Issue #42

New York City Councilman Proposes Bitcoin Bill

Mark Levine introduced a bill that would allow the city to accept bitcoin for fines and other fees. (coindesk.com)

Bitcoin In Africa: Opportunity In Money Transfers

With high remittance fees adding costs to money transfers, Bitcoin has the potential of offering a cheaper solution. (cnn.com)

Coin.co Releases API Documentation

Developers can now access the documentation to learn how to use and build upon the API. (coin.co)

Bitcoin Is Not Enough

Without offering protection for theft or lost keys, Bitcoin will never be good enough for most people, argues W. Ben Hunt. (forbes.com)

A Change In Bitcoin Trading

The way in which investors trade bitcoin has changed, prompting the possibility of increased price stability in the near future. (nasdaq.com)

Cars Will Own Themselves And Transact With Bitcoin

Bitcoin developer Mike Hearn envisions a future in which cars have no owners and consumers purchase their services with bitcoin. (bbc.com)

Coin.co Switches To Bits

To help push the bitcoin unit defacto standard, Coin.co has switched its invoices to bits. (coin.co)