Monthly Archives: March 2014

CoinSummit in San Francisco Amazing – The Game is Changing

For this writer, whose focus since 2009 has been a shift to a better way to do the financial system, it has been a watershed week. I haven’t stopped buzzing since the opening panel at the Coinsummit conference, which took … Continue reading

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Ripple Chris Larsen Interview and CoinSummit

Great interview of Chris Larsen, one of the founders of Ripple, a ground breaking open source, distributed currency payment protocol.  Ripple facilitates trades across multiple currencies, including many of the Alt-coins, including of course Bitcoin.   Ripple also offers its own … Continue reading

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Cryptocurrencies – The Greatest Social Network of All Time?

Some now see the open protocol of bitcoin and cryptocurencies as the ultimate social network.  The professor agrees …. See: https://ripple.com/blog/the-greatest-social-network-of-all-time/

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Harvard U. Installs 1st Bitcoin ATM

The Harvard Bitcoin Club has help establish the first Bitcoin ATM on Harvard Campus. Ream more at link …. http://www.ihavebitcoins.com/featured/harvard-square-welcomes-first-bitcoin-atm/

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“Volunteer Government”

The “Fifth Pillar” of the shift to a sustainable, abundant society is our shift to multiple currency types. Kyle Torpey is an insightful writer on the evolving cryptocurrency phenomenon and has posted this recent article on the notion of Volunteer … Continue reading

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The Five Pillars – An excerpt from “Currency By Bolt” book in progress.

  “Its nearly impossible to change a system from within – you have to go outside and create a new one that makes the old one obsolete!”                                                                       –  Buckminster Fuller Something’s up.   Between the time of the dot-com collapse of … Continue reading

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