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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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Bitcoin May End Up Reaching $8,000, Says Goldman Sachs

Wall Street bank Goldman Sachs claims that bitcoin has finished its upward trajectory and that it still has plenty to achieve. In a note sent out to clients, Sheba Jafari, Goldman Sachs technical head, wrote that the digital currency could run to $8,000, reports Business Insider. It exceeded an equality target from the July low at […]

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Bitcoin and Weak Frequency Signals: Bypassing Network Censorship With Radio

Technology This past weekend at the Scaling Bitcoin 2017 conference at Stanford University, two individuals discussed a new method of providing the Bitcoin network with more censorship resistance by utilizing weak signal radio communications. Stanford University’s Elaine Ou, and the computer scientist, Nick Szabo, introduced a project they are testing which secures consensus proofs with […]

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The Petrodollar’s Biggest Challengers | Zero Hedge

Authored by Michael Kern via CryptoInsider, Established in the early 1970s, the petrodollar has secured the United States’ influence over the oil trade for over 40 years, but recently, it is clear that this monopoly is slowly beginning to fall apart – in some part due to the influence of Bitcoin and other emerging cryptocurrencies. […]

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