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    REVIEW: Verso Cards

    March 13th, 2014 by dan
    Bitcoin is a new technology, with innovative ideas arriving on the marketplace all the time. Verso Cards are a physical representation of a Bitcoin wallet that you can carry with you, with an unencrypted public address on one side and an encrypted private key on the other. Dan Roseman provides a review of this product and its features. Read More
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    Why I Quit My Day Job

    January 29th, 2014 by dan
    By Dan Roseman | Coinality.com January 29, 2014 how-to-quit-your-jobTowards the end of the day before this past New Year's holiday at work, my supervisors pulled me aside for "a little chat." I knew what this was about. It was a long time coming. We sat down in a conference room, where I was given a copy of my very first writeup. Now, I was coming up on my second year as a "Senior Leasing Coordinator" at a very stable and high-paying job. Don't let the title fool you; most my work was mundane... Read More
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    Highway Robbery? Bitcoin User Not Affected!

    November 6th, 2013 by dan
    Asset forfeiture, unsurprisingly, can be shady business. The seizing of funds and resources by law enforcement isn't just easy to abuse- the abuse is systemic. Civil forfeitures of fiat currency can take resources for nearly any reason, and leave citizens with no means of recovering it. Bitcoin, however, has natural advantages. Read More
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    Why Bitcoin IS Intrinsically Valuable

    October 19th, 2013 by dan
    The common outsider complaint is that Bitcoin has no quantifiable value. Without physical mineral resources or obvious physical efforts behind it, people seem to think it cannot be used as currency- even if transactions every day prove them wrong. As Dan Roseman reports, Bitcoin retains value more like the US Dollar than many realize... and has plenty of advantages over it. Read More
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    Michigan Mayor's Campaign Accepts Bitcoin Donations

    October 7th, 2013 by dan
    In the face of Silk Road's closure and the wealth of complexities and regulations involved, one enterprising Michigan mayor is accepting Bitcoin campaign donations towards his re-election. Dan Roseman reports. 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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    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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    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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    Satoshi Square: the BTC Wall St.

    August 29th, 2013 by dan
    In May 2013, the first 'Satoshi Square' came together in New York. Vendors and buyers all gathered and bartered in a bitcoin bazaar. This ongoing movement is bringing flesh-and-blood sales and brick-and-mortar foundations to the otherwise virtual currency. How did this movement start, and where is it headed? Read More