Porsche Sells For 300 Bitcoins In Latest Sign The Virtual Currency Is Going Kablooey
Somebody in Texas claims they just sold a Porsche for 300 bitcoins, the latest sign of a bitcoin bubble. Or the rise of our new bitcoin overlords.
An Austin family bragged Tuesday night that it had sold a 2007 Porsche Cayman S for 300 bitcoins, a virtual currency that has long been little more than a curiosity for financial reporters but is suddenly breaking into the broader consciousness, maybe just in time for the whole thing to go kablooey.Read more »
Walter Samaszko Jr, 69, died at his home in Carson City, Nev., with $200 in a bank account, but as officials later discovered, he had about $7 million stored neatly around his home. According to the coroner, Samaszko had been dead for at least a month, dying of heart problems. Cleanup crews found boxes of gold in the garage, at which point, "we took the house apart,” said Carson City clerk-recorder Alan Glover. As for who can lay claim to the riches -- Glover said the IRS will take $750,000 -- and that the rest will likely go to a first cousin.Read more »
Bitcoin Conference London 2012
15-16 September, London
Call For Papers is now open: email proposals to email@example.com
After months of planning we are glad to announce we will be holding the Bitcoin Conference in London. The first conference was held by Mitchell Bourne in association with us. He set an amazing standard, showed us the ropes and bestowed us with considerable experience. This year he will be taking a diminished role as we take over the chariot. We hope to live up to the high standard he set last year.Read more »
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End of the middle class and the Fed explained: video
If an alien from planet Zenon lived amongst humans for some time and then explained the end of the middle class and how the Federal Reserve works to a second alien, it might sound something like this.
Just something sad but true in celebration of T.G.I.F. (that’s ‘Thank God It’s Friday’, in case you don’t read text or Newspeak).Read more »
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