Blockchain Project Augur Joins Microsoft Azure

Blockchain Project Augur Joins Microsoft Azure

San Francisco, CA, March 15, 2016 — Augur becomes another one of the chosen in Microsoft’s Azure “Blockchain as a Service,” the tech giant’s emerging ecosystem of leading blockchain and related tools and technologies. Disclaimer: This is a press release. Bitcoinist is not affiliated with this firm and is not responsible for its products and/or services. Augur […]

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Obama, Brave Inc Raise Concern for Bitcoiner Privacy

Obama, Brave Inc Raise Concern for Bitcoiner Privacy

The online privacy discussion is heating up again as President Obama and the Brave browser raised concerns regarding data collection from both the government and the private sector. This time, the debate hits close to home for Bitcoiners, since both Obama’s recent South by Southwest speech and Brave Software take particular interest in our favorite […]

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PiDrive Turns Raspberry Pi Into A Perfect Bitcoin Node Solution

Bitcoinist_PiDrive

For those people who have always been interested in running a Bitcoin Node on their Raspberry Pi, Western Digital has taken notice of your comments and come up with a solution. Their new 314 GB hard drive is designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi, and will be known under the name “PiDrive”. With a very […]

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Bitcoin moderation – three years in review

In the past few months the moderation of /r/Bitcoin has become a contentious issue. Ever since the ban on discussion of alt-clients like BitcoinXT, the community seems to have fractured into a  few camps, sometimes vilifying one another. I was asked to clarify where I stand on this and a few other issues, so I might as well roll a few /r/Bitcoin-related topics into a blog post for future reference.

Bitcoin moderation – three years in review

In the past few months the moderation of /r/Bitcoin has become a contentious issue. Ever since the ban on discussion of alt-clients like BitcoinXT, the community seems to have fractured into a  few camps, sometimes vilifying one another. I was asked to clarify where I stand on this and a few other issues, so I might as well roll a few /r/Bitcoin-related topics into a blog post for future reference.

Bitcoin forecasts for 2016

Bitcoin forecasts for 2016

The bitcoin industry is still early in its stages of development, which means that there is much to look forward in the future. The future of the bitcoin industry is bright for the year 2016, which is not surprising when considering the price of bitcoins has been skyrocketing quite quickly. In the past year, the […]

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The Vanbex Report: The Tangle and the Blockchain

Vanbex Report

Mar. 14, 2016 — Has the conversation evolved already? Amid the blockchain technological push, another variation has emerged — the “tangle.” The Vanbex Report is a periodic summary of the blockchain industry’s top news stories from the biggest companies, as well as the most promising newcomers. The Tangle and the Blockchain The Tangle or Directed Acyclic […]

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New York Bitcoin User Charged With Unlawful Money Transmission

A New York man has been charged with operating an unlawful money transmitting business in connection the sale of bitcoins.

USAA Expands Bitcoin Integration to All Members

Following a successful pilot program, US financial services firm USAA is expanding its bitcoin integration to all members.

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