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HashCoins New Scrypt Mining ASIC Offerings

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HashCoins is Now Offering New, Powerful Scrypt ASICs HashCoins is a company that has built its great reputation by manufacturing and selling super powerful SHA-256 Miners at a price that just might surprise you. This week, HashCoins has begun to offer three new Scrypt algorithm mining machines, or ASICs, that range from 8 MH/s, to 96 MH/s. Each of these ... Read More »

Wisconsin Government Accountability Board Forces Candidate To Return Bitcoin Donation

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This morning, Pfhub reported that Alderman Mark Clear of Wisconsin had returned a Bitcoin donation accepted by his political campaign for State Assembly.  The Wisconsin Government Accountability Board (GAB) had previously ruled not to allow Bitcoin or any Digital Currency donations given their value fluctuation and non-negotiable value status.  Though people in the GAB have voiced suggestions for Bitcoin donations ... Read More »

Future Capital Bitcoin Fund Plans To Invest $30M in Bitcoin Companies

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The venture capital firm Future Capital has announced the Future Capital Bitcoin Fund, a $30M international fund for investing in companies in the digital currency sector, making it Australia’s first dedicated Bitcoin investment fund. The FCBF will be seeking out, “companies facilitating payments, exchanges, trading and smart property rights,” led by Domenic Carosa, a digital entrepreneur and fund manager. As the old saying ... Read More »

Innosilicon A2 – First 28nm Chips For Litecoin And Dogecoin Mining

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Innosilicon announced sales of their A2 Terminator Scrypt ASIC on Bitcointalk and their website. Innosilicon is not a newcomer to the ASIC mining realm, by any means. They have previously completed the design and fabrication, through Global Foundries, of an A1 CoinCraft SHA-256 ASIC chip that was used in many cheap, ready-to-ship miners out of China in recent months. From their ... Read More »

Dogecoin Disrupted: Moolah Feels The Heat Of The Spotlight

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Moolah.io is a pillar of the Dogecoin community, that is undeniable.  In addition to being the first Dogecoin payment processor, Moolah has handled the donation wallets for numerous community fundraisers – including the popular Doge4NASCAR. Founder Alex Green even donated large sums to various Dogecoin charity initiatives and is quite active on the Dogecoin subreddit. However, being a financial transmitter ... Read More »

Announcement: CCN partnering with Coinaaa

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CCN will use Coinaaa as a mean of payment due to its promise of having a minimum value. Disclaimer: CCN and Coinaaa AS are operated by the same people. CCN will, therefore, not do any analysis of Coinaaa nor advice our readers to invest in Coinaaa. We will keep the news about Coinaaa professional and as objective as we can. ... Read More »

Australian VC Company Future Capital Launches $30m Bitcoin Fund

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Australia-based VC firm Future Capital has launched a US$30m global investment fund for bitcoin companies called the Future Capital Bitcoin Fund (FCBF). The firm – which is led by Domenic Carosa, a tech entrepreneur turned investor – says it is Australia’s first dedicated investment fund for the digital currency. The FCBF is expected to go live this month and it is currently accepting ... Read More »

China’s Bitcoin Ecosystem Undeterred by FXBTC Exchange Closure

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Despite optimism that the recent struggles of China’s bitcoin ecosystem had been put behind the industry, the situation took what many in the West believed may have been a more grave turn last week when bitcoin exchange FXBTC announced it would cease operations due to what it called “unprecedented pressure” from the People’s Bank of China. In a statement released on its ... Read More »

At MIT Bitcoin Expo, a Digital Currency Economy Takes Shape

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Amid the frenzied construction and polished towers of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, more than 300 students, faculty and community members gathered to hear about what many at the MIT Bitcoin Expo called the world’s first bitcoin economy. The Expo was organized by Jeremy Rubin and Dan Elitzer, who raised more than $500,000 in bitcoin to distribute $100 in bitcoin to ... Read More »