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Six myths about Bitcoin

Myth: No one knows who started Bitcoin.Truth: “Satoshi Nakamoto” is a fictional name for a single person, or, potentially, a group of people who wish to remain out of the public eye. Since they’ve managed to do this so far, it’s likely that they have...

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Know Your Exchange – Part 2

Part two of a three-part series. Governments have “Know Your Customer” laws a.k.a. KYC. Should Bitcoiners create “Know Your Exchange” rules as well? Many governments have issued strong-arm caution statements that strongly discourage their citizens fr...

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Know Your Exchange – Part One

This is the first part of the three-part investigative series that will take a closer look at those digital currency exchanges that sometimes operate as if it were the Wild Wild West. Currently, there is little to no oversight or regulation for the e...

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Bitcoin Explained to the Retired Folks

This article is intended as an introduction to the concepts of bitcoin that might be of interest to those people that are retired. The reader is expected to have only basic internet web browsing and email knowledge. The questions and answers are give...

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Know Your Exchange – Part Three

Foreign Government Risk. In addition to trusting the digital currency exchange one might also consider the government that makes or changes the laws in the country in which the exchange operates. Governments have coordinated together and created laws...

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A World Currency – Not a New Idea

With the rise of Bitcoin and other potential cryptocurrencies that represent mobile money without borders, it may seem like this is a completely new idea. While the technologies being used may be new, the idea of a World Currency has been around for ...

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