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KeepKey Launches New Bitcoin Hardware Wallet

KeepKey’s new USB bitcoin wallet has gone on sale, enabling consumers to store their bitcoins offline. The wallet, which is on sale for $239, allows users to overcome the security problems that come with storing bitcoin on a computer or using third-party custodians. Speaking about the new product, Ken Heutmaker, …

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PayPal Adds Bitcoin Startup CEO to Board of Directors

Xapo CEO Wences Casares has been appointed to PayPal’s board of directors, the pioneering online payments firm announced today. The former founder of digital wallet firm Lemon Inc, acquired by LifeLock in 2013, Casares would go on to launch bitcoin security startup Xapo, which has raised more than $40m in …

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BitGo Engineers Launch Ethereum Wallet Side Project

Amid escalating interest in the Ethereum blockchain platform, a group of software engineers at bitcoin security specialist BitGo have created a multi-signature wallet offering The news follows the release of the first production version of the Ethereum platform, Homestead, last week. At the time, Ethereum’s developers also released Mist, a …

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Meet the Man Who Will Hack Your Long-Lost Bitcoin Wallet for Money

For Dave Bitcoin, the alias of the software architect that hacks people’s cryptocurrrency passwords, the price surge of Ethereum’s blockchain token ether has generated a significant amount of work; work that wouldn’t have been steered his way without his focus on developing trust. And just to be clear, Dave Bitcoin …

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Bitcoin Wallet Startup Now Extending Credit to Users

Bitcoin payments startup BitPagos is now giving its wallet users access to credit through its Ripio wallet offering. At launch, the offering will be available to a select number of users in Argentina, who will be able to borrow between $500 and $1,000 in bitcoin directly from the service, with …

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Does the Original Bitcoin Wallet Still Matter?

When it comes to user experience, the longest-running bitcoin wallet is hardly an iPhone 7. To use Bitcoin Core, users need to download a copy of the entire transaction history of the digital currency, a process that can take days and this is only becoming more burdensome as bitcoin’s transaction …

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Precious Metals Dealer JM Bullion Accepts Bitcoin

Dallas-based precious metals dealer JM Bullion is now accepting bitcoin. With the announcement, JM Bullion joins a growing list of US-based precious metals dealers that accept bitcoin for payments, including Agora Commodities and Amagi Metals. JM Bullion will accept bitcoin through a partnership with merchant processing startup BitPay. Customers will …

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NETWORKER

What you get as a networker Swis concept, offers all members, a unique chance for serious earning potential. We value your performance. Swis Rewards incentivize the success stories. We award such as : Faster and Super Faster bonuses, Being part of this exclusive circle comes with Rewards, Luxury items such …

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INVESTOR

Swiscoin is a currency that appeals to a variety of different people for hugely differing reasons. For its growing base of consumers, it offers a currency that is not controlled by any central bank, and can be spent freely across borders with little regulation or limitation. For economists and technology …

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Hash Algorithms

Hash algorithms are also known as message digests or one-way transformations. A cryptographic hash function is a mathematical transformation that takes a message of arbitrary length (transformed into a string of bits) and computes from it a fixed-length (short) number. We’ll call the hash of a message m, h(m). It …

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Public key Cryptography

used as a method of assuring the confidentiality, authenticity and non-repudiability of data storage. Public key cryptography is sometimes also referred to as asymmetric cryptography. Public key cryptography is a relatively new field, invented in 1975 [DIFF76b] (at least that’s the first published record—it is rumored that NSA or similar …

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Types of Cryptographic Functions

Cryptographic Functions There are three kinds of cryptographic functions: hash functions, secret key functions, and public key functions. We will describe what each kind is, and what it is useful for. Public key cryptography involves the use of two keys. Secret key cryptography involves the use of one key. Hash …

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What is Cryptography

The Technology The team has made is open source crypto currency that can be used by every person who needs to transact financially. 1. Cryptography The word cryptography comes from the Greek words κρυπτο (hidden or secret) and γραφη (writing). Oddly enough, cryptography is the art of secret writing. More …

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Bitfinex to Offer Company Equity to Reimburse Customer Losses

Bitfinex customers may soon have a way to convert the digital assets they were issued following the exchange’s decision to socialize losses into equity in the company. Weeks after a debilitating hack, Bitfinex has signed a letter of intent with investment platform BnkToTheFuture that finds the two firms collaborating to …

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Majority of Global Exchanges Now Testing Distributed Ledger Tech

A global trade organization for financial exchanges released a new survey today on distributed ledgers, highlighting views held by industry incumbents regarding the technology. Twenty-four firms, constituting exchanges, central securities depositories and central counterparties, collectively dubbed “financial market infrastructures”, or FMIs, took part in the survey, published by the World …

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