14 - 20 March 2015
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Evolution, a cryptocurrency dark market has disappeared. It isn’t yet clear how many bitcoins the two staff members allegedly took from the marketplace but estimates from moderators place the number at over 41,000 BTC.
An ambitious plan to launch bitcoin-enabled microsatellites has taken a step forward with a new business deal.
Rakuten, Japan's largest online retail firm, has announced that it will begin accepting bitcoin across its global marketplaces.
Bitcoin technology is set to disrupt online gaming and the big players had better start paying attention, says Jon Matonis.
One of our Buffer developers is a bitcoin believer - so much that he's getting paid in bitcoin for part of his salary. Here's how and why.
“What is the right maximum blocksize?” This question is impossible to answer. There is no “right” blocksize, and everyone will have to lobby for their vision of the network.
NEM added the importance factor to the network in addition to the stakes. This means that an individual with only high stakes, do not necessarily have a higher change of finding the next block in the blockchain.
FibreCoin, ex-member of the Blocknet community, developers of anon-centric OS, and anti-key-logger password interface, has left the platform to join the SuperNET.
Factom has announced it will launch its forthcoming crowdsale on 31st March at 15:00 UTC.
This is Lecture 5 of Princeton's Bitcoin class where the topic of Bitcoin mining is discussed.
Attorney Jared Marx discusses why securities law is problematic for bitcoin 2.0 companies operating in the US.
This week's news that the UK government will seek to regulate digital currencies made waves in the local startup community.
Ofir Beigel discusses 3 options in generating your own Bitcoin vanity address.
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