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See the light of bitcoin calm the storms.  http://bitcoinmagazine.com/9658/bitcoins-youtube-missionaries/

See the light of bitcoin calm the storms. http://bitcoinmagazine.com/9658/bitcoins-youtube-missionaries/

Underground mysterious digital currency miners.  http://bitcoinmagazine.com/12414/irs-tax-rulling-may-have-just-killed-alt-coin-mining/

Underground mysterious digital currency miners. http://bitcoinmagazine.com/12414/irs-tax-rulling-may-have-just-killed-alt-coin-mining/

Silicon Valley Job Fair to Match Bitcoin Professionals | Snaglur

Silicon Valley Job Fair to Match Bitcoin Professionals | Snaglur

Original Joe's downtown on South 1st and San Carlos -  San Jose Ca

Original Joe's downtown on South 1st and San Carlos - San Jose Ca

12 questions you were too embarrassed to ask about Bitcoin

12 questions about Bitcoin you were too embarrassed to ask

12 questions you were too embarrassed to ask about Bitcoin

William Geiger owned 14 acres on Willow Street between Cherry Avenue and Los Gatos Creek. Most of the acreage was planted in cherry trees. Small family orchards like this one thrived in the Santa Clara Valley. Families could make a decent living selling their harvests to packing houses and canneries.

William Geiger owned 14 acres on Willow Street between Cherry Avenue and Los Gatos Creek. Most of the acreage was planted in cherry trees. Small family orchards like this one thrived in the Santa Clara Valley. Families could make a decent living selling their harvests to packing houses and canneries.

Russia's hired hacker force

Russia's hired hacker force

Dreaming about bitcoin

Dreaming about bitcoin

Japanese police have arrested the CEO of the failed company MtGox, which was once the world's biggest exchange of the virtual currency, bitcoin.   Mark Karpeles, 30, is being held in connection with the loss of bitcoins worth $387m (£247m, €351m) last February.            Mark Karpeles - Reuters

MtGox bitcoin chief Mark Karpeles arrested in Japan

Japanese police have arrested the CEO of the failed company MtGox, which was once the world's biggest exchange of the virtual currency, bitcoin. Mark Karpeles, 30, is being held in connection with the loss of bitcoins worth $387m (£247m, €351m) last February. Mark Karpeles - Reuters

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