Ian DeMartino

Explaining the Bits
Skype: e-demantino
iandemartino@gmail.com

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Libertarian darling Rand Paul (R-KY) has become the first Presidential candidate to accept bitcoin donations, partially in an attempt to appeal to the tech comm...
Rand Paul Becomes First Major US Presidential Candidate to Accept Bitcoin Donations
Ian DeMartino
2015-04-08T09:28:00+01:00
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iNation and the International Bitcoin Real Estate Association (IBREA) are joining forces to allow real estate deeds to be copied to the blockchain in full for b...
iNation Joins Forces with the IBREA to Put Deeds on the Blockchain
Ian DeMartino
2015-03-30T17:19:13+01:00
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Could malware be injected into the blockchain and be used to steal user's private keys? Cyber security firm Kaspersky Labs seems to think so.
Warning! Kaspersky Alerts Users of Malware and 'Blockchain Abuse'
Ian DeMartino
2015-03-27T20:18:00+00:00
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Itson.me allows users to pay for literal drinks, coffee or food at local restaurants from anywhere in the world. Soon, it will be incorporating cryptocurrencies...
Local Restaurant 'Gifting' App Itson.me adding Bitcoin and Alts for Payment
Ian DeMartino
2015-03-24T23:01:00+00:00
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Christopher Ellis sits down with Cointelegraph for an in-depth interview on ProTip, the present and future of Independent media and more.
Interview With ProTip's Chris Ellis On Saving Media
Ian DeMartino
2015-03-19T14:20:50+00:00
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Storing a document on the blockchain is one of those crypto promises that people have been waiting for a while. The Blockchain Factory is set to actually bring ...
Storing Your Life on the Blockchain with iNation
Ian DeMartino
2015-03-15T16:49:00+00:00
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When Bitreserve's CEO Halsey Minor made a blog post comparing Bitcoin to Netscape, it made a lot of people upset. Why, many thought, would the CEO of a Bitcoin ...
Bitreserve Clarifies Comparison to Netscape: 'Bitcoin Could be Integral but Invisible'
Ian DeMartino
2015-03-12T17:14:11+00:00
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The world's most visited Bitcoin news site has decided to implement a deal section full of “exclusive” offers. The problem is, they don't accept Bitcoin and the...
More Like FiatDesk: CoinDesk Launches Deal Site Without Bitcoin Support
Ian DeMartino
2015-03-12T01:30:01+00:00
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