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discrete log contracts are bringing private, ‘scriptless’ smart contracts to bitcoin

via coindesk - A smart contract has logged bets for the US election on Bitcoin’s blockchain. Once the votes are tallied, we won’t know who won the bet. That’s the point.

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fresh off the bitcoin dev mailing list: an incredibly simple replacement for rbf and cpfp that . . .

cointelegraph

world’s largest sovereign wealth fund indirectly holds almost 600 bitcoin

mises institute

too much centralization is turning everything into a political crisis

decrypt

how cubans are using bitcoin to skirt us trade embargo

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interview with max hillebrand of wasabi wallet on being all-in on bitcoin and living in the bit . . .

a local news outlet

'mlk/fbi' review: an incendiary look at the fbi's surveillance of king

the block

stripe to pay $120k to massachusetts to resolve allegations stemming from plexcoin ico fraud

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why is bitcoin development so conservative?

abc news

iran dismisses us efforts at un sanctions as currency drops

reuters

hackers leak personal data of 1,000 belarusian police on weekend of protests

decrypt

bitcoin's average transaction value returns to 2017 levels

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browser fingerprinting and you (what it is, how it works, how it violates your privacy, and wha . . .

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the world is going to change ‘in shocking ways’ in the next five years.

bloomberg

hackers target greek newspaper for 'insulting' erdogan

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companies can track your phone’s movements to target ads