In many a conversation, I have come across the argument that Bitcoin, or other cryptocurrencies for that matter, would never be regularly used by merchants because of the inherent price instability in the markets. There are those who contradict this opinion by pointing out that when Bitcoin is beyon...

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Today, we had our first presentation on the Internet of Coins at the Amsterdam Bitcoinference Summer 2014. The presentation sheet itself is now added to the home page, providing a short explanation of the concept of decentralized blockchain interconnectivity. If you have any questions or remarks,...

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Centralized exchanges can and will be hacked. The most recent example of this was BTER, with its loss of millions of NXT coins, and before that Vircurex, with a large loss of Litecoins. Even though the thief that stole from BTER has returned the greater portion of stolen value, yet another example o...

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The current decline of alt-coins has recently been on my mind a lot. As has been the marginalization of many of these coins. Some of them have great concepts, for example Datacoin. So what is going on with these coins, and what to do about them? (also featured on CoinTelegraph)

For the past eight...

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Grandmothers set the standard

Many initiatives in the cryptocurrency world are strongly focused on the latest and greatest features, and making sure to be ahead of other projects in leaps and bounds. This leaves out a huge amount of potential users who are very interested, but do not know how t...

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