Category Archives: Virtual currencies

Has Bitcoin failed?

This is the first proposition of a serious paradigm shift I have come across since I first learned about Bitcoin. A must read blog to gather lessons learned before taking on the future of Blockchain applications. As with any payment … Continue reading

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Russia’s bitruble to be world’s first state-controlled cryptocurrency

Bitruble will be very similar to Bitcoin, but unlike any other cryptocurrency, it will be regulated by the Russian Central Bank Source: Russia’s bitruble to be world’s first state-controlled cryptocurrency | Russia & India Report

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The Most Valuable Aspect of Bitcoin: Its Versatile Ledger Technology

The Most Valuable Aspect of Bitcoin: Its Versatile Ledger Technology | MIT Technology Review.

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10 Big Banks That Are Seriously Looking into Blockchain Technology

10 Big Banks That Are Seriously Looking into Blockchain Technology.

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Alternative to eliminate Bitcoin rate volatility

Merchants. This smart app eliminates the high price volatility that is keeping so many merchants away from accepting Bitcoin. However, it acts more like an exchange rate locking deal since merchants still have to wait 2 business days to get … Continue reading

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Bitcoin and the Dólar Blue in Argentina

Bitcoin and the Dólar Blue in Argentina — Medium. The only consolation to tight foreign exchange controls in Argentina is the amazing promotional effect it is making in driving Bitcoin adoption. There is always a bright side for what seems … Continue reading

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Decentralizing Digital Identity

Continuations : Decentralizing Identity. This is an interesting overview on the different options out there seeking to decentralize digital ID. I agree that the future points in that direction, and would be even more important once the use of Bitcoin … Continue reading

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