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Karl Marx's "The Communist Manifesto" and "The Capital" are two of the most influential books in modern history. It's thanks to these writings that leaders in the Western world have tamed capitalism to

You may remember the “reverse IPO”—the most controversial IPO of the Internet boom—whereby a private company acquires a public company to bypass the lengthy public securities offering process

On November 5th, the United States put into effect the harshest round of sanctions on Iran to date, scaling back Tehran’s ability to do business with foreign entities significantly. As a result of these

With an abundance of energy provided by the mighty Itaipú dam in Paraguay; a dilemma arises. Should the country invest in the sprouting crypto-mining industry, or invest in tackling the country’s immediate poverty?

Wyoming is a mountainous, sparsely-populated rectangle located in the middle of the United States. Despite its landlocked position, many Wyomingites are laying legal foundations to make it a harbor for the virtual world.

Pyrite’s metallic sheen and pale brass-yellow hue gives it a superficial resemblance to gold, leading to the well-known nickname of “fool’s gold.”

Forks happen. I think it’s a good thing. I don’t support Bitcoin Cash (and don’t even get me started on Segwit2x), but I believe that anyone has the right to adapt open-source software to tailor it to their vision of what it should be. With Bitcoin, this ensures that the system remains fair.

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.

Hacker's Congress in Paralelni Polis saw speakers such as Peter Todd of Bitcoin Core and Amir Taaki discuss a range of topics from bitcoin technicalities to the applications of bitcoin on libertarian ecosystems.

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