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18 May 2017 Bitcoin Price Breaks Beyond $1,900 [63481]
CryptoCoinsNews, May 18th 2017

"Bitcoin price has now hit a new all-time high with a global average of $1,937.15, scaling above the $1,900 figure for the first time ever.

Bitcoin's remarkable year in making gains continues, as prices have now nearly doubled since the cryptocurrency scaled $1,000 at the turn of the year.

Led by Japanese markets with a volume of over $300 million over the last 24 hours, the world's most prominent cryptocurrency is continuing to see increased activity in Asia. Japan and Korea now account for two of the top five bitcoin trading markets in the world, combining for over 47% of the market share..."
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18 May 2017 Intertwining Artificial Intelligence With Blockchain [63500]
LinuxInsider, May 18th 2017

"Except for those folks living under rocks (sounds uncomfortable), everyone knows about or at least has heard of bitcoin. However, not everyone understands the technology of bitcoin, which extends well beyond Internet-based currency.

For the rock people, bitcoin is an Internet-based currency that allows for transparency with respect to each transfer of the currency through the use of a distributed database. Each transaction is locked in a block, and blocks are connected to form a 'blockchain'..."
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15 May 2017 How Five States Are Approaching Bitcoin Regulation [63490]
Bitcoin Magazine, May 15th 2017

"Cryptocurrency should be regulated. Cryptocurrency should not be regulated. Cryptocurrency can't be regulated. These are all common refrains emanating from the media these days. Now lawmakers across the United States and around the world are at a crossroads as to what is next in terms of this regulatory space.

Bitcoin and other forms of cryptocurrency present a monumental challenge for legislators, requiring a broad understanding of blockchain technology, especially in terms of its impact on tech innovation. Amid assertions that the U.S. is falling behind in terms of Bitcoin regulation, it could be argued that the regulatory picture is becoming clearer in 2017..."
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14 May 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [63176]
Vol 231 Issue 1 ; Vol 230 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 229 Issues 3, 4 and 5

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:

  • U.S. Government Cracks Down On Illegal Bitcoin Money Transmitters
  • What Is This HDMI ARC Port on My TV?
  • All-Flash, All-Disk Or Hybrid?
  • 1 In 4 Banks Struggle With Online Customer Verification
  • Career Advice: Moving Into DevOps
  • 13 Interview Tips To Land That Job
  • 7 Steps To Fight Ransomware
  • Top 10 AI And Machine Learning Data Storage Trends
  • A 'World First' Fusion Reactor Just Created Its First Plasma
  • Why Human + AI Partnerships Will Deliver The Best Customer Experiences

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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14 May 2017 U.S. Government Cracks Down On Illegal Bitcoin Money Transmitters [63197]
Bitcoin Magazine, May 5th 2017

Sterlin Lujan reports in Bitcoin Magazine, "Owning and operating a money transmitter service in the U.S. is 'illegal' unless it is registered with State agencies. Unfortunately, this is also true if one uses Bitcoin to exchange for fiat currency. Bitcoin is not immune from State or Federal laws regulating the flow of money, and agents can track bitcoin transfers over the blockchain..."
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