Thought this was funny, Bitcoin Cash reached the most devilish price today on Poloniex.
The SEC is going to make their decision to approve or deny the Winklevoss ETF (exchange-traded fund) today.
Place your bets! Do you think they will approve, or deny?
Winklevoss’s own the Bitcoin exchange called Gemini, NASDAQ: COIN.
Good luck to them, and to bitcoin for this monumental event!
EDIT: The SEC did not approve the ETF 🙁
Well today is national “Bitcoin 666 – number of the beast day”, yes I proclaimed today as this! We hit $666 and bitcoin is all over the place the last few days. Lets settle on this, today is BTC666 day! What are you going to do for celebration? Egg your neighbors house? Pee all over the toilet seat? … ok ok, lets not get any worse than this! LOL
…. ok enough of this, let quit this craziness and go “to the moon” from here on out! 🙂
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 (website now closed).
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 🙂
See all details about the St. Petersburg Bitcoin Bowl at the official website: http://stpetersburgbowl.com
The asian live webcams porn company Cam Dough has released this statement:
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Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are keynote speakers at the upcoming “Bitcoin 2013 Kickoff Party” in San Jose, California this Friday May 17 at the conference Bitcoin 2013.
The entrance fee at the door will be $350. Sponsors include Bitcoin Foundation, My Celium, Bit Instant, Bit Pay, Bitcoin Fund EU.
What: Bitcoin 2013 Conference
Where: San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA
When: Friday May 17 til Sunday May 19
Here is the recent announcement from Satoshi Dice, the largest Bitcoin gaming website:
Beginning tomorrow, Thursday May 16, SatoshiDice.com will close to US players and all US-based IP’s will be blocked from the website. You will also see a new terms of service agreement to which you must agree if you wish to play.
This decision was made on the basis of extensive legal counsel. The best way to limit legal risk for SatoshiDice, and thereby protect its stakeholders, is to block US players.
Note that this decision does not mean that online gambling is illegal in the US, nor does it mean that Bitcoin gaming is illegal. However, the courts have not been clear on the definition of gambling, nor on what would constitute “legitimate gaming,” nor are jurisdictions properly defined, and thus this is a proactive measure to protect those involved in the project.
Further, this decision is not being made because of any citation or notice from any government agency, whatsoever. This is not, in any way, related to the recent Gox/Dwolla court order issue. Again, it is a proactive measure, based on the prudent legal guidance of our trusted lawyers.
We believe this is a wise move for the site to perpetuate in the long term.
Further, to clarify, SatoshiDice is hosted in Netherlands, Iceland, and Ireland, and has never utilized US currency or engaged with the US banking system whatsoever.