Monthly Archives: March 2013

Is Bitcoin Going To Replace Swiss Banks?

Bitcoin has to be the easiest money to make stealthy that has ever been known to man. What with bank runs ominously brewing in Europe and the capitol restraints put in place by governments to stem the flow, ┬áthe ability … Continue reading

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To Bitcoin or Not To Bitcoin, That Is The Question!

To Bitcoin, or not to Bitcoin, that is the question: Whether ’tis Nobler in the mind to suffer The Slings and Arrows of outrageous money printing, Or to take Arms against a Sea of financial troubles, And by opposing end … Continue reading

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Could the Cyprus Government Mine Bitcoin?

After reading the BBC article “Bitcoin miners hit back at cyber-thieves” I realized (again) how little I knew about how and by whom Bitcoins come into existence. I’m not going to get into the technicalities of mining but rather the … Continue reading

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Cyprus, the Euro and How It Relates to Bitcoin

While reading about the banks re-opening in Cyprus I started thinking about how fundamentally different the fiat money system is from Bitcoin. What particularly struck me was the currency controls. The “officials” have put withdrawal limits in place limiting how … Continue reading

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