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Wendy McElroy’s TSR: Privacy Prevents Violence and Crime

Featured The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations.Section 2 : The Moral Imperative of PrivacyChapter 6: Privacy is a Prerequisite of Human Rightsby Wendy McElroy(Crypto) Privacy Prevents Violence and Crime (Chapter 6, Segment 1)Unlike the communities traditionally associated with the word “anarchy”, in a crypto-anarchy the gove

Coinbase Develops Bitpay Competitor Supporting BTC, BCH, ETH and LTC

Services While its trading clients might have preferred Coinbase to focus on improving its core service, the exchange is busy now expanding into another market. Coinbase Commerce has launched to help online stores handle payments in four leading cryptocurrencies.Also Read: Independent Ratings Agency Alerts Investors About Dangers of TetherCoinbase Co

Senate Candidate Accepts Largest Contribution in BTC

News This week the Republican Senate candidate Austin Petersen announced he accepted the largest federal election campaign contribution settled in digital currency. Petersen, a former Libertarian, has received a total of 24 cryptocurrency donations this year, and the largest was for 0.284 BTC ($4,500 USD).Also Read: U.S. Lawmaker Wants Ethics Co

The City of Berkeley, California Considers Doing Cryptocurrency ICO

Featured The famed hub of American 1960s radicalism and counterculture, Berkeley, California is at it again. Dormant for a few years, the US presidency of Donald Trump has awoken defiant spirits, as the city challenges administration policy over everything from immigration to taxation. One tool of resistance under consideration is an initial coin off

New US $65 Million Bitcoin Mining Facility is Among Largest Data Centers in North America

Featured Virginia Beach, Virginia isn’t exactly known as a hotbed of bitcoin mining activity, but that appears to be changing, and soon. A local company has sunk 65 million USD into a giant facility, as the resort town attempts to become a hub for data centers. Also read: Have Lunch with Bitcoin Jesus in Paradise65 Million USD Mining Facility

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How Much of a Bubble is Bitcoin, Really?

Even those who’ve never invested in Bitcoin before are starting to keep a closer eye on its progress. That’s because the currency has recently soared in value, causing the people who own Bitcoins to get excited and wonder how much more the worth could climb.There are even instances where people with no former interest in cryptocurrency feel now is the time to start becoming involved in the Bit

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Goldman Sachs Admits Bitcoin is Real Money, Cites Use Cases in Developing World

White shoe investment bank Goldman Sachs has admitted that Bitcoin and other digital currencies could succeed as real money in developing economies. Goldman strategists wrote in a recent report:“In recent decades the U.S. dollar has served its purpose relatively well. [But] in those countries and corners of the financial system where the traditional services of money are inadequately supplied, B

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Avoiding Paralysis: Comparative Analysis of Community Governance in Digital Currencies

Since there are no central authorities when it comes to cryptocurrency projects, decision making sometimes becomes very challenging. Most of the time the direction of the network is left in the hands of a few people, such as the project’s core development team.Bitcoin is the classic example of a network that’s so decentralized as to make governance difficult. Even worse, numerous power-centers

Bitpay Plans to Use Bitcoin Cash for Payment Invoices and Debit Loads

News On December 15 the largest bitcoin payment processor in the world, Bitpay, announced it will now process payments for multiple blockchains. The first decentralized currency Bitpay has opted to utilize will be bitcoin cash. Also read: Venezuelans Turn to Bitcoin as Government Crackdown on Mining IntensifiesBitpay Will Now Process Bitcoin Cas

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Adoption of Bitcoin Picking Up Speed in Venezuela, Called “Lifesaving” Currency

Bitcoin is now becoming a constant part of many Venezuelans’ everyday life.Whether they’re buying food, plane tickets, or even paying employees, Bitcoin is now a common mode of payment for Venezuelans. Frankly, many people in the country rely on cryptocurrencies for survival.Survival of fittestVenezuela’s hyperinflation has rendered the national currency, the Bolivar, nearly worthless. Thous

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