Published on April 24, 2014 by Adam B. Levine
Many have been looking forward to the launch of MAIDSAFE, a project in the works for the last 8 years, and a disputed computer network.
Adam B. Levine discusses the launch and the events leading up to it.
Published on April 23, 2014 by Visiting Author
One of the main values of Bitcoin is in the value of the decentralized blockchain protocol. There are many applications that are coming online with Bitcoin.
Kaan Dilek discusses some of these applications used on the Bitcoin blockchain.
Published on April 21, 2014 by Visiting Author
New companies are springing up all the time, and some money transfer and wallet systems are part of it. CoinBeam is one such new company, offering the service of money transference for low fees.
Peter Marko talks about the features of CoinBeam.
Published on April 17, 2014 by Stephanie Murphy
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One of the main ways that Bitcoin has been used is to give to charity and crowdsource projects. Project Gooseberry only has a few days left in its crowdfunding campaign, and maybe you can help. Check out the details about the film making project and what you can do if you’re interested.
Published on April 15, 2014 by Visiting Author
Bitcoin is a worldwide currency that stretches from the Americas to Asia and everywhere north and south. Trading Bitcoin easily between all peoples and places of the world requires a trading platform that makes it so.
Joseph Lee discusses trading on BTC.sx.
Published on April 14, 2014 by Visiting Author
There’s lots of interesting discussions going on right now about the sidechain capability of Bitcoin and what the possible implementations could be. LTBcoin is coming down the pipeline, with Counterparty being the intended application to be used with it.
rotalumis discusses LTBcoin and Counterparty.
Published on April 11, 2014 by Visiting Author
For many in the Bitcoin space, talk about regulation and working with governments is a highly controversial topic. There’s a division between the more libertarian types that see the currency and protocol as a pathway to freedom, while there are others who see it as a new innovation in payment systems that should be regulated.
Ella Mason talks about some misconceptions of Bitcoin and these issues.
Published on April 10, 2014 by Visiting Author
There’s a lot of media coverage of Bitcoin these days, but how does one sift through it all? Do you have a main source of information, or a few?
Nick Myers shares some of his favorite sources, as well as a glimpse of a possible future of payment and media.
Published on April 9, 2014 by Visiting Author
What kinds of implications are there from hard forks, airdrops, and pumping? Hard forks could have a myriad of consequences, as does these other two.
Nick Myers talks about some examples we’ve seen of these using altcoins.
Published on April 8, 2014 by Paul Boyer
Published on April 7, 2014 by Visiting Author
In what ways do Bitcoin and Wall Street differ? Bitcoin is open and transparent, while Wall Street works in the shadows.
Joseph Lee, co-founder of BTC.sx, discusses transparency and legitimacy of Bitcoin thru its community and very nature.