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I am living in Mexico, new tech enthusiast, decentralization fan, cryptocurrency enthusiast, geopolitical junkie, digi-explorer, and music lover. I believe that we are on the cusp of a new frontier in how we will view the government, money and energy.

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Razer, the iconic gaming computer brand, recently launched a new ‘loyalty’ program, allowing users to download an application that will utilize their computer to mine ZCash while their system

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According to legal analytics firm Lex Machina, cryptocurrency related lawsuits are up over 300 percent this year, with over 45 legal cases opened in the first half of the

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