The Control - Issue #9

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Surprisingly, the best performing digital currency was not bitcoin or ether; it was instead a privacy
 

The Control

January 3 - Issue #9 - View online
A newsletter on the entrepreneurs, projects and protocols that are putting control of power in the hands of the people.

Surprisingly, the best performing digital currency was not bitcoin or ether; it was instead a privacy-focused digital currency founded by the pseudonymous thankful_for_today on Bitcointalk. Monero has been far less publicized than competitor Zcash, but has a lot of momentum going into 2017. Check out a full introduction to Monero here.
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Required reading for the week
A Proof of Stake Design Philosophy | Vitalik Buterin on Medium
Bitcoin jumps above $1,000 for first time in three years | Reuters
Blockchain In 2016 | AVC
"Accepting Bitcoin is the #1 most requested new feature for Airbnb in Brian's informal Twitter poll." | Balaji S. Srinivasan on Twitter
Bitcoin Surges Above $1,000 As China Unveils New Capital Controls | ZeroHedge
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