Harming Bitcoin will be economically impractical

I had the pleasure of meeting Jeffrey Smith, CEX‘s CIO in the CoinsCrum’s after party for the Inside Bitcoin conference recently held in London. A lot has been said recently about Ghash and a possible attack on the Bitcoin network, but as conservative as it may sound, no real solution has been enforced yet. I …

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Bitcoin Allows Visible Change

Julia Tourianski is a very colourful and fresh voice in the Bitcoin world. In a recent piece, Paul Rosenberg described the new generation of ‘Bitcoin kids’, and how this may go down in the future. Julia Tourianski, was of-course mentioned and quoted. I was first introduced to Julia at my friend Amir Taaki‘s place. Wile …

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Bitcoin In Kenya – Documentary

Bitcoin In Kenya Bitcoin is a world of international finance that is encrypted and peer to peer. Bitcoin as the object of my study, leads to interest in cultural and financial networks. As a non-centralised form of money, people on the Internet, with an application download, can immediately become partners in a global economy, with …

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