Mike Tyson is coming out with a bitcoin ATM machine this coming August 2015. The website doesn’t have much information of where it will be located or any other details, but you can subscribe to the MikeTysonBitcoin.com mailing list to get emails about updates, info of what is the dealy.
His website says:
“MIKE TYSON’S FASTEST KNOCK OUT IN THE RING WAS 30 SECONDS. THE MIKE TYSON BITCOIN ATM CAN TURN YOUR CASH INTO BITCOIN IN UNDER 20 SECONDS”
Good luck Iron Mike, I hope you can get your ATM machine out as planned! Checkout the website here.
My friend just introduced me to this new bitcoin gambling website called Prime Dice. You send bitcoin to your account there, setup your gambling technique and odds, and you let the auto roll go! I just turned 1 bitcoin into 1.5 bitcoin in the past hour. Call me lucky, or whatever, it was fun to watch. Let me know if you join and I can help you setup your bets the way I have mine
Here is a 1hr+ video of Coinbase founders Fred Ehrsam and Brian Armstrong answering questions from Twitter users and followers. Some interesting answers, information and perspective from the guys at the top of Coinbase
Inside Bitcoins conference in Paris in November 20-21, 2014
What is it? Inside Bitcoins Paris Conference
Where is it? Espaces Cap 15, 1/13 Quai de Grenelle, 75015 Paris, France
When is it? Thursday and Friday November 20-21, 2014
Speakers will include representatives from Blockchain.info, Coinizy, BitSpread, Paymium, Coinprism, Pathfinder Captial, Epicenter Bitcoin, and many more.
After Paul Krugmans statement about the internet in late 90’s, does he have any credibility left as an economist?
Paul Krugman is a Nobel Prize-winning economist that has said this in the late 90’s about the internet:
The growth of the internet will slow drastically, as the flaw in “Metcalfe’s Law” – which states that the number of potential connections in a network is proportional to the square of the number of participants — becomes apparent: most people have nothing to say to each other! By 2005 or so, it will become clear that the Internet’s impact on the economy has been no greater than the fax machine’s.
Coinbase has done it again! They are allowing us customers to sleep well at night knowing our bitcoins are totally safe now with the launch of their new “Vault”. It is a way to totally protect your bitcoins, there are 2 email and 1 sms authentications, so it’s a lot better and safer than ever before.
The admin looks like this:
Coinbase sent this email on July 25th 2014 announcing the launch of their new Vault:
Sleep Well Knowing Your Bitcoin is Safe
Bitcoin wallets are great for day-to-day spending, but storing large amounts of bitcoin requires extra security. This is why we created Coinbase Vault.
How does it work?
Withdrawals are time delayed with notifications delivered to your phone and email
Optionally choose multiple withdrawal approvers for increased security
Up to 97% of bitcoin is stored entirely offline in geographically distributed safe deposit boxes and private safes
How much does it cost?
The Coinbase vault is 100% free and has no fees.
I received an email today that was supposedly from the Bitcoin wallet Blockchain, from email address TCfirstname.lastname@example.org which read:
Blockchain – Bitcoin transfer
REAL STREET ADDRESS
REAL CITY, STATE
REAL ZIP CODE
Dear MY REAL NAME
you have won 1,34 BTC at our global Bitcoin-winning game.
Download and start the transfer program from http://easy-transfer.servehttp.com
Login with your tempory username and password.
Enter yout BTC-Wallet address and click on the receive-button.
We would be pleased if you check out our service.
We are not a bank, you retain complete ownership of your Money. We cannot view your balance, see your transactions or make payments on your behalf.
– Mobile support
– Double encryption
– One click backups
– Payment notifications
– Charts & Analytics
I also posted a thread about this on Bitcointalk.org here. Everyone there agrees this is totally an email phishing or full blown scam.