Monthly archive for March 2014

You Don’t Need A Nobel Prize To Be Wrong About Bitcoin, But It Helps

You Don't Need A Nobel Prize To Be Wrong About Bitcoin, But It Helps

02 Mar 2014 / Forbes – The internet may have brought us unlimited sources of news and opinion, but the New York Times still has powers that few of the new generation can muster. Among those is the ability to claim two Nobel Prize-winning economists among its staff:

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A New Kind of Money: Bitcoin Basics Amidst A Week of Mt. Gox Mayhem

A New Kind of Money: Bitcoin Basics Amidst A Week of Mt. Gox Mayhem

02 Mar 2014 / Knowledge Wharton High School – Dylan Redfield, a sophomore at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School in New Jersey, is crazy about technology. But in Redfield’s case, it’s more than just equipping himself with the latest cool gadgets and clever apps. It’s about raising awareness

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Still got Bitcoin? Protect it from malware, experts warn

Still got Bitcoin? Protect it from malware, experts warn

01 Mar 2014 / PC World – Businesses considering accepting Bitcoins or other forms of cryptocurrency should be prepared to battle a rising number of malware aimed at emptying digital wallets. That’s the takeaway from a new study by SecureWorks, computer maker Dell’s security unit. Researchers found

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What’s Not Being Said About Bitcoin

What’s Not Being Said About Bitcoin

01 Mar 2014 / Tech Crunch – Mt.Gox is gone. The one-time biggest Bitcoin exchange closed its doors this week and filed for bankruptcy this morning. Questions about the future of Bitcoin have once again been up-leveled to the headlines of nearly every major media outlet. Over the

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