsewhere on the planet. Contrary to multiple fearmongering reports on mainstream […]

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Petition to Bring SegWit to Coinbase Nears 5000 Signatures

Wilma Woo · January 8, 2018 · 3:00 pm Bitcoin community figures have championed a petition asking Coinbase to prioritize SegWit implementation which has gathered almost 5,000 signatures. ‘Your Customers Want This,’ Bitcoin Tells Coinbase Online trader Vortex among others urged users to sign the Change.org petition on social media, which requests that the US […]

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Surveys: 73% of Russians Will Increase Crypto Investments

Featured A recent survey shows that 49% of Russians want to receive cryptocurrency as gifts, with a large percentage specifying bitcoin. As cryptocurrencies grow in popularity, another survey reveals 73% of Russian investors expect to increase their cryptocurrency holdings next year. Also read: Russian Regulators Draft Law to Restrict Crypto Mining, Payments, and Token Sales 49% […]

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Bitcoin’s Vision Re-envisioned – The Merkle

The Plot &The Beginning Ever wondered who Satoshi Nakamoto was and why he/she/they quietly left the marvel of an invention called Bitcoin. Well, eBitcoin also had a developer pseudo-named satoshi21 who originally envisioned creating a tokenized version of Bitcoin on Ethereum before a sea of inspired e-Tokens and copycats swarmed the crypto space. Just after […]

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Institutional Sights Set on Bitcoin, Crypto Going Into 2018 – The Merkle

If the November and December crypto bull market and flurry of institutional attention have taught us anything, it’s that Bitcoin and its cohorts are red hot going into 2018. Mainstream exposure has ignited public interest in cryptocurrency, and financial institutions can’t wait to get their hands into the market. Meanwhile, governments are scurrying to accommodate crypto and its […]

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What Is a Prize-Linked Savings Account? – The Merkle

Recently, voters in Texas approved a constitutional amendment that will help citizens in a novel way: Prize-linked savings accounts. Let’s take a look at what these are, why they are good for consumers, and why you should demand them from your own state legislature. What is a Prize-Linked Savings account? Prize-linked savings accounts are bank accounts that […]

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The Satoshi Revolution – Chapter 2: Was Satoshi a Libertarian and Anarchist? (Part 4)

Featured The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations.Section 1: The Trusted Third Party ProblemChapter 2: Monetary Theoryby Wendy McElroy Was Satoshi a Libertarian and Anarchist? (Chapter 2, Part 4) I’ve been working on a new electronic cash system that’s fully peer-to-peer, with no trusted third party….We very, very much need such a system, but […]

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Goldman Sachs Predicts Bitcoin Will Consolidate at $8000 Before Rising Even Higher

Jeff Francis · November 8, 2017 · 2:15 pm Sheba Jafari, the vice-president of the Goldman Sachs FICC market strategies team, forecast that Bitcoin would consolidate at around $8,000 before rising to even greater heights. Bitcoin has been on a tear lately, reaching new highs this week, and it looks like the future of the […]

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