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April 5 · Issue #30 · View online
Weekly curated #cryptocurrency news and commentary.

It’s Thursday, April 5. Normally this email goes out on Wednesday, but sometimes, you just gotta experiment. Thanks for reading!

Remember, Remember
Armin van Bitcoin ⚡
Satoshi's birthday, April 5th, 1975, was chosen based on specific events.

April 5th: The day all gold was confiscated from US citizens.

1975: The year US citizens were allowed to own gold again.

#bitcoin https://t.co/popMmRbSSA
The former Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles says he doesn’t want the billions of dollars he may be recipient of from bankruptcy sell-off. It’s a grand gesture. Will he keep his promise?
Mt Gox CEO: I Don't Want Bankrupt Bitcoin Exchange's Billions
Mt Gox founder Mark Karpeles' Reddit AMA
A Nifty Experiment
A crypto-trader’s diary — week 1
A Short Story in Three Links
Here’s a possible short story, told in the form of three successive links. Enjoy.
Bitcoin Is Worthless, Bubble May Pop Soon, Allianz Global Says
Bitcoin Price Falls Below $7,000 | Fortune
Bitcoin ETFs: A Clear Sign That the Bubble May Have Burst
I ran across this chart and loved it.
Where Bitcoin is legal, uncertain, and illegal.
Where Bitcoin is legal, uncertain, and illegal.
Where is Bitcoin legal? Cryptocurrency regulations mapped across the world
The Facebook / Cambridge Analytica, uh, scandal(?) is that it has once again highlighted the need for privacy, security, and the dangers of centralized data. This next link is a slight bit of a PR piece for an as-yet unreleased blockchain product, but the main points it offers are salient.
Now We All know Why Privacy Is Important
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