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Republican Senator from Kentucky and presidential hopeful Rand Paul has succeeded in thwarting the renewal of the Patriot Act’s mass surveillance measures outlined in Section 215.
Stock exchange operator NASDAQ is experimenting with blockchain, Rand Paul has named Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne as a member of his tech council, and more news.
Interpol develops its own altcoin for conducting crime research, Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul believes Bitcoin should not be feared or regulated, and more top stories for April 24.
The Spanish tax authorities have published a statement classifying bitcoin; Some of the UK's top bankers are to discuss bitcoin among a fintech discussion panel and more news
After Rand Paul became the first major presidential candidate to accept bitcoin, some users theorized that the move could be used by his opponents to attack him.
Libertarian darling Rand Paul (R-KY) has become the first Presidential candidate to accept bitcoin donations, partially in an attempt to appeal to the tech community.
Minacoin, a new cryptocurrency that will fully launched by June, is going into unchartered digital waters by backing the currency with gold.
Fortune magazine published an interview with Kentucky Senator Rand Paul yesterday that touched on the senator’s thoughts regarding Silicon Valley and Bitcoin.
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