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- Microsoft Files Patent Application for Crypto Mining System Powered by Human Activityby Paddy Baker on 30/03/2020 at 07:00
A Microsoft patent application details a human-powered crypto mining project by collecting data as people exercise and watch ads.
- Can Bitcoin Survive the Climate Change Revolution?by Ian Allison on 30/03/2020 at 06:00
If ESG is becoming the new buzzword among impact-minded financial institutions, where does energy-intensive bitcoin fit in?
- Riot Blockchain Says Coronavirus Outbreak Might Hurt Crypto Mining Farmsby Danny Nelson on 30/03/2020 at 05:00
Riot Blockchain’s 10-K filing captures the fear COVID-19 is sowing in American companies.
- Singapore Crypto Exchange Eyes US Expansion After Registering With FinCENby Paddy Baker on 30/03/2020 at 04:00
Singapore-based Bitget has registered with the U.S. Treasury Department as a money services business, the first step to launching operations in the country.
- Bear Market Over? Charts on Bitcoin and ASX 200 Suggest Otherwiseby Sebastian Sinclair on 30/03/2020 at 03:00
U.S stocks are showing signs of life amid the recent $2 trillion stimulus package. Yet it may be a while before confidence is restored.
- Bitcoin To Reach New Highs? Not So Fast!by Trevor Smith on 29/03/2020 at 17:13
A growing number of Bitcoin analysts are sounding the alarm about the need for the flagship cryptocurrency to prove its worth during the current financial crisis. They assert that now is the time for the decentralized asset to prove its resiliency amid an increasingly unstable global economy. Global Conditions Open the Door For Big Gains Tone Vays, a long-time Bitcoin maximalist, has tweeted a video from last June where he sounded an alarm about the
- Luxury Watchmaker Breitling Adds Its First Timepieces to a Blockchainby John Biggs on 29/03/2020 at 15:29
In a rare example of real-world business deployment, Breitling is registering watches on a blockchain to track their provenance from owner to owner.
- How MakerDAO’s Stablecoin Survived the Crash, Smart Contract Bugs and Full Decentralizationby Adam B. Levine on 29/03/2020 at 14:16
How do DeFi stablecoins actually work and what happened during the sudden, precipitous drop in crypto prices earlier this month? On today’s show Andreas M. Antonopoulos leads us through a very interesting system and how it survived ‘Black Thursday’.
- Does Bitcoin Price Follow a ‘4-Year Cycle’?by Trevor Smith on 29/03/2020 at 14:00
Bitcoin and crypto analyst Benjamin Cowen has released a video that takes issue with the cyclical price theories held by many crypto advocates. By examining Bitcoin’s four-year price trends Cowen asserts that the flagship cryptocurrency does not follow such a discernable pattern. Bitcoin Halving May Not Spark A Price Spike Bitcoin has experienced two major periods of significant price growth. Each followed the block reward halvings that took place in 2012 and 2016, respectively. It
- Telegram Ruling Closes Another Door to Legally-Compliant Token Salesby Josh Lawler on 29/03/2020 at 13:48
A recent ruling stopping Telegram from distributing its cryptocurrency creates new legal peril for public blockchains, argues lawyer Josh Lawler.
- Can Bitcoin Rally Next Week? Skeptical Analyst Throws Lightby Trevor Smith on 28/03/2020 at 18:30
A number of signals continue to tie Bitcoin to the present global economic crisis. Although the flagship cryptocurrency has shown stability over the past few days, some analysts now see more price drops ahead. Global Stock Market Will Impact Bitcoin Josh Rager has posted a chart showing that the S&P 500 (SPX) has dropped below its 200 weeks moving average for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis. This move is significant, as the
- Fake COVID-19 Treatments Ask for Bitcoin Payments on Social Mediaby Trevor Smith on 28/03/2020 at 17:30
A twitter post on January 29 promoted a website selling a so-called cure for coronavirus, accepting Bitcoin as payment. Scams such as this have proliferated as the global crisis escalates. Scammers Selling False Hope & Asking for Bitcoin The Russian-based website selling the fake cure has been deactivated. Screenshots show it offering the so-called vaccine in doses for up to three people. It claimed to be tied to the Australian National University in Canberra. Although
- Bitcoin Development Activity is Being Funded by These Playersby Trevor Smith on 28/03/2020 at 14:47
A just-released report from Bitmex shows that Bitcoin platform development continues to grow and diversify. A look at key players reflects greater interest in scalability and bringing the flagship cryptocurrency into a position for effective mass use. Multiple Bitcoin Projects Supported The report shows that Blockstream and Lightning Labs have become by-far the top institutions working on Bitcoin development. Seeking to create long-term solutions to the scalability challenge, both are pouring significant resources into side
- Disruption, Money and a World of Change, Feat. Niall Fergusonby Adam B. Levine on 28/03/2020 at 14:40
CoinDesk’s Michael Casey speaks with author, historian and Hoover Institution senior fellow Niall Ferguson about our disrupted world, inevitable crisis and what it could mean for money.
- While Some Hoard Dollar Bills, Others Envision Germy Cash’s Quick Demiseby Danny Nelson on 28/03/2020 at 10:30
Is a cash-based society sustainable in a pandemic? Hoarders say yes. Health experts say maybe. Visionaries say no: It’s a moment for systemic change.
- Splinter Cryptocurrency Hive Outperforms Justin Sun’s Steem After One Week Tradingby Brady Dale on 27/03/2020 at 21:52
It’s been a week since the Hive blockchain broke off from Steem in protest. So far, the market action has been on the side of the dissidents.
- World Health Organization Teams With IBM, Oracle on Blockchain-Based Coronavirus Data Hubby Ian Allison on 27/03/2020 at 20:50
Big names like IBM, Oracle and the World Health Organization (WHO) will use blockchain technology to track data relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
- Bitcoin and Ether Prices Stagnate as Traders Take Wait-and-See Approachby Daniel Cawrey on 27/03/2020 at 20:31
The March 12 crash is still fresh in crypto traders’ and fund managers’ minds, leaving some to think no trading decisions are the best decisions for now.
- Corporate Socialism to Dying for the Dow: 7 Themes That Defined the Weekby Nathaniel Whittemore on 27/03/2020 at 19:00
As another unprecedented week winds down, @NLW breaks down unlimited QE, digital dollars, the last break of institutional trust and more.
- Strange Days: S&P 500 Volatility Enters Bitcoin Territoryby Omkar Godbole on 27/03/2020 at 18:00
In a role reversal befitting these topsy-turvy times, Wall Street has recently seen more turbulence than the average for the top cryptocurrency.
- How a Flurry of ‘Digital Dollar’ Proposals Made It to Congressby Nikhilesh De on 27/03/2020 at 17:30
Law professors who’ve long pushed for a digital dollar worked with Congress to bring the concept to a series of coronavirus relief bills earlier this week.
- Aspiring CME Director Wants Exchange to Mine Bitcoin and Issue Tokensby Paddy Baker on 27/03/2020 at 16:45
A nominee for a CME director position argued for tokenizing certain shares and building renewable energy sources which could also mine crypto.
- US County Extends Rule Making Bitcoin Mining Firms Invest in Renewable Energyby Paddy Baker on 27/03/2020 at 16:00
The newly extended rule that crypto mining farms must offset energy consumption with renewables might also be made permanent.
- FBI Closes Russian Hacker Marketplace Fuelled By Cryptoby Anatol Antonovici on 27/03/2020 at 16:00
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has shut down a Russia-based website that hosted online shops engaged in the sale of illegal goods and services and accepted crypto payments. FBI Seizes DEER.IO, Arrests Admin Last Tuesday, the US Department of Justice said that the FBI has managed to take down DEER.IO, an online platform that hosted hundreds of shops selling cybercrime products and services like hacked accounts and data. Previously, the media found out that
- Bitcoin News Roundup for March 27, 2020by John Biggs on 27/03/2020 at 16:00
A scam in the UK targets crypto while Venezuela’s president is charged with money laundering. It’s CoinDesk’s Markets Daily podcast.
- Singapore Temporarily Exempts Crypto Firms, Including Coinbase, From New Licensing Regimeby Sebastian Sinclair on 27/03/2020 at 15:30
Cryptocurrency firms can continue operating but must apply for a license by summer under new rules
- Bitcoin Exchange Outflows Hit 8-Month High, HODL’ing Soarsby Trevor Smith on 27/03/2020 at 15:00
Bitcoin adopters seem eager to hold their own coins as withdrawals now outpace deposits on exchanges. This cryptocurrency outflow reflects the growing unease about the state of the global economy, as well as the stability of the crypto space. BITCOIN EXCHANGE BALANCES HAVE BEEN DECLINING FOR WEEKS Analytics firm Glassnode has noted that exchange liquidity has been declining since February. In recent days this transfer of funds to private wallets has accelerated. Exchange customers have
- Microsoft Files Patent For New Cryptocurrency and Mining Systemby Christina Comben on 27/03/2020 at 14:02
Microsoft wants to create a new cryptocurrency that’s still mined using PoW–except replacing expensive power-intense mining rigs with basic human energy. If that sounds a little strange, you should take a dive deep into the details of the patent published yesterday filed by Microsoft. It’s called: “Cryptocurrency system using body activity data.” Microsoft’s Human-Mined Cryptocurrency – Creepy or Cool? According to the patent, Microsoft’s cryptocurrency would make use of body activity data. This would allow
- Ripple Lawsuit Plaintiffs Put CEO in the Crosshairsby Trevor Smith on 27/03/2020 at 13:00
Plaintiffs have filed an amended complaint against Ripple Labs in their two-year long lawsuit against the blockchain-based company. The modified lawsuit puts new pressure on Ripple CEO, Brad Garlinghouse. BRAD GARLINGHOUSE ACCUSED OF FRAUD The new amendment emphasizes CEO Brad Garlinghouse’s role in misleading XRP investors. It states that the head of Ripple repeatedly told the public that he intended to hold the token when in fact he was actively selling it. The complaint states:
- The King of Blockchains, Bitcoin Can Become the Foundation for Web 3.0by Muneeb Ali on 24/03/2020 at 15:14
The crypto industry seems to have dismissed Bitcoin when it comes to smart contracts or Web 3.0 — but Blockstack co-founder Muneeb Ali believes this is going to change. The post The King of Blockchains, Bitcoin Can Become the Foundation for Web 3.0 appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- Zero Interest, Limitless Repo and QE4: The Federal Reserve’s Market Operations Explainedby Colin Harper on 24/03/2020 at 14:17
The Federal Reserve is dropping rates to zero and offering trillions in liquidity to the U.S. financial system. What is the Fed doing, and how does it work? The post Zero Interest, Limitless Repo and QE4: The Federal Reserve’s Market Operations Explained appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- Coronavirus, the Halving and a Price Drop: Bitcoin Mining Marches Onby Jessie Willms on 24/03/2020 at 12:00
Despite the global turmoil caused by the coronavirus and a looming reward halving, the Bitcoin mining industry appears optimistic. The post Coronavirus, the Halving and a Price Drop: Bitcoin Mining Marches On appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- The Best Bitcoin Trading Strategies (That Still Work in 2020)by NordikCoin on 24/03/2020 at 11:29
Sponsored: This guide can introduce newcomers to some of the most common bitcoin trading strategies. The post The Best Bitcoin Trading Strategies (That Still Work in 2020) appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- A Treatise on Bitcoin and Privacy Part 2: Don’t Be Misled by Red Herringsby Giacomo Zucco on 20/03/2020 at 16:45
In order to make the most of Bitcoin’s inherent privacy features, we must be able to distinguish between real privacy and some persistent “red herrings.” The post A Treatise on Bitcoin and Privacy Part 2: Don’t Be Misled by Red Herrings appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- EARN IT: The US Anti-Encryption Bill That Threatens Private Speech Onlineby David Hollerith on 19/03/2020 at 17:49
There’s a new bill in the works to fight against child sexual abuse material and other risky services on the internet — but it will come at a cost to online privacy. The post EARN IT: The US Anti-Encryption Bill That Threatens Private Speech Online appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- A Treatise on Bitcoin and Privacy Part 1: A Match Made in the Whitepaperby Giacomo Zucco on 18/03/2020 at 21:04
In Part 1 of 2, Giacomo Zucco explores the fundamental relationship between Bitcoin and privacy by going back to the beginning with the whitepaper. The post A Treatise on Bitcoin and Privacy Part 1: A Match Made in the Whitepaper appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- “Your Expectations of Privacy Are Too High” (But They Shouldn’t Be)by Peter C. Earle on 17/03/2020 at 18:19
Every bitcoiner has a responsibility to themselves and their community to establish the following precept: We are not guilty simply because we own or use bitcoin. The post “Your Expectations of Privacy Are Too High” (But They Shouldn’t Be) appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- The Bitcoin Mixing Case at the Center of the Fight for Transaction Privacyby Colin Harper on 17/03/2020 at 12:41
“FinCEN doesn’t make a distinction between something like Helix or something like Wasabi or CoinJoin, and this could be seen as a warning shot to all mixers and tumblers.” The post The Bitcoin Mixing Case at the Center of the Fight for Transaction Privacy appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- Bitcoin Fungibility, Mixing and the Legal Limits on Maintaining Privacyby Sasha Hodder and Rafael Yakobi on 17/03/2020 at 12:36
After breaking down the charges against Larry Harmon, legal experts Sasha Hodder and Rafael Yakobi examine the case for bitcoin privacy and fungibility. The post Bitcoin Fungibility, Mixing and the Legal Limits on Maintaining Privacy appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- India Lifts Crypto Ban, South Korea Imposes New Rules and the US Remains Stagnantby David Hollerith on 11/03/2020 at 15:30
With India reversing a ban on cryptocurrency and South Korea imposing new rules on exchanges, the lack of forceful regulation from the U.S. is a loss. The post India Lifts Crypto Ban, South Korea Imposes New Rules and the US Remains Stagnant appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- The History and Symbolism Behind Bitcoin’s Logoby Colin Harper on 10/03/2020 at 12:00
Bitcoin’s iconic logo is known the world over. But there’s more to its design than meets the eye. The post The History and Symbolism Behind Bitcoin’s Logo appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- Screen Printing, Paralelní Polis and Cryptoanarchy With Martin Fischerby Aaron van Wirdum on 10/03/2020 at 12:00
“My art is for those who already know, and absolutely not understandable for people from outside the crypto community … which I love.” The post Screen Printing, Paralelní Polis and Cryptoanarchy With Martin Fischer appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- How Propaganda Art Can Spread the Message of Bitcoinby David Hollerith on 10/03/2020 at 12:00
Self-described propagandist Lucho Poletti is on a mission to evangelize Bitcoin through his art. The post How Propaganda Art Can Spread the Message of Bitcoin appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- When It Comes to Bitcoin and Art, Let’s Create a Better NFT Experienceby Brekkie Von Bitcoin on 10/03/2020 at 12:00
Bitcoin artist Brekkie Von Bitcoin discusses NFTs and the need for artists to join the conversation around Bitcoin development and, in some cases, help spur it along. The post When It Comes to Bitcoin and Art, Let’s Create a Better NFT Experience appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- POSTPONED: Bitcoin 2020 Is Moving to Q3 2020by David Bailey on 06/03/2020 at 19:28
Following the rapid escalation of COVID-19 in California and worldwide, Bitcoin 2020 has been postponed from March 27 and 28, 2020, to Q3 of 2020. The post POSTPONED: Bitcoin 2020 Is Moving to Q3 2020 appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- Listen: BitcoinTINA on Bitcoin Podcast Seriesby Flip on 05/03/2020 at 19:53
Last week, we wrapped up a very special four-part series with BitcoinTina, hosted by Christian Keroles, one of our podcasters and co-host of POVCrypto. Each episode runs right less than an hour, but is absolutely packed to the brim with arguments for the Bitcoin bull case. The Bitcoin Magazine Podcast can be found on Spotify,… The post Listen: BitcoinTINA on Bitcoin Podcast Series appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- Amir Taaki on Bitcoin and Building Dissident Technology in 2020by David Hollerith on 04/03/2020 at 19:26
Amir Taaki was one of Bitcoin’s first-ever dedicated developers and perhaps the one most infamously focused on privacy and freedom from authority. The post Amir Taaki on Bitcoin and Building Dissident Technology in 2020 appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- From ISP to P2P: How Mesh Networks Take Bitcoin off the Gridby Colin Harper on 03/03/2020 at 13:02
Blockstream’s Grubles and Locha Mesh’s Randy Brito weigh in on the promise of mesh networks to keep Bitcoin alive without the internet. The post From ISP to P2P: How Mesh Networks Take Bitcoin off the Grid appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- Privacy Isn’t Radical: How Tor Supports Dissent as a Human Rightby Steph Whited on 03/03/2020 at 13:01
Tor software is a vital tool for dissidents worldwide, but privacy and freedom online should not be a luxury. Human rights are not radical. The post Privacy Isn’t Radical: How Tor Supports Dissent as a Human Right appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
- Bitcoin Is the Technology of Dissent That Secures Individual Libertiesby Nozomi Hayase on 03/03/2020 at 13:00
We, Bitcoiners, are all dissidents in the Old World of trusted third parties. By using Bitcoin, we defy the rules of empire states in order to reclaim our own authority. The post Bitcoin Is the Technology of Dissent That Secures Individual Liberties appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.