From DIGITAL GOLD by Nathaniel PopperHeadphones on and an oversize can of MadCroc energy drink by his side, Martti sat at his dorm room desk, giddy. Slashdot, a go-to news site for computer geeks the ... Read More
The rise and fall of The DAO was one of the biggest news stories of 2016. But its aftermath was even more significant.
In May, Australian computer scientist and businessman Craig Wright “revealed... Read More
Bitcoin Magazine sat down with Voskuil to learn more about this maverick implementation.
Wouldn't it be better to avoid rising fees for now, to incentivize adoption? Be a bit more pragmatic?
So ... Read More
RBF Helps Avoid Transaction Delays
The controversial aspect of RBF is that it does not work well with 0-confirmation transactions. When users are able to replace transactions before they are place... Read More
Living Room of Satoshi
“Using Bitcoin, we've made it easier for Rebit users to send targeted remittances. A good number of remittances coming from overseas Filipino workers are intended for bil... Read More
California Bans Bitcoin Donations in Political Campaigns
Candidates running for public offices in the U.S. state of California may not receive donations in cryptocurrencies, according to a new ruling from the state's political watchdog.
The Associated Pr
SEC’s ETF Notice Strengthens Bitcoin Market Position
Most recent notifications by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) about crypto-based ETFs had negative effects on the market. However, its latest notice in which the SEC turned the table to
Singapore Central Banker: No Securities Crypto Token Approved To Date
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the city state's de-facto central bank, highlighted in interview today that no tokens representing securities have been approved to date.
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Crypto Exchange Zaif Hacked In $60 Million Bitcoin Theft
Yet another Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange has been hacked, losing a 6.7 billion yen (about $60 million worth of cryptocurrency), including 5,966 bitcoins.
The licensed exchange, called Zaif,