Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp launches a new pre-paid debit card program

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Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp launches a new pre-paid debit card program
In an announcement, the London-based Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp says it has launched a new pre-paid debit card program. The company informs that the initiative allows Bitstamp’s clients to get US dollars, Euros or British pounds denominated debit cards.

Bitcoin Set for Slowest Month in 2.5 Years
Want to Trade Bitcoin? ForexNews Recommmends Click Here To Learn More. Bitcoin had another slow trading session. After opening at $239.12 prices slowly (very slowly) drifted down to a daily low of $237.12. From here we had a tiny up-move to close the day …

Bitcoin Is About to Fundamentally Change
Bitcoin is heading towards a hard fork in the road. Gavin Andresen, one of Bitcoin’s most important developers, announced today that he will move forward with a controversial code update that will leave miners and Bitcoin services on either side of an …

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The Most Powerful Bitcoin Mining Rig Yet – Hackaday

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The Most Powerful Bitcoin Mining Rig Yet
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In days of yore, one could mine Bitcoin without much more than an AMD graphics card. Now, without specialized hardware it's unlikely that you'll make any appreciable headway in the bitcoin world. This latest project, however, goes completely in the

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Bitcoin Set for Slowest Month in 2.5 Years
On OKCoin, one bitcoin is selling for 236.73 while the futures on the same platform continue to price in a small premuim. The June 5th contract is trading at $239.27 while the longer dated June 26th is quoting $240.56. This means that futures traders are …

Bitcoin Price Flat; Here’s what we’re Watching
Earlier this morning, we published our twice-daily bitcoin price watch piece. In the piece we highlighted the levels that we would be keeping an eye on in the bitcoin price throughout Friday’s session, and suggested how we might respond to price …

Bitcoin in the Headlines: A Clash of Economics
Here, Kaminska reintroduces the idea that bitcoin is a speculative bubble that will eventually deflate, one akin to the ‘tulip mania’ of the 1600s where the value of tulips skyrocketed, only to again fall. Using past statements, Kaminska aimed to suggest …