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Let’s Talk Bitcoin! #335 – Was That Worth Paying For?

On Today’s Show… Ryan X. Charles, one of the founders of Yours.org, sits down with Adam B. Levine at the LTB Homestead to discuss micropayments, paywalls, lightning networks, payment channels, bitcoin, litecoin, the no-ICO approach and more. Want to hear Ryan’s Post-Mortem of the reddit cryptocurrency experiment? Listen to episode 189: The Story of Reddit… View Article

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Private Schools for Kids Are Now Accepting Bitcoin for Tuition

Over the last few years, there have been many colleges and well-known universities all across the world that have started accepting bitcoin. Alongside paying for a higher education with bitcoins, now people can utilize the decentralized currency at private daycares and schools that offer the Montessori educational approach for children. Also read: Most Popular Contactless Smart Cards… View Article

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Coming to your Altcoin soon: Lack of Capacity Causes Congestion on Ethereum

The problem is well known for Bitcoin; there are more transactions than miners can confirm. Now the shortage has reached Ethereum. Especially after popular ICOs, like Status’, the transaction volume is far beyond the network’s capacity. This problem could be easily solved. The miners, however, resist. Actually, Status is not much more than an Ethereum… View Article

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Six Legal Issues Bitcoin Faces in South Korea

South Korea currently has no regulations regarding bitcoin, even as the digital currency has gained immense popularity following its recent price spikes. Lawyer Kim Kyung Hwan outlines the six most important legal issues surrounding bitcoin in the country. Also read: Why South Korean Bitcoin Adoption Could Outpace Most Other Countries This Year Regulations Expected in the… View Article

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Bitcoin Core 0.12.1 Released!

We are pleased to announce the release of Bitcoin Core 0.12.1. This maintenance update includes the first soft fork deployment utilising “version bits” as part of the capacity increases roadmap. The soft fork seeks to activate three BIPs: BIP68 sequence locks, BIP112 OP_CHECKSEQUENCEVERIFY and BIP113 Median time past, which together are known as the “csv”… View Article

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