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American economist and Nobel Prize winner in Economic Sciences Milton Friedman has aptly predicted the rise of digital currencies like the Bitcoin in 1999.
Bitcoin.org is currently looking to pay developers and Bitcoin enthusiasts to help find bugs and improve the project.
World Economic Forum needs ample time to prepare to be able to lead the Blockchain revolution according to its Managing Director Richard Samans.
Only 27 out of 100 banks got ‘Honor Roll’ status during the online security test by OTA which means less than half of top 100 banks in the US scored the acceptable rating of 80% when it comes to security.
Silicon Valley may no longer hold the monopoly in tech. Blockchain companies and libertarian migrants find peace in the tax-free and freedom-loving state of New Hampshire.
Your guide to which adult content platforms are Bitcoin-friendly.
Bitcoin ethical hacking shed some light on FBI murder case of Mrs. Amy Allwine which resulted in arrest of the real suspect.
About 2673 cybercrime complaints were submitted according to IC3’s report. Losses connected to such cybercriminal activities reported to be in $1.3 bln.
Leading investment banking institution Goldman Sachs set up a microsite dedicated to explaining benefits of Blockchain technology.
Bitcoin may still be illegal in Colombia, but that doesn’t stop the authorities from taxing its investors.
Controversial Bitcoin scaling initiative, SegWit2 pushes through with the new code set and released on June 30, 2017.
Fidelity Charitable a $16-bln-donor-advised philanthropic fund, has recently announced that their Bitcoin donations are soaring high. The donations grew about $9 mln in the first half of the year as stated in the release of their 2017 Giving Report.
Tech billionaire Mark Cuban is planning to invest in an ICO. Such move came after he previously dissed Bitcoin.
Gregory Shannon, Chief Scientist of Carnegie Mellon University on how quantum computing poses security risks for Blockchain.
Due to a mysterious project appearing on the MIT website featuring Litecoin, some say that Litecoin founder Charlie Lee is Satoshi Nakamoto, to which Lee lightly responds, “I’m outed!”
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