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Top 5 virtual currency stories of 2016 so far

 

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Top 5 virtual currency stories of 2016 so far

So far in 2016, we have seen a variety of stories on smart contracts, bitcoin crime and prices. It’s time to take a look back at the top five most-read blogs and articles for 2016 so far.

Australian businessman may claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto, reports say

Various reports have suggested that Craig Wright might soon claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto. However, he will have to provide a significant amount of evidence to convince a skeptical bitcoin community.

Big banks gather for European Blockchain Congress

Banking giants Santander, Barclays and others are gathering in London on April 26-28 for the European Blockchain Congress. At the event, speakers will address the potential business and technological uses for the blockchain.

IBM to combine blockchain with artificial intelligence

The new technology would allow engineers to ‘go back in time’ to find the source of failure in smart devices.

Donald Trump threatens to cut Mexican remittances

The Republican presidential candidate has threatened to cut remittances to Mexico if the country does not pay for his proposed wall.

UK grants electronic money license to bitcoin company

Boston-based bitcoin company Circle has officially received an electronic money license from Britain. With this license, Circle will be able to work with big banks on money transfers.

Bitcoin e-commerce platform OpenBazaar launched

The platform is designed to enable free transactions with no middlemen through a P2P network, which uses a multisignature escrow to hold payments until the buyer receives the product.

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Bitcoin.com owner challenges Bernie Sanders to a debate

Bitcoin.com founder Roger Ver has challenged 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to a debate with libertarian celebrity Adam Kokesh. Ver has offered to give $100,000 in bitcoin to two charities, one chosen by Sanders, the other by Kokesh.

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Bradley Cooper is the editor of VirtualCurrencyToday.com . Stay up to date on the latest news, products, and trends in virtual currency by following Bradley on Virtual Currency Today.

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