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For those involved in the new age of investment, digital assets are constantly at top of mind. These stories delve into the ever-growing world of commodities on the blockchain.

Digital Assets

The Confusion in Competition

Sports, in many senses, polarize a playing field. They foster an ‘us versus them’ mentality that when taken to an extreme, can hurt others or create an environment where anyone playing the game is at risk for the sake of competition. I’ve seen this same spirit among those who support altcoins and have explicitly said […]

Oct 1, 2014
Digital Assets

We’re On A Mission From Doge: Burning Man Part II

Part I can be read here along with this CoinDesk Article on why we changed Camp Bitcoin to Camp Dogecoin   “What is this–that Bitcoin bulls*t?!” were the words I awoke to my first morning at Burning Man. A large burly man declaring himself as “Papa Bear,” who was also in charge of placement of our camp, […]

Sep 29, 2014
Digital Assets

The Auroracoin: Iceland’s National Cryptocurrency

The Auroracoin is set to release in less than two months and has a very unique distribution plan. It will give every Icelander 31.8 Auroracoins (AUC). Where Bitcoin has had an uphill battle with those who don’t understand or dislike cryptocurrencies, this gift, scheduled to be handed out March 25th 2014, may be persuasive enough […]

Feb 6, 2014
Digital Assets

In Defense of Alternative Cryptocurrencies

Alternative cryptocurrencies, like Litecoin, Primecoin and PPCoin, have gotten a significant amount of bad press recently. Lead Bitcoin developer Gavin Andresen wrote an article criticizing altcoins as being a way of getting around Bitcoin’s 21 million currency supply limit and “getting back to an ‘inflate on demand’ world” and, more recently, Daniel Krawisz from The Mises Circle wrote a lengthy post entitled “The Problem […]

Sep 7, 2013
Digital Assets

Bitcoin Price Breaks All Time High

Bitcoin Price Breaks All Time High of $31.91.

Feb 28, 2013
Digital Assets

Bitcoin Exchange Wallets

In a managed online wallet, everything is controlled by the wallet’s provider. You have an account with the provider with a username and password, much like an email account or an internet forum account, and you can log onto your account and send and receive bitcoins from any computer that has internet access. Generally, these […]

Feb 28, 2012