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Bitcoin mining flows the path of least resistance. So if taxes on mining proceeds are high in one area, mining operators that are fully compliant with the tax laws (reporting as income all of their profits -- a big if), then those miners may not be a
Actual answer to your question: Nothing protects the stability of bitcoin's value if supercomputers or some other technological breakthrough allows them to be mined at rates we have not anticipated. .
There are many ways theft can occur. Even though the cases where hackers have stolen from exchanges or from individuals, in terms of the number of bitcoins lost that amount is chump change compared to the amount of coins lost to scammers such as Pira
Last updated: 20th March 2015 Bitcoin transactions are sent from and to electronic bitcoin wallets, and are digitally signed for security. Everyone on the network knows about a transaction, and the history of a transaction can be traced back to the p
As an assignment in a digital security course, a group of 100 students was asked to transfer a small amount in bitcoins to a certain wallet. They promised they'd buy something for us from this money. As a proof that we made the transaction, we've bee
Unlike other forms of fraud you will lose the funds as your double spend is irrevocable. It will just be luck on which merchant gets paid. Also many transactions are not irreversible
Risks when publishing 'static' bitcoin addresses on the web (1/2) > >> swinewine:Hi Guys,We am working a web app that will involve giving users a bitcoin address to receive coins. I am wondering what are the dangers of publishing a 'static'
Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company,