Cybersecurity Trends for 2014 – Trend 2 – Cryptocurrency Surprise

Litecoin, Dogecoin, and Bitcoin (here slashed for emphasis). Cross-posted to the Blue Coat security blog. There’s a lot of press about Bitcoin, which is an electronic currency that has been around since 2009, but really only in the attention of most people since 2011. Created by “mining”, or solving difficult math problems, each ‘coin’ is […]

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#DeepWeb Lesson Number Five: How to Convert #Litecoins to #Bitcoins Easily #agorism

Image from bitcoinboard.net. Bitcoins require ASICs to mine these days, so outside of heading over to butterflylabs.com or kncminer.com and plunking down a fair bit of cash, how does one easily get Bitcoins? The answer is by mining Litecoins and converting them to Bitcoins. Mining Litecoins requires much less power in terms of hardware (for […]

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My Visit to Azte.co Today @joonian @coindesk @blockchain #bitcoin #lovelondon #agorism #gloriousagoristfuture

Picture of the Azte.co storefront, taken by me 20140221. I read about Azte.co at coindesk.com, in this article. I posted about wanting to visit the store myself. I had originally planned to do so tomorrow (Saturday) but as I was walking my wife to the bus stop for her meeting anyway, I decided I’d go […]

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