Category Archives: Bitcoin Coding

Bitcoin Is Already BETTER Regulated Than Any Government Agency Could Do

As the “regulators” in NY himm and haww about what to do to regulate Bitcoin they walk right past the forest as they look for trees. What they don’t seem to grasp and seem totally clueless to is that Bitcoin … Continue reading

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Re: Upcoming Auction Of Silk Road Coins. A Government Sponsored Bitcoin “IPO”?

With the recent court order of the forfeiture to the government of Silk Road Bitcoins (still pending an appeal if I understand correctly) a public auction of such a large amount of Bitcoin would have all the smells and sounds … Continue reading

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Bitcoin, Literally, May Be “Manna”

Practically everyone, irregardless of their belief, has probably heard of the story of “Manna” from heaven sustaining the Israelites as they fled Egypt. I just remembered an old sermon I heard that said the literal translation of the word “manna” … Continue reading

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Khan Academy’s Series On Bitcoin

What Is IT? Bitcoin – Overview Bitcoin – Proof of work An explanation of cryptographic proof-of-work protocols, which are used in various cryptographic applications and in bitcoin mining. Video by Zulfikar Ramzan. Zulfikar Ramzan is a world-leading expert in computer … Continue reading

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