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Why Everyone Missed the Most Mind-Blowing Feature of Cryptocurrency
focuses on the distribution of currency as a radical game-changer for the economy
cryptocurrency  currency  bitcoin 
6 hours ago by terribly
The Bitcoin Risk Spectrum – Nik Bhatia – Medium
Bitcoin is already a reserve asset. It is the world’s first true example of decentralized digital scarcity, and its elegant, predetermined supply schedule reinvents monetary policy. Its value is…
6 hours ago by brianyang
$130 billion of gold, "found" on the sea floor; i.e., more than 's entire market cap. Such an amount of…
Bitcoin  from twitter_favs
17 hours ago by randyhilarski
Ever wanted to know how to set up your own node?

here is a great

howto  cryptocurrency  Blockchain  bitcoin  from twitter_favs
20 hours ago by randyhilarski
Posting this without comment

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yesterday by briantrice
Greek court rules to extradite Alexander Vinnik, accused of laundering $4bn in bitcoin • Coin Telegraph
Helen Partz:
<p>A Greek court has ruled to extradite the alleged former operator of crypto exchange BTC-e, Alexander Vinnik, to France, local news outlet CNN Greece reported Friday, July 13.

The 39-year old Russian national Vinnik, also known colloquially as “Mr. Bitcoin,” was indicted by U.S. authorities on charges of fraud and money laundering last year, reportedly involving up to $4 billion in Bitcoin (BTC).

Vinnik’s Greek lawyer Ilias Spyrliadis confirmed to Russian news agency TASS that “the court has granted France’s request for Vinnik’s extradition.” Spyrliadis also revealed that he is planning to appeal against the court’s decision in the Greek Supreme Court.

According to CNN Greece, Vinnik himself challenged the decision of the Greek court on extradition to France, denying the allegations of French authorities, who issued a warrant, in which the alleged BTC-e owner was accused of “defraud[ing] over 100 people in six French cities between 2016 and 2018.” Vinnik responded that he was "transferring e-money through a platform," considering it as "legitimate personal transactions.”</p>

Four billion? Billion??
bitcoin  laundering 
2 days ago by charlesarthur
Truth Media Ltd (“Truth”) a subsidiary of RYVL, (the operating name of The Marketing Group plc, “TMG” or the “Company”), announces the launch of an Initial Coin Offering (“ICO”) for Truth Data Cloud, its blockchain-based data marketplace which will let consumers be rewarded for sharing their own private internet browsing data.The Truth ICO will run until 15 November 2018 or when the maximum targeted amount has been raised and it is targeted to raise between US$5 million and US$50 million.  Initial commitments of over US$1 million have already been received.Truth Data Cloud is a blockchain-based platform and data marketplace that will enable consumers to control the storage of, and trade in, their personal online browsing and buying intention data through their personalised data wallet.
blockchain  advertising  new-companies  bitcoin 
2 days ago by dancall
Coin Social Story | Find other statistics about cryptocurrencies and tokens ✨
CoinSocialStory is a project that provides a information about cryptocurrencies and tokens by several metrics. Powerful tool for analyzing in trade and investment activity.

this is awesome - combines the usual finance metrics with those from twitter, reddit, and github
nice-thinking  blockchain  bitcoin  ethereum  ripple  cryptocurrency 
2 days ago by mozzarella
Kodak Bitcoin Mining 'Scam' Killed by SEC
Back in January, the tech world balked when a Kodak-branded Bitcoin miner called the Kodak KashMiner was unveiled at the CES trade show in Las Vegas. It seems that photography and cryptocurrency enthusiasts weren’t the only ones that balked: the US Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) actually blocked the KashMiner from moving forward.
BBC News reports that the Kodak KashMiner scheme collapsed after critics called the product a “scam” and the SEC responded by halting its sale.
What’s more, Kodak tells the BBC that the third-party company behind the Kodak-branded miner, Spotlite USA, never officially licensed the Kodak brand for use on the miner, which was apparently a rebadged version of the popular Antminer S9 by the Chinese company Bitmain.
kodak  bitcoin  scam  gov2.0 
2 days ago by rgl7194
Kodak Bitcoin mining 'scam' evaporates - BBC News
In January, a Bitcoin mining computer labelled Kodak KashMiner was on display on Kodak's official stand at the CES technology show in Las Vegas.
But critics labelled it a "scam" and said the advertised profits were unachievable and misleading.
Now the company behind the scheme says it will not go ahead. Kodak told the BBC it was never officially licensed. […] A spokesman for Kodak told the BBC: "While you saw units at CES from our licensee Spotlite, the KashMiner is not a Kodak brand licensed product. Units were not installed at our headquarters."
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2 days ago by nicoladagostino

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