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Verizon Communications, the largest telecom company in the United States, is getting in on the Blockchain digital gold rush, filing a patent for a Blockchain system of managing passcodes .
CoinTelegraph reviews three of the most promising alternatives to Skype that guarantee end-to-end encryption and greater privacy for its users.
Skype, Microsoft's voice over IP software, has been shown to be insecure on various levels over the years. The Snowden leaks have revealed it to be more of a mass surveillance malware than a secure communications platform.
New service called Bitphone is attempting to reinvent and improve how we communicate by using bitcoin as low-cost infrastructure and payment method for encrypted calls
CoinTelegraph spoke with Ver about the new forum, his plans for Bitcoin.com, his dispute with OKcoin, and what he thinks of major banks hopping on the blockchain bandwagon.
I know many of you have no issue encrypting emails with PGP — no confusion copying and importing others' keys. No trouble remembering to back up your private keys when you switch to a new computer.
First there were social networks, then came Bitcoin. Then Bitcoin 2.0. Now, directly over the horizon, comes a new platform—a “social network 2.0” called Gems.
In 1997, an Australian teenager created one of the web's first viable p2p programs. What happened to it can teach us a lot about emergent technologies today and where we may be going in the future.
Michael Jackson is an engineer, entrepreneur and investor at Mangrove Capital Partners.
The U.S. House of Representatives has voted to end dragnet spying on American communications.
When sending payments, popular services PayPal and SWIFT allow users to attach private messages that add an explanation about the payment. Before now, bitcoin services haven't supported this feature. However, CoinSpark just launched a tool that works that accomplishes this for bitcoin transactions. They open sourced th...
Keybase, a cryptographic message and verification startup, has raised US$10.8 million in a Series A funding round
Watch as maybe-cutting-edge technology and retro-80s-machine collide.
Out of the buzz surrounding Bitcoin has come unique journalism and multimedia.
A court in Ekaterinburg, Russia has effectively lifted the ban to Bitcoin-related websites blocked in January by authorities.
The social messaging app Wiper added a built-in bitcoin wallet last month, enabling instant transactions among contacts, as well as basic wallet functionality.
The Bitcoin news website Bitcoinist LTD has signed a private long-term lease agreement for the “million-dollar domain” BTC.com.
The U.S. federal government is trying to steer people toward visiting sites that give step-by-step instructions on how to encrypt digital communications.
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