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The U.S. Attorney’s Office Sought To Shut Down Bitcoin In 2012 But Was Not Able To Due To Bitcoin’s Decentralized Nature; This Reveals That Decentralization Is A Critical Survival Mechanism That Needs To Be Safeguarded

If the United States could have shutdown Bitcoin (BTC) early on they would have, and this reveals why decentralization is not just an optional feature of cryptocurrency, but rather a survival mechanism that has to be tightly safeguarded at all times. Specifically, in 2012 the U.S. Attorney’s Office tasked Federal Prosecutor Katie Huan to shut… Read more

Argentinian Government Seeks To Stomp Out Crypto Trading In Order To Decrease Capital Flight Amid Hyperinflation Crisis

The government of Argentina has announced that they are cracking down on cryptocurrency trading in order to curb money laundering and illegal activity. However, it is quite obvious that the real reason for Argentina’s crypto crackdown is the hyperinflation of the Argentinian Peso (ARS). The Argentinian Peso (ARS) was already experiencing over 50% inflation in… Read more

145 Of The Bitcoin Addresses That Craig Wright Claims To Own Have Just Been Signed By Their Actual Owner, Confirming That Craig Wright Has Committed Perjury

The Craig Wright versus the Estate of Dave Kleiman court case just got even juicier. Now there is definitive proof that Wright submitted fraudulent documents to the court, and there is no way for Wright to wiggle out of this situation. Essentially, the court case involved 1 million Bitcoins (BTC) that Wright and Kleiman mined… Read more

All Of The Articles Spinning Blockchain-Based National Digital Currencies As A Good Thing Are Wrong, The Real Reason That Governments Are Pushing For Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) Is To De-Anonymize Society And Gain Power

There have been countless articles posted on crypto news sites regarding Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC), i.e. state sponsored blockchain-based digital currencies that are equivalent to a nation’s fiat currency. Indeed, numerous nations are either thinking of launching a CBDC, such as the United States, are in the final stages of developing a CBDC, such… Read more

It’s Bitcoin Pizza Day! The Day Someone Spent 10,000 Bitcoins On A Mediocre Pizza Dinner!

Usually when someone buys pizza from Papa Johns they will be extremely happy and eat to their heart’s content, but by the morning the pizza is only a vague memory and all that remains is a parched feeling from overdosing on salt. However one man in Florida named Laszlo Hanyecz will never forget a particular… Read more

The Crypto Mining Sector Is Undergoing A Paradigm Shift: Roughly 50 EH/s Of Mining Rigs Equivalent To 50,000,000 TH/s Have Been Shut Off

The Bitcoin (BTC) block halving has come and gone, and for most of the crypto space it is now business as usual. However, the Bitcoin (BTC) mining sector is experiencing a complete paradigm shift as a tremendous amount of mining equipment is forced to shut off due to lack of profitability. This spells big trouble… Read more

The Wallet From 2009 Which Became Active Yesterday Was On Craig Wright’s List Of 16,000 Bitcoin Addresses That He Provided To The Court, And This Puts Wright Between A Rock And A Hard Place

Yesterday a Bitcoin (BTC) wallet that has been inactive since February 9 2009 suddenly came to life and sent 10 Bitcoins (BTC), sparking speculation that Satoshi had returned and was getting ready to dump his coins. One of the most interesting aspects of this situation however is that Craig Wright is now in a sticky… Read more

The Estate Of Dave Kleiman Claims That Wright Has The Private Keys To 820,200 Bitcoins, Since $1.6 Million Of These Bitcoins Have Been Moved, But Also Shows Proof That The List Is A Complete Forgery

The case of Craig Wright versus the Estate of Dave Kleiman is reaching a new intensity following a transaction sent from an extremely old Bitcoin (BTC) wallet. Now the Estate of Dave Kleiman has submitted a 26 page motion that is filled with proof that Wright is continuing to lie and play games with the… Read more


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Market

145 Of The Bitcoin Addresses That Craig Wright Claims To Own Have Just Been Signed By Their Actual Owner, Confirming That Craig Wright Has Committed Perjury

The Craig Wright versus the Estate of Dave Kleiman court case just got even juicier. Now there is definitive proof that Wright submitted fraudulent documents to the court, and there is no way for Wright to wiggle out of this…

All Of The Articles Spinning Blockchain-Based National Digital Currencies As A Good Thing Are Wrong, The Real Reason That Governments Are Pushing For Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) Is To De-Anonymize Society And Gain Power

There have been countless articles posted on crypto news sites regarding Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC), i.e. state sponsored blockchain-based digital currencies that are equivalent to a nation’s fiat currency. Indeed, numerous nations are either thinking of launching a CBDC,…
The Crypto Mining Sector Is Undergoing A Paradigm Shift: Roughly 50 EH/s Of Mining Rigs Equivalent To 50,000,000 TH/s Have Been Shut Off
The Bitcoin (BTC) block halving has come and gone, and for most of the crypto space it is now business as usual. However, the Bitcoin (BTC) mining sector is experiencing…
The Wallet From 2009 Which Became Active Yesterday Was On Craig Wright’s List Of 16,000 Bitcoin Addresses That He Provided To The Court, And This Puts Wright Between A Rock And A Hard Place
Yesterday a Bitcoin (BTC) wallet that has been inactive since February 9 2009 suddenly came to life and sent 10 Bitcoins (BTC), sparking speculation that Satoshi had returned and was…

Tech

Deep Dive Of The Email Conversation On The Cypherpunks Mailing List From When Bitcoin Was First Launched Publicly On January 8 2009
On January 8 2009 Satoshi Nakamoto posted an e-mail to the Cypherpunks mailing list titled ‘Bitcoin v0.1 released’. Essentially, this…
Bitcoin’s Developers Are Now For The Most Part Funded By Corporations, Which Could Pose A Centralization Problem
BitMEX Research compiled a report on how Bitcoin (BTC) development is being funded, and apparently the majority of Bitcoin (BTC)…
Coinbase Directly Integrates With DeFi Platforms To Create A Streamlined Crypto Savings Experience
Coinbase has announced that they have directly integrated with decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms like Compound and dYdX to create a…
Bakkt Piloting Direct Payment Integration With Starbucks
Since 2018 Bakkt has been promising to revolutionize the crypto space by partnering with major retailers like Starbucks and offering…

Security

In What Could Be A Crypto First, Hacker Who Stole $25 Million Of Funds From dForce Returns The Money, After His IP Address Was Sent To The Singapore Police

Usually when a hacker steals money from a crypto exchange they are never found and the money is never returned, no matter how hard the police try to investigate. With the proper anonymization techniques the hacker can disappear like a ghost. However, in what could be a crypto first, the dForce hacker who stole $25…
DeFi Chaos: dForce Loses 99% Of Its Assets In $25 Million Hack, Uniswap Simultaneously Hacked For $300,000
Decentralized finance (DeFi) platform dForce has lost $25 million in a hack, which is 99% of its assets. This happened only a day after Uniswap lost $300,000 in a hack…
A Man Lost His Password To An Encrypted File Which Contained $300,000 Of Bitcoin, But A Cryptographer Successfully Cracked It And Recovered The Bitcoin
In 2016, during the depths of a long crypto bear market, a man purchased $10,000-$15,000 of Bitcoin (BTC), and placed the private keys in an encrypted file. Eventually he lost…
Bitcoin Source Code To Be Stored Deep Under The Arctic Ice, Making Bitcoin Nuclear War And Asteroid Proof
Bitcoin’s (BTC) source code will be stored deep under the Arctic ice in Norway this Spring, on film that is meant to last 1,000 years. This will mean that even…

Regulation

It Doesn’t Make Sense That Cryptopia Shutdown Due To A $3.2 Million Hack, Since They Still Have Over 90% Of User’s Funds Worth Over $100 Million

Back in January 2019 Cryptopia was hacked for roughly $3.2 million. At the time the hack seemed really bad, and lots of users were saying that it was an exit scam. Cryptopia has never been reopened since then. However, over…

The Crypto-Currency Act of 2020 Has Been Officially Proposed in the United States Congress

Paul Gosar, the Republican Congressman from Arizona, has officially proposed the Crypto-Currency Act of 2020. Although the title of the bill does not spell the word cryptocurrency correctly, it does aim to provide a clearer regulatory framework for cryptocurrency in…
New South Korean Law Will Properly Regulate The Crypto Industry
South Korea has passed the Special Finance Information Law, which will provide proper regulation for the cryptocurrency industry in South Korea, which is much needed considering the excessive amounts of…
Indian Supreme Court Removes The Crypto Exchange Ban
In April 2018 the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), which is the Central Bank of India, effectively banned crypto exchanges and severely restricted crypto businesses by barring banks from serving…

Opinion

It’s Bitcoin Pizza Day! The Day Someone Spent 10,000 Bitcoins On A Mediocre Pizza Dinner!

Usually when someone buys pizza from Papa Johns they will be extremely happy and eat to their heart’s content, but by the morning the pizza is only a vague memory and all that remains is a parched feeling from overdosing on salt. However one man in Florida named Laszlo Hanyecz will never forget a particular…
Halving Day Has Come And Gone, And Craig Wright Didn’t Destroy Bitcoin After All
In September 2018 Craig Wright unleashed this absolute gem of a post. Basically, Wright claimed that he was going to sell a ton of Bitcoin (BTC) while matching with a…
The Bitcoin Time Traveler’s Forecast Has Busted
Back in 2013 a self-proclaimed time traveler made a forecast for Bitcoin’s price in the years to come, with the ultimate prediction being that Bitcoin would become the primary global…
John McAfee’s Bet That Bitcoin Would Hit $1 Million By The End Of This Year Has Gone Horribly Awry
In the middle of July 2017, as Bitcoin (BTC) steadily climbed out of a bear market, John McAfee bet that Bitcoin (BTC) would hit $500,000 by the end of 2020,…
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