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Bitcoin Has a Florida Problem

Since its genesis, regulators and courts around the world have struggled with whether to and how to regulate it. Depending on where you are in the United States, for instance, it either is or is not illegal to sell your bitcoin for cash without a state license. That’s because depending on where you are, bitcoin is either money or it isn’t, and selling bitcoin is either money transmission or it’s not. Continue reading Bitcoin Has a Florida Problem

What’s in a Blockchain? With New Tools, Anyone Can Find Out

As the intrigue of blockchains settles to a quiet simmer, it’s time to ask: How far has the technology advanced? Hundreds of new coin species have been minted. Billions of dollars have been raised. And tales have been spun of an encroaching technological revolution. Continue reading What’s in a Blockchain? With New Tools, Anyone Can Find Out

Dash is Making a Noticeable Spike with its Bullish Line

With the advent of Dash in the world of digital currencies, a significant uproar was noticed in the billion dollar cryptocurrency club. This altcoin is aimed to provide quicker transactions with greater security and privacy. The reason why it made a significant upsurge in the crypto world is due to the fact that it had even surpassed $1 billion market cap just when it started making bigger gains. In early 2017, a single DASH worth only $11 but, this hiked to $100 by March 2017. The sharp increase in its value is contributing to the ongoing interests among the investors and traders to splurge in this cryptocurrency for making handsome profits. Continue reading Dash is Making a Noticeable Spike with its Bullish Line

Monero [XMR] is a privacy-preserving currency, says Riccardo Spagni

In case you ping Riccardo Spagni on Twitter (who is present on the Twitter with a name FluffyPony) and ask him about who ought to put funds into Monero, you better prepare for a pushback. Monero’s is hardly an investment. It’s intended to be a currency, and specifically, it’s intended to be a privacy safeguarding type of currency, Spagni would say. Continue reading Monero [XMR] is a privacy-preserving currency, says Riccardo Spagni

3 People Who Hate Bitcoin With a Passion

When people develop an aversion to something, their immediate instinct is normally to steer clear of it. Be it baths or Bitcoin, if you loathe it, you’re prone to avoid it at all costs. For some masochists, however, steering clear isn’t an option. Like a wobbly tooth they can’t resist prodding, they keep returning to Bitcoin time and again, fascinated and repulsed in equal measure. Continue reading 3 People Who Hate Bitcoin With a Passion