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Andreas Antonopoulos Receives a $1.5 Bitcoin Donation With $13.46 in Fees

One of the bigger stories last week how Andreas Antonopoulos received a lot of Bitcoin donations. After being publicly “shamed’ by Roger Ver, the community showed their goodwill. One thing that seemed to go by unnoticed is how the high Bitcoin fees play a big role in all of this as well. More specifically, one donation worth $1.5 carried a $13.46 transaction fee. Bitcoin becomes less and less


Archive.Org Receives More Donations in Bitcoin Cash Compared to BTC This Year

It is always remarkable to see how generous cryptocurrency enthusiasts can be. More specifically, there are always people willing to share their wealth with whoever needs it. In the case of Archive.org, they are getting a solid amount of money from the cryptocurrency community so far. Not only in Bitcoin, mind you, but they get even more money from BCH supporters. That in itself is pretty interest

Internet Archive Adds Bitcoin Cash and Zcash for Donations

News News.Bitcoin.com recently reported on the San Francisco–based digital library, the Internet Archive, ‘hodling’ its bitcoin donations and making some nice gains in the nonprofit’s yearly earnings reports. This week the Internet Archive has announced it will be accepting two more cryptocurrencies — bitcoin cash and zcash.  Also read

Antiwar.com Expands Cryptocurrency Acceptance for Enhanced Privacy

Crowdfunding This week the web portal Antiwar.com, a site dedicated to non-interventionism and the opposition of war, has announced the nonprofit is expanding its acceptance of digital currencies. Antiwar plans to accept three more decentralized cryptocurrencies in order to enhance donor privacy.Also read: Bitcoin.com Wallet Celebrates 500,


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 McElroyWas 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 suc


Blockchain-Focused Presentations to Watch at Money 20/20 in Las Vegas

Money 20/20 Las Vegas is only a few days away. The event, to be held on October 22–25, 2017, at the Venetian, will be packed with people from the top tiers of banking and finance looking to learn more about the future of money.One thing is for sure, blockchain technology will play a key role in that future. Since 2014, the financial event, which will attract more than 11,000 visitors this year,

Julian Assange Thanks U.S. Government for 50,000% Gains on Wikileaks’ Bitcoin Holdings

News The founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has posted a tweet thanking United States government officials and the financial institutions that refused services to Wikileaks for driving them to invest in bitcoin during 2010. Assange’s tweet indicates that Wikileaks’ bitcoin holdings have seen gains of over 50,000%.Also Read: Your Bitcoins

Internet Archive and Overstock to ‘Hodl’ More Bitcoin Revenue and Donations

News Many merchants and non-profit groups accept bitcoin these days, but some of them convert the digital currency into fiat reserves immediately after receiving bitcoin; oftentimes to avoid volatility. However, two well-known organizations, Overstock.com and the Internet Archive (Wayback Machine) recently revealed in their earnings report

Over $50K in Cryptocurrency Donations Will Help Texas Hurricane Victims

News Over the past couple of days, the state of Texas was hit by a ferocious hurricane, devastating the region with severe flooding and forcing 30,000 residents towards evacuation shelters. The impact of the storm destroyed a lot of Texan infrastructure and people all over the country are working together to help the region’s residents. N

Congressional Candidate Accepts Bitcoin Donations for 2018 Election Cycle

Crowdfunding A congressional candidate announced he will be accepting bitcoin donations for his campaign. The politician is Patrick Nelson. He will be running for New York’s 21st Congressional District. Nelson made comments that he will be accepting the donations via Bitpay. Also read: Reward-based Social Media Platform Yours Switches