Thursday morning, we thought Bitcoin’s creator had been unveiled. Now, it looks like we might be no closer to knowing the answer. Read more »
In an exclusive interview with the AP Thursday afternoon, the man who Newsweek claimed earlier in the day to be Bitcoin’s founder refuted the article. Read more »
As Bitcoin works out its issues, the newest cryptocurrency startup accelerator backed by Match.com’s founder brings Ripple into the spotlight. Read more »
A Japanese tax on Bitcoin could mean that it’s no longer viewed as a currency, but a commodity. Read more »
Will this be the week that ended Bitcoin? It’s too early to know, but the market is recovering even in the shadow of the MtGox mess. Read more »
SEC filings don’t have to be dense PDFs filled with numbers. A former SEC analyst turned the data into an interactive database so companies and their filings could be easily searched. Read more »
As Mt. Gox continues its downhill slide, here’s a look at what’s happening in the Bitcoin world. Read more »
An image of people holding their phones up to a bright full moon would normally imply that they are Instagramming or Snapchatting it to their friends. But John Stanmeyer, a photographer for VII and National Geographic, captured a moment on the shores of Djibouti City, where migrants gather to try catch a cell connection from Somalia. The photo portrays a romantic look at the globalization of technology and what technology means to people around the globe. On Friday, the World Press Photo Association awarded the image 2013 Photo of the Year after it beat out more than 98,000 images, ranging from the war in Syria to the shooting at Kenya’s Westgate mall.
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One day before the Sochi Winter Olympics opening ceremony, Google changed its front page in both Russia and the U.S. to what looks like a very public protest in doodle form. The rainbow-themed image of athletes pictured below includes a quote from section 6 of the Olympic charter, which advocates against discrimination in any form. Russian law limits free speech from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. While some Olympic sponsors have issued statements condemning the law, it’s not surprising that Google went to its doodle to make a not-so-subtle point.