Daily Archives: 29.05.2019

This Gallery Is Selling Indigenous Australian Art for Bitcoin | Bitcoin Magazine

This Gallery Is Selling Indigenous Australian Art for Bitcoin Things you can buy with bitcoin: AT&T’s services, airfare, pretty much anything using gift cards through Bitrefill, pizza, drugs (duh) and now, Indigenous Australian art. Yes, you read that right. The Indigenous Fine Art Gallery (IFAG) in Australia now accepts bitcoin for its “museum-quality art from Australia’s most collectible Indigenous artists.” ...

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Five Keys to Inner Strength From Five Years in Prison | Bitcoin Magazine

Five Keys to Inner Strength From Five Years in Prison October 1, 2018, marked five years since I was imprisoned. My physical surroundings today are ironically similar to what they were after my arrest back in 2013. I’m in the SHU again (Special Housing Unit, aka “the hole”). It means permanent lockdown, separated from the general prison population, in a ...

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Cryptopia Turns to a U.S. Court for Account Holder Data Protection | Bitcoin Magazine

Cryptopia Turns to a U.S. Court for Account Holder Data Protection In the latest development over its security breach, cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia has filed for bankruptcy protection in the U.S. The New Zealand-based exchange, which has been dealing with the fallout of a January 2019 hack, went into liquidation and stopped all trading earlier this month. Cryptopia's assigned liquidator, Grant ...

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Cartoon: Driving Sheep | Bitcoin Magazine

Cartoon: Driving Sheep Industry regulators are finally catching up with blockchain companies that have dubiously defined their tokens as "utilities" (therefore avoiding the strict issuing and management requirements of "securities"). The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has publicly brought a number of enforcement actions against over 20 such companies and individuals, which is encouraging the rest of the blockchain industry ...

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Review: Mysteries of Mars

Mysteries of Mars by Fabio Vittorio De Blasio Springer Praxis, 2018 paperback, 204 pp., illus. ISBN 978-3-319-74783-5 US$29.99 This summer is shaping up to be the summer of the Moon. The 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 is the major reason for that interest, although NASA’s accelerated push to return humans to the Moon—now by 2024, rather than 2028—is also playing ...

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