Chain gang: art and crypto-currencies 2017-07-08

  • Next week an art gallery in London will start accepting payment in crypto-currencies.
  • It may seem an artsy gimmick—the policy is timed to coincide with an exhibition of sculptures crafted from the engines of retired Formula One cars—but virtual money does offer the art world some practical perks.
  • Many see art as the last unregulated market; crypto-currencies such as bitcoin, which permanently record transactions on an open-source database called a blockchain, could resolve concerns about access, transparency and authentication.
  • As with many transformative technologies, though, the currency is also inspiring artists more directly.
  • These abstract currencies may soon be the art world’s reality.

Next week an art gallery in London will start accepting payment in crypto-currencies.
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9 Things We Bought With Bitcoin

  • In this case, we literally have no other option than to pay with Bitcoin.
  • The China-based travel agency Young Pioneer Tours has 9 years of experience of organizing tours to North Korea, and can help you with flights, hotels, visa and a tour guide.
  • We constantly want to talk about it, tell others about our trip to North Korea, and how we were able to tweet pictures the entire trip from one of the most heavily locked down countries on earth.
  • So now we have shoes from Iran, been to North Korea and have these stylish new socks.
  • For more privacy, it makes perfect sense to not use your credit card (which is connected to your real name), but instead the pseudonymous currency Bitcoin.

You’ve got to admit that everyone likes to go shopping once in a while, whether it’s to buy that designer shirt you’ve been eyeing or those nifty gadgets…
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9 Things We Bought With Bitcoin

  • In this case, we literally have no other option than to pay with Bitcoin.
  • The China-based travel agency Young Pioneer Tours has 9 years of experience of organizing tours to North Korea, and can help you with flights, hotels, visa and a tour guide.
  • We constantly want to talk about it, tell others about our trip to North Korea, and how we were able to tweet pictures the entire trip from one of the most heavily locked down countries on earth.
  • So now we have shoes from Iran, been to North Korea and have these stylish new socks.
  • For more privacy, it makes perfect sense to not use your credit card (which is connected to your real name), but instead the pseudonymous currency Bitcoin.

You’ve got to admit that everyone likes to go shopping once in a while, whether it’s to buy that designer shirt you’ve been eyeing or those nifty gadgets…
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Buying with bitcoin helped make this homebuyer a $1.3 million profit on his new house

Buying with #bitcoin helped make this homebuyer a $1.3 million profit on his new house

  • Sky News has learnt that the high street chain’s former owner could be just days away from signing a provisional deal with The Pensions Regulator to plug the BHS scheme’s controversial deficit.
  • Special forces troops trained by America in Iraq have told Sky News that President Trump’s new policy feels like a betrayal.
  • Conman jailed after racking up £124,000 at luxury hotels using a cancelled credit card
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  • A conman has swapped VIP hotel rooms for a prison cell after being jailed for running up more than £100,000 in bills using a cancelled credit card.

One bitcoin enthusiast managed to luck into not only a new house, but a $1.3 million profit. Rather than taking out a mortgage, a recent California homebuyer decided to purchase a $4 million estate with the cryptocurrency bitcoin.
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Bitcoin tops $1,000 amid growing acceptance of cyber currency

#bitcoin tops $1,000 amid growing acceptance of cyber currency

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The value of digital currency bitcoin topped $1,000 on Monday for the first time since 2013, marking a comeback that could see it gaining further acceptance.  According to research firm Coindesk, bitcoin’s price rose to $1,008, short of the $1,125 peak hit in late 2013 but a vigorous rebound from its three-year low of $210 in January 2015. Driving that run-up has been a surge of buyers in China and India, where government crackdowns on moving money abroad have resulted in massive adoption of the “cryptocurrency.” Still, bitcoin remains controversial. To its supporters, the cyber cash is an efficient means of payment and other money transfers that are non-inflationary and anonymous, avoiding the
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