Browsing the "Silicon Valley" Tag

The Crypto-Surveillance Capitalism Connection

| Michael J Casey

If blockchain is to be a force for good, rather than a vehicle of subjugation, advocates must contend with the backlash against Big Tech.

Bitcoin Exchange Huobi to Open US Office

| Nikhilesh De

China-based Huobi, previously one of the country's largest cryptocurrency exchanges, plans to launch an office in San Francisco.

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SEC Chair: Agency ‘Actively Exploring’ Blockchain Regulation

| Michael del Castillo

The chair of the SEC last night spoke out publicly on the Federal regulatory agency's current and future plans for potential blockchain controls.

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Kleiner Perkins: Blockchain Tech Will Spawn Amazon-Sized Successes

| Pete Rizzo

KPCB Edge partner Anjney Midha explains why his new $4m seed-stage investment firm is bullish on the bitcoin blockchain.

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Buttercoin CEO Reveals ‘Tactical Mistake’ that Led to Company Closure

| Pete Rizzo

Buttercoin CEO Cedric Dahl reflects on his leadership at the marketplace and lessons the wider community can learn from his fundraising experience.

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Telecom Giant Orange to Back Bitcoin in Silicon Valley

| Yessi Bello Perez

The Silicon Valley division of global telecommunications giant Orange is planning to invest in the bitcoin space.

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Will Bitcoin Venture Capital Investment Reach $300 Million in 2014?

| Garrick Hileman

Just a month ago, the 2014 run rate for venture capital invested in bitcoin startups stood at $100m.

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Mobile Ad Platform Vungle Offers Publishers Payouts in Bitcoin

| Tom Sharkey

Leading mobile app monetization platform Vungle is now offering bitcoin payouts for its app publishers.

Former US Treasury Secretary Calls Bitcoin an “Innovative” Solution

| Pete Rizzo

Lawrence Summers, Treasury Secretary under Bill Clinton, said he believes bitcoin could be an Internet-sized innovation.

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The Rise of the Cryptocurrency Gift Economy

| Brett Scott

Contrary to popular belief, the majority of bitcoins aren't spent on gambling services or narcotics, but tips and donations.