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Bloomberg has released the latest edition in its Bloomberg Briefs series, in the form of a special report dealing solely with Bitcoin and its future.
Swedish bank SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB) placed a sponsored, full-page ad this week in Sweden’s largest online newspaper, Swedish Dagbladet.
BitPervy, an adult entertainment site, which enables users to share porn for digital currency had its soft launch for users to test out its bitcoin revenue sharing system.
The Young Turks, the world's largest online news show has begun accepting bitcoin for donations since last week
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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 offers don't appear to be exclusive.
American comedian and producer Louis Székely, professionally known as Louis C.K has started to accept bitcoin payments for his comedy show performed at Madison Square Garden.
We sat down with Rick Falkvinge, the founder of the first ever Pirate Party in Sweden, and discussed decentralization, Bitcoin, privacy, and the Middle East’s need for alternative media channels.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) recently surveyed its readers on what they thought of Bitcoin. The survey came after a WSJ MoneyBeat poll revealed that 83 % of respondents believed “there is a future for cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.”
In the buzzing world of altcoins, blockchains, and crypto-startups, if you aren't decentralized these days, you're probably still considered a bit of a dinosaur.
The state of Ecuador has ordered financial institutions in the South America country to adopt the Official Electronic Currency, Playboy has published an article about Bitcoin and more news
The influx of new digital technology is drastically changing how users seek entertainment – and how they pay for it, a trend which shows no sign of slowing.
Andreas Antonopoulos on the solidity of the Bitcoin system at the current time.
In a video published Wednesday on YouTube, Infowars host Alex Jones announced that his show’s store would accept Bitcoin payments both online and, um, over the phone.
Decentralized media publishing platforms are quickly gaining momentum as the world adapts and reacts to the new possibilities brought by modern technology and the Information Age
News agency Sputnik announced that as an experiment it would pay salaries to their employees in Bitcoins. This is interesting, because cryptocurrencies are still prohibited by Central Bank of the country.
Russia is being quick to implement the now-published small print of its anti-cryptocurrency mandate – but some of its policies are altogether more unappetizing.
Jeremy Gardner is the cofounder and Executive Director of the College Cryptocurrency Network - an international non-profit dedicated to blockchain education, innovation, and development that has taken root at MIT and has since then grew into a global network.
Sorry record labels, music does not need you anymore. ChangeTip arrived on Soundcloud this week.
David Seaman is an independent journalist who has been advocating for civil liberties and the rollback of the unconstitutional post-911, surveillance-state measures such as the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and Patriot Act. David hosts one of the most popular news podcasts on iTunes called the David Seaman ...
A Japanese TV show may change how cryptocurrency is viewed by people in Japan and around the world.
In a stunning display of censorship, a hidden camera revealed that YouTube threatened a French blogger not to ask tough questions of the European Commission President during an interview.
Philip DeFranco has accused YouTube of censorship after his videos have been demonetized, dictating the need for Blockchain-based decentralized content platforms.
Today, on the latest edition of “The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast,” Andreas Antonopoulos released the news on his latest Bitcoin venture.
StartUp, a new television drama is set to focus on digital currency in a way the mainstream has never seen before.
Baidu, China’s largest search engine and web services company, has recently halted all Bitcoin and cryptocurrency-related advertising on its network.
CoinTelegraph spoke to Aaron Koenig, founder and CEO at Bitfilm Production, about the show and its main goal to educate people about Bitcoin.
Mainstream media outlets criticize the supporters of Ethereum Classic, calling the project “another Bitcoin scam.”
Mike Vine from LBRY discusses how the centralized online content platform giants will be facing fierce competition from decentralized, creator-controlled media.
On US Independence Day, Blockchain startup LBRY released a beta app and a new accompanying cryptocurrency to help artists retain control over their work.
Large media organizations can unfairly use the existing copyright laws. Could blockchain provide a fair way of dealing with copyright infringement disputes?
Steemit, a new social media platform where everyone gets paid to post online, has been released in beta. In the age of multiple social media platforms, many of them entrenched players, how will new users react to Steemit?
The biggest digital currency named Bitcoin is quite famous these days, not only because of its magical way of sending money without the help of any third parties, but also for its involvement in cyber crimes.
Can Craig Steven Wright really claim he is, in any way, the genius who invented Bitcoin?
Disney placed a wanted ad for an intern to work on its private blockchain. Blockchain can find applications in a theme park environment as well.
From beautiful people to heads of states, the Panama Papers leaks have served as a great equaliser and have started bringing the high and mighty to their knees.
For too long it has been said that cryptocurrencies abet money laundering, corruption, terrorism, and what not due to virtual currencies’ transactions being anonymous.
New and edgy forms of independent media can be too risky for traditional funding methods. Not for Bitcoin.
The state-owned public television network of Venezuela has launched an anti-Bitcoin campaign.
A number of major news websites have been hit by a cryptolocker malvertising campaign.
In a pair of statements that went out simultaneously Tuesday, Time, Inc. and Coinbase announced a partnership that will allow the magazine publication company to accept bitcoin payments.
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The Simpsons has once again been found to predict the future.
Senior columnist Michael Casey is leaving his 18-year old seat at the Wall Street Journal to advise the MIT Media Lab's Digital Currency Initiative.
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