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Free State Bitcoin Shoppe Stops Taking Bitcoin, Recommends Dash

The Free State Bitcoin Shoppe has stopped taking Bitcoin payments for merchandise, and instead recommends Dash for merchants. After a recent visit to the Free State Bitcoin Shoppe, staff informed us that Bitcoin was no longer accepted for purchases at the shop, with customers instead encouraged to purchase with Dash or Bitcoin Cash. Based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the shop ...

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Can You Really Predict Your Favorite Coin’s Success?

Everyone has a favorite coin, that one project that really captured their interest and imagination. Crypto fandom certainly reaches truly high levels of exuberance, with legions loudly insisting that their pet project is the one for the ages. How right are they, though? How much of it is just hot air? What are the real prospects of your favorite coin ...

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How to Buy Dash With A Credit Card!

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Two New Coin Forks Copy Dash Innovations

Two upcoming coins, EtherZero and SAFE, join the long list of Dash imitators. In a press release published by Cointelegraph, EtherZero describes its coming birth as a hard fork of the main Ethereum chain. Comprising nearly the entirety of the heading titled “innovations” is a description of its proposed masternode system: “1: 0 TX fee, meet any requirement of DAPP’ ...

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What Happens to Your Cryptocurrency If You Get Hit By a Bus?

In a previous article, I shared some guidance on how to introduce new people to Dash and other cryptocurrencies: “Introducing FOMO Friends and Family to Cryptocurrencies“. Within that article, we touched upon end-of-life matters. In this article, we expand that topic and give it a bit more consideration. Answer this question: What happens to your cryptocurrency hodlings if you get ...

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Venture Capital Fund Invests in Dash Masternodes

Rockshield Capital indicated it had invested in several blockchain companies, including one holding Dash masternodes. In a recent press release, the Vancouver-based venture capital fund outlined a few of the blockchain-based startups and funds in which it was invested. First on the list was Neptune Dash, an investment company centered around building and operating Dash masternodes. According to the release, ...

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Cryptocurrency Markets Drop $100 Billion on Korea Crackdown #FakeNews

Cryptocurrency markets took a hit on rumors that the South Korean government had raided cryptocurrency exchanges. Several sources such as Reuters reported that tax officials had raided some of Korea’s top exchanges, including industry heavyweight BitHumb, in a crackdown that could see complications for one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency trading hotspots. However, sources closer to the Korean exchange world ...

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Bitcoin Dethroned? Ecosystem Implications of the Ongoing #Flippening

It’s been a great year for Bitcoin, smashing all-time high records last December and propelling the whole cryptocurrency field ever closer to the trillion dollar mark. It has, however, been a terrible year for Bitcoin’s unified dominance over its field, sinking from a near-universal position of power in the high 80s to a present share of just 34%. Here’s a ...

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BitFury De-Anonymizes 1/6 of the Bitcoin Blockchain, Highlights Need for Privacy

BitFury has successfully de-anonymized over 1/6 of the entire Bitcoin blockchain, increasing privacy concerns for cryptocurrency users. Known primarily as a mining company, BitFury has recently entered into the ream of blockchain analysis for aiding law enforcement in criminal investigations. In a Medium article to promote a new analysis whitepaper, BitFury outlines their approach to ending Bitcoin’s assumed privacy. According ...

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