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GDAX Plans to Suspend Bitcoin Withdrawals If UASF Activates

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Digital currency exchange platform GDAX has revealed its contingency plans in the event a controversial bitcoin scaling proposal is activated.

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Egyptian Regulators Kill Rumor Domestic Banks Might Handle Bitcoin

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Egypt's central bank recently shot down rumors that it would allow banks in the country to handle cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.

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AlphaBay Shut Down by Law Enforcement, Admin Commits Suicide in Jail

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

AlphaBay Shut Down by Law Enforcement, Admin Commits Suicide in Jail

AlphaBay, the most popular marketplace on the dark web, shut down on July 4. At first, many of the users suspected an exit scam; however, it has since become clear that law enforcement has taken down the underground market. According to the Wall Street Journal, an international police action took place in the United States, Thailand and Canada.

On July 5, law enforcement in Thailand arrested Alexandre Cazes, 26, a Canadian citizen who is believed to be one of the operators of AlphaBay. On the same day, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) executed a search warrant at a residence in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, where a high-technology crime unit seized computer equipment.

Melissa Sweeney, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok, stated Cazes was taken into custody by Thai authorities “with a view toward extradition to face federal criminal charges in the United States.” According to the Wall Street Journal, it wasn’t immediately clear whether the defendant had legal representation.

On Wednesday, Cazes was found hanged in his prison cell at the Narcotics Suppression Bureau in Bangkok, Thailand. The death of the alleged AlphaBay operator was confirmed by a spokeswoman for Canada’s foreign affairs department on Thursday. However, she declined to comment further on the case due to privacy reasons.

According to the Bangkok Post, the body of Cazes was found by a duty officer who noticed a towel hanging from the toilet door in his cell. When the officer entered the cell, where the suspect was held alone, he found Cazes dead. Authorities believe the suspect used the towel to hang himself.

Cazes had been living in Thailand with his wife for eight years, working as a computer programmer. The Criminal Court in Thailand issued a warrant for the suspect’s arrest on June 30 at the request of U.S. law enforcement authorities. According to the Bangkok Post, during the arrest on July 5 in the Thawi Watthana district of Bangkok, investigators seized four Lamborghini cars and three houses worth approximately 400 million baht in total (nearly $12 million).

AlphaBay was founded in December 2014, taking the place of the Silk Road Marketplace, which was seized by the FBI in October 2013. Andrei Barysevich, a director at the threat intelligence company Recorded Future Inc., told the Wall Street Journal that AlphaBay not only focused on the sale of drugs, but also allowed the advertising of products and services that other underground markets banned, such as stolen credit card numbers and online fraud tutorials. The researcher stated that AlphaBay sold more than $5 million worth of stolen credit card information in the first half of 2017 alone.

Nicolas Christin, an associate research professor at Carnegie Mellon University studying underground marketplaces, said the total sales on AlphaBay had an average of $600,000 to $800,000 a day. That means the marketplace earned millions of dollars in commissions every year.

Some users on the /r/DarkNetMarkets subreddit blamed the vulnerabilities of AlphaBay for the shutdown of the website.

“An AB vulnerability leading to an IP leak or other de-anonymization issue would not be a surprise — how many bugs were there over the years reported here [in the subreddit]? Seemed like PMs were leaked every couple months ... And for every bug you see, there’s a dozen you don’t. I started being surprised a long time ago that AB was still around outliving so many apparently better-run DNMs, having neither exit-scammed nor been hacked nor been raided. Perhaps its time was simply up,” Gwern, an independent researcher, wrote.

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Here's what the CEO of a $50 billion drug company wants out of health reform

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Flemming Ornskov Shire

While Republicans in Congress try to overhaul the healthcare system, the pharmaceutical lobby has largely been silent — at least in public.

But that doesn't mean drugmakers don't have skin in the game, or that they aren't doing anything to make sure they're represented. 

For Flemming Ornskov, the CEO of $50 billion drugmaker Shire, that's meant pushing back against efforts to dismantle the parts of the Affordable Care Act that ensure patients get continuous and lifetime coverage. 

Shire, which is headquartered in Dublin, counts on the US for as much as two-thirds of its annual revenue. It's known for making ADHD medicine, like Adderall and Vyvanse, and its focus on rare diseases like the blood disorder hemophilia, many of which affect people starting at an early age. 

Ornskov said he's concerned about whether the legislation would make changes to how people with existing illnesses get coverage. In both the bill that passed the House and a revised version of the Senate bill, there is the possibility that people with so-called "preexisting conditions" might have a harder time getting affordable and comprehensive healthcare compared to otherwise healthy people. 

As such, Ornskov said the company is spending lobbying efforts on pushing back on changes that could dismantle some of the key parts of the ACA. Specifically:

  • Making sure there aren't lifetime caps, which could prevent people from getting care after they use a certain amount of benefits. This can be an issue especially for those with rare diseases, because treatments tend to be more expensive. Some of Shire's drugs, for example are among the most expensive by list price in the US. 
  • Ensuring children keep coverage even if their parents change jobs. 
  • And, less directly related to changes to the ACA, an increased transparency around getting access to medicine, "so that they don't have to have a maze of Byzantine things to go through which makes it frustrating for families," Ornskov said. "

That transparency, in some cases, can be more critical than the issue of having insurance or not.

"Oftentimes it's not 'I'm covered or I'm covered,'" Ornskov said about patients trying to get access to medication. "It is maneuvering in a system which is very complex." For example, patients might have to answer a lot of questions before insurance can sign off on a medication, or they might come across limitations to how much of a prescription they're allowed to have. 

SEE ALSO: Experts say the new version of the Senate healthcare bill will be bad news for the old, poor, and sick

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What you need to know on Wall Street today

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours.

Happy Friday!

JPMorgan kicked off bank earnings season this morning, beating estimates with commercial banking and asset and wealth management posting record profits. Fixed income trading dropped sharply, as expected, but CEO Jamie Dimon wasn't too fussed. 

"Who cares about fixed-income trading in the last two weeks in June?" he said. "I mean seriously?"

Dimon went on to say Dimon things, sounding the alarm on the political gridlock in the US, telling Wall Street analysts that it was "almost an embarrassment being an American citizen traveling around the world and listening to this stupid s--- we have to deal with."

In related news, the post-election surge in consumer confidence has fully reversed, according to one survey.

Citigroup also beat, with a strong showing in fixed income, while Wells Fargo beat on earnings but missed on revenues. The results somewhat surprisingly sent back stocks tumbling, with traders finding themselves on the wrong side of the moveStill, BlackRock chief equity strategist Kate Moore is bullish on financials

Vanguard, the $4.4 trillion investing giant, just named a new CEO. As a reminder, investors poured $277 billion into Vanguard funds last year — 54% of all new money put into equity funds. Wow. 

The stock market has changed, and investors are going to have to sharpen their wits, according to the head of a $12.6 billion hedge fund. In related news, stock pickers are making a big comebackAnd a massive hedge fund that shut itself to outsiders is crushing it.

Stash, a startup that allows users to investing in the stock market with just $5, is now valued at $240 million. 

In banking news, one of Goldman Sachs' most senior executives moonlights as a DJ in Miami. And UBS is trying to bring automation and artificial intelligence to the trading floor at its investment bank. 

Furious customers are accusing Wall Street's favorite shirt startup of failing to deliver on its promises

If you're into cryptocurrencies:

In company news, Nordstrom's website crashed on one of the retailer's biggest shopping days of the year. AT&T is planning a major organizational reshuffle. A Democratic lawmaker is taking aim at Amazon's plan to buy Whole Foods.

And it keeps getting worse for Snap. The stock is sliding again after another downgrade, and chief rival Instagram is turning the screws by handing advertisers free trials and credits.

How's this for an intro: 

On the 100th floor of the most expensive residential building ever planned in New York City, 126 captains of the universe can waltz in the grand ballroom and gaze down upon Central Park.

A staggering 20 of the 179 condominiums at the building will be priced at $60 million or above. Here's the story. By way of comparison, you can buy your very own private island in Maine for $8 million.

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OVERSTOCK EXEC: 'It's crazy that so many retailers don't accept bitcoin'

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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The price of bitcoin has been on a tear over the last year, but the number of top merchants who accept the cryptocurrency as a form of payment has retreated.

That's puzzling to Jonathan Johnson, the president of Medici Ventures, the venture capital subsidiary of online retailer Overstock. Johnson played an integral role in getting the retailer known for its furniture stock to accept the cryptocurrency.

He told Business Insider that Overstock has seen a "modest" uptick in the number of bitcoin transactions taking place on the site, and he thinks it's "crazy that so many retailers don't accept bitcoin."

The cryptocurrency is accepted at just three of the top retailers monitored by Internet Retailer, according to a recent research note by Morgan Stanley. That's a decline of two from last year. 

"The disparity between virtually no merchant acceptance and bitcoin’s rapid appreciation is striking," the analysts wrote. 

Costly transactions is one reason the bank thinks retailers have been slow to accept bitcoin, but Johnson thinks this is a moot point. 

"The cost of accepting bitcoin is very low," Johnson said. "It's actually cheaper for us to transfer a bitcoin transaction than it is to transfer than a credit card."

To be sure, that's likely because the transaction cost for bitcoin falls on the consumer, not the retailer. Johnson thinks if customers are willing to pay for that cost, then they should have the option. 

Retailers might be weary to accept bitcoin because of its wild price swings. Ethereum, another cryptocurrency, flash crashed on June 21 It tumbled from about $296 to a low of $0.10 in a matter of minutes before recouping its losses. It stands to reason, retailers don't want to take in coins that could potentially lose nearly all of their value in the matter of minutes. 

"But that reason doesn't make any sense," Johnson opined."It is easy enough at the time of transaction to turn it into fiat currency."

When Overstock first started accepting bitcoin it converted 90% to USD and kept 10% in cash.

"Today we keep 50% in bitcoin," he said. 

Cryptocurrency fanatics have been clamoring for more retailers to accept bitcoin. At least 2,100 petitioners on Change.org want Amazon to join Overstock in accepting bitcoin as a form of payment. 

CoinGeek.com, a bitcoin and blockchain news site, sent $100 bitcoin to the financial directors as 20 of the top online retail brands including Amazon and Airbnb. Airbnb, thus far is the only firm that has accept the coins, according to an article penned Thursday.

Johnson thinks those firms should pay attention. 

"I don't know why any CEO wouldn't want to make it easier for folks to spend money," he said.

SEE ALSO: Bitcoin is embroiled in a civil war — here's one way it can unfold

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Online Bank Swissquote Partners With Bitstamp to Launch Bitcoin Trading

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Online banking service Swissquote is launching a new bitcoin trading feature in partnership with digital currency exchange BitStamp.

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Merchants aren't accepting bitcoin

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Merchant acceptance of bitcoin, the leading cryptocurrency, is at an all-time low, according to a new report from JPMorgan covered by Bloomberg and Business Insider.

Out of the leading 500 internet sellers, just three accept bitcoin, down from five last year. That decline is what the report calls a “striking discrepancy,” in light of bitcoin’s price surging to a peak over $3,000 earlier this year. 

The peak is limiting the benefit for both customers and merchants in accepting bitcoin. The currency saw a 55% increase in transaction volume this year, but it's probable that volume comes from trading rather than payments. Here’s why neither party has much to gain from accepting it:

  • Customers: As bitcoin’s price has skyrocketed, the report found that customers holding the currency seem to be more interested in holding it to make money rather than spending it on goods that could be purchased in other fiat currencies. And when they do try to spend it, it often comes with high fees, which eliminates the utility for small purchases, or it takes a long time to complete the transaction, which could be a turn-off.
  • Merchants: Lack of demand on the consumer end isn’t prompting merchants to invest in the infrastructure required to accept bitcoin, something that’s magnified by insufficient support or effort in increasing the acceptance network from those behind the scenes. And even when merchants do see success with bitcoin acceptance, it’s still a very low share of overall volume — bitcoin sales are tripling, but comprised just 0.0002% of Overstock’s revenue last year.

Bitcoin will continue to go mainstream, but as an asset rather than a transaction method. People will continue to be more interested in trading or investing in bitcoin rather than using it as a fiat currency. That said, blockchain, the distributed ledger technology underpinning the cryptocurrency, is taking hold in a number of finance and commerce-related use cases. As bitcoin matures as an asset, we could see investments in the category continue to skew away from bitcoin and merchant acceptance and toward blockchain in the coming months.

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  • Highlights the factors that will be critical to the success of banks implementing blockchain-based solutions.

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The Segwit2x Boycott: Bitcoin's UASF Isn't Backing Down From August Deadline

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Support for a so-called UASF continues, adding complications to bitcoin's upcoming scaling drama.

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Adding Some Fun and Games to Bitcoin Scaling Debate Angst

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Adding Some Fun and Games to Bitcoin Scaling Angst

If you’re good at puzzles and familiar with the world of Bitcoin, you may be interested in signing up for the second round of the CoinGate Bitcoin Challenge, starting Saturday, July 15 at 6 p.m. UTC.

CoinGate, the Lithuanian-based bitcoin and altcoin payment center, is holding its second Bitcoin Challenge to highlight the history and benefits of Bitcoin as their response to the ongoing contentious scaling debate.

Like many in the Bitcoin space, CoinGate CTO Rytis Bieliauskas is watching with some concern and hoping bitcoiners will come back to their roots and remember the origins and original intentions of bitcoin founders.

Every two weeks throughout the summer, CoinGate is publishing a challenge related to Bitcoin and blockchain history. Solving the puzzles quickly requires some knowledge and skill, but mostly the challenges are designed to be “geeky fun” for anyone involved with Bitcoin to some degree.

On Saturday, contestants can register and access a number of challenges of varying degrees of difficulty on CoinGate’s website and on /r/Bitcoin here.

In preparation for the second contest, the Reddit thread is a good source of examples with answers from the last challenge, which began on July 1.

During the July 1st challenge, there was considerable discussion on Reddit among contestants.

“We were really surprised that participants started sharing their thoughts on our Reddit thread, even though there was only one prize for each riddle,” the Coingate team told Bitcoin Magazine. “And so all the riddles were solved and prizes snapped up within just 3 hours.

“Our team is really happy with the results and the number of participants [the challenge] attracted. All in all, we logged over 800 attempts and more than 600 people who were up to solve the tasks in a matter of several hours.”

Contestants received a series of puzzles to choose from, leading to a Bitcoin private key and the address for a wallet containing BTC.

Three challenges of varying difficulty were launched at once, with the most difficult taking from 4-6 hours to solve. As is evident on the Reddit comments, some found the puzzles baffling while a few seemed more than ready for the challenge.

In one puzzle, for example, contestants were given a grid of four CoinGate logos that seemed identical. A private key was hidden in the image and the participants had to figure out what was hidden and assemble the private key leading to the reward.

Most of the puzzles involve steganography — extracting of the meaning of a secret message hidden within an ordinary message.

Some of the solutions will provide a private key, while some others will provide another method to retrieve bitcoins, for example in the form of a wallet “seed.”

The end goal of each challenge is to get access to a Bitcoin address by finding its private key (or otherwise). Depending on the difficulty of the challenge, that address will contain a reward of 0.01 to 0.1 BTC. (The prize will be sent to a Bitcoin address just before the challenge.)

CoinGate: On SegWit and UASF

CoinGate CTO Rytis Bieliauskas told Bitcoin Magazine:

“CoinGate is seeking to attract people back to the basics of Bitcoin and blockchain [technology]. Having been involved in the Bitcoin world since 2011, we deeply love the original blockchain and we strongly believe that consensus [on scaling] will be reached.”

Bieliauskas is concerned about the direction Bitcoin is taking and is asking Bitcoiners to remember what the original essence and intent of Bitcoin was.

Bieliauskas considers himself to be a Core supporter but is hopeful all parties involved will come to a consensus on how to scale Bitcoin.

On the CoinGate blog, he wrote:

“We strongly believe in a future for Bitcoin. As we have officially stated previously, our team strongly supports SegWit as the best Bitcoin scaling solution, and we therefore maintain a close eye on BIP148 (UASF).”

In an email from the CoinGate team, a representative explained: “We have officially expressed our support for SegWit and UASF back in April, though we have not made any comment on the SegWit2x as it was coined after the New York Agreement. We strongly support any scaling solution that will help Bitcoin grow and become accessible and useful to people across the globe.

“However, since we are involved with Bitcoin from its technical side, we know that a scaling solution must not only seem viable ‘on paper,’ but also undergo rigorous testing before it can be launched across the network.”

Regardless of what the future brings, CoinGate has expressed that it is here to stay:

“[W]hatever the changes in the Bitcoin landscape, our team is ready to adjust to any technological developments. In the end, our goal has always been to make cryptocurrencies accessible, simple and convenient for both businesses and individuals.”

CoinGate is a payment gateway/processor for bitcoin and more than 40 altcoins including Litecoin, Ethereum, Zcash, Monero, Dash, Ripple and Golem. According to CoinGate, it is not an exchange because although the site offers customers ways to buy and sell bitcoins, it does not connect customers to each other.

Those interested in applying to play can sign up here.

The post Adding Some Fun and Games to Bitcoin Scaling Debate Angst appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.

Adding Some Fun and Games to Bitcoin Scaling Debate Angst

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Adding Some Fun and Games to Bitcoin Scaling Angst

If you’re good at puzzles and familiar with the world of Bitcoin, you may be interested in signing up for the second round of the CoinGate Bitcoin Challenge, starting Saturday, July 15 at 6 p.m. UTC.

CoinGate, the Lithuanian-based bitcoin and altcoin payment center, is holding its second Bitcoin Challenge to highlight the history and benefits of Bitcoin as their response to the ongoing contentious scaling debate.

Like many in the Bitcoin space, CoinGate CTO Rytis Bieliauskas is watching with some concern and hoping bitcoiners will come back to their roots and remember the origins and original intentions of bitcoin founders.

Every two weeks throughout the summer, CoinGate is publishing a challenge related to Bitcoin and blockchain history. Solving the puzzles quickly requires some knowledge and skill, but mostly the challenges are designed to be “geeky fun” for anyone involved with Bitcoin to some degree.

On Saturday, contestants can register and access a number of challenges of varying degrees of difficulty on CoinGate’s website and on /r/Bitcoin here.

In preparation for the second contest, the Reddit thread is a good source of examples with answers from the last challenge, which began on July 1.

During the July 1st challenge, there was considerable discussion on Reddit among contestants.

“We were really surprised that participants started sharing their thoughts on our Reddit thread, even though there was only one prize for each riddle,” the Coingate team told Bitcoin Magazine. “And so all the riddles were solved and prizes snapped up within just 3 hours.

“Our team is really happy with the results and the number of participants [the challenge] attracted. All in all, we logged over 800 attempts and more than 600 people who were up to solve the tasks in a matter of several hours.”

Contestants received a series of puzzles to choose from, leading to a Bitcoin private key and the address for a wallet containing BTC.

Three challenges of varying difficulty were launched at once, with the most difficult taking from 4-6 hours to solve. As is evident on the Reddit comments, some found the puzzles baffling while a few seemed more than ready for the challenge.

In one puzzle, for example, contestants were given a grid of four CoinGate logos that seemed identical. A private key was hidden in the image and the participants had to figure out what was hidden and assemble the private key leading to the reward.

Most of the puzzles involve steganography — extracting of the meaning of a secret message hidden within an ordinary message.

Some of the solutions will provide a private key, while some others will provide another method to retrieve bitcoins, for example in the form of a wallet “seed.”

The end goal of each challenge is to get access to a Bitcoin address by finding its private key (or otherwise). Depending on the difficulty of the challenge, that address will contain a reward of 0.01 to 0.1 BTC. (The prize will be sent to a Bitcoin address just before the challenge.)

CoinGate: On SegWit and UASF

CoinGate CTO Rytis Bieliauskas told Bitcoin Magazine:

“CoinGate is seeking to attract people back to the basics of Bitcoin and blockchain [technology]. Having been involved in the Bitcoin world since 2011, we deeply love the original blockchain and we strongly believe that consensus [on scaling] will be reached.”

Bieliauskas is concerned about the direction Bitcoin is taking and is asking Bitcoiners to remember what the original essence and intent of Bitcoin was.

Bieliauskas considers himself to be a Core supporter but is hopeful all parties involved will come to a consensus on how to scale Bitcoin.

On the CoinGate blog, he wrote:

“We strongly believe in a future for Bitcoin. As we have officially stated previously, our team strongly supports SegWit as the best Bitcoin scaling solution, and we therefore maintain a close eye on BIP148 (UASF).”

In an email from the CoinGate team, a representative explained: “We have officially expressed our support for SegWit and UASF back in April, though we have not made any comment on the SegWit2x as it was coined after the New York Agreement. We strongly support any scaling solution that will help Bitcoin grow and become accessible and useful to people across the globe.

“However, since we are involved with Bitcoin from its technical side, we know that a scaling solution must not only seem viable ‘on paper,’ but also undergo rigorous testing before it can be launched across the network.”

Regardless of what the future brings, CoinGate has expressed that it is here to stay:

“[W]hatever the changes in the Bitcoin landscape, our team is ready to adjust to any technological developments. In the end, our goal has always been to make cryptocurrencies accessible, simple and convenient for both businesses and individuals.”

CoinGate is a payment gateway/processor for bitcoin and more than 40 altcoins including Litecoin, Ethereum, Zcash, Monero, Dash, Ripple and Golem. According to CoinGate, it is not an exchange because although the site offers customers ways to buy and sell bitcoins, it does not connect customers to each other.

Those interested in applying to play can sign up here.

The post Adding Some Fun and Games to Bitcoin Scaling Debate Angst appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.

Adding Some Fun and Games to Bitcoin Scaling Debate Angst

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Adding Some Fun and Games to Bitcoin Scaling Angst

If you’re good at puzzles and familiar with the world of Bitcoin, you may be interested in signing up for the second round of the CoinGate Bitcoin Challenge, starting Saturday, July 15 at 6 p.m. UTC.

CoinGate, the Lithuanian-based bitcoin and altcoin payment center, is holding its second Bitcoin Challenge to highlight the history and benefits of Bitcoin as their response to the ongoing contentious scaling debate.

Like many in the Bitcoin space, CoinGate CTO Rytis Bieliauskas is watching with some concern and hoping bitcoiners will come back to their roots and remember the origins and original intentions of bitcoin founders.

Every two weeks throughout the summer, CoinGate is publishing a challenge related to Bitcoin and blockchain history. Solving the puzzles quickly requires some knowledge and skill, but mostly the challenges are designed to be “geeky fun” for anyone involved with Bitcoin to some degree.

On Saturday, contestants can register and access a number of challenges of varying degrees of difficulty on CoinGate’s website and on /r/Bitcoin here.

In preparation for the second contest, the Reddit thread is a good source of examples with answers from the last challenge, which began on July 1.

During the July 1st challenge, there was considerable discussion on Reddit among contestants.

“We were really surprised that participants started sharing their thoughts on our Reddit thread, even though there was only one prize for each riddle,” the Coingate team told Bitcoin Magazine. “And so all the riddles were solved and prizes snapped up within just 3 hours.

“Our team is really happy with the results and the number of participants [the challenge] attracted. All in all, we logged over 800 attempts and more than 600 people who were up to solve the tasks in a matter of several hours.”

Contestants received a series of puzzles to choose from, leading to a Bitcoin private key and the address for a wallet containing BTC.

Three challenges of varying difficulty were launched at once, with the most difficult taking from 4-6 hours to solve. As is evident on the Reddit comments, some found the puzzles baffling while a few seemed more than ready for the challenge.

In one puzzle, for example, contestants were given a grid of four CoinGate logos that seemed identical. A private key was hidden in the image and the participants had to figure out what was hidden and assemble the private key leading to the reward.

Most of the puzzles involve steganography — extracting of the meaning of a secret message hidden within an ordinary message.

Some of the solutions will provide a private key, while some others will provide another method to retrieve bitcoins, for example in the form of a wallet “seed.”

The end goal of each challenge is to get access to a Bitcoin address by finding its private key (or otherwise). Depending on the difficulty of the challenge, that address will contain a reward of 0.01 to 0.1 BTC. (The prize will be sent to a Bitcoin address just before the challenge.)

CoinGate: On SegWit and UASF

CoinGate CTO Rytis Bieliauskas told Bitcoin Magazine:

“CoinGate is seeking to attract people back to the basics of Bitcoin and blockchain [technology]. Having been involved in the Bitcoin world since 2011, we deeply love the original blockchain and we strongly believe that consensus [on scaling] will be reached.”

Bieliauskas is concerned about the direction Bitcoin is taking and is asking Bitcoiners to remember what the original essence and intent of Bitcoin was.

Bieliauskas considers himself to be a Core supporter but is hopeful all parties involved will come to a consensus on how to scale Bitcoin.

On the CoinGate blog, he wrote:

“We strongly believe in a future for Bitcoin. As we have officially stated previously, our team strongly supports SegWit as the best Bitcoin scaling solution, and we therefore maintain a close eye on BIP148 (UASF).”

In an email from the CoinGate team, a representative explained: “We have officially expressed our support for SegWit and UASF back in April, though we have not made any comment on the SegWit2x as it was coined after the New York Agreement. We strongly support any scaling solution that will help Bitcoin grow and become accessible and useful to people across the globe.

“However, since we are involved with Bitcoin from its technical side, we know that a scaling solution must not only seem viable ‘on paper,’ but also undergo rigorous testing before it can be launched across the network.”

Regardless of what the future brings, CoinGate has expressed that it is here to stay:

“[W]hatever the changes in the Bitcoin landscape, our team is ready to adjust to any technological developments. In the end, our goal has always been to make cryptocurrencies accessible, simple and convenient for both businesses and individuals.”

CoinGate is a payment gateway/processor for bitcoin and more than 40 altcoins including Litecoin, Ethereum, Zcash, Monero, Dash, Ripple and Golem. According to CoinGate, it is not an exchange because although the site offers customers ways to buy and sell bitcoins, it does not connect customers to each other.

Those interested in applying to play can sign up here.

The post Adding Some Fun and Games to Bitcoin Scaling Debate Angst appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.

A Wall Street legend is backing a bitcoin trading startup

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

John Mack Morgan Stanley

Wall Street investors have been slow to embrace bitcoin, even as the cryptocurrency has soared. 

John Mack, the former CEO of Morgan Stanley who led the bank through the doldrums of the financial crisis, wants to change that.   

The 72-year-old banker — along with other members of investment fund Venture One — has invested in Omega One, a Brooklyn-based startup that wants to act as a middleman between  investors trading volatile cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. The news was first reported by Bloomberg News’ Matthew Leising. 

As an agency broker, Omega One serves as counterparty, allowing clients like Wall Street banks to avoid the risks that come with these emerging assets while still serving clients who are interested in the space. To avoid crashing a single exchange with a large transaction, Omega claims it can split big trades across platforms. 

“We’re the bridge between the traditional capital markets and the crypto markets,” Omega One CEO Alex Gordon-Bradner told Bloomberg. “We will provide everything from balance sheet intermediation to a trusted counter party.”

Banks seem to be more bullish on bitcoin’s underlying technology, blockchain, than they are on actual currency. BNY Mellon, for example, has set up a blockchain ledger that mirror’s the bank’s traditional system. Even Mack's former employer isn’t convinced bitcoin can function as a currency, saying it's more of a value-holding asset.

Bitcoin’s price skyrocketed earlier this year to a price of over $3,000 a coin, but has fallen recently to $2,300.

“I have been watching and investing in the cryptocurrency market over the last several years, and as a Venture One portfolio company, I find Omega One to be an important next step in the emergence of this new economy,” Mack said in a statement to Bloomberg. 

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An Air Canada jet reportedly came within 100 feet from causing one of the worst disasters in aviation history

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Air Canada Airbus A320 C-FKCK

Last Friday, Air Canada Flight 759 was forced to abort a landing attempt at San Francisco International after nearly touching down on one of the airport's taxiways.

At the time of the incident, four planes were sitting on the taxiway waiting to take off.

Now we have an idea of just how close they came to disaster.

According to a preliminary report by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, the Air Canada jet reportedly came within 100 feet of altitude from a collision with the first two planes and within 200 ft. and 300 ft. of the third and fourth planes respectively.

In addition, the report stated that AC759 was just 29 ft. to the side of the first plane on the taxiway.

The US Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the incident.

Flight 759, from Toronto to San Francisco, had been cleared to land on Runway 28R. Instead, the pilots, on a visual approach, inadvertently lined up for Taxiway C which runs parallel to the runway.

The Air Canada jet was instructed to abort the landing only after a pilot of one of the planes on the taxiway alerted air traffic control, the preliminary report said.

Had AC759 collided with the four jets, it would most likely have been one of the worst disasters in the history of commercial aviation.

Fortunately, the aircraft was eventually able to land safely with no injuries reported among the 140 passengers and crew on board the Airbus A320.

In a statement to Business Insider, Air Canada wrote:

"Air Canada flight AC759 from Toronto was preparing to land at San Francisco airport Friday night when the aircraft initiated a go-around. The aircraft landed normally without incident. We are still investigating the circumstances and therefore have no additional information to offer. It was an A320 aircraft with 135 passengers and five crew."

Runway collisions have happened before and, in many instance with disastrous consequences. The most infamous example was the 1977 collision of two Boeing 747 jumbo jets in Tenerife in the Canary Islands that killed 583 people. In 1991, a US Air Boeing 737 landed on top of a SkyWest Airlines regional airliner, killing more than 30 people.

Here's the Transportation Safety Board of Canada's complete preliminary report:

"C-FKCK, an Airbus 320-200 aircraft operated by Air Canada, was conducting flight ACA759 from Toronto/Lester B. Pearson Intl, ON (CYYZ) to San Francisco Intl, CA (KSFO). As the aircraft was on a visual approach to Runway 28R at KSFO, ATC cleared ACA759 to land. Approximately 0.6 nautical mile from the runway threshold, the flight crew asked ATC to confirm the landing clearance for Runway 28R because they were seeing lights. ATC responded in the affirmative, and re-cleared ACA759 to land on Runway 28R. The controller was coordinating with another facility when a flight crew member from another airline taxiing on Taxiway C queried ATC as to where ACA759 was going, then stated that ACA759 appeared to be lined up with Taxiway C which parallels Runway 28R. ACA759 had overflown Taxiway C for approximately 0.25 miles when ATC instructed the aircraft to go around. Four aircraft were positioned on Taxiway C at the time of the event. It is estimated that ACA759 overflew the first two aircraft by 100 feet, the third one by 200 feet and the last one by 300 feet. The closest lateral proximity between ACA759 and one of the four aircraft on Taxiway C was 29 feet. The NTSB is investigating."

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Ethereum is gobbling up share in the cryptocurrency market. 

A new report by Autonomous NEXTa financial technology analytics service, shows that Ethereum's percentage of the total cryptocurrency market has sharply risen since the beginning of the year.

In January it stood at approximately 5%. As of June 22, its marketcap as a percentage of the entire market rose to 30%.

Ethereum's impressive rise has led to a dramatic fall in bitcoin's marketcap as a percentage of the market. It has declined from about 85% at the beginning of the year to just under 40% as of late June. Up until the mid June, ethereum was on track to surpass bitcoin as the world's largest cryptocurrency by market cap, according to Coindesk, but its share of the market has since pulled back. 

Still, the shift from bitcoin to ethereum reflects a change in what the cryptocurrency industry wants from blockchain tech, according to the report.

"Early phase of cryptocurrency market development focused on who will be the “digital gold” – and Bitcoin won through the largest developer and adoption ecosystem," the report said. "However, current battle is for other functionalities, such as global decentralized computing or smart contracts infrastructure."

Ethereum, unlike bitcoin, wasn't built to simply function as a "digital gold." According to Paul McNeal, a bitcoin evangelist, the ethereum blockchain was built as a platform on which two parties could enter into a so-called smart contract without a third party. As a result, it can be used as a currency and it can "represent virtual shares, assets, proof of membership, and more." 

The mutli-faceted functionality of ethereum has many folks in financial services bullish on its future. Mike McGovern, the new head of Investor Services Fintech Offerings at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co, is one such person. 

"Ethereum is not only cheaper than bitcoin, it is also more robust and has more applications outside of simply financial transactions," he said in a recent interview with Business Insider. 

survey recently cited by Popper in The New York Times indicates that a lot of businesses are singing a similar tune. Almost 94% of surveyed firms said they feel positive about the state of ether tokens. Only 49% of firms surveyed had a positive feeling about bitcoin. 

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