Apple Finally Breaks Its Silence on iOS Hacking Campaign

In its first public statement since Google revealed a sophisticated attack against iOS devices, Apple defended its security...

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Keene New Hampshire Is Not Only a Libertarian Enclave – It’s Also a Crypto Mecca
Sep07

Keene New Hampshire Is Not Only a Libertarian Enclave – It’s Also a Crypto Mecca

Over the last few months, there’s been a lot of attention directed toward destinations like Slovenia, North Queensland, Japan, and Venezuela which capture the largest number of bitcoin cash merchants worldwide. Another region that’s seen an influx of BCH adoption is Keene, New Hampshire, a place that’s widely known for its lack of taxation, and the growing number of libertarian residents. With a city population of...

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Bitcoin ETF: How SEC Exemptions Help Firms Offer Interim Products
Sep07

Bitcoin ETF: How SEC Exemptions Help Firms Offer Interim Products

There are several exemptions the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) offers that allow companies to launch their bitcoin investment products without registration. While waiting for the SEC to approve their bitcoin ETF, some firms have taken advantage of these exemptions to offer an interim product. Also read: Indian Government’s New Report Views Crypto Positively New Bitcoin Product Emerges Despite efforts by many...

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Venezuelans Fighting Economic Hardship Discover Crypto’s True Potential
Sep07

Venezuelans Fighting Economic Hardship Discover Crypto’s True Potential

For quite some time now, Venezuela has been suffering from a political crisis and a collapsing economy. Venezuelans dealing with rampant inflation continue to see their purchasing power decline. After witnessing one of the worst economic disasters in modern history, 4 million citizens have emigrated to seek a better form of money, shelter, and to gather food and medicine. Throughout the monetary struggle, there have been uplifting...

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Capital Controls in Argentina Demonstrate Dangers of Government-Controlled Money
Sep07

Capital Controls in Argentina Demonstrate Dangers of Government-Controlled Money

The current financial system, with governments and central banks controlling the flow of money, creates impediments for people’s economic freedom. Among them is the danger that the ruling class will try to hide its mismanagement of the country’s affairs by preventing people from voting with their wallets and trying to secure their savings on safer shores. The latest example of this comes from Argentina where capital...

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