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Dogecoin trading volume trumps all other digital currencies

Dogecoin trading volume trumps all other digital currencies

Digital currencies are often hit or miss, with Bitcoin being king among them and other lesser known digital currencies languishing in the pool of at-least-I'm-worth-something. Then there's Dogecoin. The currency was created in short order as little more than a joke, capitalizing on the amusing Doge meme and entering the digital world with a high maximum output of 100 billion. Though worth little, Dogecoin's trading volume has bypassed all other digital currencies.

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Bitcoin miners do not have to register as money transfer services: ruling

Bitcoin miners do not have to register as money transfer services: ruling

Bitcoin miner Milly Bitcoin has done a little citizen letter-writing, and the results should make virtual currency miners breathe a sigh of relief. Milly Bitcoin's mining company Atlantic City Bitcoin last June wrote to the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) requesting an official administrative ruling on whether ACB must register as a money transfer service. FinCEN has now replied, and the answer is no.

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Dogecoin digital currency takes on Bitcoin with a bit of meme flair

Dogecoin digital currency takes on Bitcoin with a bit of meme flair

As far as digital currency goes, Bitcoin is the word on all interested parties' lips, but that could possibly (it pays to be optimistic) change in the coming months with the introduction of Dogecoin, a Bitcoin-esque digital offering that is based on, oddly enough, the Doge meme. There are some fundamental differences between Bitcoin and Dogecoin, not the least of which is that the latter's value mostly depends on how much someone is willing to give you for it.

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Bitcoin mining has its darkside: schemers taking advantage of regulation void

Bitcoin mining has its darkside: schemers taking advantage of regulation void

Bitcoin's value continues to soar as the digital currency is embraced by some and banned by others, becoming a valid method of payment at more than a few locations and even inspiring a new field of study at one university. With all its upsides comes a downside, however, something that results from the current void of regulations as the modern world decides how to deal with the currency: schemers who taking advantage of the system to make their Bitcoin mining worthwhile.

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Michael Dell goes on record supporting remote workers

Michael Dell goes on record supporting remote workers

Working from home took a hit earlier in the year when Marissa Mayer decided that all Yahoo employees would need to start working from a company office. The changes at Yahoo were then followed by Best Buy who similarly, pulled remote workers back into an office setting. There has been plenty of back and forth on the topic since, however it looks like not all feel the same way as Yahoo and Best Buy.

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Coin chat with CEO: will stores accept the next wave?

Coin chat with CEO: will stores accept the next wave?

There's a credit card device by the name of Coin appearing this month with full intention of a full release inside 2014, and this week we've had a brief chat with the founder and CEO of the company to pose a few queries regarding real-world use. While the card itself wont be produced for the public in bulk for several weeks at least, there are quite a few things we needed to find out before we went out and dropped cash on a multi-card device we'd never play-tested ourselves before.

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DoJ, SEC, the Fed to Senate Homeland Security: Bitcoin is legitimate

DoJ, SEC, the Fed to Senate Homeland Security: Bitcoin is legitimate

As Bitcoin settles in for another spasmodic leap in the ticker graphs, key agencies in the United States government are telling elected officials that Bitcoin is a legitimate financial instrument. Officials from the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Reserve and other experts released letters ahead of a Senate Homeland Security Committee hearing to say Bitcoin "has great potential benefits" as well as risks, just as with any other financial instrument. This signals a widening public acceptance of the digital currency.

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Coin digital credit card aims for cross-breed payment simplification

Coin digital credit card aims for cross-breed payment simplification

Today the device known as Coin has come to light, fully prepared to take the place of all of the credit cards, gift cards, membership cards, and whatever other kind of cards you've got in your wallet or purse consist of. What you're working with here is a single (black, for the time being) card with a digital screen that connects to your smartphone and tells the scanner what data you'd like to share. This card can be whatever you need it to be.

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Bitcoin on fire as proponents prognosticate stratospheric rise

Bitcoin on fire as proponents prognosticate stratospheric rise

As of this moment, Bitcoin's exchange rate is hovering a few dollars under $400, according to the Mt.Gox ticker. It's about $45 more than it was 24 hours ago, $75 more than the day before, and $120 more than the day before that. All told, Bitcoin has netted about $180 in the past week. To give you an idea of what this looks like, the steady green line of candlesticks in the charts below signify highs and lows for the past week; the erratic blue line represents trading volume.

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