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    The Lightning Network in the Old West

    February 12th, 2016 by jratcliff63367
    ##The Lightning Network ELIDHDICACS* #### *(Explain Like I Don’t Have Degrees in Cryptography and Computer Science)* ![](http://i.imgur.com/Bqu1h3r.png) Read More
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    Tokens and Open Source Hardware Manufacturing, Distribution and Sales

    January 26th, 2016 by adam
    Open Source Hardware is a popular and growing movement. An organization (sometimes charity, usually a non-profit) develops hardware designs and specifications and publishes them to the open source without the desire or potentially the ability to produce the physical products exclusively themselves. The Raspberry Pi project is a perfect example of this with two official stocking manufacturers who share back some of their revenue in compensation for their official status. This money supports further development. By adding three types of tokens to the ecosystem, what is a game for only the biggest of players can become a vibrant environment of efficient, decentralized and distributed reselling. Now distribution can start to take place. Read More
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    What’s at stake in the Bitcoin block size debate

    January 11th, 2016 by john
    What Bitcoin Is and How It Works First described by Satoshi Nakamoto in a whitepaper released in late 2008, Bitcoin is a “P2P electronic cash system” that enables two people on the Internet to transact with each other without having to go through a traditional payment processor such as a bank or credit card network. Bitcoin was invented by combining several previously existing technologies - including digital signatures, peer-to-peer networking, and cryptographic pr... Read More
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    'How to Save (or Destroy) the Bitcoin Foundation,' by Charles Hoskinson

    January 1st, 2016 by charleshoskinson
    I've been thinking about the Bitcoin Foundation over the last few months. After I left as the first chairman of the education committee in late 2013, I dismissed the Foundation as a mostly inept attempt by some business interests in the community to gain an edge over their competitors. So why my sudden interest, after my self-imposed exile? Read More
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    'Recent Actions by Government Could Motivate Brazilians to Adopt Bitcoin,' by Rock Barcellos

    December 23rd, 2015 by rockbarcellos
    Recently, Brazil’s government ordered WhatsApp to shut down its services within the country. WhatsApp is widely adopted by Brazilians. In a country with a population of around 200 million, there are about 100 million users, and the ruling caused a massive reaction against the decision. People immediately sought ways to get around the block through the use of VPN services, in order to keep using the messaging service. Many migrated to other apps, such as Telegram. Will such events cause an eventual migration to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin? Read More
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    Categories: The Ether Review, General

    The Ether Review #6 - Devcon 1 Debrief

    November 27th, 2015 by Legendface66
    On today's show we have a panel of Devcon attendees. **Alex Amsel, Hudson Jameson** and **Jack du Rose.** We discuss the Ethereum community, the development state of the consensus process, storage solutions, Free My Vunk, Slock, Oraclize and much more. **[Note: This episode does not contain a magic word.]** Alex Amsel: [newretro.org](http://newretro.org) Hudson Jameson: [hudsonjameson](https://goo.gl/MvXLHR) Jack du Rose: [colony.io](http://colony.io) Production and Editing... Read More
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    'Real Big Data: How to Leverage Bitcoin Blockchains for Unlimited Storage,' by Shankar Narayanan

    November 22nd, 2015 by sgsshankar

    Bitcoin has evolved so much as a currency, considering its volatile nature. Amazon, Target, Namecheap, and Dell accept Bitcoins as payment. Bitcoin is evolving beyond its value as an e-currency and its ability for instant transfer. The technology and mathematical concepts around it make it an interesting application for common everyday problems such as storing big data.

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    EverdreamSoft Could Be the King of Crypto Gaming

    November 21st, 2015 by OurEverydayEarth
    As a crypto enthusiast and amateur investor, I spend a lot of time wondering what factors will drive adoption of various cryptocurrencies and assets. A recent news article caught my attention. Game developer, King, was recently purchased by Activision Blizzard, Inc. for a tidy sum of [US$5.9 billion](http://techcrunch.com/2015/11/02/activision-blizzard-acquires-candy-crush-maker-king-digital-entertainment-for-5-9-billion/#.rwvh5gm:m6vZ)! Could it be a matter of time for EverdreamSoft? Read More
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    Strange Democracy, by Andy Tudhope

    November 19th, 2015 by cryptowanderer
    I recently had a conversation with a friend who runs a leadership programme for high school kids. Suffering from generational dissonance, this friend asked me what my thoughts on leadership for the modern age were and what the most important things to teach leaders of the future might be. How could they instill, he asked, ideas like integrity, ethics, and a strong sense of community when the examples we youngsters have before us are almost to a man corrupt, inefficient, and out of touch with ... Read More
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    Charles Hoskinson: A Brief Introduction to Smart Contracts

    October 20th, 2015 by charleshoskinson
    Charles Hoskinson provides a succinct overview of smart contracts from the perspective of a Bitcoin transaction. He categorizes them into two broad groups: deterministic and non-deterministic, and then provides some canonical examples to further explain the concepts. He concludes with some additional resources for learning more about the topic and writing your own smart contracts using Solidity. ####Resources * http://nakamotoinstitute.org/formalizing-securing-relationships/ * https:/... Read More
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    Confessions of an /r/bitcoin moderator

    August 19th, 2015 by jratcliff63367
    ##It's Not What You Think I apologize for the title of this article because it is pure unadulterated click-bait. You started reading this because you thought you were going to to hear the **dirty details** of the inner sanctum of the bitcoin moderators; a **secret cabal** of initiates who conduct **ceremonies** and **rituals** under the cover of darkness to **control** the bitcoin community. Sadly, that is **not** the case. The vast bulk of our time and energy is devoted to removi... Read More
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    Erik Voorhees: My End Goal for Bitcoin Is the Complete Abandonment of Fiat Currency

    August 19th, 2015 by kyletorpey

    Shapeshift.io CEO Erik Voorhees participated in a fireside chat with Decentralized Applications Fund Managing Director David Johnston at the Texas Bitcoin Conference in late March. During this conversation, Voorhees revealed his overall goal for Bitcoin’s eventual level of success. Some say that Bitcoin only needs to keep existing on a daily basis for it to succeed over the long term, but Voorhees has larger ambitions for the digital money.

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    Categories: General, Guest Blog

    'Money Is Now an Image'

    August 18th, 2015 by TravisPatron
    *Travis Patron is a digital money researcher and author of the [2015 Bitcoin Investor's Report](https://diginomics.com/bitcoin/investors-report/). Here he explains why the blockchain represents a snapshot of the bitcoin digital economy at any given point in time.* Over the course of the last several months, one of the most consistent debates in the circles of bitcoin enthusiasts has been whether a blockchain can function successfully without the "inconvenience" of its underlying cryptocurrency. Read More
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    The Power of Nothing

    July 29th, 2015 by cryptowanderer
    This is a post about bitcoin and the zero, the omphalos, the womb that contains us all, that begins us all and welcomes us back when we have lived through whatever heaven or hell we make of this one life we are given. Read More
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    The Decentralization Itch

    July 25th, 2015 by fergish
    *Decentralization.* The buzzword of our times. Increasing numbers and types of people are possessed of an elusive, but very real, visceral “itch” tied to the concept of decentralization. It’s hard to tell if the itch is caused by the concept or if the concept is simply being deployed in an effort to scratch the itch. It can have the appearance of both. “Decentralization, good; centralization, bad.” We see more and more sectors of society plugging this idea into their thoughts and... Read More
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    Peer to Peer Since the Beginning [Updated With Video]

    July 20th, 2015 by rockbarcellos
    Hello there! My name is [Rock Barcellos](https://letstalkbitcoin.com/profile/user/rockbarcellos). (It's my name, for real.) I'm an illustrator from Brazil and I have been participating here at Let's Talk Bitcoin! for a while, offering my services as an illustrator off and on. This post came from an idea I had, and I wanted to give it a shot and share it with everyone. Basically, in this piece, I wanted to think about the role and importance of the peer-to-peer concept throughout history, putt... Read More
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    Less Liberty, More Freedom

    July 19th, 2015 by cryptowanderer
    This post grows out of the comments and responses to [Let’s Talk Bitcoin #231 on Diversity and Consensus](https://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/lets-talk-bitcoin-231-diversity-and-consensus). Check it out first, if only to hear two of the smoothest voices you’ll hear anywhere online. Read More
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    Leading Equity: Collective Intelligence in the Age of Collaboration

    July 3rd, 2015 by cryptowanderer
    Leadership in the Age of Distributed Collaborative Organisations (DCOs). Your idea needs to be tangible, credible, inclusive, and epic. Read More
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    New Bitcoin Documentary: 'Ulterior States'

    June 28th, 2015 by TomerKantor
    Producer Tomer "IamSatoshi" Kantor released his new Bitcoin documentary, *Ulterior States,* on June 27. He writes [on his website](http://www.iamsatoshi.com/): >Ulterior States, an IamSatoshi production, is an argumentative documentary project. The participatory development, production and post ‘guerilla-film-making-methods’, bounced between (non-academic) literature research, video interviews and studio sessions. This investigative process allowed having real-life conversations with with some thought leaders within the Bitcoin ecosystem. Read More
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    Categories: General, Guest Blog

    Brooklyn Graffiti Artist 'Gadse' and the Spread of Bitcoin

    June 25th, 2015 by kristovatlas
    *This article originally appeared on the blog of [Kristov Atlas](http://www.kristovatlas.com/brooklyn-graffiti-artist-gadse-and-bitcoin/).* If you’ve spent any time in Brooklyn, you’re probably familiar with the works of Gadse. A typical intersection in the Bushwick neighborhood displays his anti-totalitarian art. Read More

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