‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ Author Is Bullish on Bitcoin, Says USD Is a Scam

Robert Kiyosaki, the author of the famous financial self-help book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, has described the US dollar as a scam, declaring that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are “currencies of the people” that will outlive fiat currency. ‘The Dollar is Toast’ Speaking with Kim Hughes on the Sane Crypto Podcast in which he excoriated the dollar,

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The Daily: Pornhub Adds New Tokens, Fcoin Defends Trans-Fee, Coinbase Goes Pro

The Daily: Pornhub Adds New Tokens, Fcoin Defends Trans-Fee, Coinbase Goes Pro

Among the interesting stories featured in today’s edition of Bitcoin in Brief are the new crypto tokens added by Pornhub, Fcoin founder’s defense of the controversial trans-fee mining practice and an update on the upcoming launch of Coinbase Pro.

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Bigwigs Talking Bitcoin vs Blockchain

The Daily: Pornhub Adds New Tokens, Fcoin Defends Trans-Fee, Coinbase Goes ProA few well known people who don’t routinely speak about Bitcoin and blockchain technology have recently shared their opinions about the subjects. Jack Ma, the Chinese billionaire behind Alibaba Group, opined that “Blockchain technology could change our world more than people imagine. Bitcoin, however, could be a bubble.” And he added that “traditional financial institutions serve 20 percent of people and make 80 percent of profits. New financial institutions should service 80 percent of people, and make 20 percent of profit.”

Steve Wozniak, the Bitcoin-loving co-founder of Apple, has on the other hand said he feels that all the current hype around blockchain technology is just a bubble akin to the Dot Com one. “If you look now you say all that internet stuff happened, we got it, it just took a while,” Wozniak explained. “It doesn’t change in a day, a lot of the blockchain ideas that are really good by coming out early they can burn themselves out by not being prepared to be stable in the long run.”

And Professor Robert Shiller, who received the 2013 Nobel prize in economics, thinks that Bitcoin is a generational social movement, that might be in a speculative price bubble but it does not mean it is going away any time soon. He said in an interview that: “The East Coast is less into it than the West Coast. Silicon Valley is really into it. It’s a social movement. It’s an epidemic of enthusiasm. It is a speculative bubble. That doesn’t mean that it will go to zero.”

EOS to Get a Makeover?

After coming under a lot of criticism lately over centralization, freezing accounts and other issues, EOS might soon get a serious makeover. Daniel Larimer, the creator of EOS, has proposed a major revision to the way its constitution works. He explains that this is because, he just now learned that, “if you give people arbitrary power to resolve arbitrary disputes then everything becomes a dispute and the decisions made are arbitrary. The more power the arbiter has, the more vicious and petty the disputes become and the less predictable the outcome.” Better late than never.

Pornhub Adds New Tokens

The Daily: Pornhub Adds New Tokens, Fcoin Defends Trans-Fee, Coinbase Goes ProAdult entertainment video portal, Pornhub, has announced it will accept two new cryptocurrencies, Tron and Zen Cash. As you may recall, a couple of months ago Verge has made a big deal about the site accepting its token. There is no explanation on the way Pornhub selected the few tokens it did, but at least in the case of Verge it is reported it just got paid 75 million XVG for doing so.

“Here at Pornhub, as one of the most viewed websites in the world with over 90 million daily visitors, it’s important that we continue to expand our crypto payment options to align with our community’s growing payment preferences. Decentralized payment systems have continued to grow in popularity, and cryptocurrency adoption is exploding across a broad economic spectrum. Today, cryptocurrencies are especially viable in the adult entertainment industry because they are privacy-centric and incorporate more anonymity tools than traditional tender,” said Corey Price, VP of Pornhub.

Fcoin Founder Defends Trans-Fee Mining

In an interview released in China yesterday, Jian Zhang, founder of Fcoin, faced challenging questions regarding his business and controversial business model of “trans-fee mining.” As we previously reported, the practice of rewarding users with exchange issued tokens for generating transactions was called an over-priced backdoor ICO ripe for manipulation by critics including Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao.

The Daily: Pornhub Adds New Tokens, Fcoin Defends Trans-Fee, Coinbase Goes Pro
FCoin Founder Jian Zhang

Zhang said: “With respect to the accusations of pyramid selling, currency manipulation, and being a stock maker – I won’t be answering these questions directly. You can refer to the notion and history of Bitcoin, and see how many people have been wronged this way. Are there still people who think Bitcoin is pyramid selling? If so, you are not rejecting Fcoin, you are actually denying the economic value of the cryptocurrency in general.”

“The accusation of an expensive ICO is the most funny and ridiculous. First of all, Binance grew from an ICO, some people must be out of their mind when criticizing the ICO of others while raising no money by themselves. Second of all, it’s wrong in the first place for some people to calculate our market value using the total amount of Fcoin token yet to be issued by us. Those unissued FT [Fcoin token] cannot be regarded as transaction, nor can they be a part of any distribution of dividend. They actually don’t exist until after issued. Therefore, the miscalculation is just wrong. In no cryptocurrency exchange is market value calculated this way. Lastly, our valuation is actually very low, given our transaction amount, dividend ratio, number of active traders and growth rate.”

Coinbase Switches to Pro

If you are a GDAX user, this is a kindly reminder that the platform will be switching over to Coinbase Pro tomorrow, Friday June 29, and you will not be able to access the old domain anymore. According to the developers, the redesigned platform is meant to make the trading experience easier and more intuitive, with a simplified deposit and withdrawal processes, improved charts that will allow customers to easily scroll and access historical data and a new consolidated portfolio view called “My Wallets” that lets customers see an overview of their account orders and balances.

The Daily: Pornhub Adds New Tokens, Fcoin Defends Trans-Fee, Coinbase Goes Pro

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Steve Wozniak Compares Blockchain to Dot-Com Bubble

Steve Wozniak

Steve Wozniak is one of the biggest Bitcoin bulls out there. He has recently stated that he hopes Bitcoin will become the world’s global economy, siding with Twitter founder Jack Dorsey who has forecasted a similar occurrence for the coin:

“I buy into what Jack Dorsey says, not that I necessarily believe it’s going to happen but because I want it to be that way, that is so pure thinking,” stated the Apple co-founder. Not only does he advocate for Bitcoin he has invested and sold some himself (and also got scammed by hackers too!)

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Ripple CEO: Bitcoin Controlled by Chinese, Absurd to Think it Could be Primary World Currency

Brad Garlinghouse, Ripple CEO, answered candidly during an interview about crypto’s prospects for the future. Among other criticisms, he stressed blockchain technology is mostly hype, and that bitcoin core (BTC) is controlled by Chinese miners and has no hope of being a world currency.

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Ripple CEO Bashes Bitcoin

Attendees of the 2018 Stifel Cross Sector Insight Conference in Boston yesterday were probably expecting to learn more about Ripple, the world’s third most popular cryptocurrency by market capitalization. After all, none other than company CEO Brad Garlinghouse was guest of honor for an interview with Stifel Tech analyst Lee Simpson. And while Ripple certainly was the hot topic, Mr. Garlinghouse also took the opportunity to bash its main decentralized competitor, bitcoin core (BTC).

“A number of prominent people,” Mr. Garlinghouse explained, “even Steve Wozniak, has said that he sees a world where Bitcoin is the primary currency. I think that’s absurd. I don’t think that any major economy will allow that to happen. By the way, it doesn’t make sense.” Indeed Woz has said as much, as have Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey, who predicted it would happen within the decade.

Ripple CEO: Bitcoin Controlled by Chinese, Absurd to Think it Could be Primary World Currency

Brad Garlinghouse, 47, has held his present position since 2015. His professional background is almost all technology related. Stints with Yahoo!, AOL, working in the investment arena with the likes of Silver Lake Partners, @Ventures, @Home Network, SBC Communications, all round out his experience prior to Ripple.

His views about BTC and its eventual influence have found him very quotable of late, especially this month. He’s spent a great deal of time attempting to separate the coin aspect of Ripple (XRP) from the company itself, and this has lead to some interesting juxtapositioning in his method of argument.

BTC Blockchain Not Disruptive, Chinese in Control

During the Boston interview, he even took on the sacred cow of the corporate world, BTC’s distributed ledger technology. “There’s a lot of blockchain craziness, but there are three indicators of market winners. Blockchain will not disrupt banks […] it will play an important role in the way our system works. It’s a short-sighted view […]. Bitcoin is not the panacea we thought it would be.”

Mr. Garlinghouse then compared XRP to BTC. “This is how liquidity will be managed in the future. Bitcoin today takes 45 minutes to settle a transaction. Banks will use what is efficient and cheaper. And if you deliver a better product at a better price […] they will use it.” Ripple CEO: Bitcoin Controlled by Chinese, Absurd to Think it Could be Primary World Currency

An under-reported story, Ripple’s CEO insisted, is how BTC is “owned by China.” He noted, “The smartest thing you’ve done is not have ‘bit’ or ‘coin’ in your name. I’ll tell you another story that is underreported, but worth paying attention to. Bitcoin is really controlled by China. There are four miners in China that control over 50% of Bitcoin. How do we know that China won’t intervene? How many countries want to use a Chinese-controlled currency? It’s just not going to happen.”

Lastly, he assured, “I own bitcoin. Many people consider it as digital gold. I acknowledge, I’m long [on] crypto. I’d advise folks to only invest in crypto only what you’re willing to lose. It’s early to tell how it is going to play out. I think it’s a pretty good investing strategy. I don’t think about the digital asset market. I think about the customer experience. There are millions unbanked or underbanked. When I think about the transformation, it is fundamentally changing the way millions participate in banking. We can fundamentally change the way this works, to bring an entire population up a step in the system.”

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This Week in Bitcoin: Still Ways to Make Quick Fortune in Crypto, Satoshi Revealed?

This Week in Bitcoin: Make a Fortune in Crypto and Satoshi Nakamoto Revealed?

This week we learned that there are still ways to make a quick fortune in crypto even when the market isn’t booming and that American universities are now investing in crypto hedge funds. We also reported that researchers think they found out the real identity of the inventor of bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, in this week’s most commented-on article.

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Ticketfly Hijacked by Hacker

On Monday we reported that Ticketfly has been attacked by a hacker who breached its website and demanded a ransom in bitcoin to release it. The event-ticketing platform was still trying to recover from the “cyber incident.” The supposed hacker claimed to have warned Ticketfly of a vulnerability that allowed him to take control of its database and website. The hijacker asked for 1 bitcoin (BTC) to explain the issue in details but did not receive a reply. After no ransom was paid, the attacker posted the user data online. Additionally covered were another 51% attack on Zencash and Avalon Blockchain unwinding its acquisition of crypto mining assets.

Wozniak Wants Bitcoin to Rule the World

This Week in Bitcoin: Make a Fortune in Crypto and Satoshi Nakamoto Revealed?Steve Wozniak, the genius co-founder of Apple Computers, was the big story on Tuesday as he has once again spoken about his fascination with the tech and principles of bitcoin. “Bitcoin is mathematically defined, there is a certain quantity of bitcoin, there’s a way it’s distributed… and it’s pure and there’s no human running, there’s no company running and it’s just… growing and growing… and surviving, that to me says something that is natural and nature is more important than all our human conventions,” he said. “Only bitcoin is pure digital gold… and I totally buy into that,” Woz added.

German Banks and US Universities Invest in Crypto

On Wednesday we reported that both American academic institutions and German financial institutions are now involved with cryptocurrency. At least six banks in Germany trade cryptocurrencies, the country’s Federal Ministry of Finance revealed in an answer to a question filed by Bundestag member. And US universities have started making small investments into cryptocurrency hedge funds, according to a lawyer working in the industry, getting involved on a limited basis for strategic reasons.

New Tech and How to Make a Fortune in Crypto

This Week in Bitcoin: Make a Fortune in Crypto and Satoshi Nakamoto Revealed?The featured story on Thursday revolved around Guido Vranken, a software security auditor (white-hat hacker) from the Netherlands, that has earned a cool $120,000 in just one week of hunting for bugs in the EOS code. He reported 12 vulnerabilities, for $10,000 each. As the EOS ICO brought in a whopping $4 billion, and evidently have no shortage of bugs, this seemed like a great way to fatten your wallet if you are willing to do the work. We also reported that the new version of the Ledger Wallet desktop edition is now scheduled for July 9th, a new two-way bitcoin ATM launched in Israel and on high demand for whitepaper ghostwriters in China.

Microsoft Dips Data Center in the Sea

An interesting development in data center technology, which can signal the next frontier in bitcoin mining, was our focus on Friday. One of Microsoft’s data centers is now operating at about 100 ft (~30 m) below the surface of the North Sea, not far from the British Orkney Islands. Project Natick is powered by renewable energy generated by wind, solar, and tidal installations.

Swiss Vote on “Sovereign Money”

The big story on Saturday was that Switzerland will vote today whether to turn back on fractional-reserve banking and support a “sovereign money” concept for the nation’s finances. Voters are asked to support “Vollgeld,” a radical reform aimed at further centralizing financial authority in the hands of the country’s central bank. On the “sovereign money” referendum, the Alpine nation will decide whether to ditch the fractional-reserve banking system, which allows banks to create money by lending far more than what they hold in deposits. The proposal suggest giving the Swiss National Bank a monopoly over this function, while commercial banks will be required to lend only what they have.

Gavin Andresen Is the Real Satoshi Nakamoto?

This Week in Bitcoin: Make a Fortune in Crypto and Satoshi Nakamoto Revealed?The most commented-on article during the week was another piece in the ongoing mystery that is the true identity of the creator of Bitcoin. A nonprofit based in England believes it has succeeded in discovering Satoshi Nakamoto. Researchers relied upon stylometry for concluding that Bitcoin Cash developer Gavin Andresen is Satoshi. The analysis involved not only statistical analysis of prose, but also a bootstrapping method in an attempt to eliminate natural bias. Do you think Satoshi is found this time? Add your say to the discussion.

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Bitcoin in Brief Tuesday: Exchange ETF Action and Wozniak Wants Bitcoin to Rule World

Bitcoin in Brief Tuesday: Wozniak Wants Bitcoin to Rule the World

In today’s edition of Bitcoin in Brief we feature news about a Dubai-based exchange returning to accept local fiat deposits, another exchange launching an ETF-like product and the response by a popular wallet to a cyber attack. But the big story, without a doubt, is Woz’s undying commitment to the idea of bitcoin.

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Apple Co-Founder’s High Hopes for Bitcoin

Steve Wozniak, the genius co-founder of Apple Computers, has once again spoken about his fascination with the tech and principles of bitcoin. “Bitcoin is mathematically defined, there is a certain quantity of bitcoin, there’s a way it’s distributed… and it’s pure and there’s no human running, there’s no company running and it’s just… growing and growing… and surviving, that to me says something that is natural and nature is more important than all our human conventions,” he told CNBC. “Only bitcoin is pure digital gold… and I totally buy into that,” Woz added.

Okex’s New Exchange Traded Tracker (ETT)

Okex, the Chinese-run cryptocurrency exchange based in Hong Kong, has joined the recent trend of trading platforms creating their own ETF-like investment tools for their users. It launched its first exchange traded tracker (ETT) on June 5, which was fully sold out within just three minutes. It includes six coins (BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH, EOS, and OKB) and requires USDT to subscribe. The minimum subscription for the instruments is 100 units.

A couple of days ago, we reported that Huobi, the Singapore-headquartered exchange, has decided to create its own ETF style instrument based on an index of ten assets.

Bitoasis Resumes Dirham Transactions

Bitcoin in Brief Tuesday: Wozniak Wants Bitcoin to Rule the WorldLast month, Dubai-based cryptocurrency exchange Bitoasis enacted a suspension of deposits and withdrawals in UAE dirhams. This Monday, without explaining what was the cause of the issue, the company announced that transactions are reinstated. In a letter to its clients, quoted by Arabian Business, Bitoasis apologized for the inconvenience and said that now “users can deposit and withdraw their funds in AED as usual, without any interruption.”

“In light of the recent inconsistency of service across our payment options, we will be revising and updating the options available to our customers on the platform to ensure continuity of our services,” the Bitoasis statement continued. “We will be notifying our customers with the update on our new payment options soon.”

Myetherwallet Attack Blamed on Russian Hackers, Uneducated Users

Myetherwallet (MEW), the web’s most popular client-side ethereum wallet, has been compromised by a DNS attack on April 24, 2018. Today the team behind the wallet issued a response to the event, further explaining what happened and detailing the steps taken to prevent its reoccurrence.

They say that the attack was carried out by a native Russian speaker, which was able to phish only about $150,000 worth of ether from MEW users. They quote Internet Security experts as explaining that the “financial resources required for such an attack likely exceeds the amount of funds taken.”

The team added that it is a lack of safety education that led some clients to fall for the fraud. “We hope that from this experience, every single person who interacts with cryptocurrencies and the blockchain will understand how important self-education is. In the end, you and only you are responsible for your security.”

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Ethereum Could Be the Next Apple: Steve Wozniak

Blockchain platform Ethereum could be the next Apple, one of the iconic tech company’s co-founders said this week. According to Forbes, Steve Wozniak made this bullish prediction in front of 5,000 people at this week’s WeAreDevelopers conference in Vienna. “Ethereum interests me because it can do things and because it’s a platform,” he said, adding … Continued

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Apple Co-Founder Falls Victim to Bitcoin Scam

The Economic Times of India’s Global Business Summit took place this week, and it was inevitable that the cryptocurrency sector was going to be one of the topics discussed at length. What wasn’t foreseen, however, was Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak coming forward and saying he was a victim of a bitcoin scam.

It’s been known for quite some that bitcoin, as well as every other virtual currency, holds a lot of risks. But when the co-founder of one of the largest technology companies in the world falls into its trap, then we know that anyone is ...

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Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak’s Bitcoin Stolen

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak’s Bitcoin Stolen

Last year, Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak (Woz) revealed he’d purchased bitcoin, likening it to being better than gold. And then, months later, Woz announced he’d sold it all. In the process of selling off his gains, it turns out he was defrauded out of a substantial sum.

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Steve Wozniak Defrauded Out of Bitcoin

One of the men behind the world’s most profitable company, Apple, co-founder Steve Wozniak explained to India’s The Economic Times he was defrauded out of a sizeable amount of bitcoin. Woz famously touted the decentralized currency’s merits, and then abruptly announced he’d liquidated. This is not the first time Woz has had a rocky beginning with a history-changing technology.

The career of cherubic every-man-nerd-king Woz, the engineering pioneer to Steve Jobs’ poet, more or less begins with fraud. It’s a sadly hilarious tale, one where Mr. Jobs, who befriended Woz due to his technical genius, evidently promised to split 50-50 an offer made by then leading video game company, Atari.

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak’s Bitcoin Stolen

Mr. Jobs was under pressure to get the project out in four days, and to deliver it with a degree of engineering chip sophistication unheard of at the time. Woz jumped at the chance, working night and day. In a biographical account, released after Mr. Jobs’ death, it was revealed that the teddy-bear Woz was the one who came through, earning the two their first fees. All those years later, Woz had only thought of it as a triumph of their teaming. It turns out, Mr. Jobs kept a majority of the money, lying to Woz about the true amount, robbing Woz of a considerable pay day (for the time).

After reading that passage, Woz reportedly explained he “cried, I cried quite a bit when I read that in a book. I just wish he had been honest.” Considering the ultimate ride he and Mr. Jobs took over a productive working lifetime, Woz doesn’t hold a grudge. And maybe that’s the reason for his investment success with regard to bitcoin as well.

Seven Bitcoin Gone, It Was That Easy

At the New Delhi, India Yes Bank and The Economic Times sponsored Global Business Summit Epicenter of Economic Change: New Economy, New Rules, held February 24 and 25, the former California kid who helped build a world-changing company from a garage was among speakers such as the Prime Minister of India to discuss economics and technology.

He spoke about a number of issues, including his distaste for President Donald Trump, his time with Steve Jobs, Apple, and the promise of the subcontinent and its increasingly tech savvy workforce. When the question came to bitcoin and cryptocurrency, he reiterated earlier statements, “Bitcoin to me was a currency that was not manipulated by the governments. It is mathematical, it is pure, it can’t be altered.” Mr. Wozniak purchased his bitcoin at a relatively low price of 700 USD, he claimed, and sold them late last year, which would put his timing of the crypto market pretty spot-on.

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak’s Bitcoin Stolen

It turns out, however, he wasn’t able to see all those gains, as he told the Summit, “I had seven bitcoins stolen from me through fraud. Somebody bought them from me online through a credit card and they cancelled the credit card payment. It was that easy! And it was from a stolen credit card number so you can never get it back.” Depending on the price at the time, that could be many tens of thousands of dollars. “The blockchain identifies who has bitcoins… that doesn’t mean there can’t be fraud though,” he told a standing-room only audience.

Woz explained he wasn’t really an investor, as he “had them so that I could someday travel and not use credit cards, wallets or cash. I could do it all on Bitcoin. I studied which hotels and facilities accepted Bitcoin… it’s still very difficult to do so. I also tried to buy things online and trade Bitcoin online.” He ultimately unloaded them because he “didn’t want to watch the price everyday… I sold all except one. It was enough to experiment.”

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