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Nipsey Hussle Fatal Shooting Is a Blow to Rap Music and to Bitcoin

Nipsey Hussle, the LA rapper and cryptocurrency advocate was shot dead yesterday outside his clothing store in LA. His Sudden Death Is a Shock to Many The 33-year-old artist’s sudden violent death is a tragedy for his family and friends, a devastating blow to his fans, and to Bitcoiners everywhere as well. Not everyone knew [Read More]

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Blankfein and Bloomberg on Small Business, Bitcoin, Taxes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHnfon5uX5M Nov.30 — Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and chief executive officer at Goldman Sachs, and Michael R. Bloomberg, founder and majority owner at Bloomberg LP, discuss small businesses, bitcoin, and the pending U.S. tax overhaul. They speak with Bloomberg’s Alix Steel on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.”

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Shows Off His (Casa) Bitcoin Full Node

Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, took another step towards financial sovereignty yesterday when he tweeted about his new toy, a Casa Bitcoin full node. Mi Casa Es Su Casa The Casa Node is a plug-and-play solution for running your own full Bitcoin and Lightning Network node at home. Running a Bitcoin full node allows you to [Read More]

Chase Bank Closes My Business Account after Selling Bitcoin with Cash Payments!


Lightning Network Upgrade, Ditching Visa, XPhone & The Crypto Unbanked


Major US Retailer Ditches Visa – Now Considering Bitcoin’s Lightning Network

US retail giant, Kroger, is no longer accepting Visa credit cards at its chain of Smith’s food and drug stores. So Anthony Pompliano tweeted an offer to hook them up with Bitcoin’s Lightning Network nationwide. Fees-a Not Accepted Here It all started on Friday when Kroger announced the move to no longer accept Visa credit [Read More]

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Alludes to Spending $10,000 a Week on Bitcoin

On a podcast earlier this week, Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey alluded to spending $10,000 weekly on Bitcoin

Bitcoin (BTC) Demand Could Stem From Increasing Bank Scandals

Bitcoin prices consolidating but bullish Obscure banks real culprits in money laundering Transactional volumes drop below average Findings indicate that centralized global banks are agents of money laundering and not Bitcoin or cryptocurrencies as peddled by mainstream media. With high transparency level of public blockchains as Bitcoin’s, the native coin, BTC stands to be the [Read More]