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An investor in the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona businessman was trying to finance a new U.S. football league. But the feds say he was a mastermind in a vast money-laundering operation at the heart of the crypto industry.
"Running Duck" has been joined by "Swimming Duck" and "Flying Pigeon"
Who writes these things, what goes into the research and how much it really costs to get one written.
A look at the best of this year's April Fools' Day announcements from the cryptosphere
A new cartoon series about the lovable coin imagines the sordid possibilities.
She is the co-founder and chairman of Power Ledger, a technology firm based in Perth, Australia, that enables distributed electricity markets using the blockchain.
The Tron founder was accompanied by a man dressed as an avocado.
The tagline for the movie, which will be released April 12, is "fear is the ultimate currency."
Record-breaking sales? Nothing to do with crypto, says Lamborghini.
A report discussing the future of blockchain.
An article that discusses how there continues to be great interest in crypto jobs.
a nice read
Blockchain, crypto, increasingly being taught at top universities, according to the Coinbase article which gives strong statistical support for this trend in higher education
Article highlights both the popularity of cryptocurrencies in South Korea and the worry regulators in that country feel about the potential for fraud and abuse from new token offerings
The story looks at how cryptocurrency mining communities are forming in areas with cheap power and the unusual consequences that follow.
More thefts of bitcoin mining computers
Article looks at how a "bro" culture permeates the blockchain community
The article provides as clear an explanation as is possible of the CryptoKitties phenomenon
A list of people who could be Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of bitcoin
Bowles continues to write some of the best stories on blockchain
The article explains the unusual story of Dogecoin, a digital currency that started as a joke, but at its peak was worth more than $2 billion.
a good read from the New Yorker
An entertaining and informative account of the author's journey into crypto-currency investing
The article covers some of the various theories for who is Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Bitcoin
Dog and cat people take their fight to the blockchain.
provides a short list of people who have become billionaires from cryptocurrencies
Add North Korean hackers to the list of concerns about digital investments
Sexism and a Miami bitcoin conference
A nice summary of exchange heists and the security concerns they raise for crypto-holders
Johnson argues that there are real possibilities to change the Internet and culture through a decentralized web backed by blockchain related technologies, but that some of that possibility is undercut by those who advocate for the technology..
More Tron Dogs news, although reports from this March suggest some investors have concerns.
Article narrows down the potential creators of bitcoin to a few possible suspects
The article profiles Erik Finman, a boy from Idaho, who invested in cryptocurrencies when he was 12 and became a millionaire and entrepreneur a few years later.
Authors Greenberg and Branwen go through the evidence and suggest that an unknown Australian is most likely the inventor of Bitcoin. Wired later publishes evidence that raises doubts about their original conclusion. The mystery deepens.
A great article that looks at life of SilkRoad founder Ross Albrieht. The story touches on bitcoin, a drug empire, the dark web and the tracking down of a lead figure behind its most notorious site. The article also contains at the bottom a link to Part II which is equally fascinating.
A nice story on Erik Finman an Idaho teenager who was mediocre in school, but who became a millionaire through an investment in cryptocurrencies.
Collision/combination of 60's counter culture and blockchain digital culture at burning man
An October 2011 attempt by the New Yorker to uncover the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of bitcoin