The act of buying and selling is Bitcoin’s Achilles’ heel.
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Not one metal has an ‘exemplary’ substitute for all its major uses, says report.
When Wal-Mart stores are having food drives for their employees, something is wrong.
In Silicon Valley, we're not the real customers.
The US might even love it.
Intrepid publications are experimenting with bitcoin micropayments, hoping the digital coins can reimagine loathed paywalls.
It's just like a Metallica ticket line full of teleporting scalpers.
Even if shots have been fired, resistance is expected from those concerned with the bottom line.
Will we spot the next financial collapse before it happens, in the brain of stock brokers?
Automation is the driving force shaping the future economy.
Here's more evidence that the global financial system has been corrupted by more than just shady dealings.
The PRISM scandal and related surveillance programs have dissolved any trust consumers could have in the privacy of US-based servers.
Will Africa's new bitcoin wallet get normal people to start using bitcoin for normal things?
Expiration of the waiver would keep these countries under the economic boot heel of more powerful international economic interests.
The rate of growth is astounding.
For now the tricks are still secret, but there's no secret on how to join the party.
To be clear, anyone who claims to know the direction of bitcoin tomorrow should be taken with a grain of salt.
The founder of Bitcoin ATM wastes no time on a bitcoin-paved information superhighway.
In light of all the buzz surrounding the first widely used digital currency, it's a good time to talk some bitcoin basics.
Will Jeff Berwick's new company launch the first bitcoin-powered ATM in Cyprus?
What gives a shiny rock that has no real utility--outside of jewelry and limited industrial use--any kind of real world value?
Obviously, climate scientists, economists, and activists have been making the case for years that global warming will bear massive, very tangible costs in the not-so-distant future.
The State of the Union will be all about the middle class, but the upper class keeps winning.