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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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Time and time again, gold naysayers have gone to great lengths to dispel its value. “You can’t eat gold,” they would say. This was, apparently, proof that gold is

Cryptocurrency markets rallied on Monday morning, with bitcoin leading the charge. Bitcoin climbed as high as US$7,000 on some exchanges, marking largest single-day rally in months. As expected, many other

Former Mozilla CEO Brenden Eich chose a new path of fundraising when launching his free, open sourced, safety-focused web browser, Brave. Within 30 seconds of launching his ICO, the Ethereum-based

A review panel, created by India’s finance ministry, to determine a regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies in the country has suggested India launch its own cryptocurrency. A report from Quartz suggests

Latin America is an often-over-looked region in the crypto-space, but that’s beginning to change. With a population double that of the United States and rapidly approaching Europe, Latin America’s

Bitcoin miners have become energy hunters, scouting the world for cheap electricity. And when most people think about bitcoin mining operations, they imagine hydro-powered warehouses in Canada or the

Facebook’s security protocols are once again under fire following a new security breach that affected over 50 million users. On Friday, September 28th, the social media giant announced that hackers had exploited

Established in the early 1970s, the petrodollar has secured the United States’ influence over the oil trade for over 40 years, but recently, it is clear that this monopoly is slowly beginning to fall apart – in some part due to the influence of Bitcoin and other emerging cryptocurrencies.

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