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How Blockchain Tech is Inspiring the Art World

via Coin Desk
by (@yessi_kbello) | Published on May 14, 2015 at 20:25 BST

blockchain-tech-artSince its creation in 2009, bitcoin’s blockchain has proved that value can be moved across a network that cuts out the traditional ‘middle men’.

While the broad strokes of distributed ledger technologies like bitcoin are a hot topic, it’s not just Wall Street or multi-national corporations that are paying attention.

Artists are also exploring how the experimental technology can provide new ways to track and verify ownership through tools like smart contracts – authenticated by cryptographic data.

Blockchain authentication

Stephan Vogler, an artist and entrepreneur based in Germany, thinks the blockchain may be the answer to the art world’s perennial problem, authenticity.

Forgery is rife in the art world. While traditional forms of licensing would create a tradable commodity, he said, buyers could not be certain the license was authentic – nor would they be able to assert whether the author had created multiple copies of the piece.

“Bitcoin offers a solution to this problem. Just like bitcoin can replace banknotes, it can replace the piece of paper with the license text on it. I see great potential in bitcoin and its technology.”

He continued: “The blockchain is the first decentralised trustable database, which can track the ownership of virtual properties in a reliable way.”

By placing a hash value  – a set of cryptographic functions that enable people to identify data – of his digital artwork on the bitcoin blockchain, the artist enables potential buyers to verify that the artwork has been licensed.

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VIDEO — Can the Price of Bitcoin Stabilize?

World Crypto Network
Apr 23, 2015

Bitcoin price volatility is often given as the reason why bitcoin is impractical to use for everyday purchases. But will it always be that way?

This quick explainer video shows exactly how and why bitcoin’s price volatility is going away all on it’s own.


VIDEO — Alexandria v0.4 alpha Intro and Walkthrough

Blockchain Technology Group
Apr 17, 2015

Alexandria is a decentralized, open-source, peer-to-peer library for sharing and preserving art, history and culture. Learn more at http://www.blocktech.com

 


VIDEO — LIVE Announcement of ProTip – Peer to Peer Tipping for the Web

World Crypto Network
Mar 12, 2015

The much anticipated soon to be live crowd funding campaign will be here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/pr…

You can also donate to the project in Bitcoin: 1ProTip9x3uoqKDJeMQJdQUCQawDLauNiF
http://my.protip.is

ProTip is by artists for artists. An Open Source project written by a small team of developers in London with support from volunteers across the globe.

The internet lacks the tools to help people reward one another for the effort and time that goes in to making their art, we want to change that.

We believe that people should be rewarded for their work online.


Andreas Antonopoulos Makes Case for Bitcoin Before Australian Senate — video included

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by (@yessi_kbello)
CoinDesk
Mar 4, 2015

Bitcoin evangelist Andreas M Antonopoulos has appeared before the Australian Senate as part of an inquiry into the local treatment of digital currencies.

The prominent bitcoin ‘guru’ made the case for bitcoin, saying that its unique architecture and payment mechanism had important implications for network access, innovation, privacy, individual empowerment, consumer protection and regulation.

Claiming that bitcoin represented a “unique opportunity in two areas for Australia”, Antonopoulos said:

“Bitcoin can introduce much needed competition in the retail payments industry, undercutting the expensive systems offered by credit and debit cards, whilst significantly improving security and privacy for consumers.”

“Secondly, the bitcoin industry can establish Australia at the forefront of the next wave of innovation of financial services. A wave that can extend financial services to more than two billion people throughout Southeast Asia, who are currently unbanked,” he continued.

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[video of the testimony]


Decentral Announces 2015 Canadian Blockchain and Fintech Expo

torontoby Wanda Carruthers
Bitcoin Magazine
Feb 24, 2015

Decentral, Toronto’s home to tech start-ups, announced it’s organizing the 2015 Canadian Blockchain and Fintech Expo for the second week of September as a follow up to last year’s successful Bitcoin Expo.

Toronto will again play host to Bitcoin enthusiasts as event organizers assemble a growing list of all-star speakers for the Expo, including Vitalik Buterin, Gavin Wood and Anthony Di Iorio of Ethereum, David Johnston of DApps Fund, Matthew Roszak of Tally Capital, Brock Pierce of ChangeTip, Tether, and the Bitcoin Foundation, David Bailey of BTC Media, Joel Dietz of Swarm, Paul Snow of Factum, Shawn Wilkinson of Storj, Jason King of Sean’s Outpost, Jamie Robinson of QuickBT, Jeff Coleman of Kryptokit, William Mougayar of Start-Up Management, Michael Terpin of Social Radius, and Gerald Cotten of QuadrigaCX.

Event organizer Anthony Di Iorio explained that response from last year’s Expo prompted the follow-up conference for this fall, adding September was chosen to avoid conflicts with summer holiday schedules.

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Bitcoin Voucher Scheme Bitupcard Expands to 300 Shops in Turkey

By Yessi Bello Perez (@yessi_kbello)
CoinDesk
February 26, 2015 at 15:00 GMT

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Prepaid bitcoin voucher service Bitupcard is now available at an additional 270 retail locations across Turkey.

The announcement, which follows on from the launch of a pilot scheme that saw $25,000-worth of bitcoin sold in 10 weeks, raises the number of retail locations offering over-the-counter bitcoin purchases in the country to 300.

The scheme is run by Amsterdam-based bitcoin seller Bit4coin in conjunction with Berlin-based firm MK Payment.

Dolf Diederichsen, CEO at Bit4coin said:

“We are excited with the early success we are seeing in the market. The launch has exceeded our expectations, and we are very happy to quickly expand the reach and make Bitupcard even more accessible to more customers.”

Ibrahim Tarlig, CEO of MK Payment, added: “The market reception has been very positive and many customers told us that they would like to buy Bitupcard e-vouchers, but that the stores were simply too far away from where they lived or worked.”

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VIDEO — Bitcoin Rush-36 w/ AndreasAntonopoulos, FibreCoin, BitcoinGarden, LaraCelenza, ProofOfWork

World Crypto Network
Feb 20, 2015

Fibre:
http://fibre.com
http://twitter@fibrecoin

Bitcoin Garden:
Blog: http://bitcoingarden.tk/
Forum: http://bitcoingarden.tk/forum/
http://twitter@BitcoinGarden

Lara Celenza:
http://www.kalifilmproductions.com
http://www.laracelenza.com
http://twitter@LaraCelenza

Proof Of Work:
http://proofofwork.media/project/iams…
http://www.ProofofWork.media
http://twitter@ProofOfWork


BREAKING — Dell Expands Bitcoin Payments to UK and Canada

CoinDesk
(@pete_rizzo_) | Published on February 19, 2015 at 15:35 GMT

UPDATE (19th February, 2015 17:00 GMT): Updated with comment from Dell CIO Paul Walsh.


dellDell has announced it has expanded its bitcoin payments program to consumers in the UK and Canada.

The announcement was revealed today at eTail West, an annual e-commerce conference, during a keynote address by CIO Paul Walsh.

In remarks, Walsh suggested that the decision was prompted by customer demand and the positive feedback the company had so far received for its US offering.

Walsh said:

“We’re hearing from our customers around the world that they want the option to use bitcoin when buying Dell products, so we are excited to deliver bitcoin as a payment method on Dell.com to our customers in Canada and the UK.”

Dell has been accepting bitcoin for purchases via its US store since July 2014. The company will continue to receive local currency from Coinbase in exchange for bitcoin orders, in this case GBP and the Canadian dollar.

Earning $56.9bn in revenue in 2013, Dell remained the largest merchant in the bitcoin space until December when it was replaced by tech giant Microsoft.

The news also follows the decision by e-commerce leader Overstock to expand its bitcoin payment option to global consumers, though it has since reported struggles encouraging international customers to use bitcoin.

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VIDEO — Andreas Antonopoulos: The Future Of Crypto-Currency

Terry Wilson
Apr 16, 2014

Andreas Antonopoulos shares what he believes will be the evolution of Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies and what it could mean for the future.

Presented at the 2014 Bitcoin Expo in Toronto.

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VIDEO — How the Silk Road Trial Could Chill the Internet | Interview with Derrick Broze

Breaking The Set
Feb 4, 2015

Abby Martin interviews, Derrick Broze, writer for Liberty Beat, about the trial and conviction of Silk Road founder, Ross Ulbircht, and how this case could impact the rest of the internet.

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[related: VIDEO — The Final Days of Silk Road]


Meet Darkleaks, a Bitcoin-Powered Black Market for Secrets

by (@GCaffyn)
Coindesk
Published on February 3, 2015 at 14:50 GMT

A new black market for secrets that rewards informants with bitcoin has been announced this week.

Darkleaks, masterminded by members of crypto-anarchist collective unSystem, will let users sell leaked data in an anonymous, trustless environment powered by bitcoin’s blockchain.

Amir Taaki, the project’s systems developer, told CoinDesk that platforms like this provide a financial incentive for insiders to reveal information in the public interest, thereby “devaluing business models based around proprietary secrecy”.

History of radical schemes

The unSystem team has divided opinion with radical projects like the anonymous Dark Wallet, due for release soon, and Dark Market, a P2P eBay-style platform designed to run outside government control.

Darkleaks, which Taaki said has been in development “on and off for many months”, builds on another proof-of-concept from his team, PayPub, revealed last May.

Unlike Silk Road’s moderated marketplace model, which has proved vulnerable to law enforcement, there are no third parties on Darkleaks who can weigh in on disagreements between sellers and buyers. In fact, buyers and sellers cannot communicate at all.

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VIDEO — 2nd Week of Silk Road Trial: Irony, Contradiction & Tears

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Jan 24, 2015

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The Price of Bitcoin Doesn’t Matter Right Now

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Balloons bearing the bitcoin logo float above the floor at the Inside Bitcoins conference and trade show, on Monday, April 7, 2014 in New York. The balloons are part of a promotional effort by London-based Cloud Hashing, a bitcoin mining company. image credit: Mark Lennihan/AP

by Jerry Brito
WIRED
Jan 14, 2015

The price of Bitcoin has taken bit of a dive over the last couple of days, shedding over 20 percent of its value in the last 24 hours. The sell-off, like other sell-offs and rallies before it, draws a lot of attention and questions about what it means for the future of the technology. Here’s why I don’t focus on price much.

Bitcoin is best thought of as a 5- to 10-year project, and we’re at the very early stages. An (admittedly imperfect) analogy is the early Web.

Like the early Web, Bitcoin is an open platform that no one owns, and on top of which anyone can build without having to get anyone else’s permission. And just like the early Web, success requires investors, entrepreneurs, and developers to build out the infrastructure and applications that will make it useful to average users.

The World Wide Web was conceived by Tim Berners-Lee; he published a paper proposing it in March of 1989. The following year he worked to implement the idea in code, making the first website in December of 1990. The first popular Web browser didn’t come until 1993 when Marc Andreessen and the team at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications released Mosaic. The following year Andreessen started Netscape and released the Netscape Navigator browser in 1994.

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VIDEO — Silk Road/Ross Ulbricht Trial — Ben Swann Interviews Derrick Broze

Damon Shaw
Jan 15, 2015

Derrick Broze talks to Ben Swann about the Silk Road/Ross Ulbricht trial on RT America.


VIDEO — Scams in the Bitcoin Space: Interview with MK Lords

Liberty.me
Jan 3, 2015

Jeffrey Tucker interviews MK Lords based on her experience in the Bitcoin space regarding how to spot shady deals and sketchy operators.


Cody Wilson Speaks Out on Campaign to Dismantle Bitcoin Foundation

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(@southtopia) | Published on January 2, 2015 at 17:18 GMT

Anarchist activist Cody Wilson has officially launched his candidacy for the upcoming Bitcoin Foundation board elections, and reaffirmed his intention to try and disband the organization from within if successful.

Wilson nominated himself with a post on the foundation’s forums on 20th December and has also launched a website to support his campaign.

A staunch opponent of bitcoin regulation or centralization, Wilson is also best known for co-founding Defense Distributed, a donor-funded nonprofit organization that designs and distributes plans for the 3D-printed ‘Liberator’ pistol and ‘Ghost Gunner‘ CNC milling machine.

He was also part of the founding team of DarkWallet, the project to make bitcoin transaction anonymization easy for everyday users.

“I will run on a platform of the complete dissolution of the Bitcoin Foundation and will begin and end every single one of my public statements with that message,” Wilson said in November when he first announced his intention to run.

Notably, the Bitcoin Foundation‘s November announcement that it would wind down its education, outreach and public policy efforts to focus on developing bitcoin’s software core appears not to have weakened his campaign.

Wilson’s recently posted manifesto also does not hold back on its combative rhetoric and disdain for the foundation, with its introduction that states:

“This Bitcoin Foundation … was always an embarrassing exercise in bad faith and state philosophy. It was always a vessel for frauds and second-rate minds to collude against the public. I invite you now to its ritual sacrifice.”

Elections will be held 13-19th February for the individual board seats being vacated by outgoing executive director Jon Matonis and current chief scientist Gavin Andresen. Election committee chair Brian Goss posted an acknowledgement that nominations including Wilson’s had been received. Official confirmations will be posted mid-January.

The foundation board also voted in November to retire the Founding Member seat of chairman Peter Vessenes, to be replaced with an International Chapter Director Seat to represent non-US affiliates. The goal is to eventually have a board 100% elected by foundation members.

Structure is the problem

Speaking to CoinDesk, Wilson said his complaint is not with any individual or group within the foundation, but the structure of the organization itself.

The problem with the Bitcoin Foundation goes all the way back to its inception and original mission, Wilson said, adding:

“The best way to help your business is to be part of a trade group and lobby Congress for preferential or beneficial regulation.”

Rather than forming a body to standardize and protect an open-source technology a la the Linux Foundation, he said, the Bitcoin Foundation gave itself a wider role with lobbying power and creation of global policy strategies.

Incoming executive director Patrick Murck promised a new era of openness and consultation with the foundation’s constituents, and conducted surveys into what members wanted most. This led to the promise to focus only on bitcoin’s technology.

This refocus on development only, however, is superficial and there is no meaningful break with its current incarnation, Wilson believes. He notes that public statements have not changed the foundation’s by-laws, its established channels of communication or its affiliate programs around the world.

Even if current leaders are sincere, those in the near or longer-term future could simply come in and pick up the threads previous lobbying efforts have left in place, he said.

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Cody Wilson’s War: Dark Wallet Co-Founder Plans to Infiltrate, Destroy Bitcoin Foundation

cointelegraph.com
by Armand Tanzarian @ 2014-11-05 06:58 PM

While Americans were going to the polls Tuesday, Upstart Business Journal’s Michael del Castillo reported that Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed and Darkwallet was announcing his own candidacy for the Bitcoin Foundation’s board — and his motives for running were quite clear. Wilson told del Castillo:

“I will run on a platform of the complete dissolution of the Bitcoin Foundation and will begin and end every single one of my public statements with that message.”

It’s nothing personal, Wilson told del Castillo; it’s just that Wilson feels the foundation’s entire existence runs counter to the idea of an unregulated, decentralized economy, which many believe Bitcoin and other blockchain technologies could allow to flourish.

Wilson’s next chance to run would be in early 2015, when Gavin Andresen and Jon Matonis will both have individual seats up for election, according to the foundation’s website. Matonis resigned his position as the foundation’s executive director at the end of October, but he retains his seat on the board through the end of the year.

It is unclear how, in practice, Wilson would actually get elected. “Nominations, as well as voting for candidates, must be done by current Bitcoin Foundation members,” the organization’s website reads.

Bitcoin Foundation’s Evolving Role

The foundation has grown this past year to include 10 affiliates around the world, but there have been notable instances where members of the Bitcoin community have expressed their dissatisfaction with the organization.

Perhaps Bitcoin’s most prominent spokesman, Andreas Antonopoulos resigned as a foundation member, citing what he called “a complete lack of transparency.”

New executive director Patrick Murck addressed that issue in his October 30 blog post on the foundation’s website introducing himself and his plans as the new executive director.

“First, we need to repair our relationship with the Bitcoin community,” Murck wrote. “To do that effectively we may have to take some risks around communications and transparency to show that we can be honestly engaged with the community. That means we may not always say exactly the right thing and we might not always be on message, but we will be authentic in how we interact with the community in the future and I hope that you all get to know the people who work hard to make the Foundation go.”

In the same post, Murck wrote that the foundation’s new focus would be on “standardization through the bitcoin core reference implementation and actively supporting the people building the critical infrastructure that powers bitcoin.”

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Blockchain.info Security Update Results in Stolen Bitcoins

blockchainby Giulio Prisco
CryptoCoinsNews
Dec 8, 2014

The security of the popular Bitcoin wallet Blockchain.info has been often addressed in the news recently. Hundreds of bitcoins have been lost during this Blockchain.info update.

For example, there have been several reports of users losing their funds after using Blockchain.info through the Tor network. In response, the company temporarily blocked all Tor exit nodes, and then started using HSTS as well as providing a dedicated Tor onion address to its Tor population. Blockchain.info was the second company in the world, after Facebook, to receive an SSL certificate for their .onion address.

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5 Inventions That Herald an ”Outernet” Revolution

by Activist Post
Nov 18, 2014

If there is anything good to be said about mass surveillance, overcharging and monopolization by telecom/ISP companies, and government censorship including cell phone and Internet shutdowns as they see fit, it is that these heavy-handed measures only create a stronger desire for freedom.

For many in the modern world, open access to the World Wide Web is being viewed as an essential human right – it is a gateway to knowledge, peer-to-peer communication, innovation and economic opportunity. Basically: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. For the 5 billion people who still do not have access, it represents the universal dream of self-determination.

There are several devices in various stages of development that aim to rectify the gaps in knowledge and communication which keep large portions of humanity enslaved and threaten freedom for the rest of us if the restrictions mentioned above are permitted to flourish. It is clear that some, if not all, of what is mentioned below carry various hurdles and challenges that might be difficult to overcome if widespread adoption is a goal. However, the ideas are there to be expanded upon – and as we know: “There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world, and that is an idea whose time has come.”

1. Lantern – Lantern has officially adopted the term Outernet for its mission of providing free data anywhere in the world. It’s the perfect antithesis to the expanding move to exert control over the IN-ternet.  https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/lantern-one-device-free-data-from-space-forever

2. goTenna – This device enables off-grid communication between any goTenna-connected smartphones, but without the need for cell towers, Wi-Fi, or satellites. It’s like a walkie-talkie on steroids.  http://www.gotenna.com/

3. Cryptocurrencies – Within an Outernet framework cryptocurrencies like bitcoin could become even more powerful. We can imagine one more layer put between their use and the regulators who continue to seek ways to eradicate this powerful peer-to-peer form of economic empowerment.

4. OpenBazaar – A peer-to-peer marketplace with no central server susceptible to shut down or seizure by authorities. By running a program on your computer, you can connect directly to other users in the OpenBazaar network and trade with them. No mandatory fees, and your trade is censorship-resistant. OpenBazaar uses Bitcoin cryptocurrency, and is an open source project, which means the code is publicly available, can be reviewed, and anyone can join the project and suggest changes. This system is in beta testing right now and is expected to be fully released in 2015. https://openbazaar.org/

5. Mesh Networks – Authoritarian governments around the world (including the U.S.) have considered implementing full communications shutdowns during protest. P2P chat apps like FireChat were used by Hong Kong democracy protesters to end-run a potential Internet shutdown and/or cell tower jamming. Similar local-range solutions could be instrumental during natural disasters as well, facilitating community organization, as well as search and rescue when traditional networks might be overloaded. Texting is the first useful app for mesh networks, but imagine combining it with goTenna and Lantern technology as well as P2P markets and the current way we access the Web may soon change altogether.

Do you know of other open-source technologies that are part of this ideological revolution? Please share with others in the comment section below.


VIDEO — “This Is Day One Of A New Age” – Jeffrey Tucker on Bitcoin

Press For Truth
Dec 1, 2014

“We’re entering into a new world, nobody knows anything about this world. We didn’t know that money could be completely produced privately… this is day one of a new age.” Says Jeffrey Tucker of Liberty.Me in this interview with Dan Dicks.

Dan and Jeff talk bitcoin and how it relates to liberty and whether there are any nefarious plans behind the cryptocurrency. Tucker is excited for the future of this money without the state. “I’m really looking forward to this world of alt coins, radical diversity in coinage.”

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“Uncoinventional” Family of Four Begins Bitcoin-Only Holiday Road Trip

28769-bitcoinby Catherine Bleish
Bitcoin Magazine

Nov 13, 2014

A family of four will embark on a three week bitcoin-only road trip over the Thanksgiving holiday. Expenses such as food, gasoline and lodging will all be paid for with the crypo-currency as they journey from Texas to California, Nevada, Colorado, and Missouri.

The goal of the Uncoinventional West Coast Tour is to “Inspire and empower the Bitcoin community to spend bitcoin on food, gasoline and lodging” says Catherine Bleish, Bitcoin author and creator of TheBitMom.com.

This will be the second bitcoin-only road trip for the Blush Family this year. Last June, Catherine, her husband John Bush, and their two children traveled over 4,400 miles from Texas to Washington DC, New York, New Hampshire and Ohio spending bitcoin only, with the exception of several toll roads they encountered along the way.

Despite several obstacles, the family managed to successfully spend over $6,000 in bitcoin using services such as Gyft (gift card service), CheapAir (hotel and flight booking service), and Airbitz (bitcoin business directory and mobile wallet) to find restaurants and hotels along the way.

Their first journey was a huge success, receiving national or local media attention at nearly every stop. The feedback was so great that Gyft, CheapAir, and Airbitz jumped on board to sponsor the West Coast Tour.

“We are ecstatic to support the Uncoinventional Living Tour,” said Paul Puey, CEO of Airbitz. “Cat and John are helping drive Bitcoin adoption as a true currency in everyday life… something strongly inline with the beliefs of the Airbitz team.”

This November, the family will find themselves speaking at the following events: Alt Expo in Austin, Libertopia Conference in San Diego, Liberty on the Rocks in Denver, and Bitcoin Meetups in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.

The family plans to interview Bitcoin companies and activists along the way for John’s bitcoin podcast, SovereignBTC, which received nearly 47,000 listens during their East Coast Tour.

The bitcoin travel space is rapidly changing, presenting new challenges and opportunities for the family.

“A lot has changed in the past six months,” says Catherine Bleish: “for this trip we had to get creative in order to buy gasoline because the company we used last time is no longer active. There is definitely room for new startups in the space.”

The Blush family reports they are excited to hit the road and learn how Bitcoin travel has changed since June. Follow their journey at http://www.uncoinventional.com.

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VIDEO — The Hidden Dangers of Bitcoin

Stefan Molyneux
Nov 6, 2014

Bitcoin is a revolutionary decentralized architecture which can be used for an untold number of incredibly valuable services – including the transfer of financial value. As Bitcoin adoption continues to expand, significant interests are threatened and early users could face an incredibly dangerous backlash. Please protect yourself, a fight is coming…

Sources
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/busines…

https://equities.wedbush.com/clientsi…

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VIDEO — Cody Wilson, Defense Distributed, “The Bitcoin Community Has Sold Out”

The Conscious Resistance
Oct 28, 2014

On Saturday October 25 Derrick Broze caught up with Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed. Cody produced the controversial 3D printed gun, The Liberator. Cody discusses the failures of the bitcoin community, the optimism of libertarians, and Dark Wallet.

Find more videos like this at: http://www.theconsciousresistance.com