Satoshi Nakamoto Gave Us A Catalyst for Pure Capitalism
Sep17

Satoshi Nakamoto Gave Us A Catalyst for Pure Capitalism

Capitalism’s distinction from economic ideologies is that anyone can enter a market, leverage their skill set and have an equal chance to climb the ladder based on their performance. A dictator, ruler, or union doesn’t decide how much your work is worth; the free market does. Some proponents of economic ideologies often mislabel free market capitalism as just another ideology, but they couldn’t be more wrong. Free market capitalism means that the economy is devoid of the regulatory environment required to enable groups or individuals to impose their theories on how an economy should be run through regulation, coercion, or force.

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How Litecoin Is Different Than Bitcoin
Sep04

How Litecoin Is Different Than Bitcoin

Aside from the painstakingly obvious differentiating factors such as total supply, algorithm, and name, there are several distinctions between Litecoin and Bitcoin. Although Litecoin’s leadership and community often sells itself short by dubbing Litecoin as ‘the silver to Bitcoin’s gold’, it has several distinct advantages over Bitcoin.

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South Korea Sets Deadline to End Crypto Account Anonymity
Jan23

South Korea Sets Deadline to End Crypto Account Anonymity

South Korea’s government has been tightening the reins on its vibrant digital currency trading market recently, and that trend shows no sign of slowing. Officials now plan to require more transparency in digital currency transactions by forcing digital currency traders to ensure that they use their real names on crypto exchange accounts, according to reporting from Reuters.

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Former FDIC Chair on Bitcoin: Regulate, But Don’t Ban
Jan20

Former FDIC Chair on Bitcoin: Regulate, But Don’t Ban

The former Chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) recently said that regulators should move to monitor and regulate digital currencies, but argued that the government should not move to ban them. She made the remarks in an appearance on CNBC’s Fast Money, during a panel discussion about a potential crypto crackdown.

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European Commission Report: Organized Illicit Use of Cryptocurrency “Quite Rare”
Jul11

European Commission Report: Organized Illicit Use of Cryptocurrency “Quite Rare”

In a report released at the end of June, The European Commission suggested that organized criminal elements and terrorists rarely use digital currencies for their illicit schemes. The report’s authors concluded that those groups may have a desire to use Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to fuel their activities, but that they often lack the technical expertise needed to make use of the technology.

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