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  • Kraken Acquires Bitcoin Data Firm, CEO Explains Growth & Vision, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    Leading global Bitcoin exchange Kraken finalized its acquisition of yet another Bitcoin company in Cryptowatch this week, to offer a variety of ... Read more
  • Re: I WANT AN ESCROW BITCOIN SCRIPT LIKE THIS<<, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    I have one Kindly send me a message dagol.wr@Gmail.com or here
    Be careful if you're dealing with him.According to google's search results,he is banned from leakf... Read more
  • Re: BlockChan - Censorship Resistant Message Board, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    I am curious to know how this validates messages using the Blockchain? Would you have to ma...
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  • Is this real life? My magic internet money is going out of this solar system lol., par /u/rangerdude84, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
    Is this real life? My magic internet money is going out of this solar system lol. submitted by /u/rangerdude84
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    Read more /u/rangerdude84
  • Re: MiniFaucet Script (a MyFaucet replacement), 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Nothing happens(( the admin panel there is a blank page(( Read more
  • Re: Posibility of a free bitcoin mixer, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    I am wondering if we can have a network, each node is a person stake a few coins, and coins can be freely change ownership inside the network.
    Are we talking... Read more
  • Bitcoin Price Overtakes Gold Price for the First Time Ever, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    The price of Bitcoin (BTC) has surpassed the gold price per ounce for the first time ever, making some investors view the cryptocurrency as the new ... Read more
  • Bitcoin and Gold Equal in Price As Venezuela Sell-Off Imminent, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    Bitcoin and gold are at the same price, the metal having lost 10 percent amid concerns Venezuela will convert billions of dollars' worth to repay debts. Read more
  • Bitcoin's SegWit Activation is Only A Matter of Time, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    Scaling bitcoin remains one of the more pressing matters in the cryptocurrency space right now. Although it may take a few more months until a viable ... Read more
  • Re: Posibility of a free bitcoin mixer, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Why do you need a mixer when you can use cryptonote and have mixing built in? Switch to the future of coins my man. Read more
  • BTC be like...., par /u/Harpua1983, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
    BTC be like.... submitted by /u/Harpua1983
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    Read more /u/Harpua1983
  • 1.57 Million Dollar Buy on Gemini, par /u/btccoiner, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
    1.57 Million Dollar Buy on Gemini submitted by /u/btccoiner
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    Read more /u/btccoiner
  • NewsWatch: Snap shares soar in debut after largest IPO since 2014, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: MarketWatch.com - bitcoin :: RSS
    Snap Inc. shares opened up 41% Thursday morning, as the Snapchat parent company made its highly anticipated debut on the New York Stock Exchange. Read more
  • Gold 2.0 (Bitcoin) Price Now Higher Than Gold 1.0 (Gold), par Paul Vigna and Ben Eisen, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: bitcoin on WSJ moneybeat :: RSS
    Gold 2.0 is now pricier than gold 1.0.
    The price of bitcoin surged on Thursday to a fresh record, trading as high as $1,252. That is above the previous all-time high of $1,242 that the currency set back on Nov. 29, 2013, on the Mt. Gox exchange before that exchange’s collapse (because that price was recorded only on Mt. Gox, it generally was not regard as the currency’s “real” record high, though it was a real price paid).
    More notably, the new high is symbolically important for this reason: It’s above the price of gold. The price on the most active gold futures contract on Thursday was down 0.7% at $1,241. That means that, at least for the time being, gold 2.0 has reached parity with gold 1.0.
    While it’s debatable whether or not one bitcoin is the equivalent of one ounce of gold, if the prices hold, it would mark bitcoin’s first-ever “close” above gold, according to data from WSJ’s Market Data Group. That’s notable for bitcoin, and the groups that are promoting it as a 21st-century version of gold, a modern, digital, store of value.

    The current gains come on top of a surge that’s been building since January. The immediate driver is anticipation that at least one of three current proposals for a bitcoin exchange traded fund could be approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The review period on two of them have deadlines this month: The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust (March 11) and SolidX Bitcoin Trust (March 30). A third, the Bitcoin Investment Trust from Grayscale, is already quasi-public, trading on the over-the-counter market, and has about $200 million in assets under management. Grayscale applied with the SEC in January for approval to list its ETF on the New York Stock Exchange.
    If approved, the Winklevoss trust would trade on Bats Capital Markets, which this week closed its acquisition with CBOE Holdings. SolidX would trade on the NYSE, if approved.
    Grayscale’s ETF on Thursday was up 2.1% at $119.50. That is closer to its net asset value, which was $113 as of yesterday. That premium was much wider when the odds of an SEC approval seemed lower. As anticipation of a “yes” from the SEC have risen – despite the fact that the SEC has not commented publicly – the premium of the price to the NAV has been steadily declining.
    Gold and bitcoin don’t exactly trade in lock-step, and while they do have obvious differences (one’s made of metal one’s made of digits), there are also some similarities. One of gold’s biggest investment cases is as a hedge against inflation, which is usually caused by monetary policy. Bitcoin in the past couple of years has seen its biggest surges come during times of stress in the fiat world, for instance, during the Cyprus crisis of 2013. Both, therefore, are seen as hedges against government policies. [wsj-responsive-more-in tag="Bitcoin" category="" ]
    Gold’s price dropped from just over $1,300 before the U.S. election to about $1,130 in late December. It has been generally rising since then, trading as high as $1,258 on Feb. 27. Bitcoin was trading around $700 before the election, rose as high as $1,130 in early January – coming close to gold’s price – then plunged more than 20% in two days. It has been rising since.
    Having a bitcoin ETF trading on a traditional, fully regulated capital market would open up the bitcoin industry to Wall Street’s deep investor pools. While there’s nothing preventing any investor from buying bitcoin directly, it is a process that takes a fair amount of technical knowledge, especially to mitigate the risks of loss or theft. The idea behind an ETF is that it would give investors and avenue for investing in the digital currency, while shielding them from some of the direct risks of investment.
    Whether the SEC feels these ETFs are structurally sound and provide investors with fair protections will be known soon enough. How many members of Wall Street’s investor class want to get into the cryptocurrency space will be known after that.
    For more insight into stocks and bonds, deals and dealmakers, the economy and business, be sure to subscribe to the MoneyBeat podcast.
      Read more Paul Vigna and Ben Eisen
  • Gold 2.0 (Bitcoin) Price Now Higher Than Gold 1.0 (Gold), par Paul Vigna and Ben Eisen, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: bitcoin on WSJ moneybeat :: RSS
    Gold 2.0 is now pricier than gold 1.0.
    The price of bitcoin surged on Thursday to a fresh record, trading as high as $1,252. That is above the previous all-time high of $1,242 that the currency set back on Nov. 29, 2013, on the Mt. Gox exchange before that exchange’s collapse (because that price was recorded only on Mt. Gox, it generally was not regard as the currency’s “real” record high, though it was a real price paid).
    More notably, the new high is symbolically important for this reason: It’s above the price of gold. The price on the most active gold futures contract on Thursday was down 0.7% at $1,241. That means that, at least for the time being, gold 2.0 has reached parity with gold 1.0.
    While it’s debatable whether or not one bitcoin is the equivalent of one ounce of gold, if the prices hold, it would mark bitcoin’s first-ever “close” above gold, according to data from WSJ’s Market Data Group. That’s notable for bitcoin, and the groups that are promoting it as a 21st-century version of gold, a modern, digital, store of value.

    The current gains come on top of a surge that’s been building since January. The immediate driver is anticipation that at least one of three current proposals for a bitcoin exchange traded fund could be approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The review period on two of them have deadlines this month: The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust (March 11) and SolidX Bitcoin Trust (March 30). A third, the Bitcoin Investment Trust from Grayscale, is already quasi-public, trading on the over-the-counter market, and has about $200 million in assets under management. Grayscale applied with the SEC in January for approval to list its ETF on the New York Stock Exchange.
    If approved, the Winklevoss trust would trade on Bats Capital Markets, which this week closed its acquisition with CBOE Holdings. SolidX would trade on the NYSE, if approved.
    Grayscale’s ETF on Thursday was up 2.1% at $119.50. That is closer to its net asset value, which was $113 as of yesterday. That premium was much wider when the odds of an SEC approval seemed lower. As anticipation of a “yes” from the SEC have risen – despite the fact that the SEC has not commented publicly – the premium of the price to the NAV has been steadily declining.
    Gold and bitcoin don’t exactly trade in lock-step, and while they do have obvious differences (one’s made of metal one’s made of digits), there are also some similarities. One of gold’s biggest investment cases is as a hedge against inflation, which is usually caused by monetary policy. Bitcoin in the past couple of years has seen its biggest surges come during times of stress in the fiat world, for instance, during the Cyprus crisis of 2013. Both, therefore, are seen as hedges against government policies. [wsj-responsive-more-in tag="Bitcoin" category="" ]
    Gold’s price dropped from just over $1,300 before the U.S. election to about $1,130 in late December. It has been generally rising since then, trading as high as $1,258 on Feb. 27. Bitcoin was trading around $700 before the election, rose as high as $1,130 in early January – coming close to gold’s price – then plunged more than 20% in two days. It has been rising since.
    Having a bitcoin ETF trading on a traditional, fully regulated capital market would open up the bitcoin industry to Wall Street’s deep investor pools. While there’s nothing preventing any investor from buying bitcoin directly, it is a process that takes a fair amount of technical knowledge, especially to mitigate the risks of loss or theft. The idea behind an ETF is that it would give investors and avenue for investing in the digital currency, while shielding them from some of the direct risks of investment.
    Whether the SEC feels these ETFs are structurally sound and provide investors with fair protections will be known soon enough. How many members of Wall Street’s investor class want to get into the cryptocurrency space will be known after that.
    For more insight into stocks and bonds, deals and dealmakers, the economy and business, be sure to subscribe to the MoneyBeat podcast.
      Read more Paul Vigna and Ben Eisen
  • North Dakota Bitcoin Bill Fails in House Vote, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    The bill sought to study "the feasibility and desirability of regulating virtual currency, such as bitcoin", according to the original text. At the moment, the ... Read more
  • Re: Posibility of a free bitcoin mixer, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    If exchange being regulated, for example, Chinese based exchanges, prevent you from withdrawn if exceed some amount.
    In US, if exchange issue a tax statement for bitcoin going out, then it will defeat the purpose of doing this.

    I just want to point out... Read more
  • Bitcoin and Gold Equal in Price As Venezuela Sell-Off Imminent, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS

    Bitcoin and gold are at the same price, the metal having lost 10 percent amid concerns Venezuela will convert billions of dollars’ worth to repay debts. Read more
  • Bitcoin and Gold Equal in Price As Venezuela Sell-Off Imminent, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Alltop - bitcoin :: RSS

    Bitcoin and gold are at the same price, the metal having lost 10 percent amid concerns Venezuela will convert billions of dollars’ worth to repay debts. Read more
  • Bitcoin and Gold Equal in Price As Venezuela Sell-Off Imminent, par CoinTelegraph by William Suberg, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: CoinTelegraph.Com News :: RSS

    Bitcoin and gold are at the same price, the metal having lost 10 percent amid concerns Venezuela will convert billions of dollars’ worth to repay debts. Read more CoinTelegraph by William Suberg
  • North Dakota Bitcoin Bill Fails in House Vote, par Pete Rizzo, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: CoinDesk :: RSS
    A bill that would have enabled North Dakota's government officials to study virtual currency regulation has failed.
    Source Read more Pete Rizzo
  • Bitcoin Scaling Problem, Explained, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    Bitcoin runs on the software created by a programmer or a group of programmers known as Satoshi Nakamoto back in 2007-09. Despite the many ... Read more
  • The gap between N.J.’s rich and poor keeps growing | Editorial, 2 March 2017

    Thursday 2 March 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS
    “Poor” is a relative term when it comes to the incredible patchwork of Garden State counties. In Bound Brook, the municipality rated the poorest in Somerset County according to the 2011-2015 Census of Median Household Incomes, the lowest-earning family brought in $62,000 a year. Poverty rate: 10.7 percent Travel just 75 miles south and you’ll [...] Read more
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