My Bitcoin Price Prediction For 2016

Download My Free Bitcoin Report 2016 Has Brought a Bitcoin Awakening An Analysis of The Bitcoin Market By Vinnie Lingham    

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101 Years of US Income Tax

Speaks for itself really, and just as applicable to other countries.

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MaidSafe Moving Forward

As an early adopter of Bitcoin (purchased my first coins in 2011), I’m often asked my opinion regarding other crypto innovations. One such innovation I have mentioned before is MaidSafe and the development of the Safe Network. Essentially it’s is a peer-to-peer distributed internet which does away with the need for centralised servers. My own…

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The Dogs of War

While our “dear leaders” like to talk of terrorism and the need to fight it, it’s much more instructive to realise we’re at war. No, not any sort of conventional war where one nation fights another, but asymmetric warfare where one side are nation states – with their smart bombs, fighter aircraft, aircraft carriers and…

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Your Offshore Crypto Bank Account

When I look back to before 2001 the offshore banking world was completely different and certainly more accessible. Today it is true to say that for most people, and especially US persons, offshore banking is dead. Yes, there is still a use-case for keeping a portion of your cash outside your own country, but what…

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How to Spend Bitcoin Anywhere

It’s no secret, I’m a big fan of Bitcoin – having purchased my first coins back in 2011. Since then Bitcoin has gone from strength-to-strength. However, being able to spend your bitcoins with merchants is a long term goal, as it will take massive adoption of Bitcoin to induce merchants to accept it. However, there’s…

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The Brave Browser

Over the last few days I’ve been testing the new Brave browser – a completely different type of internet browser that is not only 27% faster on average compared to all other browsers out there, but allows you to block obtrusive advertising, 3rd party cookie and pixel tracking, malicious advertising (or malvertising) and more. Not…

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The War on Cash

If you’ve followed Bitcoin at all, you will know that one of the reasons those in authority don’t like it is because “It’s used by criminals, drug dealers and even terrorists!”. And you have likely heard the rebuttal to that argument, that cash is in fact the currency of choice for all illicit transactions, and…

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Bitcoin’s True Purpose

In these days where all the talk is of “blockchain” and how it can be used for all sorts of things – even to the point of suggesting a “downgrade” of Bitcoin the token – it is refreshing to read an essay that puts things in perspective, and reasserts what is truly revolutionary about Bitcoin.…

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Good and Bad News for the Year Ahead

Well, 2016 is rushing towards us, so let me first wish you all the best for the holiday season and the coming New Year 🙂 I thought I’d give a quick “heads up” on what I think are some good news stories in the coming year… but first the bad news! As always, the bad…

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