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Paying for ProtonMail with Bitcoin – ProtonMail Support

Ask your Question If you are looking to keep your payment history out of your bank’s palms, you can use Bitcoin to pay for ProtonMail Premium accounts. Payment with Bitcoin is presently only available for existing ProtonMail accounts due to the time it takes to confirm a Bitcoin transaction (up to twenty four hours). Read More »

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Should Your Company Get on the Blockchain Learning Curve Now or Wait?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger August 14, 2017 A few weeks ago I wrote about the current state of blockchain.   In particular, I asked whether blockchain is ready to cross the chasm from its early adopters, – who are already involved with blockchain in one way or another, – to the considerably larger set of mainstream users who may be considering blockchain ... Read More »

Gamasutra: Ryan s Blog -Ico: A Balance Inbetween Minimal

Ico: A Balance Inbetween Minimalism and Practicality The thoughts and opinions voiced are those of the writer and not Gamasutra or its parent company. “The simplest things are often the truest.” -Richard Bach I like Ico. I truly like Ico. It was the very first time I ever experienced minimalism in a way that was meaningful for me. Read More »

Fiat Currency Vs Digital Currency

Fiat Currency Vs Digital Currency A lot of people still fight with the concept of how traditional fiat currency is “centralized”, and digital currencies like Bitcoin are “decentralized”. Without decently understanding what these terms mean, there is no way for everyday consumers to see the benefits of either option. Read More »

Directive Block – Official Minecraft Wiki

Instruction Block A instruction block is a block that can execute instructions. Because it cannot be obtained in Survival mode without cheats, it is primarily used on multiplayer servers and in custom-built maps. Directive blocks can be obtained by using the pick block control or with various directions, such as /give @p minecraft:command_block . Read More »

Colored Coins – Bitcoin Wiki

Colored Coins The term “Colored Coins” loosely describes a class of methods for signifying and managing real world assets on top of the Bitcoin Blockchain. While originally designed to be a currency, Bitcoin’s scripting language permits to store puny amounts of metadata on the blockchain, which can be used to represent asset manipulation instructions. Read More »

Blockchain won’t kill banks: Brock Pierce

Blockchain won’t kill banks: Brock Pierce Blockchain – the technology that underpins the cryptocurrency bitcoin – is unlikely to kill banks despite warnings from top industry executives, the chair of a bitcoin non-profit organization told CNBC on Monday. Last week, Andrey Sharov, a vice president at Russia’s Sberbank, said banks would vanish by two thousand twenty six due to the ... Read More »