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Man Who Bought Pizza With 10,000 Bitcoin Buys it With Lightning

Bitcoin Pizza Day is an unofficial holiday among cryptocurrency enthusiasts. It marks the birthday of the moment on which Laszlo Hanyecz paid 10,000 BTC for two large pizzas. It seems Hanyecz is still keeping a close eye on Bitcoin as of right now. He recently used the Lightning Network to buy two pizzas with Bitcoin at more normal prices. Laszlo Hanyecz is a Cult FigureIt is safe to say Bitcoin w

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GDAX Announce Full SegWit Support, Network Fees Continue to Fall

GDAX, the trading arm of cryptocurrency brokerage Coinbase, announced today that they will implement full SegWit support for Bitcoin transactions in the coming days. The protocol upgrade aims to make transactions quicker and cheaper for users of BTC.GDAX Joins Coinbase and BitfinexGDAX are the latest of the cryptocurrency industry’s major players to offer support for SegWit. They follow their pa

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New Project to Tackle Crypto Energy Crisis by Generating Electricity Through Waste

As the cryptocurrency market expands, so too does the volume of energy required to maintain it. If the Bitcoin market alone continues to progress at its current rate, it will soon consume more energy annually than countries such as Peru. One potential solution to this issue is renewable energy; and that is where 4NEW hopes to come into play.Describing themselves as ‘world's first eco-f

Islamic Republic of Iran to “Control and Prevent” Growth of Cryptocurrencies

Regulation جمهوری اسلامی ایران‎ The Islamic Republic of Iran has apparently changed course on cryptocurrency, or perhaps it has clarified its real position previously mischaracterized by the press. It’s increasingly difficult to get a real handle on the official status of crypto in the Persian homeland.  Also read: How

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Iran: Central Bank Doesn’t Recognize Cryptocurrencies but Plans to Create Its Own

Late last year, it was reported that the Iranian government was interested in utilizing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as a way of bypassing economic sanctions levied against the country. But the government has apparently changed its mind: Today, the Central Bank of Iran announced that it has never recognized Bitcoin as an official currency and conducts no transactions in it or other cryp

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The Electrum Personal Server Will Give Users the Full Node Security They Need

The Electrum Personal Server promises a resource-efficient, secure and private way to use bitcoin with hardware and software wallets, connected to full nodes. Developed by open-source programmer Christian Belcher, best known for his contributions to JoinMarket, the Electrum Personal Server directly addresses vulnerabilities with the popular Electrum Bitcoin wallet, while sparing users the signific

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Webinar addresses bitcoin, blockchain confusion

Professionals in technology-intensive industry such as digital signage, self-service, banking and mobile payments will have heard about bitcoin and blockchain by now. But they might not understand the distinction between the two. Blockchain seems to be related to bitcoin — a sometimes sketchy payment method — but also to tightly regulated traditional banking. Given the conf

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Cryptocurrencies Aiming to Revolutionize a Gambling Industry

2017 was a memorable year for the crypto world. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have seen a significant growth and wider adoption while numerous projects raised millions of dollars in capital via Initial Coin Offerings (ICO). Some call it the future of money, others say it’s a bubble. Whichever it turns out to be in the end, the recent upsurge in Bitcoin’s price and the whole crypto market

Roles of Regulators Decided in India, Rules on Bitcoin Coming Soon

Economy & Regulation India will soon have its own rules on bitcoin. The responsibilities of various regulators have been determined, a high-ranking official revealed. Relevant institutions are currently finalizing a comprehensive government policy on cryptocurrencies. Representatives of the Indian crypto community, meanwhile, have quashed fears o

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NY Fed Economists: ‘Advanced Economies’ May Not Need Crypto

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York published an interview on their site Friday, Feb. 9, in which two of its economists explain cryptocurrency, highlighting crypto’s “trustless” nature, but expressing doubt that cryptocurrency could ever “realistically compete with current payment methods.”Michael Lee and Antoine Martin, both economists in the New York Fed’s Research and Statistics Gr

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