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Swedish Pirate Party's Founder Rick Falkvinge is a political evangelist and IT entrepreneur. He explains to Cointelegraph why he’s not satisfied with the Bitcoin situation today and what to expect in 2017.
Iceland’s Pirate Party leading light Birgitta Jónsdóttir has declared “privacy is dead” after securing the power form a government in a world first.
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.
Following recent successes of the Finnish Pirate Party’s Bitcoin funding in the country’s 2015 election campaign, its Icelandic counterpart is now causing an even greater stir.
Falconwing Media is looking for 682 people to write three-sentence news summaries, embed them within images that are immune to blocking, and to distribute them using social media.
Following its 2015 election bid, the Pirate Party of Finland has revealed unprecedented Bitcoin support since its initial decision to accept the cryptocurrency for its campaign.
The proposed law to ban Bitcoin in Russia is expected to be passed in August of this year, as a crypto-legal expert recommends businesses “get out of Russian jurisdiction.”
Bitcoin continues its publicity bull run in Finland, with the Pirate Party of Finland announcing it is accepting Bitcoin donations in the run-up to the 2015 general election.
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