‘We Need 30 Different Words for Censorship”, Feat. Andreas M. Antonopoulos

‘The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. Recently the hosts of the Let’s Talk Bitcoin! Show gathered to discuss state sponsored propaganda, corporate censorship and how cryptocurrency or decentralization changesRead More…

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Coinstar Plans Massive Expansion of Coinme Bitcoin ATMs as Usage Spikes 40%

Coinstar, the coin counting kiosk maker hosting 3,500 Coinme bitcoin ATMs, is looking to double its bitcoin-capable supermarket locations. The doubling would happen “within a year,” President of Product Michael Jack toldRead More…

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11 Lawmakers Urge US Treasury to Consider Blockchain for COVID-19 Relief

Eleven members of Congress are calling on the U.S. Treasury Department to look at new technologies, including blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT), to help streamline how cash and supplies are distributedRead More…

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Viral Scams, Steem Bribes, and Zoom Hacks: Bad Crypto News of the Week

Bitcoin has had a rough week, down around 9 percent and trading below $6,700. Ross Ulbricht, the founder of Silk Road, believes we’re in a bear market that could even take theRead More…

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For Contact Tracing to Work, Americans Will Have to Trust Google and Apple

Last weekend, Google and Apple announced a partnership to enable Bluetooth contact tracing to fight coronavirus. Contact tracing is the process of identifying carriers of coronavirus, and whom they’ve come into contactRead More…

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Huobi Charity to Distribute $50,000 in Native Tokens in Indonesia

Huobi’s charity arm has announced an initiative to distribute aid to assist Indonesia’s fight against COVID-19. Huobi Charity will distribute aid in partnership with the Indonesia-China Association of Economic, Social and CulturalRead More…

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Remote Working Proves Unexpected Hero as Half of US Economy Shifts to Home Offices

As economists scramble to assess the devastating impact of the coronavirus, they’re homing in on an unexpected hero that’s mitigating the damage in the U.S.: remote working.  With offices across the countryRead More…

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Interpol Enlists Korean Startup to Track Crypto on the Dark Web

The International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) has announced a partnership with South Korean data intelligence startup, S2W Lab, to analyze dark web activity, including cryptocurrency transactions. The startup announced the partnership onRead More…

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