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Everything You Should Know About Bitcoin Address.
A wallet address, comprising a string of 26-35 alphanumeric characters, is all it takes to send and receive bitcoin. Any bitcoin address can be used to transfer cryptocurrency to any other address on the network, provided the sender’s wallet software supports that address type.


Earn Bitcoin for FREE .!. Its Possible.
Many people are afraid of using they hard working money to buy or invest in cryptocurrency and that is ok, but there are many ways to earn crypto without using your money, this is a free way and you don't have to do nothing different that what you already do.

Venezuelan Airport using Bitcoin to Evade US Sanctions.
While the Trump administration continues to tighten its economic grip on nations of the world, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has started to push back by using Bitcoin to circumvent US financial restrictions.


WHAT IS BINANCE COIN?
Binance held its ICO in July 2017. From there, the exchange decided to issue its own coin called, you’ve guessed it, Binance Coin. Its symbol: BNB. According to its website, BNB runs natively on Binance chain.

Bitcoin Paper Wallet Vulnerability That Gave Same Key to Multiple Users.
A paper wallet is an offline mechanism for storing Cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. The process involves printing the private keys and Bitcoin addresses onto paper. Physical wallets, also known as "physical Bitcoins".

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Send Bitcoin Via Radio Frequency.
This week, Rodolfo Novak revealed he had sent bitcoin via radio to another address over 350 miles away, without the aid of a satellite or any other sophisticated network. The OG cryptocurrency just got a little more permissionless.....


Facebook esta explorando para hace su propia Cripto Moneda .
Se informa que Facebook está "explorando" la creación de su propia criptomoneda, informó el 11 de mayo el medio de comunicación Cheddar. Según fuentes anónimas de Cheddar, personas "familiarizadas con los planes de Facebook"


Bitcoin Time Traveler Real History from 5 Years Ago.
Please move on if you don’t believe me, I have no way of proving I’m going to tell you. I don’t want to waste your time, so I’m merely going to explain what happened and its consequences. The value of Bitcoin has increased by about a factor ten, on average, every year until 2013.

New Bitcoin Core Software Update.
Bitcoin Core 0.19.0 (eventually 0.19.0.1 in the available download version, following the discovery of a last-minute issue) was overseen by lead maintainer Wladimir J. van der Laan and was reportedly developed by over a hundred contributors over....




Walmart Stable Coin.
Banks Stopped Walmart Bank, Now the Retail Giant Hits Back With Crypto. it was discovered that the giant retail corporation Walmart has patented plans for a stablecoin that’s backed by U.S. dollars. If released into the wild, the USD-based cryptocurrency would be issued to select Walmart retailers and partners....

Coinbase Start it Visa Card for UK & EU.
Major American cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has launched Coinbase Card, that enables its United Kingdom-based customers to pay in-store and online with cryptocurrency. The development was announced in a blog post published on April 10.

Bitcoin Trx by Radio Wave

Bitcoin in the Air

This week, Rodolfo Novak revealed he had sent bitcoin via radio to another address over 350 miles away, without the aid of a satellite or any other sophisticated network. The OG cryptocurrency just got a little more permissionless.

After the initial bitcoin transaction, the small sum has been passed around to several other radio operators and is currently in the possession of podcaster Adam Curry.
As such, the bitcoin has traveled approximately 1700 miles in 24 hours, no internet involved.

Wait, What?
The technology these bitcoin enthusiasts are using is called shortwave radio, which uses a group of frequencies that bounce off the upper layers in the atmosphere to travel very long distances using relatively small amounts of power.


The technique can be traced back to amateur radio operators transmitting as far back as 1921 and can be done with a much simpler network infrastructure than is required for traditional bitcoin transactions.


This chain of transactions among shortwave operators in the U.S. represents a proof of concept for sending offline BTC in case of outages or network censorship (e.g. the possibly impending Russian internet blackout).
The current technique has limitations in that it requires a brain wallet and unencrypted communication (due to regulations and bandwidth limitations), but in an emergency it represents a powerful tool to move money where you otherwise wouldn’t be able to.

Why Should I Care?
Well, if you have bitcoin that you can’t use, what’s it worth?
The more tools developed to bootstrap the Bitcoin protocol on top of legacy or non-internet networks, the more options you have if, for example, a disaster destroys all of the cell towers and power substations in your area, or upnp/udp networking gets blocked by your ISP.
The more options you have to transmit your money the more valuable it is, so having established methodologies for sending bitcoin in as many ways as possible are essential to securing your wealth should a systemic threat damage the internet or people’s access to it.
What’s your take? Is this experiment a breakthrough for bitcoin users? Let us know in the comments section below. 
Credit to Tyson O'Ham



Google Banned MetaMask.



Google has banned Ethereum (ETH) wallet and decentralized app (DApp) browser Metamask’s android client from its Play app store.



The MetaMask team took to Twitter on Dec. 26, where they announced that Google had suspended MetaMask’s android client from Google Play’s app store, claiming MetaMask was in violation of Google’s financial services policies.

Google reportedly cited their policy prohibiting cryptocurrency mining on mobile devices. The MetaMask team attempted to appeal Google’s decision to ban MetaMask from its app store to no avail, as Google promptly rejected the appeal. MetaMask co-lead developer Dan Findlay told Cointelegraph:


“I very much hope that this was an honest mistake on the part of Google's reviewers, but in combination with all the crypto YouTube bans, it definitely puts me at disease about how Google is engaging with decentralizing technologies. If people accept this behavior from a mobile monopoly like Google, we may not deserve something better.”

Not the only Google project to bar crypto-related content
Over the past several days, Google-owned video giant YouTube had removed videos from the accounts of several cryptocurrency-related content creators. Today, however, YouTube representatives have claimed that the removals were done in error and some content has started to be restored.

Nonetheless, the unilateral nature by which YouTube videos were removed and then reinstated has led many content creators to begin exploring migration to decentralized video hosting alternatives.
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