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We spoke with Ploshay about the work she is doing on many fronts.
Need to catch up on what’s been going on in cryptocurrencies? From clumsy authoritarianism to Bitcoin user research, here are the top five stories that made news this week.
American journalist and podcaster David Seaman posted a scathing critique of the IRS’s newly announced stance on Bitcoin earlier this week. The IRS has said it will be taxing Bitcoins, and any other digital currencies, as property.
Slater has been working all around the world these past few years, trying to develop software for mutual credit economies and eventually uniting all such economies.
Chinese news outlets reported that the government would penalize any banks dealing in Bitcoin after April 15, and the news spread like wildfire.
We have already reported on the American government’s exploration of cryptocurrencies — and the supposed threats they pose — back in the mid-90s.
Swiss winery Cave In Bec has been holding its art & wine event, myFINBEC, for a few years now, and Bitcoin users are able to get in on this cool project.
We’ve reported before on Sean’s Outpost, the homeless center in the Florida Panhandle financed through cryptocurrencies, and we here at CoinTelegraph are big fans of the work they’re doing.
It is easy to make the mental jump between Bitcoin and gold. Both have served as attractive ways to squirrel away wealth and to hedge against the volatility of fiat currencies.
Bitcoin miners CloudHashing.com have announced that they plan to launch a mining operation that should be worth about $20 million, according to the company’s calculations.
A lawyer for Mt. Gox speaking at the Tokyo District Court on Friday said the exchange had outstanding debts of $63.6 million and that the company had filed for bankruptcy protection.
A professional soccer club from the south of Poland has become the first to accept Bitcoin.
The Mt. Gox exchange is offline, and no statements from the company have been released. In fact, the official Twitter account has had its tweets deleted.
Spanish company Bbank has announced plans to introduce 100 Bitcoin vending machines throughout the country over the next three months.
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