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    Trickle-Down Bitcoin

    October 3rd, 2013 by michael
    How Bitcoin Could Develop the Developing World: We hear talk of Bitcoin in Africa and South America often, but how plausible is a technocratic concept like cryptocurrency in underdeveloped nations? Michael Magan suggests that not only is the demand there, so is the infrastructure. Read More
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    Proof of Work is Kryptonite for DDoSers

    October 2nd, 2013 by michael
    Bitcoin wasn't just a proof-of-work for the premise of cryptocurrency- it's a proof-of-work for Proof-of-Work networking. The turbulent summer experienced by Mt.Gox and its users is a red flag that DDoS attacks can destabilize a whole economy. Could PoW insulate our exchanges? Read More
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    Implications of a Bitcoin Economy

    September 30th, 2013 by robertberry
    What does a crypto-currency economy look like? How can we describe a Bitcoin future to the huge stretches of society that have yet to grasp it? Sometimes we need to step back from the individual components of the crypto revolution and look at the big picture. Only then, do the really big implications become clear. Read More
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    Society's Rock Bottom Puts Bitcoin on Top

    September 26th, 2013 by george
    MAKE BITCOINS WITHOUT LIFTING A FINGER! THIS ONE WEIRD BITCOIN TRICK IS THE KEY TO WEIGHT LOSS! SAVE YOUR BITCOINS NOW BY SENDING THEM OVERSEAS! 100% PROFIT! ...do idiots shouting their spam and scams really cause a problem for Bitcoin? George Ettinger suggests than the new rash of capital letters and exclamation points may have unforseen benefits. Read More
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    The Regulation of Bitcoin

    September 25th, 2013 by amir
    Today, Amir Taaki guest-blogs for Let's Talk Bitcoin and sheds some light on a troubling new direction Bitcoin is taking. As investors and foundations strive to find even ground with legislators and regulators, is the revolutionary nature of Bitcoin being sacrificed? At what point does pragmatism become defeat? Will regulation become collaboration? No matter the direction, the onus is on us, the community, to preserve the integrity of Bitcoin itself. Read More
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    Can BitMessage Replace Email?

    September 23rd, 2013 by taylor
    Our new age of PRISM has created a greater-than-ever demand for secure email. PGP and other methods have been circulating for years, but still-young BitMessage bases its system on Bitcoin's blockchain. Can decentralized messaging compete with convenient email? Read More
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    Bitcoin Professionals Double in Four Months

    September 21st, 2013 by bcohen
    LinkedIn is still the top social network for business professionals- and now, there is a growing community of Bitcoin professionals as well. Is this new surge a sign of mainstream adoption? Or are Bitcoin enthusiasts just being more vocal about it? Brian Cohen gives his thoughts. Read More
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    The Beginning or the End of Banking?

    September 19th, 2013 by washington
    The advent of blockchain-style cryptocurrency is radically changing how we transfer values and do business. Bitcoin is blazing a powerful trail- and modern banking institutions are directly in its path. Credit, lending, and storage are all turned on their head thanks to Bitcoin- will modern banks be able to keep up? Read More
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    Video Conference Passes Now Available!

    September 18th, 2013 by adam
    Bitcoin conferences are an increasingly versatile source of new Bitcoin news and tech- and now LTB is bringing them to you. LTB has partnered with the Crypto Currency Conference to deliver professional-quality streams of conference content, purchasable via Bitcoin. Read More
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    The Gyft of Bitcoin Purchasing Power

    September 16th, 2013 by dan
    The gift card business is booming; plastic cards for common retailers are the go-to gift for weddings, graduations, and last-minute birthdays for vague acquaintances. Gift card website Gyft.com has seized the opportunity to not only get into the thick of it, but to bring Bitcoin with them. With over 300 retailers at their disposal what Gyft is doing isn't just convenient- its a fantastic step for Bitcoin itself. Read More
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    The Island of Stone Bitcoins

    September 15th, 2013 by george
    Like castoffs from a digital Atlantis, there's a lost piece of cryptocoin history under the Pacific Ocean. This artifact and the people that crafted it can tell newcomers more about Bitcoin than any how-to guide... and it can warn all of us in the Bitcoin community about what's still to come. Read More
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    Bitcoin and the Three Laws of Robotics

    September 14th, 2013 by stan
    Invictus Innovations' president Stan Larimer wants to open your mind to new business; not what we can do in the markets of the future, but what those markets can do WITHOUT us. Distributed Autonomous Corporations may very well be the future of trustworthy business. For a robotic market to serve our human needs, however, the rise of DAC will need a proper foundation. Read More
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    The State of Cryptocoin Mining - Pt 2

    September 12th, 2013 by ron
    Ron Frazier descends into the mines! Returning to Let's Talk Bitcoin, Ron continues his journey through Cryptocoin mining for newcomers. With straight-forward explanations and a variety of resources, he shines light on the most complex and difficult technical aspects of Bitcoin in a way we can all understand. Read More
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    Why My Coworkers Think I'm Crazy

    September 11th, 2013 by dan
    It's safe to say that Dan Roseman is onboard the Bitcoin train. For better or worse, Dan knows he's a true believer. Sometimes he sounds a bit crazy, sure- but who are we to judge a man who stares into the unblinking eye of true Bitcoin madness? Read More
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    Declining to Regulate? Incredible.

    September 10th, 2013 by jeffrey
    With so many terrified Bitcoin entrepreneurs looking up towards the Feds and shouting "regulate us!" ...in what twisted reality would a government look down and whisper "no"? Believe it or not, it's happened- and if we know what's good for us, we should make sure it happens again and again. Read More
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    The Opportunity of Alt-Coins

    September 9th, 2013 by adam
    Are Altcoins just fighting a losing battle for relevance? Does a cryptocurrency have to outbid, outperform, and outlast Bitcoin to matter? Let's Talk Bitcoin host Adam B. Levine breaks away from the Bitcoin-centric views on altcoins to argue that, no matter what altcoin triumphs, crypto itself is the real winner. Read More
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    Overpaying For Security

    September 7th, 2013 by daniel
    The underlying 'hashcash' cryptography of Bitcoin is what makes it secure, but how well does it do its job? The current system has many hidden costs- costs that are being passed down to all Bitcoin users. Invictus Innovation's Daniel Larimer discusses what we're getting for our money, and if we're paying too much for too little. Read More
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    Primecoin Primer

    September 5th, 2013 by dan
    Primecoin has rocketed into headlines since its debut in July, and for good reason. It takes the enormous processor strain that Bitcoin would spend on verification and devotes it to "useful" work. Now, the success of Primecoin is opening the door to even bigger and better crowd-computing methods with even grander implications. Read More
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    The Pope, Bitcoin and the New Age of Man

    September 4th, 2013 by mark
    Pope Francis called upon the world to end the "cult of money" that has put greed ahead of human interests. Could Bitcoin answer his call? Mark Matthews compares the many spiritual perceptions of money and economy in the new age, and where the rise of Bitcoin will fit among them. Read More

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