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SwC Poker: #1 Bitcoin Poker Site

SwC Poker is the largest Bitcoin online poker site in the world.
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Don’t believe the scammers: HECO doesn’t want you to pay in Bitcoin - Crooks are now using the electronic currency, Bitcoin, to rip people off. In some cases, they’re posing as HECO employees.

Don’t believe the scammers: HECO doesn’t want you to pay in Bitcoin - Crooks are now using the electronic currency, Bitcoin, to rip people off. In some cases, they’re posing as HECO employees. submitted by madazzahatter to HIprepared [link] [comments]

Don’t believe the scammers: HECO doesn’t want you to pay in Bitcoin - Crooks are now using the electronic currency, Bitcoin, to rip people off. In some cases, they’re posing as HECO employees.

Don’t believe the scammers: HECO doesn’t want you to pay in Bitcoin - Crooks are now using the electronic currency, Bitcoin, to rip people off. In some cases, they’re posing as HECO employees. submitted by madazzahatter to Honolulu [link] [comments]

Nassim Taleb being interviewed by Ron Paul: "...currencies can be spontaneously created between people, and we may eventually have some kind of organic order coming with electronic currency, Bitcoin or some other coin that will replace government" [27:10]

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Nassim Taleb being interviewed by Ron Paul: "...currencies can be spontaneously created between people, and we may eventually have some kind of organic order coming with electronic currency, Bitcoin or some other coin that will replace government" (Quote at 27:10)

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Nassim Taleb being interviewed by Ron Paul: "...currencies can be spontaneously created between people, and we may eventually have some kind of organic order coming with electronic currency, Bitcoin or some other coin that will replace government" [27:10]

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Nassim Taleb being interviewed by Ron Paul "Other things be spontaneously created between people, and we may eventually have some kind of organic order coming with electronic currency, Bitcoin or some other coin that will replace government" [27:15]

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Services • exchange any electronic currency Bitcoin at a favorable rate

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The social significance of Relictum Pro

The social significance of Relictum Pro
It may seem that blockchain technology is a priority only in the financial sector. This is not true. On this technology, you can implement any database.
The initial emergence of blockchain technology as a tool for conducting transactions with the electronic currency Bitcoin is currently being developed as a stand-alone technology that can be used outside of cryptocurrencies.
For example, the use of blockchain technology in the field of education, scientific documentation and certification excludes forgery of documents. In the future, special permits may be issued in licensed fields of activity: official certificates, instructions and other documents that have a certain status today and require the mandatory availability of a paper version. Areas of implication are endless.
Relictum Pro
Relictum Pro is a complete blockchain platform designed for public, commercial, and private activities.
Relictum Pro is a fully-fledged distributed platform, a 100% reliable electronic data circulation environment for all parameters of human life. It is an ideal Blockchain system with a developed and unrestricted system of smart contracts with new type-properties, where several participants can initiate one event at a time
Relictum Pro is a scalable, hyper-modern blockchain, with a view to the distant future, a product that can be used with more powerful processors, with the latest electronic and computer technologies, including optical and quantum computers.
Applications
Relictum Pro is a smart platform of a distributed registry of the newest generation, designed to formalize (describe) the economic life of a person to exclude intermediaries between participants and record any events (personal livelihoods, logistics, document flow, delivery, transportation, interaction with legal entities, etc.)
Social significance
Solving the problems of existing platforms and having the most advanced parameters, Relictum Pro Blockchain can solve problems on a global economic scale, making our life simpler, more comfortable and safe, making processes transparent and honest.
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The social significance of Relictum Pro

It may seem that blockchain technology is a priority only in the financial sector. The initial emergence of blockchain technology as a tool for conducting transactions with the electronic currency Bitcoin is currently being developed as a stand-alone technology that can be used outside of cryptocurrencies. Relictum Pro is a complete blockchain platform designed for public, commercial, and private activities.
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"How {Jesuit}Fordham, IBM are Teaming on Blockchain"-IBM.com, January 27th 2017--article written by a Jesuit

source : https://www.ibm.com/blogs/think/2017/01/fordham-ibm-blockchain/

"How Fordham, IBM are Teaming on Blockchain

January 27, 2017 | Written by: Joseph M. McShane, S.J. ( a Jesuit)
Categorized: Blockchain
Joseph M. McShane, S.J., President, Fordham University
You may wonder what a 175-year-old Jesuit university in the heart of New York City might have in common with IBM, a global icon of modern technology. Let me assure you that we are linked in ways both deep and longstanding: driven by shared commitments to the human family, to fearless inquiry, and to the proposition that our work should make the world a better place. Given these facts, it will not surprise you to know that the University has had a long and productive partnership with our high-tech, New York neighbor.
Most recently, in 2009, Fordham collaborated with IBM to introduce a new business analytics curriculum to help prepare students for careers in key growth industries, including energy, utilities, and healthcare. In 2011, we expanded this effort with the creation of a new IBM-supported Center for Digital Transformation.
This week, we are strengthening our partnership with an IBM academic initiative designed to educate the next generation of developers and users of blockchain technology: one that establishes the first peer-to-peer, global platform for business and personal transactions.
Originally known as the technology that underpins the electronic currency bitcoin, blockchain is built upon advanced cryptographic technology, making it a secure and fail-safe technology for the digital age. Blockchain works by building consensus between members of a business network, and updates the terms of the contract in real time so that business transactions are completed much faster than before. (IBM’s CEO Ginni Rometty recently predicted that blockchain technology will do for transactions what the Internet did for information.)
As more and more organizations adopt blockchain, they face questions about the technology’s use and its impact on their infrastructure. One of the most fundamental and immediate challenges they face is how to attract the next generation of developers, users and providers of blockchain and train them to build blockchain networks. The technology is so new that currently there is a gulf between global demand and a cadre of trained, technical experts to develop and manage the technology. The IBM Blockchain Academic Initiative will ensure that Fordham alumni help close that gap.
Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, with its emphasis on the emerging areas of business analytics and market intelligence, is recognized as a leader in these areas. Likewise, Fordham Law, also part of this initiative, is a longtime proponent of teaching law from a solid ethical foundation. Our undergraduates are of course strongly encouraged to treat New York as their classroom. As residents of New York City, Fordham students have access to perhaps the largest and most diverse community of public and private resources in the capital of the world.
As part of that community, IBM has chosen Fordham to kick off its new blockchain academic initiative. The goal is to ensure that Fordham – and later, other schools around the world – are adequately preparing our students for the digital transformation that blockchain will bring to business and policy transactions.
To kick off the initiative, on Thursday, January 26, in conjunction with the International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS), we were delighted to host the Fordham-IBM Blockchain Workshop at our Lincoln Center campus. Speakers from the FBI, IBM, Fordham and hedge fund MacKay-Shields offered their thoughts on how academia and students can play a role in advancing blockchain technology in a wide variety of fields and job roles.
Ultimately, this initiative is about the networking of technology and people. Just as blockchain depends on a network of trusted, committed individuals to make it work, so too must private companies, governments and academia collaborate to drive the world’s most promising technologies forward. The IBM Blockchain Academic Initiative is building that community, and I am very pleased that Fordham(Jesuit) is at the head of the class.
Joseph M. McShane, S.J. , President, Fordham University"
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Bitcoin trading illegal in Iceland according to Icelandic Central bank

The following is a rough translation from the business page of Iceland's most prominent newspaper. http://www.mbl.is/vidskipti/fretti2013/12/19/hoftin_stodva_vidskipti_med_bitcoin/
Capital controls stop Bitcoin trading
It is prohibited to engage in foreign exchange trading with the electronic currency Bitcoin, according to the Icelandic Foreign Exchange Act. A written response from the Central Bank of Iceland to Morgunblaðið states that the Foreign Exchange Act specifies general restrictions on foreign exchange trading and capital movements between countries. "It does not appear that the provisions of the Act that exempt goods and services from the aforementioned restrictions can be applied to trading in Bitcoin or that other exemptions from restrictions of the Act apply to such transactions," the Central Banks's response states.
The electronic Currency Bitcoin has made the headlines in recent weeks due to a sharp rise in the currency's value. At it's peak at the end of last month the Bitcoin exchange rate reached over 1,200 dollars. Since then it's value has depreceated considerably and now a Bitcoin costs around 875 dollars.
EDIT:
  • This does not mean Bitcoin is illegal.
  • Mining is legal
  • Owning bitcoin is legal (as of yet)
  • Selling goods and services for bitcoin is legal
  • It is however illegal, according to the Central Bank, to buy bitcoins with fiat.
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How Bitcoin pro is the Pirate Party of Iceland? They are backed by almost half of Iceland's voters

Wikipedia: "The Icelandic Central Bank confirmed that "it is prohibited to engage in foreign exchange trading with the electronic currency bitcoin, according to the Icelandic Foreign Exchange Act".[63]" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legality_of_bitcoin_by_country
As we know Rick Falkvinge, the founder of pirate party is a huge Bitcoin enthusiast. But what do we know about the Pirate Party, did they talked about anything how they are planning to boost Bitcoin in the country?
An obvious start would be to change that Wikipedia page up there.
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Amazon Removes Ledger Nano Wallet From Catalog

Today I received an email from Amazon.
"Hello from Amazon.
We are writing to let you know that the following detail pages have been removed from our catalog:
ASIN: B00UA47IIS, SKU: K0-WXK3-308Z, Title: "ledger wallet nano bitcoin security card (ledger wallet nano)"
This product has been identified as Bitcoins or similar electronic currency. Bitcoins, electronic currency, cash or cash equivalent instruments are prohibited from sale or listing on Amazon.
For more information on our policies, search on "Restricted Products" and "Listing Restrictions" in Seller Help. **Action Required: Within 48 hours of this notice, please review your remaining listings and make any changes necessary to ensure compliance with our policies.
Failure to comply with this request may result in the removal of your selling privileges.
We appreciate your cooperation and thank you for selling on Amazon.com.
Amazon Services
Please note: this e-mail was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming e-mail.Please do not reply to this message."
I still see Trezor though. Hope thats not next.
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[Meta] Any Ideas of what to do?

So paypal Closed my account and banned me from having a paypal or an ebay account last night because I was participating in the Sales of Electronic Currencies (bitcoin and dogecoin) and violating their TOS. Apparently the couldnt even say hey you cant do this, nope they went straight to closing the account. So this is my issues, Does anyone know any other site that i can use for payments? I thought about google wallet but it seemed like i couldnt really use google wallet very many places. So yeah im open to any and all suggestions. I live in the US.
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Bitcoin cash is not an electronic peer to peer currency

Definition of peer: a person of the same age, status, or ability as another specified person.
Bitcoin users were once all miners who could mine blocks individually. They had the same status and ability of each other thus they were peers.
Bitcoin is now a miner to user system on layer one but peer to peer on layer 2 !
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Bank of England to consider adopting cryptocurrency - The Bank of England will examine how Britain could adopt a bitcoin-style digital currency as part of a global group of central banks that have joined together to examine the possible pitfalls of relying on electronic money.

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Arkansas sheriff's office hit by ransomware pays hackers

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An Arkansas sheriff's office paid hackers the equivalent of $2,400 to regain access to hijacked computer files.
Carroll County Sheriff's Office Lt. Daniel Klatt said the department's system was infected Dec. 5 with ransomware, which typically works by encrypting computer files to deny its owner access unless they pay a ransom, often in the electronic currency bitcoin, which is hard to trace.
"This type of attack is designed to deny the owner of the data access to the data whereas in other attacks, people want to steal the data," Klatt told Fort Smith, Arkansas, television station KHBS. Klatt said the department paid three bitcoin - or about $2,400 - to unlock the computer system.
According to the Harrison Daily Times, the hackers encrypted the department's management system, which holds reports, bookings and other day-to-day operational data.
None of the data was stolen and the computer system was operating again on Monday, he said.
Last month, an Indiana County paid $21,000 in ransom after its systems were encrypted by hackers, while a Pennsylvania prosecutor's office paid $1,400 in ransom last year.
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OP - Finnish Bank wrote (relatively) positive article about Bitcoin

Original source: https://www.op.fi/op/op-pohjola-ryhma/uutishuone/?id=80300&srcpl=1#/uutiset/8342/bitcoin_puhuttaa
Translation (partially by google translator)
Bitcoin a hot topic 02/12/2014 , News
Diginatives use it , and investors want to get rich with it. What Bitcoin is all about?
Programming point of view, five years ago, the Internet created an electronic currency bitcoin is a real tour de force . It is a currency that can be used anonymously so that the exchange takes place only for the seller and the buyer. Transaction is moving within bitcoin-network
The difference between a credit card payment is clear. If you pay by credit card, payment always leaves a trace, and the transaction is ultimately between banks .
Also bitcoin keeps a record of transactions, but if the receivers and senders electronic wallets are anonymous, no one knows between who transaction has taken place. There is also no government body that would regulate the value of Bitcoin or the movement .
Bitcoin can not be forged . It is an electronic currency that is based on mathematics , prime numbers and standardized encryption algorithms .
One Bitcoin is determined by the value of bitcoin-exchange sites that work just like the stock exchanges . The price is determined by supply and demand.
Bitcoin can be get by purchasing them from online exchanges with ordinary money or by selling items or services.
To be able to own bitcoins , a computer or mobile phone must have a virtual wallet , which store Bitcoins.
Bitcoin have been joined by other virtual currencies such as the Litecoin , Dogecoin and Fair Quark.
Use ?
What is Bitcoin can be used? Depends on the environment in which you live in. If you do not live on the crest of the technology , you may have not faced Bitcoins at all. In that case you use euros and credit cards and have physical wallet
If you are diginative and live in world of real-time communication and democratization of knowledge, you face bit coin stores and marketplaces online. Operations are global.
Today, there are also firms that pay the salary of Bitcoin .
As the online world there is no national borders , salary or commission paid as bitcoin transaction arrives within seconds.
The risks?
Is it right to warn of the risks , such as the Bank of Finland, European Central Bank and the European Banking Authority ( EBA) are doing?
Bitcoin does not offer protection from hackers or digital thief’s because there is no outside entity turn to if things doesn’t work.
Bitcoin value is based only on trust between users . Bitcoin users , each with their own actions determine how strong or weak the bitcoin evolves.
Investment Property ?
Bitcoin is also the investment. It depends on supply and demand , it rises and falls.
Bitcoin value is already varied significantly. Its value has been launched under the dollar. At most, one Bitcoin value of more than $ 1,000. On February 12, Day one Bitcoin price MtGox service had fallen to $ 554 .
Although value of one Bitcoin value is big, it is split into smaller and smaller fractional numbers , which can be traded .
As like gold which has limited supply, the number of bitcoins stops once 21 million has been reached, aka all Bitcoins has been found by mining.
Mining new bitcoins is for experts because it requires knowledge how to install mining program and create an bitcoin wallet. Guides how to do this can be found from Internet.
And where to store bitcoins safely? Many have solved the issue by storing Bitcoin memory stick and moving the stick a bank safety deposit box .
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Bitcoin BCH - A Peer-To-Peer Electronic Cash System - Aiming To Become The First Global Currency - Imagine a World Without Middlemen, Corruption and Fiscal Abuse!

Bitcoin BCH is aiming to become the first global currency and clearly the world would be far better off if the global economy were based on a sound peer-to-peer electronic cash system. Bitcoin BCH is a must-have vision to stamp-out middlemen, corruption and fiscal abuse.
Bitcoin BCH has proven that on-chain scaling as described in the whitepaper is the correct scaling path. Bitcoin BCH on-chain scaling already enjoys capacity beyond Paypal and has tested blocksizes that scale beyond visa on the Bitcoin BCH testnet and this study looks at Bitcoin BCH processing 50 TXs/Day for 10 Billion people!
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Those currencies (fiat, cryptos, etc.) whose value isn't measured in bitcoins, what will they be measured in? Is there any other electronic alternative to Bitcoin as an standard for monetary value?

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Plainfield cop sold stolen equipment, nabbed in undercover sting, authorities say

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Vincent Saggese, 32, of Metuchen, was arrested Friday and charged with official misconduct and receiving stolen property.
Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey Soriano said Saggese, 32, of Metuchen, met with an undercover agent from the prosecutor's office twice between March 29 and April 17 to negotiate the sale of stolen computer equipment and KnCMiner Neptune computers, which are used to "Mine" for the electronic currency, Bitcoin.
In addition to selling the stolen equipment, Saggese also accepted $250 from the undercover agent in exchange for providing the detective with an address of a license plate owner and to also provide a photo of that person, Soriano said.
Detectives from the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office and the Somerville Police Department patrol division arrested Saggese in Somerville on April 17 without incident, Soriano said.
During a search of Saggese, detectives found a slip in his shirt pocket with the license plate number given to him by the undercover officer, Soriano said.
The money used by the undercover agent for the computers and the $250 for the license plate information were found in a subsequent search of Saggese's vehicle, Soriano said.
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Bitcoin: Your Guide To Understanding Digital Currency [Documentary] Virtual Currencies - Bitcoin Reality of BitCoin Digital Currency Explained  Urdu ... Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Documentary HD Crypto-currency Basics: How To Buy And Sell Bitcoin, Bitcash, Ethereum, and Litecoin

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