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The Latest Satoshi has turned out to be another damp squib. The search continues?
The beginning of this week saw heated debates which have already been labelled a Wikipedia Edit war over the attempts to remove the terms ‘permissionless’ and ‘bitcoin’ from the blockchain entry on Wikipedia.
First Global Credit now offers trades of shares on the London Stock Exchange and plans to allow trading in standard commodity futures contracts.
Central Bank of Kenya has warned public against Bitcoin and other virtual currencies citing its non legal tender and no regulated status.
BitX Raises US$4M in Series A Funding; OpenBazaar plans to launch their platform by November of this year and other news
Singapore's central bank funds blockchain-based project; former Skype COO joins Blockchain.info board; 36 French startups team up to create Fintech association; Citigroup develops 3 blockchains and more news
Cointelegraph spoke to Jon Matonis on increasing the 21 million bitcoin cap, the importance of fungibility and privacy for Bitcoin’s success.
A cryptocurrency fund managed has raised over US$1 million; GoCoin and Ziftr announce merger agreement; rewards programs exempted from New York's BitLicense and more news
A global drug survey has shown an increase in online drug business; an Australian based startup has launched a finance social network and more news.
With the promise of the moon for its users without the need to purchase expensive mining equipment, the cloudmining industry has been experiencing its ups, and recently, its downs.
Jon Matonis and Roger Ver on the solutions Bitcoin offers to the gaming industry, Bitreserve’s Halsey Minor announces new customer, and ‘decentralized gaming’ with Credits.
Just two weeks after stepping down as executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation, Jon Matonis was in Riga, Latvia, for the eCom21 III International E-Commerce Forum to discuss Bitcoin payments with people in the payments and e-commerce space.
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The Bitcoin Foundation announced yesterday that Jon Matonis would be stepping down as Executive Director. The position would be filled by Patrick Murck who had formally worked as the Foundation’s General Counsel. The Foundation stated that a new General Counsel would soon be announced.
Jon Matonis is the Executive Director of the Bitcoin Foundation, a prominent cryptocurrency researcher and advocate, and columnist for Forbes and CoinDesk.
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