Issue #14

The Wikipedia Foundation Accepts Bitcoin

The move by the foundation that runs Wikipedia means it is now the largest non-profit to accept bitcoin. (time.com)

Blockchain App Reinstated In App Store

After a change in Apple’s policy regarding digital currencies, Blockchain’s Bitcoin app has been reinstated. (wsj.com)

Overstock Issues “Cryptosecurity” Plan

Led by CEO Patrick Byrne, a Bitcoin enthusiast, the company has unveiled an outline for potential stocks based on Bitcoin’s technology. (wired.com)

Coinapult Launches Bitcoin Price “Lock”

The company has launched a new tool for its wallet service that aims to eliminate price volatility. (cointelegraph.com)

Ecuador Bans Bitcoin

The government of Ecuador has passed a digital currency ban, but has said it may create a nationalized digital currency. (ibtimes.com)

California Congressional Candidate Accepts Bitcoin

Christina Gagnier has become the latest politician to accept bitcoin donations.(coindesk.com)

Bitcoin’s Rise In Romania

There is high interest in Romania regarding Bitcoin, but problems abound. (reuters.com)