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Dorian Nakamoto starts legal fund to sue Newsweek

Dorian Nakamoto starts legal fund to sue Newsweek

Bitcoin is the most well known and popular of all the virtual currencies out there, it's also the one worth the most real money. Since bitcoin first hit the market people have been looking for the person who invented the currency. In March of this year, Newsweek published a story claiming that a man named Dorian Nakamoto from California was the founder of bitcoin, a claim that Nakamoto has denied since the story first surfaced.

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Apple Pay, Bitcoin coming to Square Register

Apple Pay, Bitcoin coming to Square Register

Bitcoin, tenuous as it may be, is increasingly popular as a form of currency. Apple Pay also looms on the horizon for those still wanting to use cash in a digital sense. Square is also working their service into more businesses, and have slyly announced a new register that will take advantage of both of those technologies.

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eBay tipped to be considering Bitcoin adoption

eBay tipped to be considering Bitcoin adoption

It seems that cryptocurrency will really be here to stay, especially if retail giants start taking it seriously. According to insider sources, eBay is in talks with various Bitcoin exchanges, seeking to integrate this new kind of currency into its existing Braintree payment system, opening the doors to paying for popular services like Uber using intangible money.

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Wikipedia is rolling in Bitcoin donations

Wikipedia is rolling in Bitcoin donations

Bitcoin may be variously misunderstood and mistrusted by financial regulators, but users of the virtual currency are clearly also Wikipedia fans, if the first batch of donation numbers are anything to go by. The Wikimedia Foundation only began accepting bitcoin a week ago, but according to payment provider The Coinbase, the non-profit organization behind the editable-by-all encyclopedia has already raised more than $140,000.

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Synology NAS drives hacked to mine Dogecoins

Synology NAS drives hacked to mine Dogecoins

Users of Synology's products might enjoy having their own personal clouds at home or in the office, but if they're not careful, they might be unknowingly making some hacker or hackers thousands of dollars. This is the scenario painted by security company Dell SecureWorks when it revealed how a number of Synology's drives have been compromised in order to produce Dogecoins.

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