Tag: encryption

Bitcoin: Is It For Real?

The following article appeared in the current issue of Sun and Surf Magazine. It was published in Palm Coast, Florida. Meanwhile, the Coindesk Consensus 2018 conference is underway this week in New York City. The interest level for blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies

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What’s Next For Bitcoin – Part 2

My friend Harris Miller, in Virginia, pointed out there was a $70 million bitcoin theft, which may have gotten lost in the news frenzy over the price rise. He makes a valid point, and I would like to make some

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What’s Next For Bitcoin

In February 1637, a single tulip bulb sold for more than 10 times the annual income of a skilled craftsman. Very shortly after the peak, the price collapsed dramatically. The build up became known as tulip mania. An article in

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College Students See Blockchain Voting In Their Future

Kaspersky Lab, a global cybersecurity company based in Massachusetts and the U.K., hosted a competition for college students interested in Internet voting. The motivation was in part due to recent concerns of rigged or hacked voting. Approximately 20 colleges across the U.S. and

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Congressional Group Agrees With Apple On Encryption

The Verge reported this week about the year-end-report published by the House Judiciary Committee’s Encryption Working Group.  Apple and other tech companies will be pleased with the report. It acknowledges requiring a backdoor to assist law enforcement would weaken overall security. Law enforcement

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