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February, 2015

Hackers use Cryptoware Against Police for Bitcoin Ransom

Computer hackers have been attacking government offices and private industry for decades in the pursuit of extorting millions of U.S. Dollars. Now, the digital …

Net Neutrality Vote a Victory for Free Speech

WASHINGTON – The Federal Communications Commission approved new regulations today reclassifying Internet providers as “common carriers” under Title II of the Communications Act. The …

Cuban Youth Built A Secret Internet Network

Cut off from the Internet, young Cubans have quietly linked thousands of computers into a hidden network that stretches miles across Havana, letting them …

Google May Introduce Bitcoin on New Payment System

Google and Square announced Thursday that they were working on new payment systems that would be able to accept Bitcoin. The move is expected …

New Bretton Woods Could Help Europeans Currencies Again

The common man watching a slow decrease could feel that Bitcoin end soon, but the opposite is true! At the beginning of 2014 there …

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis on Bitcoin

Greece has never been accused of being an economic savant over the last generation. Using the Drachma for the 3rd time from 1951 to …

New EU Legislation on VAT

Although it seems to have largely gone unnoticed, the European Union introduced new Value Added Tax (VAT) laws on 1st January this year. As a consequence …

Mazacoin Celebrates One Year of Success

This month see’s the first birthday of Mazacoin. The Genesis Block was written into blockchain Feb 7, 2014, 5:24:05 PM. It is now time to …

February 20-22: CoinFest comes to Russia

In February 2015, for the first time in Russia, in the framework of the international project CoinFest, held the International Festival dedicated to Cryptocurrency …