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Murch, Bitcoin
Meeting Bitcoiners Online When They Live in the Same City
Bitcoin developer Mark "Murch" Erhardt tells CoinDesk about the most surprising interaction he ever had in his years of running the Bitcoin Stack Exchange. Turns out the crypt...
Murch, Bitcoin

Steve Beauregard
I Underestimated Just How Many Subpoenas I Would Get
The number of subpoenas early crypto companies got from misinformed government agencies was "staggering," says Bloq's Steve Beauregard.
Steve Beauregard

Hodl Guy, Frozen
My Bank Account Was Frozen for Bitcoin – And It Only Made Me Love Crypto More
The guy who coined the term "hodl" has a real bitcoin story that only made his interest in the technology stronger.
Hodl Guy, Frozen

blockchain shirt
Bitcoin and Blockchain: The Tangled History of Two Tech Buzzwords
The word "blockchain" isn't used in the bitcoin white paper, the document that started it all. So, how did the term take off as a buzzword?
blockchain shirt

Bitcoin symbol on keyboard
About That Orange B... The History of Bitcoin’s Logos
Can a logo symbolize the ethos of a project? An industry? An entire movement? Bitcoin's might have come close.
Bitcoin symbol on keyboard

Lightning, bosworth
How Lightning Makes Bitcoin Great Again (for Payments)
Lightning Labs' Alex Bosworth talks about how the lightning network provides bitcoin's best hope for becoming the payments network of the future.
Lightning, bosworth

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Satoshi Square: How Bitcoin Took Over a Park (And Then the World)
Before we knew whether bitcoin was legal or illegal, a group on New Yorkers created an in-person meetup for people to buy, sell and trade the cryptocurrency.
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Solrise
Bitcoin Brought Us a New World We Could Have Only Imagined
It's been 10 years since bitcoin's white paper appeared and opened up a whole new world of possibilities, says BitGo's Mike Belshe.
Solrise