Bitcoin

Why cyber currency Bitcoin is trading at an all-time high
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Bitcoin sounds like something from science fiction: A purely digital currency, created by an anonymous hacker, that operates outside the world's traditional banking systems. The four-year-old currency is very real, though, and it's trading an all-time …

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This Is How Bitcoin Could Die
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Both the market-based and technological vulnerabilities are protected from the profit-motive perspective, in that any person or group wouldn't be incentivized to corner the bitcoin market or monopolize mining since it would subsequently destroy bitcoin …

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An optimistic theory of Bitcoin as a 'hedge against the entire global currency …
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Data from Mt. Gox, which handles 76 percent of the Bitcoin currency trading in the world and essentially sets the market price, does not bear this out. The exact combination of factors is impossible to say, but it's more likely that an artificial …

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Bitcoin: the fastest growing currency in the world – video
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Bitcoin is an unregulated, uncontrolled online currency – worth more than £500m, it’s the world’s fastest growing. It can be used to buy drugs, move money across the world, or get rich quick. The people behind Bitcoin speak to the Guardian’s James Ball at their home in a squat in central London.

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US to regulate Bitcoin currency at its all-time high
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LOOKS like Bitcoin has got too big to ignore. Virtual currencies are to be regulated by the US Treasury after the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) moved to clarify their status under anti-money-laundering laws. The move comes as Bitcoins …

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Barons of Bitcoin: the Tokyo-based powerhouse that controls the world's …
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Right now, it's processing about 76 percent of all Bitcoin currency trades around the world, which translates to around $6 million worth of Bitcoin trades per day. That means roughly $60,000 in revenue for the tiny company, minus salaries for its 18 …

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