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.
Cash is dirty, spreads [...]
reddit.com/r/Bitcoin / by imatworkprobably / July 23, 2013
Just got this feature turned on for my gmail account – http://www.google.com/wallet/send-money/
Wondering if its been used to buy/sell BTC at all?
madbitcoins, Published on Jun 24, 2013
Kathmandu, Nepal — I’m on a fence seeking active returns, and hoping that my long puts will lead to a short call. Here are today’s Mad Bits:
The bitcoin downturn from $115 to $110 has gotten more serious, as prices fall into the $100 to $105 [...]
forexmagnates.com / by Ron Finberg / May 16, 2013
US Feds Attacking Bitcoin! Bitcoin Getting Shut Down Is this the End of Bitcoin
There have been some strong titled headlines since Tuesday evening about bitcoin. But, prices have remained steady, and the network is still up and running, so what’s really going on.
coindesk.com / By Shirley Siluk / May 16, 2013 at 08:55
Google’s not launching its own currency (not yet, anyway), but it does plan to soon let people send each other money as easily as sending an email.
In fact, it’s going to let people send each other money by sending emails. Over coming months, [...]