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What are Bitcoins?

What are Bitcoins?

What are bitcoins. Learn all about bitcoins and what they are about.
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Bitcoin on Reddit

Bitcoin on Reddit

There is a large Bitcoin community on Reddit where you can gain valuable information about buying, selling and mining Bitcoins.
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Invest in Bitcoin

Invest in Bitcoin

Investing in bitcoin is a reason why many people are turning to digital currency’s in the hope that they can double or triple their money.
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Get your Bitcoin Wallet

Get your Bitcoin Wallet

Get your Bitcoin wallet fixed before you buy!
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How to Buy Bitcoins with Credit Card, Paypal and Debit Cards

Click here to buy your bitcoins with paypal, credit cards or debit cards on Virwox>>

Use Virwox to buy Bitcoins

Getting hold of bitcoins has not always been so easy with security concerns and privacy issues in the past. However now that bitcoins are becoming more widespread and accepted it will become easier to buy bitcoins. Here is a step by step instruction how to buy bitcoins with credit card.

Virwox was set up as a virtual currency exchange website originally to trade Second Life Lindens (SLL). As you have probably found out it is difficult to find many places to buy bitcoins with credit or debit cards but following these steps you can.

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A Sneak Peek on Popper’s New Book Titled “Digital Gold”

Digital Gold

Last May 19, 2015, the book entitled “Digital Gold: Bitcoin and the Inside Story of the Misfits and Millionaires Trying to Reinvent Money,” by Nathaniel Popper was released. In the book, Popper discusses the history and emergence of bitcoin, the ups and downs of the digital currency, and the people who’ve largely contributed into how it is known today. Widely recognized as a technology and business reporter for New York Times, Popper also highlights how ideology, innovation, and materialism have molded cryptocurrency through the years.

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The very thin line between bitcoin and crime

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“FBI Agents Arrest Bitcoin Gun Buyer in Sting Operation”

“Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme Operator Pleads Not Guilty to Fraud”

“Child sexual abuse websites reported to be accepting bitcoins”


These are just some of the headlines you’ll see about bitcoin being association to crime.

I’m pretty sure most of us are quite tired or bored by all the news about bitcoin’s devaluation. How about bitcoin being used in crimes?

I should say it’s really disturbing how bitcoin has been widely used nowadays by criminals to perform illicit activities.

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Dilemma within the Bitcoin Foundation: What now after Janssens’ revelation?


Last April 4, 2015, the credibility and stability of the Bitcoin Foundation have both been put to test after one of its newest board members claimed that the institution is bankrupt.

Olivier Janssens recently revealed that the electronic currency advocacy group has no money left and that around 90% of its personnel has already been fired. He likewise challenged the integrity of its leadership team which he claimed is mainly focusing on centralizing control over the core development of bitcoin’s freeware.

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United Kingdom: The unanimous financial technology capital of Europe


If only bitcoin happened to be a mortal, it would have been totally bruised and battered after all the fights and controversies it has gone through. Fortunately, it’s continuing to fight its way up, despite negative views from those who don’t totally understand what it really is. If there’s one safe haven where the bitcoin can soothe all the pains and scars, it would be the UK.


Surprised? Well, I honestly can’t blame you. Initially, the Bank of England (BOE) was adamant and critical onto how bitcoin can presumably affect the economy of the country. Now, BOE is one of the firm supporters of digital currency and is just one of those who believe that it can revolutionize the existing banking methods and payment systems.

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Former JP Morgan Chase & Co. executive’s entry in the digital currency trade means more help for the ailing bitcoin

Digital Asset Holdings

Just when most people thought that it’s about to succumb to scandals and controversies, bitcoin has again tried clawing itself on top. Remarkably, the first quarter of the year 2015 marks several developments that are really helpful for the ailing virtual currency. Worth mentioning are as follows:

Coinbase, a bitcoin wallet service provider, got an investment from the New York Stock Exchange.

TeraExchange became the first publicly-listed company that deals with bitcoins.

The Bitcoin Investment Trust of the Digital Currency Group likewise earned regulatory approval and became the first publicly-traded bitcoin fund.

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Earn bitcoins from a reptilian alien invasion iOS game

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There’s nothing even better than playing an iOS game and earning bitcoins at the same time.


Only last March 1, 2015, Tigara Games launched Uranus Attacks! which is its first ever iOS app. The game was developed by Amer Qureshi who for six months also worked on integrating it to the Coinbase application programming interface. This is primarily aimed to reward players, who are able to refer the game to other users, with a small fraction of the bitcoin. The amount of the reward, which is equivalent to around $0.05, is given out in Coinbase wallets.

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Digital currency as a new norm for banking

Last February 25, 2015, the One Bank Research Agenda was launched by the Bank of England (BOE) with aims of determining the effects of monetary policies to current issues like climate change, life spans, and globalization. It highlighted the benefits of digital currencies and also discussed the possibility of creating a BOE-backed cryptocurrency.  Furthermore, it talked about the likelihood of digital currencies becoming the new norm for banking.


A new norm for banking


The Agenda believes that mobile technology will likely grow more and that it’s the discretion of interested banks to investigate how digital currencies are going to influence the traditional ways of banking. It’s a fact that changes like these would entail technological, regulatory, and economic challenges, thus banks should be prepared to address all of them.

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A Not so Smooth Path for Silk Road

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For those not familiar, Silk Road is a defunct digital marketplace for selling and buying illegal goods online like drugs, forged documents, and counterfeit cash. It was officially launched in February 2011 and was operated by Ross William Ulbricht under the pseudonym “Dread Pirate Roberts.” Within two and a half years, it made about 9.5 million bitcoins or about $1.2 billion in sales. In early October 2013, Ulbricht was arrested by federal agents and the online black market for drugs was closed. Last February 5, 2015, Ulbricht was found guilty of several charges like drug trafficking, money laundering, and criminal enterprise. He is now facing 30 years in jail or up to life imprisonment.

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Make the best out of your bitcoins this Valentine’s Day

Love, once again, is in the air. Almost everywhere, you’ll hear love songs or you’ll see colorful bouquets of flowers. Indeed, Valentine’s Day has become more special each and every year. So Bitcoiner, what’s your plan this time?

If you haven’t thought of anything yet, take a look at some of these bright ideas and gifts which you can purchase through bitcoins. Yes, you read it right! You can buy clothes, flowers, or even travel abroad with your loved one using no less than our beloved bitcoin.

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Startup company aims to secure Bitcoin transactions

Bitcoins On Padlock

Bitcoin has been making miserable news recently and has been struggling to collect itself amidst controversies and losses. Despite this, there is one startup company that’s brave enough to weather the storm. Early this year, Des Moines-based Leverage Holdings LLC joined the small ring of companies investing on bitcoins.

For those not familiar yet, Bitcoin is an online payment system that was first introduced in 2008 by a person known only by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.  Currently, Bitcoin is referred to as a digital currency, virtual money, or cryptocurrency. It is unregulated which means that the government has no control to its usage. It likewise bypasses the traditional banking and payment systems, thus it’s a lot faster to transfer. All these positive attributes has made Bitcoin attractive to a substantial number of followers.

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