Edward Snowden News
Edward Snowden is a former Central Intelligence Agency agent and computer scientist, who leaked classified information of the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013. The leaked documents were published by The Guardian, The New York Times and other influential media and revealed numerous global surveillance programs conducted by Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance with the assistance of the NSA and various telecommunication companies. Ed Snowden’s revelations became an international issue that strained relations between the world’s governments. Today, Snowden is living in Moscow, Russia under temporary asylum. The exact place where Snowden is living has not been revealed for his safety. Edward Snowden is a Bitcoin and cryptocurrency enthusiast but stated multiple times that cryptocurrencies are not as secure and private as mass media often tries to frame it.
The US President said during a press conference that he would consider allowing Edward Snowden to return from his 7-year ‘exile’ in Russia.
Donald Trump: ‘I’ll Start Looking at’ Pardoning Edward Snowden
Following Bitcoin’s flash crash, the world-famous whistleblower, Edward Snowden, is considering buying the dip.
Edward Snowden ‘Feels Like Buying Bitcoin’ Amid Price Crash
A new lawsuit over memoir sees the threat of Washington confiscating Snowden’s funds, a problem he suggests Bitcoin could fix.
Edward Snowden: US Gov’t Lawsuit to Block Book Is ‘Good for Bitcoin’
Edward Snowden also brushed off claims that bitcoin is mainly used by criminals, arguing: “There are a hell of a lot more criminals that use the dollar.”
Edward Snowden Used Bitcoin to Pay for Servers Used in NSA Leak
Parity’s Jutta Steiner talks to Cointelegraph about the transition to web 3.0 and what role user experience will play.
Parity’s Jutta Steiner: Web 3.0 Will Evolve as Interoperability and Usability Improve
Ajit Tripathi of ConsenSys tells Cointelegraph about the venture production studio’s goal to “unleash this entrepreneurial spirit” of the blockchain community.
ConsenSys’ Ajit Tripathi: ‘Rebellious Teenager’ Crypto Is Maturing
The MIT Technology Reviews explores three hypothetical ways that Bitcoin could be “destroyed” in a new article.
MIT Comes Up With Three Ways To Destroy Bitcoin