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Bloomberg News: Wright Can Sue Mystery Site

Bloomberg News: Wright Can Sue Mystery Site

Bloomberg News reported that scientist Craig Wright will now be able to sue the mystery owners of the bitcoin.org website.  The story, picked up by the Drudge Report, emphasizes that the London court will permit Mr. Wright to go after the site for allegedly infringing his copyright over the world’s largest cryptocurrency.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/24/2021

Bitcoin Beat: Biden Tax Plans Sink BTC

Bitcoin Beat: Biden Tax Plans Sink BTC

Meanwhile, Coingeek.com reports that, in South Korea, the government will stiffen regulations on digital currency transactions and will enforce a “special crackdown on illegal activities related to virtual assets.”

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/23/2021

Poker Pro Lynne Beaumont Accuses Terik Brown in Bitcoin Scam, Case Takes Sinister Turn

Poker Pro Lynne Beaumont Accuses Terik Brown in Bitcoin Scam, Case Takes Sinister Turn

The accuser has received odd visits at her former home followed by phone messages that warn to stop defaming Terik (Tizzy) Brown

Submitted by Nagesh Rath on, Apr/20/2021

Bitcoin Beat: BTC Nosedives, April 20 ‘Doge Day’?

Bitcoin Beat: BTC Nosedives, April 20 ‘Doge Day’?

Plus Calvin Ayre talks Bitcoin SV and why it is the most valuable blockchain network.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/19/2021

The Bitcoin White Paper: Combining and Splitting Value and Privacy

The Bitcoin White Paper: Combining and Splitting Value and Privacy

Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles continue the video discussions in a series exploring the Bitcoin White Paper line-by-line. The next section tackles the principles of combining and splitting value as well as looking at how privacy relates to Bitcoin.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/15/2021

Coinbase Goes Public, Exposure to Regulatory Danger?

Coinbase Goes Public, Exposure to Regulatory Danger?

Coinbase is making its initial public offering of stock April 14 and this has helped push the price of Bitcoin up to near $64,000 as of Wednesday morning.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/14/2021

Sudan Embraces the Blockchain, Arizona One Step Closer to Sports Betting

Sudan Embraces the Blockchain, Arizona One Step Closer to Sports Betting

The Bitcoin Association and the BSV delegation was welcome by the Sudan government last week in an effort to implement blockchain technology and this week Arizona was well on its way to becoming the next US state to legalize sports betting with only the Governor's signature needed.

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Apr/13/2021

Suit Filed Against Craig Wright "Father of Bitcoin": Not Author of White Paper?

Lawsuit Filed Against Dr. Craig Wright "Father of Bitcoin": Not Author of White Paper?

Suit seeks to prove Wright is NOT the rightful founder of Bitcoin, but some would argue we will know otherwise in due time.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/13/2021

Ethereum-based Virtue Poker Gets Malta Clearance

Ethereum-based Virtue Poker Gets Malta Clearance

Ethereum-based startup Virtue Poker plans to conduct an initial DEX offering (IDO). While these types of announcements typically get lost in the crypto waste dump - often where they belong - this one has a little more punch.

Submitted by Ace King on, Apr/12/2021

The Bitcoin White Paper: Reclaiming Disk Space and Simplified Payment Verification (SPV)

The Bitcoin White Paper:  Reclaiming Disk Space

Continuing in the series of YouTube episodes where Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles discuss the Bitcoin white paper line-by-line, we arrive at the part of the discussion addressing multiple subjects. Both Reclaiming Disk Space and Simplified Payment Verification are talked about including a few other informative topics that sprung up.  

Submitted by C Costigan on, Apr/12/2021

The Bitcoin White Paper: Transactions

The Bitcoin White Paper: Transactions

After watching the interview between Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles where they discuss the Bitcoin White Paper in its entirety, you might walk away with a better understanding of Dr. Wright’s original intended purpose for creating Bitcoin. The two discuss several topics that branch off from the original discussion to help you gain the right answers to the question “what is Bitcoin”.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/11/2021

Jeff Ifrah: US Regulators Odds-On to Approve In-Game Tokens

Jeff Ifrah: US Regulators Odds-On to Approve In-Game Tokens

On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, we spoke to the Founder of Ifrah Law, Jeff Ifrah as he discussed NFTs, possible US regulations in the Gaming and Cryptocurrency industries.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/07/2021

The Bitcoin White Paper: Timestamp Server

The Bitcoin White Paper: Timestamp Server

Continuing to review the series of dialogues between Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles, where they discuss the Bitcoin White Paper line-by-line, we come to the section concerning the Timestamp Server. Dr. Wright is the inventor of Bitcoin and the Chief Science officer at nChain while Ryan is the founder of Money Button. 

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/07/2021

The Bitcoin White Paper: Stealing Bitcoin

In the video discussion about the second paragraph of the Bitcoin white paper between Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles, the topic of honesty arose with regards to nodes and the security of the system. While there are a number of security features built in to blockchain, the idea of a rogue or criminal node stealing transactions is thwarted from an economic standpoint.  

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/05/2021

The Bitcoin White Paper: Proof of Work and Network

The Bitcoin White Paper: Proof of Work and Network

In a series of YouTube videos, Dr Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles discuss the Bitcoin white paper line by line. Their discussions both clarify the original purpose and intent of Bitcoin as well as inspire additional thoughts about and future uses of it. Having the creator of Bitcoin explain it in his own words certainly clarifies some of the areas that have been misunderstood by many for a very long time. 

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/05/2021

The Bitcoin White Paper: Part One

The Bitcoin White Paper: Part One

Who better to discuss the nuances and mapping of Bitcoin with than the creator himself, Dr. Craig S. Wright. That’s exactly what Ryan X. Charles was able to do in an interview discussing the Bitcoin white paper, line by line. It was an opportunity to share with the world in an open discussion Dr. Wright’s creation and vision. Let’s take a look at some of the takeaways from that interview.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/02/2021

The Bitcoin White Paper: Alert Key

The Bitcoin White Paper: Alert Key

Before explaining what Bitcoin is, allow me to explain what it is not. It may sound somewhat elementary or humorous to established Bitcoin users, however there are many people out there that do not realize it is not an actual coin. Some that are just stepping into the cryptocurrency arena still hold the idea there is some sort of a physical monetary token. Of course, that’s not the case. 

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/02/2021

What is Bitcoin?

What is Bitcoin?

Before explaining what Bitcoin is, allow me to explain what it is not. It may sound somewhat elementary or humorous to established Bitcoin users, however there are many people out there that do not realize it is not an actual coin. Some that are just stepping into the cryptocurrency arena still hold the idea there is some sort of a physical monetary token. Of course, that’s not the case. 

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/31/2021

PayPal is the Cart Coming Before the Horse in the Bitcoin Space

PayPal is the Cart Coming Before the Horse in the Bitcoin Space

Jordan Atkins of CoinGeek examines why digital asset providers are not being kept up to their promises, with a special focus on Revolut, one of the more well-known fintech companies to have cropped up in recent years to promise a revolution in money management.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/29/2021

Top Bitcoin News

Gambling911.com has all your latest news headlines related to Bitcoin and the world of cryptocurrencies.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/28/2021

Can I Send Bitcoin From California to Gamble Online?

Can I Send Bitcoin From California to Gamble Online?

It is legal to use Bitcoin in the United States, and this includes California.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/28/2021

Top Bitcoin SV News

Gambling911.com has all your Bitcoin news headlines.  Here we explore news briefs associated with Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV).  

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/23/2021

Digital Asset Exchanges Endangered

Digital Asset Exchanges Endangered

Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is reportedly probing Binance Holdings Ltd. for permitting U.S. residents to access certain services.  That news has struck fear in those who might have wrongfully believed digital assets operate outside purview. 

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/19/2021

The NFT Craze is Driven By Ignorance

Writing for CoinGeek, Jordan Atkins writes that the hype around the non fungible token (NFT) has reached cacophony.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/19/2021

€1 Million Earmarked for BSV Startups

€1 Million Earmarked for BSV Startups

Investment firm Two Hop Ventures is marking a total €1 million in startup funding for Bitcoin startups in their quest to assist startups that leverage BSV's technological advantages.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/18/2021

Take The Great Blockchain for Gaming Survey and Earn Some Free Satoshis

Take The Great Blockchain for Gaming Survey and Earn Some Free Satoshis

If you are a gaming industry operator, affiliate, blogger, you are going to want to learn more about the blockchain beyond how much your cryptocurrency portfolio is doing (yes, we kow it's doing pretty well right now).

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/16/2021

US Congress Reintroduces Bill That Excludes Digital Currency From Securities Law

US Congress Reintroduces Bill That Excludes Digital Currency From Securities Law

The Token Taxonomy Act, drafted by Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio), has been reintroduced into Congress.  It is a bill that seeks to exclude digital currencies from being defined as securities.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/16/2021

Bitcoin: Fake Elon Musk Giveaway Scam 'Cost Man £400,000'

Bitcoin: Fake Elon Musk Giveaway Scam 'Cost Man £400,000'

Analysts at Whale Alert in Amsterdam had watched in horror as Sebastian's 10 Bitcoin were transferred and then cashed out anonymously a few days later.

Submitted by Alejandro Botticelli on, Mar/16/2021

South Korea Digital Currency Exchanges to Face Penalties for Anti-Money Laundering Breaches

South Korea Digital Currency Exchanges to Face Penalties for Anti-Money Laundering Breaches

New enforcement measures are being introduced in South Korea as a means of ensuring digital currency exchanges are upholding their obligations under anti-money laundering regulations.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Mar/14/2021

Bitcoin Ban in India? Even Jail Terms

India will propose a law banning cryptocurrencies, fining anyone trading in the country or even holding such digital assets, a senior government official told Reuters in a potential blow to millions of investors piling into the red-hot asset class.

Submitted by Reuters on, Mar/14/2021

Breaking News

Maine Sports Betting Market Limited and Not Likely to Go Live for Another Two Years

Maine Sports Betting Market Limited and Not Likely to Go Live for Another Two Years

Up to 12 entities have reached out to the Maine Gambling Control Unit to introduce themselves and offer information about their services, but they're not who you might think.

Kevin Durant Next Team Odds Have Suns Favored at 4-5

Kevin Durant Next Team Odds Have Suns Favored at 4-5

The Brooklyn Nets come in at the middle of the pack to win the 2023 NBA Championship, thanks in no small part to Kevin Durant asking to leave.

Can I Bet Sports Online With Just a Valid Email?

Can I Bet Sports Online With Just a Valid Email?

More and more online sportsbooks are moving to the anonymous wagering model.  Sites like Nitrobetting only require a valid email to open an account and to get paid.