Crypto-Currencies Will Destroy The Criminal Bankster's Monopoly On Money
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insidebitcoins.com / Bitcoinist.net / Oct 4, 2015 11:30 AM EDT
On October 2 the National Bank of Ukraine warned regional banks and executives of the certain risks using virtual currency. This comes after previous warnings in 2014 with the financial institution giving similar warnings. Due to the Bitcoin conference in Kiev many in the […]
cointelegraph.com / Evander Smart /2015-06-01 10:52 AM
Google has announced its latest foray into the exploding mobile payment market with Android Pay.
Android Pay is, in effect, a follow-up to the struggling Google Wallet brand, which has never caught on since 2011. It joins a market that includes Apple Pay, PayPal, MasterPass, and Visa Checkout. […]
cryptocoinsnews.com / John Weru Maina / February 13, 2015 at 11:02 am CET
Google and Square announced Thursday that they were working on new payment systems that would be able to accept Bitcoin. The move is expected to heat things up in the payments market in general, and with Apple Pay, in particular. Google is […]
dailyfinance.com / by Hal M. Bundrick / Oct 17th 2013 3:12PM
We stopped carrying cash because it was “too dangerous.” Now they’re telling us it’s “too expensive.” Tufts University recently released a study that says cash costs the United States $200 billion each year in fees, theft, and lost tax revenue.
"At any rate, the spook spoke the truth: cryptology represents the future of privacy, and more. By implication cryptology also represents the future of money, and the future of banking and finance. (By "money" I mean the medium of exchange, the institutional mechanisms for making transactions, whether by cash, check, debit card or other electronic transfer.) Given the choice between intersecting with a monetary system that leaves a detailed electronic trail of all one's financial activities, and a parallel system that ensures anonymity and privacy, people will opt for the latter. Moreover, they will demand the latter, because the current monetary system is being turned into the principal instrument of surveillance and control by tyrannical elements in Western governments." - J. Orlin Grabbe