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India’s demonetisation has turned into a masochistic exercise where there is no end to pain and suffering in sight.
Demonetisation, shaky currencies, uncertain political future - whatever maybe the geopolitical risk, bitcoin offers refuge.
This op-ed article looks to expand on the good, the bad, and the ugly of the recent 2016 U.S. Presidential election, and how changes to the working system need to be made.
Thank an educated electorate for a brighter future for Bitcoin.
This article seeks to explain just how far above the law the Secretary of State went, and what comes next if she is allowed even more rope to strangle what freedom is left in "The Land of the Free."
Are all bitcoin supporters de-facto Trump supporters or is there more than what meets the eye?
Semantic Blockchain as an impetus to increased voter engagement for US elections.
Iceland’s Pirate Party may win the national elections on Saturday which can lead to a strong pro-cryptocurrency presence in parliament.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign sought Apple and Google’s opinion on its position on encryption.
Blythe Masters has been ranked #46 in Bloomberg's List of Most Influential People in finance. She is the only representative of the FinTech industry in this list.
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.
Tiffany Hayden, founder and CEO of Enable Payments and candidate for US Congress, on the potential downsides of going completely unbanked.
Bernie Sanders led a campaign run off of small donations, amassing $200 mln. Had he invested that money in Bitcoin, the world would have been much better off.
While Russia is testing an e-proxy voting system based on a distributed ledger, Australia is launching a Blockchain voting app in hopes of starting a global political movement.
Newly nominated for the Libertarian party, Gary Johnson is the only remaining major candidate for US president to accept Bitcoin campaign donations.
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