Richard

Boase

Richard Boase is a freelance writer and PR consultant who got his degree in Multimedia in Brighton before studying for an MA in Journalism at the University of Kingston. He has a keen interest in social media and publicity, worked as a creative director for a marketing and publicity company in Tokyo and as a commercial editor and film-maker in Paris. His interest in bitcoin began in June 2012 and he has written for Cybersalon, the Independent and Press Gazette amongst others.

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How Swarm Plans to Become the Facebook of Crowdfunding
The world's first decentralized crowdfunding platform should provide a simple way to create cryptographic shares in new companies.
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The Economics of Trust: Bob Geldof, Aid and Remittance
Bob Geldof has claimed bitcoin 'won't work', here's why he's wrong.
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Blockchain.info Sponsors British Woman In Solo Row Across Pacific
In June 2014, Elsa Hammond will attempt to row across the Pacific Ocean, sponsored by a Bitcoin company.
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The Australian Bitcoin Association Opens its Doors
The Australian Bitcoin Association is officially accepting members, having completed the process of becoming a fully-fledged legal entity.
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10 Bitcoin Startups to Benefit from Crowdfunding Initiative
Simon Dixon and Max Keiser are joining forces to help launch 10 non-competing bitcoin startups on crowdfunding platform BankToTheFuture.com.
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Is Europe's Second Largest Bitcoin Exchange BTC-e Having Banking Issues?
Concerned voices are being raised about BTC-e which handles as much as 30,000 BTC in trade volume daily.
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UK Bitcoin-Buying Service Bittylicious Adds Feathercoin
Bittylicious, a UK platform that supplies buyers with bitcoins at a premium price, will sell feathercoins in December.
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BitPesa Uses Bitcoin to Slash Kenyan Remittance Costs
A new Kenyan company plans to use bitcoin, targeting the country's $1.17bn annual remittance market.
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Bitstamp Shows Higher Bitcoin Price Than Mt. Gox
The price of bitcoin on Bitstamp has increased to above the level listed on Mt. Gox.
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