Jun 192014
 

Bitgo Series A Multi Sig Bitcoin Wallet

Bitgo, another Bitcoin wallet provider, raised $12 million in Series A venture capital funding. This is good news for startups looking to build the next generation of Bitcoin plumbing for the internet that will truly see the potential of what Bitcoin can do. Bitgo advertises itself as “world’s first multi-signature secure wallet” on its website. That’s an important feature for the future of Bitcoin and its security.

Up to now, secure wallets like Blockchain have relied on single signature ‘traditional’ Bitcoin wallets. Also, wallet sites like Coinbase rely on users trusting their central Bitcoin holdings (i.e., when you hold Bitcoin at Coinbase, you don’t hold the private keys to it but when you hold Bitcoin at Blockchain, you are the sole controller of your private keys). Bitgo offers a middle ground from the user’s perspective.

Bitgo requires 2 of 3 signatures to spend Bitcoin in its wallets. One is held on the user’s computer, one is held with Bitgo and one is held offline by the user. The utility of this setup is clear – for day to day spending, you just use your online key and Bitgo’s key (Bitgo will sign a transaction based on its own fraud-detecting algorithms. If someone has 100 Bitcoin and wants to spend them all, it might flag it for review, as it could be an attempt to steal the Bitcoin). However, if Bitgo goes offline or is hacked, then the user’s funds are still safe, because the attackers don’t have a second key to empty the wallets. In that case, the users rush to sign transactions with their online key and then fetch the offline key to provide the second key and transfer the money to a more secure wallet.

Bitgo’s wallet still provides the control that Blockchain provides. However, it does this through its multi-sig wallets. Multi-signature Bitcoin wallets will become more and more popular and increase in importance as Bitcoin enters mainstream commerce and people who aren’t too familiar with computer security start storing Bitcoin private keys on their computers. The goal is to make spending Bitcoin as seamless as possible, while also keeping the user in complete control of their money. This is a hard goal, but multi-signature wallets are the way to go forward.

The funding round for Bitgo consists of well-known figures in the Bitcoin world, from Barry Silbert’s Bitcoin Opportunity Corporation to Ashton Kutcher’s A-Grade Investments. I think it’s an important milestone for Bitcoin companies.

However, it is a little concerning that a majority of Bitcoin venture capital funding is going into wallet services or services that allow you to buy Bitcoin. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what Bitcoin can do. Where’s the million dollar funding for mining? Where’s the million dollar funding for creating the next generation protocols that can create and usher in the autonomous corporations that are only possible in a Bitcoin economy? I think we need more VC funding in bold ideas that push the envelope when it comes to what Bitcoin can do.

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Jun 152014
 

Hester Street Fair Photo - NYC Bitcoin Fair

Hester Street Fair has attracted some of the best small local businesses, artisans and artists in New York every Sunday to New York’s lower east side. It has everything from delicious food to vintage jewelry to modern fashion. For this season, Hester Street Fair has transformed into NYC Bitcoin Fair. All the vendors there now accept Bitcoin, and today, June 15th 2014 was the opening of this fair.

Hester Street Fair Photo

I went around the fair, talking to people and asking them about their Bitcoin experience. There are a lot of interesting things to learn about the future potential of Bitcoin from small and independent businesses.

Hester Street Fair NYC Bitcoin Fair

Also, being at this fair with all these small businesses that are relatively new to Bitcoin but have adopted this technology quickly as they see the potential Bitcoin has to grow their business, gives me hope that the future of Bitcoin as a payment means is pretty bright. There were lots of small businesses that ship online and internationally, and it just makes sense to them to use Bitcoin. Also, the vendors were using BitPay as their choice of payment processor, which made the whole process incredibly easy for them.

Hester Street Fair Bitcoin Accepted Here

It was very interesting to see lots of these Bitcoin Accepted Here signs throughout the place.

The Hester Street Fair Vendors Accepting Bitcoin

Here are some of the vendors that I talked to. They all accept Bitcoin and you can go to their store (some online, some offline in New York City) and buy their products through Bitcoin. If you want to promote the use of Bitcoin, there’s no better way to do so than to shop with your Bitcoin at the vendors that you like. Be sure to check them out, and be sure to pay with Bitcoin!

Also, if I missed anyone, I apologize and it was totally unintentional, so just drop me a line and I’ll include you!

Calmer Sutra Tea

Calmer Sutra Tea at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

Calmer Sutra Tea (yes, I know the name’s clever!) makes some incredible teas and you can order them online. They are originally from Australia and recently expanded into New York City, so give them some love. Check out their website and order your teas.

Debra from Calmer Sutra Tea at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

Here’s Debra, passionate in equal parts about tea and Bitcoin. According to her, Bitcoin comes naturally to Calmer Tea Sutra as they have been dealing with international customers anyway. She believes Bitcoin would become more popular as people begin to realize how simple it is to use. Less than 5% of their sales were in Bitcoin, but lets hope that number increases in the future. Also, connect with them on Twitter or Facebook.

The Sugar Coup

Sugar Coup at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

How do you fancy some delicious Alfajores, all paid for in Bitcoin? Sugar Coup sells some amazing confectionery products (from a Peruvian confectionery tradition no less) and you should definitely check them out if you’re ever in New York.

Javinia from Sugar Coup at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

As a bonus, Javinia proudly displays her Bitcoin Accepted Here sign on her apron at the fair. Can’t miss it!

The Nomad Truck

Nomad at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

The Nomad Truck is NYC’s wandering fashion boutique with some great ladies’ fashion clothes and accessories all wound up neatly inside the back of a delivery truck that can be anywhere – even in your neighborhood, someday!

Jessie from Nomad at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

I think the idea is very neat, and Jessie accepts Bitcoin, so do go pay her a visit when you’re in New York. You can track where this awesome truck is going to be through their website, or through their social media channels. Check out the Nomad Truck on Twitter or Facebook to stay current on its location.

Heisel

Heisel at Hester Street Fair

Heisel specializes in new materials, tailored for what people wear. It’s a very forward looking process, and uses fairly advanced technology and materials to make these products – a perfect addition to any Bitcoin enthusiast’s portfolio of things bought with Bitcoin. They already work on several cutting-edge products, 3-D printing, etc. Here’s a full list of their collections.

Sylvia and Scott from Heisel at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

They were also probably the only ones in the fair selling Bitcoin t-shirts, but don’t mistake them for ordinary t-shirts. Check out their beautiful ideas and creations at Heisel’s website or check them out at Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. Here are Sylvia and Scott who make this possible.

Delicate Raymond

Delicate Raymond at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

Delicate Raymond, located on 73A orchard in lower east side in New York sells some interesting jewelry, and today, it was all up for grabs for $5 flat, paid in Bitcoin of course!

Melt Bakery

Melt at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

Melt Bakery sells delicious ice cream sandwiches and they started accepting Bitcoin just today! By around 1pm, they had made 3 sales with Bitcoin already – not too shabby. They don’t have Bitcoin at their store yet, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they did very soon. Check them out on Twitter or Facebook.

Rosette

Rosette at Hester Street Fair Bitcoin

Rosette is a lower east side New York restaurant that was present at the fair to showcase some of their cooking. It’s located on east broadway, in lower east side.

BitPay

Bitpay at Hester Street Fair

BitPay is a Bitcoin payment processing company from Atlanta, which … oh who am I kidding? If you’re reading this, you probably know BitPay!

Overall, a wonderful Bitcoin fair. I would urge my readers to support these vendors by purchasing from them and paying in Bitcoin – it’s the only way to grow the community and reach.

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May 222014
 

Ripple Price DropBig news out of the Ripple community – the founder Jed has signed a PGP message stating he would sell his entire XRP stake (several billions of XRP) in the coming weeks. This was his exact message:

Hi Everyone,
I started working on ripple in the summer of 2011. I soon hired Arthur and David to help me. In 2012, I met Chris Larsen. He joined us about 5 months before ripple was launched. Chris, Arthur and I kept 20 billion XRP, of which 9 billion were mine. We gave the remaining 80 billion to OpenCoin.
I have given away and donated some of my 9 billion XRP to charities such as MIRI, Literacy Bridge, Give Directly, Mission Bit and others. I plan to start selling all of my remaining XRP beginning in two weeks. Because I have immense respect for the community members and want to be transparent, I’m publicly announcing this before I start. So just fyi…. xrp sales incoming.
Thanks,
Jed.

This is a big development, obviously, and the information has been verified by the forum admin and by Jed sending 1 XRP from an address that holds 1.8 billion XRP.

Also interesting to note is that the announcement was made on XRPtalk and not on the official forum for XRP. This suggests a possible rift between Jed and the other members of the foundation/team.

Obviously, the market hasn’t been too kind to the price of XRP, and according to Coinmarketcap, XRP is now 7th, just below Dogecoin.

Ripple coinmarketcap

As with everything in the cryptocurrency space, speculation is rife about how or why this is being done and what the implications are. For instance, people have suggested that this was done to crash the price deliberately to buy up cheap XRP (my opinion: unlikely). However way you slice it, it has caused a big price crash in ripple, and it will probably remain volatile in the coming weeks.

This is a problem with pre-mined coins where a small percentage of people hold a disproportionately huge amount of coin. If the holders decide to dump, there is no recourse. Although I like the idea of Ripple, the distribution part could definitely have been done better. On the positive side, the Ripple community seems supportive of Jed and his decision. Like I said, watch out for that volatility in the markets. The incident is also sure to bring out more Ripple vs. Bitcoin debates.

Are you a Ripple investor/user? Share your thoughts.

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May 162014
 

Coinbase College Students

Coinbase, the largest Bitcoin “exchange” (it isn’t an exchange per se, just a way to buy Bitcoin online through your bank account) in the United States and one of the few ways to buy Bitcoins through an American company has announced that it is giving away $10 for every college student who registers new on their website. The requirements say that you must be a new user and you must use your college email address ending in .edu, so I don’t know how they can distinguish current students from alumni, faculty, etc. who all would have a .edu account. My guess is they don’t – so it should be relatively easy for anyone with a .edu email account to sign up for Coinbase now and get $10 free.

This comes just before Circle showcased it’s product, which is going be great news for people looking to buy Bitcoin in the US in a simple manner, especially because Circle said they won’t charge any fees right now, as opposed to Coinbase that charges a significant 1% fees while buying and selling in addition to a 15 cent fee for every single transaction. If Circle has similar prices as Coinbase, I see no good reason to keep buying on Coinbase, although it would help to have a Coinbase wallet anyway because they pay the Bitcoin transaction fees for you. So if you have a bunch of micro-payments to make, Coinbase might still be a good option even after Circle opens its gates to everyone. This kind of competition is very needed in this space right now.

Making students familiar with Bitcoin is a nice strategy because the current college-going generation is probably much more comfortable with technology and less likely to trust banks than the older generations, so they would be more amenable to a currency like Bitcoin. Given the many advantages of using Bitcoin for merchants, if they offer a good amount of discounts for using Bitcoin to buy from them, it could really give a nice push to Bitcoin adoption. Only time will tell.

If you have a .edu email address, sign up for Coinbase and get your free $10 worth of Bitcoins.

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Apr 182014
 

Ron Paul Bitcoin

Ron Paul today said

Though I don’t personally believe that Bitcoin is true money, it should be perfectly legal and there should be no restrictions on it, there should be no taxes on it

which isn’t that big of a ‘news’ per se, because Ron Paul has said this before about Bitcoin too. In fact, Ron Paul has said Bitcoin could destroy the dollar. Today, however, Ron Paul has written a big answer to the Quora question “Why does Ron Paul think Bitcoin does not fit the definition of money?” by saying the following:

Bitcoin is a very interesting subject because for many years in Congress I was a champion of legalizing competition in currencies.

We have a terrible monetary system today. We have a government that purposely counterfeits and debases the currencies and I believe that the alternative would be a competition. That means that anything that wants to substitute for the American dollar should be permitted. There should be no prohibitions; there should not be a monopoly and a cartel running our monetary system because it so often benefits the privileged few. We certainly saw this in the bailing out of the financial system where the wealthy bankers got bailed out it in this recent and severe recession. I am a strong believer in competition. Bitcoin is an introduction to that.

Though I don’t personally believe that Bitcoin is true money, it should be perfectly legal and there should be no restrictions on it, there should be no taxes on it. The people who operate Bitcoin would, of course, be prohibited from committing fraud but the people should be able to have competition whether it is a basket of commodities or crypto-currencies – it should be perfectly legal. For this to operate, we need to have freedom from government intervention when it comes to the Internet. I am concerned that the government ultimately wants to curtail the Internet and there have been attempts to do so.

The internet is the salvation for those of us who believe in liberty because it is an alternative way of getting around the system not only in the spreading of our ideas in this instance but in in terms of getting around the monetary system on the whole if they do permit crypto-currencies and other forms of transactions. So, this is something that we should all be concerned about whether we endorse it or not.

What we should all argue for is the use of freedom rather than having a monetary system with regulation domination that is run by a cartel and the special interests – that is the kind of system we have today. We want a system that truly challenges the government in their ability to take care of the very wealthy at the expense of the middle class and the poor.

However, as some Quora commentators have noted, Ron Paul didn’t actually answer the question at all.

Quora Ron Paul Bitcoin

He never answered the ‘Why’ part, just that he personally doesn’t believe Bitcoin is true money. Of course, it is well documented that Ron Paul loves precious metals and believes we should return to the gold standard. In fact, early 2012, he had over 64% of his portfolio in gold and silver mining stocks (which, in hindsight was probably a terrible investment). He has been a very strong advocator of returning to the gold standard and believes in commodity money, so it might be a while before he sees Bitcoin for what he is. In addition, he has admitted in the past that he doesn’t really understand Bitcoin.

Of course, it is still very early in the day to grant Bitcoin the status of a currency. Bitcoin can be a lot of things in addition to currency and is evolving at a rapid pace, morphing into a technological force like the world wide web of the early 90s. We’ll see where that road leads to.

In other news, it seems most of the main stream media, including CoinDesk, want to focus on the ‘not true money’ part of what Ron Paul said, I guess because it is more ‘clickworthy’. CoinDesk covered this article with the headline “Ron Paul: Bitcoin is not ‘True Money’“. I thought I’d focus on the other side of what Ron Paul actually posted on Quora!

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Feb 142014
 

Bitcoin Center NYC

The Bitcoin Center NYC (Twitter – BitcoinCenterNY) is a fairly recent phenomenon but has quickly caught up to the Bitcoin community of New York. New York was one of the earliest cities to take on Bitcoin in a big way, and the whole idea and concept of Satoshi Square Meetup originated in the city. Now, the Bitcoin Center is trying to take it to the next level.

The center opened on the 1st of January 2014, so it’s just into its third month and already doing some pretty incredible things.

One great appeal of the Bitcoin Center is its location – it is located right next to the New York stock exchange on 40 Broad Street. It is a really nice space with a lot of history associated with the whole area, in terms of the financial and securities industry. No matter the current state of the financial industry today, it was a highly innovative industry back in the day at least, and the heart of it all was in Downtown Manhattan right around where the Bitcoin Center now stands today.

Finally, they have a great event planned for the next week, on Monday, February 17th and Tuesday, February 18th in the evening. If you’re a Bitcoin enthusiast (or not!) and in New York, you should definitely consider attending.

On Monday, the event is pitched to be “World’s Largest, and most popular Bitcoin live outcry trading pit”. This is supposed to have trading in Bitcoin and Dogecoin for US Dollars. With all the recent problems with Bitcoin exchanges, there is a lot of opportunity for face-to-face trading of Bitcoin. Don’t forget your computers/smartphones or at least the QR codes of your wallet addresses, so you can buy (or sell) some crypto-currencies!

In addition, Jeffrey Tucker is supposed to attend the event (he was also the organizer of the Crypto Currency Conference in Atlanta last year). Besides, it is always nice to network and mingle with fellow Bitcoin enthusiasts.

If you’re in New York, shoot us a message. We definitely plan to attend this event, and hopefully provide some coverage.

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Jan 212014
 

Is Amazon really going to accept Bitcoin? This speculation came about from this thread from Bitcointalk about an hour ago –

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=426366.0;all

The person starting the thread has confirmed the email is fake.

People are rightly skeptical as there’s nothing official from Amazon. Yet.

I tried to contact Amazon helpdesk and this was our conversation:

Amazon accepting Bitcoin proof

If Amazon accepts Bitcoin as a payment processor in the future sometime, it would be big. It remains to see whether it will be big for Bitcoin or for Amazon! After all, if Bitcoin is here to stay, might as well adopt it sooner than later and at least ride the publicity wave. Retail can be cut-throat competition.

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Sep 202013
 

Where do you get the latest news about Bitcoin? It’s hard to keep track of all the latest developments in a fast-paced technologically innovative space.

Here are my favorite sources. I hope you find them useful:

CoinDesk

Bitcoin Magazine

The Genesis Block

Lets Talk Bitcoin

Bitcointalk forums

Reddit

What about you? What are your favorite Bitcoin news sources?

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Sep 202013
 

Bitcoin Wired Lies

“Never let the facts get in the way of a good story”, said Mark Twain. Or Hemingway. Or someone else. Apparently, it doesn’t matter, because I shouldn’t let facts get in the way of a good story anyway. Or at least, it seems, Wired runs by that motto. It all made a very good story and had all the ingredients of making it popular on the internet – Bitcoin, homelessness, money, government. There was one element missing though: honestly. And it seems like Wired doesn’t really care anyway.

Let me elaborate. If you didn’t read already, Wired ran a story Homeless, Unemployed, and Surviving on Bitcoins. The premise was tantalizing: Bitcoin is providing a way out for these poor homeless guys, even if they don’t make as much as a minimum wage job. The entire argument in the first half of the post was based on this: Guy gets food stamps, but that’s not enough. He makes about 60 cents watching 12 videos on BitcoinGet (and a couple of pennies on Bitcoin Tapper) that helps him get by. Notice how I said was and not is in the last statement? That’s because the actual worth of those videos is 6 cents and not 60 cents. Wired knew of this but preferred not to correct until after getting the sweet-spot-clicks-and-comments (more on this later). Because, you know, screw the facts. Now the whole premise looks silly. 6 cents a day isn’t really going to help you supplement your income.

There are other fishy things in the article. Consider this for example:

Since setting up a bitcoin wallet about three or four months ago, he has earned somewhere between four or five bitcoins — about $500 to $630 today — through YouTube videos, Bitcoin Tapper, and the occasional donation

(bold is mine)
Really? Lets do a reality check (I know how much you love Math)
I’ll use another direct quote from this article as it stands now (corrected version, live right now):

For every video he watches, Angle gets 0.00004 bitcoins, or about half a cent, thanks to a service, called BitcoinGet, that shamelessly drives artificial traffic to certain online clips. He can watch up to 12 videos a day, which gets him to about six cents. And he can beef up this daily take with Bitcoin Tapper, a mobile app that doles out about 0.000133 bitcoins a day — a couple of pennies — if he just taps on a digital icon over and over again.

Ok, so lets give them the benefit of the doubt (really, BitcoinGet doesn’t have 12 videos for you daily). Lets say they do this every single day without fail for 90 days straight. Lets check their earnings for 3 months:

From BitcoinGet: 0.00004BTC * 12 * 90 = 0.0432 Bitcoin
From Bitcoin Tapper: 0.000133 * 90 = 0.01197 Bitcoin
Total: 0.05517 Bitcoin
(Worth ~0.05517*125 = $6.9)

Where did the other, I don’t know, 4-5 Bitcoin come from? Donations in Bitcoin? There, that’s a reality check for you. If you did the above for 3 months straight, you’ll probably have enough money to buy a pizza.

Do you see how the truth is harmful to the narrative? An additional 60 cents a day for about 10 minutes of work is worth it especially if you’re homeless. An additional 6 cents for the same? Not so much. Why is this harmful? Because others might be tempted to do the same without going through the Math above and trusting a trusted “news” source. If it wasn’t obvious from the above, let me reiterate: You cannot make 4-5 Bitcoin from BitcoinGet and Bitcoin Tapper even if you used these every single day for the next 2 years.

Writing a story saying “Homeless guy earns $6.9 after working for 3 months online” doesn’t make a good story now, does it? The article has close to 300 comments. That’s what matters, apparently.

Also, don’t get me wrong. There are quite a few ways you can Earn Bitcoin online, but don’t expect that to replace your day job (if you’re homeless and reading this and really want to earn some Bitcoin online, consider the CrowdFlower section of BitcoinGet, for example, instead of the stupid videos).

I am all for homeless people using Bitcoin and getting paid in Bitcoin. Bitcoin is awesome. Bitcoin is beyond awesome. But I will never support sensationalist stories that distort facts. Deliberately. Now for the deliberate part.

See these two screenshots below. Notice the difference?

Wired Bitcoin Misleading

later changed to

Wired Bitcoin Misleading

The article changes the payment from BitcoinGet from 60 cents to 6 cents. The article was published at 6:30am. I emailed the writer at 7:04am about this glaring error. She wrote back to me at 7:15am claiming I wrote the same thing that she wrote. I emailed her back, with clarification, at 7:21am, telling her that this was wrong. Yes, she knew, for certain, that the facts in her story were wrong, within an hour of it being published. The article was finally corrected around 4pm after the article had ran its course in the crazy internet world where facts matter so little. Mission accomplished. Now, for the sake of “Journalistic Integrity”, we can revert back to facts.

So here it is. I am calling out Wired on their terrible job in correcting factual errors and providing a narrative that isn’t supported by facts as shown above. I know my post will not get a fraction of the views the original Wired article got, but the Bitcoin community needs to be aware of such sensationalism without merit. It’s a shame that Wired had to do resort to this – I know some of the articles in Wired are wonderfully researched. Unfortunately, this wasn’t one of them.

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Sep 152013
 

Crypto Currency Conference Atlanta
Just another quick roundup of the conference in Atlanta. There is going to be launch of BitShares that could be the biggest innovation in the crypto-currency space since Bitcoin. They are going to present at this conference as well. In addition, there are other big names of the industry –

Crypto-Currency Con 2013 Speakers

If you’re near, you should definitely consider attending! The conference is on October 5th, 2013 in Atlanta.

 

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