• In late December 2015, at its Mexico City event, the Latin American Bitcoin Conference made history when it auctioned off a copy of the popular bitcoin comic, Bitcoin: The Hunt for Satoshi Nakamoto, for 20.4 bitcoins. At the time of the auction, that amounted to around $10,000 USD. Two men, Rodolfo Andragnes and Sebastian Wain, won the comic book together. Also read: Number of Ethereum Nodes Grows Exponentially Meet the Comic Book Winners: Rodolfo and

    Meet the Guys Who Paid $10,000 for a Bitcoin Comic Book

    | 2016/01/21 8:00 am
  • Bitcoin security has been a focus as of late, with BitStamp losing five million dollars of Bitcoin after being hacked. As a result, many Bitcoiners suggest not using exchanges to store Bitcoin. Instead, offline options, which have never touched the internet, are considered the most secure options for storing Bitcoin. Cold storage, storing your Bitcoin offline, is usually considered the most secure way to store your coins. However, it can be complicated to set up. One alternative

    HODL Wallet – A Metal Bitcoin Wallet

    | 2015/01/19 3:00 pm
  • Satoshi Nakamoto, the famous creator of the Bitcoin protocol, could be anybody in today’s modern world. During his process of technology creation, Nakamoto retained an essence of pure anonymity to thwart any sort of government intrusion. As a side-effect, Bitcoin critics have had trouble analyzing the merits of someone they can’t identify, and they can’t track him down for his fortune. On the opposite end of the spectrum is Bob Galt. In the comic book world

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    | 2014/12/23 3:00 pm