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Grace served as an editor for CoinDesk from 2013 to 2015.

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What Is the Bitcoin Block Size Debate and Why Does It Matter?
The debate over the size of Bitcoin’s blocks has been called its “constitutional crisis,” splitting the community right down the middle.
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This Robot Plant Needs You and Bitcoin to Reproduce
The Plantoid, debuted at last month's Ars Electronica festival, relies on bitcoin to stay alive and – once it has enough – even reproduce.
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Deloitte Partners With Blockchain Startup Colu
Coloured coins startup Colu has revealed it is embarking on a partnership with multinational consulting firm Deloitte.
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Microsoft Rolls Out Ethereum Toolkit for Business Users
Computing giant Microsoft is rolling out a toolkit that will let its enterprise users build on the Ethereum protocol.
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MasterCard, CIBC and New York Life Join DCG Funding Round
MasterCard has been named as one of 11 investors in Digital Currency Group's new funding round.
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BitFury Announces 'Record' Immersion Cooling Project
Bitcoin's biggest miner, BitFury, says it is launching the world's largest two-phase immersion cooling project.
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Bitcoin Startup Cleared of Breaching Securities Law
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) of Saskatchewan, Canada, has cleared a bitcoin startup of breaching securities law.
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FBI: Malware Victims Should Pay Bitcoin Ransoms
Victims of malware, such as bitcoin ransomware Cryptolocker, should pay off the perpetrators, an FBI agent has advised.
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Software School Tackles Fake Degrees Using the Blockchain
San Francisco's new software engineering school, Holberton, has announced it will tackle fake degrees using bitcoin technology.
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London Law Firm to Digitise Contracts Using Bitcoin Technology
A London law firm has announced plans to digitise its legal agreements using bitcoin technology.
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