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23 Apr 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [62500]
Vol 230 Issues 1 and 2; Vol 229 Issues 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; Vol 228 Issue 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 5 Things All Security Teams Should Be Doing (But Many Aren't)
  • What Is 4K Blu-Ray?
  • How To Make Your IT Department More Valuable: 4 Stages Of Success
  • How CIOs Can Improve Their Staff's Engagement (Slideshow)
  • IT Certifications: How Valuable Are They?
  • Salaries For Storage, Networking Pros Continue To Rise
  • How To Eliminate Enterprise Shadow IT
  • The Best VPNs 2017
  • What Matters To Project Managers
  • How CISOs can explain privacy to the C-suite

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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23 Apr 2017 Bitcoin Isn't Money, Rules US Judge In Money Laundering Case [62513]
CryptoCoinsNews, April 11th 2017

"Yet another U.S. judge has ruled that bitcoin isn't money.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Hugh B. Scott ruled in a money laundering case in Buffalo, N.Y. that bitcoin is more like a commodity and is not a form of currency, according to a local news report. He recommended the money laundering charge be dropped against the defendant since bitcoin isn't money.

Scott is not the first U.S. judge to rule that bitcoin is not money..." - CryptoCoinsNews
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23 Apr 2017 Summary of Upcoming South Florida IT Events [62505]
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23 Apr 2017 Bitcoin Knowledge: How Bitcoin Works and Other Technical Topics [62695]
Thursday, April 27th, 2017: 6:00 PM to ...

WeWork - South of Fifth - Miami

The meetup will be in the common area of the WeWork building. Arrive on time so you don't get locked out of the building. Call or text 305-890-7695 if you can't find us.

We have a jam packed educational session for you! Stop by to learn how Bitcoin will scale globally, get an introduction to the source code on GitHub, and go over other technical topics. Event will kick off at 6 p.m. sharp. Arrive on time so you don't get locked out of the building. We look forward to answering your questions about Bitcoin.

Topics may be slightly modified based on participant interest.

  • How Bitcoin Works
  • Bitcoin Improvement Proposals
  • Network Forks
  • Bitcoin Unlimited
  • Segregated Witness (SegWit)
  • Lightning Network
  • Enhanced Bitcoin Privacy

Chris DeRose, Adrian Childers, Charles Evans, Gianni D'Alerta, Ryan Brewer
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21 Apr 2017 What's Keeping Cryptocurrencies From Mass Adoption? [62615]
TechCrunch, April 21st 2017

"Speculators flocked to Bitcoin and many of the alt-coins in hopes of getting in early and making a big exit, but everyday users haven't warmed to cryptocurrencies.

There are many reasons why, but one of the largest barriers to mainstream adoption is the price volatility of cryptocurrencies.

So the question is, why do the prices change so much in the first place? It comes down to supply and demand: Most cryptocurrencies have only a fixed total supply, and yet demand for the coins is uncertain and constantly fluctuating thanks to speculation.

Of course, it's easy enough to talk about the problem - coming up with a solution is quite another matter..."
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