Monthly Archives: February 2014

Bitcoin Regulation: East vs. West

I found two recent articles on Coindesk that, when taken together, might point to a major battle between the East and the West when it comes to Bitcoin regulation. And no, I am not talking about China! In this Coindesk … Continue reading

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The Mystery and Voodoo of Money Laundering

Ever since I first heard the term “money laundering” used in relation to Bitcoin I never saw the connection. Pardon me for being thick headed or dim witted but I fail to see how it could ever be a tool … Continue reading

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Bitcoin Generational Bias and Irrationality

I’m at the bottom rung of the baby boomer’s generation, that massive demographic group sometimes described as like a “pig moving through a snake’s belly”. Being at the bottom has some advantages and some disadvantages. By me being there I … Continue reading

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Why The Founding Fathers Would Have Embraced Bitcoin

I don’t watch hardly any television but happened to catch the pre-game shows of the Superbowl on Fox and was pleasantly surprised to hear them read the Declaration of Independence. While I greatly admire the work that Ron Paul has … Continue reading

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Post Offices Consider Being Bitcoin Exchanges?

It would perhaps be one of the biggest ironies ever that one of the institutions hurt most by the advent of the Internet (i.e. the Post Office) could be saved by embracing another disruptive Internet technology (i.e.Bitcoin). In this article … Continue reading

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Whom Do You Trust?

“But some worry about the potential for misuse of unregulated virtual currencies, which are not backed by any government or a commodity like gold, but instead exist entirely as computer code.”  The Baltimore Sun And there were some in our … Continue reading

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