BitcoinPeople Morning Digest #9

Iran is in the race for being the first country to officially regulate Bitcoin. Bitcoin set to revolutionize the blogosphere with microtransactions. Bitcoin awarded the ‘most innovative open source project’ at CEBIT. Auroracoin in Iceland, PolishCoin in Poland and now SpainCoin in Spain – country specific altcoins are appearing weekly now. The Bitcoin economy is […]

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BitcoinPeople Morning Digest #8

Charmaine Li talks to Taavet Hinrikus from TransferWise about the Skype of money transfers. There is new an M&A market with pure Bitcoin deals. Economist Nouriel Roubini joins Thomas Friedman in not understanding Bitcoin and the block chain and use Twitter to communicate their frustrating of not getting it by bashing the technology. Goldman Sachs […]

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BitcoinPeople Morning Digest #7

Ireland is opening its first ATM but the local banks won’t give the operator a bank account (they know they are doomed – or least reduced to a part in the Hybrid Economy). Bitcoin is bigger than Western Union (when will it overtake Amex, Mastercard and VISA?). Overstock has never gotten so much promotion (and […]

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New York to introduce regulations for Bitcoin transactions

New York’s financial regulator will adopt rules to govern virtual currency firms with a view to combatting money laundering. The move comes in the wake of a series of hack attacks that have halted bitcoin transactions across the globe. The state currency regulator announced on Tuesday that current regulations governing currency transmissions would be adapted […]

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The new Bitcoin Center NYC is a block from the New York Stock Exchange

If you want to experience Bitcoin unlike any other, take a step into the newly formed Bitcoin Center NYC. A block from the New York Stock Exchange, Bitcoin Center creates a lively approach to buying and selling Bitcoin in an area that has since been silent with the excitement of live trading. Each Monday, the […]

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