KG Berlin: Handel mit Bitcoin ist nicht strafbar
Bitcoins sind kein Finanzinstrument im Sinne des KWG – Urteil mit weitreichender Bedeutung für Kryptowährungen und ICOs
Berlin, 22.10.2018. Der Handel mit Bitcoins ist nicht strafbar, da der Bitcoin kein Finanzinstrument im Sinne des Kreditwesengesetzes (KWG) ist. Das hat das Kammergericht
FAME | die neue Weltwährung.
Vergesst den Euro und vergesst erst Recht den Bitcoin, das alles war vorgestern!
Die neue Währung der Gegenwart und Zukunft heißt FAME (zu deutsch berühmt sein).
Auf Grund meiner jahrelangen Beobachtungen verfasse ich diesen Artikel, um dem ein oder anderen Leser/in die
Distributed Dialogues EP #7 – Cambodia and the Fall of its Free Press
„I think you need to keep alive some sort of a citizen journalist concept, so that eventually, if there is some kind of a civil-society movement, there’s something to hold it together, a glue that will hold it together.“
Welcome to Season Two of Distributed Dialogues. This season was inspired by the Human Rights Foundation’s Oslo Freedom Forum, focusing on the intersection between human rights and decentralized technology. In each episode we’ll tell stories where basic human rights have been jeopardized, then present ways in which decentralized technology might serve as a tool for overcoming these challenges.
This episode is called ‚œCambodia and the Fall of its Free Press‘; in it, we bring you the story of Cambodia’s civil war and its current need for citizen journalists.
Distributed Dialogues is a BTC Media-produced podcast on the Let’s Talk Bitcoin Network. Visit www.letstalkbitcoin.com for more engaging podcasts and follow us on twitter @TheLTBNetwork.
This episode is sponsored by: Distributed Health 2018
Music by David Berges via Pond5.
Let’s Talk Bitcoin! #379 Tether, ICOs and STOs
On Todays Episode of Let’s Talk Bitcoin…
Stephanie Murphy, Andreas Antonopoulos and Jonathan Mohan join Adam B. Levine for an update on the „Stablecoin“ Equilibrium, followed by an in-depth conversation about the past, present and future of Initial Coin Offerings and „Securitized Token Offerings“
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This episode was sponsored by Andreas.events and Stamps.com. It featured content from Jonathan Mohan, Stephanie Murphy, Andreas Antonopoulos and Adam B. Levine.
Music for episode 379 was provided by Jared Rubens and General Fuzz, with editing by Matthew Zipkin and Adam Levine.
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The Crypto Show: Marco Peereboom Of Decred, Ladar Levison Lavabit And Joseph Akintolayo From Yourex.io
We kick it off with Marco from Decred talking about the latest news the history of the first atomic swap that was generated by Litecoin and Decred. Plus the details of the Decred track as Platinum Sponsor of the Texas Bitcoin Conference in Austin Texas October 27th & 28th.Then Ladar Levison creator of Lavabit who bared the brunt of the governments wrath for being Edward Snowdens email provider, talks about Lavabit’s rebirth powered by what Ladar touts as DarkMail.Finally Joseph Akintolayo creator of A very user-friendly exchange/wallet that also provides one touch masternode services, Yourex.io
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Ethereum – Wie und wo kann man es kaufen oder verkaufen?
Viele Leute haben inzwischen von Bitcoin gehört, aber wie sieht es aus mit seinem Rivalen Ethereum? Dieses zu bekommen, ist etwas schwieriger, aber natürlich nicht unmöglich…
Berlin, 18. Oktober 2018:
Ethereum steht im Ranking auf Coinmarketcap.com, dem Indikator für den Wert einer
What Bitcoin Did #39 An Interview with Giacomo Zucco
‚œEthereum itself is not an experiment in something new, because they tried to implement any bad idea that was already discussed with Bitcoin in 2013.‘
‚“ Giacomo Zucco
Interview location: Skype
Interview date: Tuesday 16th October 2018
Giacomo Zucco is a proud Bitcoin Maximalist, and his presentation on the subject at the Honey Badger conference in Riga led to mixed reactions. Some called out the stupidity of Bitcoin Maximalism specifically concerning his slide: The Four Universal Truths of Bitcoin Maximalism:
Everything which is not Bitcoin is a scam!
Every attempt at changing Bitcoin is a scam!
Every attempt at pushing people to spend Bitcoin is a scam!
We shouldn’t be nice to scammers!
While the slide was part tongue in cheek, and I suspect point 3 was trolling Bitcoin Cash supporters, many took this as a strict doctrine of Bitcoin Maximalism and attacked Giacomo for it. Bitcoin Cash is indeed under threat, the Bitmain IPO has identified how much Bitmain accepting and buying BCH is supporting the price, and outside of Bitcoin, very few projects have managed to demonstrate use case or adoption.
Even with Bitcoin, there are no coiners who attack the entire crypto space, chief amongst the naysayers is Nouriel Roubini, who last week declared war on crypto with his testimony to Congress. The disappointing thing about Nouriel’s presentation was that he made many good points, but became lost amongst exaggerations and falsities.
In this interview, I discuss Nouriel’s testimony with Giacomo Zucco, the disservice he did himself with how he presented his arguments and what Giacomo and I agreed and disagreed with. We also discuss:
The B Foundation
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Erster Alcedo Point für Kryptowährungen / Gold in Holzkirchen eröffnet
Die ARGUS Noble Service GmbH gibt hiermit bekannt, dass die Firma am 3.9.2018 als erstes Unternehmen in Deutschland einen Alcedo-Point für Kryptowährungen / Gold an ihrem neuen Standort 83607 Holzkirchen, Münchner Str. 12-14, eröffnet hat. Das Unternehmen verfolgt, neben dem
#257 Kevin Owocki: Gitcoin – Aligning Incentives in Open-Source Development
Building open source software is a collaborative process which relies on good faith and willingness of volunteers. While most of the software we use daily relies heavily on open-source libraries, incentive models are broken. Repo maintainers are eager to see their projects evolve, but have little leverage to encourage developers to contribue. And projects contributors create enormous value by dedicating their time and expertise while getting little in return. Both open and closed-source projects utilize bountied to source engineering talent. Combined with blockchain technologies, there is a potential to create efficient, two-sided markets which align incentives for all participants.
We’re joined by Kevin Owocki, who is the Founder of Gitcoin. The Ethereum-based platform leverages the open source community to incentivize and monetize work, remunerating developers for pull requests made to projects. Gitcoin was itself built using Gitcoin and is today facilitating bug bounty payments for dozens of blockchain projects. At the time of writing, over 200 projects have used the platform to distribute over $340,000 in bounties to developers. As Gitcoin continues to grow, the goal is to expand its reach to the broader open-source ecosystem.
Topics discussed in this episode:
- Kevin’s background as a software engineer
- The fundamental challenges in open-source development and funding
- What is Gitcoin and how it addresses incentive alignment
- How Gitcoin works from the perspective of both project funders and contributors
- The platforms usage statistics (projects funded, contributors, bounties paid, etc.)
- How Gitcoin may be used to fund closed-source bountied and public goods
- Kevin’s proposal for recurring payments in Ethereum (EIP1337/ERC948)
- How Gitcoin is funded and the project’s business model
- Gitcoin’s roadmap moving forward
Links mentioned in this episode:
- DutchX: The open, decentralized trading protocol for ERC20 tokens using the Dutch auction mechanism
- Azure: Deploy enterprise-ready consortium blockchain networks that scale in just a few clicks
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Ethereum – Krypto-Wunderwaffe oder Ladenhüter?
Kann Ethereum noch einmal an seine alten Erfolge vom Anfang des Jahres anknüpfen oder geht es jetzt weiterhin abwärts? Quo vadis, Ethereum…?
Berlin, 16. Oktober 2018:
In den letzten Monaten ist Ethereum (https://cryptoakademie.com/blog/ethereum), die zweitwichtigste Kryptowährung nach Bitcoin, ziemlich unter Druck geraten,