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Is Bitcoin the “it” Coin?

On July 3, 2014 By Brenan Salgado

Bitcoin has taken the spotlight in the world of cryptocurrencies. Whether it’s Bitcoin’s name or a little beginner’s luck, this first attempt at cryptocurrency appears to be working and its first-mover advantage is paying off.

It’s acceptance as a viable digital currency seems to be growing every day. Beginning with Overstock.com in January, [...]

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Earlier in the week I planned on writing a post about a major online retailer who had agreed to accept Bitcoin as payment.  My plan was to ask whether this recognition would result in greater acceptance of the virtual currency, and whether regulation might be in the pipeline as a result of wider acceptance and, [...]

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Monday Morning JETLawg

On February 17, 2014 By Bradlee Edmondson

Surveillance & Censorship:

The Washington Post reports that documents leaked by Edward Snowden show that the NSA received intelligence from Australia’s signals intelligence division on Chicago-based law firm Mayer Brown in relation to the firm’s representation of the Indonesian government in a trade dispute. In response, Indonesia’s foreign minister Continue Reading

Debit, Credit, or Bitcoin?

On February 6, 2014 By Lizzie Maratea

Will that be debit, credit, or bitcoin? Could bitcoin become that ubiquitous? Those wily Winklevoss twins and the rest of the Bitcoin community have been working to remove the stigma of illegitimacy from the virtual currency, but they want to do so without any additional “draconian” regulation that might interfere with its [...]

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