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Scotland Hospital Opens Rehab Center for Crypto-Trading Addicts

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

Scotland Hospital Opens Rehabilitation Center for Crypto Addicts

We all indulge in guilty pleasures from time to time. Whether it’s chocolate, alcohol or something completely different, everyone has something that tantalizes their senses. For some people, that “something” is cryptocurrency. Now, a hospital in Scotland is working to help those who have taken their love of crypto a bit too far.

Castle Craig Hospital — Scotland’s largest addiction treatment facility — has developed a center specifically dedicated to help cryptocurrency addicts. Representatives explain that “cryptocurrency users can get hooked by the volatile fluctuation of prices online which creates a ‘high’ when they buy or trade a winning currency” and that “this can be exciting but also addictive and … financially disastrous.”

Individuals addicted to crypto-trading show all the same signs and behaviors as gambling addicts; only this time, they are dealing with a 24/7 urge to mix and match digital assets despite suffering consistent (and occasionally devastating) losses.

“The high risk, fluctuating cryptocurrency market appeals to the problem gambler,” says Chris Burn, a gambling therapist at the hospital. “It provides excitement and an escape from reality. Bitcoin, for example, has been heavily traded and huge gains and losses were made. It’s a classic bubble situation.”

Josh Olszewicz, a popular crypto-trader and price analyst, agrees with the gambling analogy and says there are definite similarities between the two. Speaking with Bitcoin Magazine, he stated, “Many of the newer market participants treat crypto like a giant casino, and bet the farm on the equivalent of penny stocks only to lose all their money. It’s certainly no different than run-of-the-mill gambling addiction. You have people risking their rent money or lunch money and then it spirals out of control very quickly. Too many people treat crypto as a binary option, and just throw away money constantly.”

Olszewicz also pointed out that recent media coverage focusing on the get-rich-quick success stories in the crypto space tends to feed into the “euphoria, fear and greed” that can cloud people’s judgment.

The hospital offers patients many of the same treatments as they would to gambling addicts, including group therapy. Participants sit together and share the experiences that led them to their current situations.

Former gambling and cocaine addict Tony Marini now works as a counselor with the hospital and leads some of the remedy programs. He’s looking to help the patients find focus in their lives, which he believes is the key to overcoming any addiction.

“Having been through it myself, my experience of addiction gives me insight and empathy towards others who have the same problem,” he explained.

So, how does one know if they’re addicted to cryptocurrency? Castle Craig Hospital has produced a list of 10 questions that individuals can ask themselves. If they answer “yes” to 5 or more, they likely fall into the “addict” category.

Some of the questions include:

  • Am I spending large amounts on cryptocurrency?
  • Do I become restless or irritable if I try to cut down my screen time related to cryptocurrency?
  • Do I carry on trading in cryptocurrency after losing money — to try to gain it back?

Despite the hospital’s insistence, many are unconvinced that cryptocurrency addiction is a valid issue. Niko da Costa Gomez, for instance, is a frequent cryptocurrency trader who’s been making a profit on his investments. He doesn’t think a crypto-based rehabilitation program is necessary, nor does he believe anyone can become addicted — unless they’re very rich.

Manav Singhal, CEO of blockchain startup Velix.ID, agrees and says the regular losses hospital executives speak of are just a natural part of the investment process.

“Profits and losses are just a part of the trading, and it is no different than trading any other kinds of securities,” he states. “Gambling addicts are just that — gambling addicts. They can choose any addiction they want, and it can be cryptocurrencies, but that doesn’t mean that a majority of cryptocurrency traders are addicts. There’re many reasons that make you trade cryptocurrencies frequently, given how fast things are changing in the industry.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Crypto expert says we won’t see regulation for years

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

Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and digital assets took center stage at the Code Conference today. During a panel, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse said Bitcoin could end up becoming the “Napster of digital currency,” noting how Bitcoin “showed us what’s possible, but in the end, it was Spotify and iTunes and Pandora that won the day because they […]

Crypto expert says we won’t see regulation for years

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

Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and digital assets took center stage at the Code Conference today. During a panel, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse said Bitcoin could end up becoming the “Napster of digital currency,” noting how Bitcoin “showed us what’s possible, but in the end, it was Spotify and iTunes and Pandora that won the day because they […]

CRYPTO INSIDER: Hospitals are now treating addiction to crypto trading

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

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People are so obsessed with trading cryptocurrencies that a hospital just launched a program to treat addictive behavior. 

Castle Craig Hospital, a treatment center that offers programs to treat alcohol, drug, and behavioral addictions is now offering a cryptocurrency-addiction program.

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Hospitals are now treating addiction to crypto trading

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People are so obsessed with trading cryptocurrencies that a hospital just launched a program to treat addictive behavior. 

Castle Craig Hospital, a treatment center that offers programs to treat alcohol, drug, and behavioral addictions is now offering a cryptocurrency-addiction program.

Here are the current crypto prices: bitcoin price today

In the news:

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider's Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff.

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Satoshi Nakamoto was weird, paranoid, and bossy, says early bitcoin developer who exchanged hundreds of emails with the mysterious crypto creator

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

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  • Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of bitcoin, evaporated from the web seven years ago. 
  • Laszlo Hanyecz, a developer who worked on bitcoin early on, told Business Insider that he exchanged hundreds of emails with the person known as Nakamoto over the course of 2010.
  • The experience was mostly weird, said Hanyecz.

Ten years after murmurs of the world's first cryptocurrency appeared online, there's still no definitive clue as to the identity of its creator, the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto. 

While Nakamoto vanished from the internet in April of 2011, he left behind a slender trail of breadcrumbs in the form of emails exchanged with early bitcoin developers, commentary in online forums, and bitcoin's original whitepaper itself. 

While there's plenty of speculation regarding Nakamoto's true identity, all of the guesses hazarded thus far have led to inconclusive dead ends.

One bitcoin developer, Laszlo Hanyecz, best known for making the first real-world purchase in bitcoin for a pair of multi-million dollar pizzas, told Business Insider that he exchanged hundreds of emails with the bitcoin creator over the course of 2010.

Their interaction began when Hanyecz, who had been mining bitcoins on his laptop, expressed interest in contributing to the cryptocurrency's development online. Nakamoto agreed, Hanyecz said, and over the course of the year, he sent over tasks for Hanyecz to complete. 

Hanyecz said that his interactions with Nakamoto were always "kind of weird." 

bitcoin"I thought bitcoin was awesome and I wanted to be involved, but I had a regular developing job," said Hanyecz. "Nakamoto would send me emails like, 'Hey, can you fix this bug? Hey, can you do this?'"

Hanyecz said that even though his work on bitcoin was a side project that he worked on for free, Nakamoto treated him like he was a full time employee. 

"He'd say: 'Hey, the west side's down.' Or, 'We have these bugs, we need to fix this.' I'd be like, 'We? We're not a team,'" said Hanyecz. "I thought that it was approval from him, that maybe he accepted me as a member. But I didn't want the responsibility. I didn't really understand all of the forces that were going on at the time."

Hanyecz said that Nakamoto's demands occasionally rubbed him the wrong way.

"I'd say, 'Hey, you're not my boss,'" said Hanyecz. "I didn't take it too seriously, though." 

I asked a few questions — he always dodged them

Nakamoto didn't seem too thrilled about Hanyecz's burgeoning mining pursuits either, said Hanyecz.

"He said, "Well, I’d rather not have you do the mining too much,'" said Hanyecz. "He was trying to grow the community and get more commerce-use cases. He fully recognized that mining would become a thing where a few people would get wealthy."

Typically, Hanyecz would contact Nakamoto throughout the week with technical inquiries usually related to bitcoin's code, he said. When Nakamoto chose to respond, he'd do so all at once, usually towards the end of the week. 

"I just assumed he was busy working on other stuff," said Hanyecz.

Bitcoin, Members of Japan's idol group Despite working on a strenuous, highly technical project together, Hanyecz said that Nakamoto always maintained his veil of anonymity, to the point that it struck Hanyecz as distinctly odd.

"He or she or whoever it was never told me anything personal," said Hanyecz. "I asked a few questions, but he always dodged them. Those questions never got answered."

Because of Nakamoto's name, Hanyecz assumed like many others, that he was conferring with a slightly eccentric man of Asian origins. There were several emails where Hanyecz said that Nakamoto struck him as paranoid.

"There were a few times when I got messages that seemed off-base," he said. "I brushed them off because I was like, 'Who cares if this guy tells me to go pound sand and go away?' This wasn't my  job or anything, it was a hobby. I was trying to be friends with him. He seemed very paranoid about people breaking the software. He kept calling it 'pre-release,' and I was helping him get it to release."

In retrospect, Hanyecz said that Nakamoto's paranoia was understandable. 

"If anything had happened to the code early on, we wouldn’t be heaving this conversation today," he said.

Hanyecz said that he's used to dealing with eccentric people over the internet, but that his interactions with Nakamoto consistently gave him what he called "a weird feeling." 

Ultimately, though, Hanyecz said that he has deep respect for both Nakamoto's project and the person, or team, behind the name Nakamoto. Hanyecz believes  that bitcoin might not exist today if it wasn't for its creator's decision to evade the public eye. 

"It’s exciting because people love a man of mystery, but I try to steer people towards the fact that it doesn't matter who made it. He could be a psycho killer," Hanyecz said.  "People like to identify with heroes or villains, but in the cryptosphere your code has to speak for itself. Charisma and being an interesting person only gets you so far when you're a developer. Ultimately, you'll be judged on the quality of your code and your idea."

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Hackers Demand $1 Million in XRP after Breaching Two Canadian Banks

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Hackers who stole the personal information of tens of thousands of customers from two Canadian banks are threatening to publish that data online unless the banks pay them $1 million in XRP. Regional media outlet CBC News reports that the Bank of Montreal (BMO) and Simplii Financial were successfully breached over the weekend, allowing the

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‘A Game Changer’: UK FX Brokerage Pilots Ripple XRP for Money Transfers

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Currencies Direct, a London-based foreign exchange (FX) brokerage, has confirmed a successful international money transfer pilot using Ripple’s xRapid platform, powered by native token XRP. In an announcement [PDF] on Tuesday, the UK brokerage revealed it conducted a number of international money transfers between organizations based in the US, Mexico and Europe in seconds, compared

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Crypto On the Go: Prague Subway Gets 10 New Bitcoin ATMs

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

Crypto On the Go: Prague Subway Gets 10 New Bitcoin ATMs

GENERAL BYTES, a Prague-based bitcoin ATM manufacturer, has installed 10 new cryptocurrency ATMs throughout the Prague subway. With this latest move, commuters using the busy Prague Metro can buy and sell virtual currencies on the go. One of the busiest metros in Europe, over 1.2 million people pass through the Prague subway daily.

The company published an update on its website where it provides a detailed description of the location of each ATM. The new machines were installed in Můstek, Nádraží Veleslavín, Dejvická, Florenc, Černý Most, Zličín, Pankrác, Flora, Skalka and Hlavní Nádraží.

According to Coinatmradar.com, the Czech Republic now has 46 bitcoin ATMs, with 34 of these ATMs concentrated in Prague. Of the 3,138 bitcoin ATMs manufactured globally, GENERAL BYTES has now manufactured 27.63 percent, with their machines installed in every major city in the world. Their ATMs support the purchase and sale of bitcoin, litecoin, dash and monero.

In conversation with Bitcoin Magazine, Martijn Wismeijer, Marketing Manager of GENERAL BYTES, described his company as "veterans in the blockchain space who have been there from the very beginning.” He pointed out that the company was “the first to introduce sending cryptos via email” as well as the creator of the first BATMOne models.

Wismeijer said his company offers "seven different cryptocurrency ATM models as well as a point-of-sale (POS) called CortexPay.” These crypto ATM models are all based on a similar code base; however, he also explained that, even though the machines were similar in code base, there are some minor differences in the hardware design and a range of additional features. These features include the capacity of the acceptor, dispenser and recycler combinations as well as the acceptance of multi-currencies on a single machine.

The ATM models are called the BATM series ATM. BATM is the name of the platform created by GENERAL BYTES for producing the ATMs. These machines are further divided into the BATMTwo series (one-way and two-way options) and the BATMThree series ATMs.

According to Wismeijer, the one-way BATMTwo series ATMs were chosen for this project as there are already many two-way ATM locations in and around the city. “Installing the one-way BATMTwo models allows GENERAL BYTES to showcase the possibilities that abound for clients brand-wise with the optional BATMStand which transforms the machines into a free-standing unit.”

Wismeijer explained that clients can either run and maintain their servers or they can use the company’s cloud-hosted server, which allows operators to run their software on GENERAL BYTES’ server for a small fee.

Cryptocurrencies in Prague

Prague has been a growing hotspot for everything crypto for a while now.

There hasn't been much definition or regulation of virtual currencies in the Czech Republic, and the government is seen to be somewhat friendly to cryptos.

The subject matter is, however, being discussed in government circles as the Czech National Bank published a paper titled "Don't be Afraid of Bitcoin," where it declared that "Prague is home to a strong community of cryptocurrency users," while playing down the potential threats of cryptocurrency to the traditional monetary system.

Last year, Alza became the "first large European retailer" to add cryptocurrency payments to its website and install two bitcoin ATMs in its showroom locations in Prague and Bratislava.

The hip and trendy Holešovice district in Prague is also home to the famous Cryptoanarchy Institute, Paralelni Polis, an organization that educates the public on cryptocurrencies. Prague is also home to a couple of crypto startups like SatoshiLabs (makers of Trezor hardware wallets).

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Crypto On the Go: Prague Subway Gets 10 New Bitcoin ATMs

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

Crypto On the Go: Prague Subway Gets 10 New Bitcoin ATMs

GENERAL BYTES, a Prague-based bitcoin ATM manufacturer, has installed 10 new cryptocurrency ATMs throughout the Prague subway. With this latest move, commuters using the busy Prague Metro can buy and sell virtual currencies on the go. One of the busiest metros in Europe, over 1.2 million people pass through the Prague subway daily.

The company published an update on its website where it provides a detailed description of the location of each ATM. The new machines were installed in Můstek, Nádraží Veleslavín, Dejvická, Florenc, Černý Most, Zličín, Pankrác, Flora, Skalka and Hlavní Nádraží.

According to Coinatmradar.com, the Czech Republic now has 46 bitcoin ATMs, with 34 of these ATMs concentrated in Prague. Of the 3,138 bitcoin ATMs manufactured globally, GENERAL BYTES has now manufactured 27.63 percent, with their machines installed in every major city in the world. Their ATMs support the purchase and sale of bitcoin, litecoin, dash and monero.

In conversation with Bitcoin Magazine, Martijn Wismeijer, Marketing Manager of GENERAL BYTES, described his company as "veterans in the blockchain space who have been there from the very beginning.” He pointed out that the company was “the first to introduce sending cryptos via email” as well as the creator of the first BATMOne models.

Wismeijer said his company offers "seven different cryptocurrency ATM models as well as a point-of-sale (POS) called CortexPay.” These crypto ATM models are all based on a similar code base; however, he also explained that, even though the machines were similar in code base, there are some minor differences in the hardware design and a range of additional features. These features include the capacity of the acceptor, dispenser and recycler combinations as well as the acceptance of multi-currencies on a single machine.

The ATM models are called the BATM series ATM. BATM is the name of the platform created by GENERAL BYTES for producing the ATMs. These machines are further divided into the BATMTwo series (one-way and two-way options) and the BATMThree series ATMs.

According to Wismeijer, the one-way BATMTwo series ATMs were chosen for this project as there are already many two-way ATM locations in and around the city. “Installing the one-way BATMTwo models allows GENERAL BYTES to showcase the possibilities that abound for clients brand-wise with the optional BATMStand which transforms the machines into a free-standing unit.”

Wismeijer explained that clients can either run and maintain their servers or they can use the company’s cloud-hosted server, which allows operators to run their software on GENERAL BYTES’ server for a small fee.

Cryptocurrencies in Prague

Prague has been a growing hotspot for everything crypto for a while now.

There hasn't been much definition or regulation of virtual currencies in the Czech Republic, and the government is seen to be somewhat friendly to cryptos.

The subject matter is, however, being discussed in government circles as the Czech National Bank published a paper titled "Don't be Afraid of Bitcoin," where it declared that "Prague is home to a strong community of cryptocurrency users," while playing down the potential threats of cryptocurrency to the traditional monetary system.

Last year, Alza became the "first large European retailer" to add cryptocurrency payments to its website and install two bitcoin ATMs in its showroom locations in Prague and Bratislava.

The hip and trendy Holešovice district in Prague is also home to the famous Cryptoanarchy Institute, Paralelni Polis, an organization that educates the public on cryptocurrencies. Prague is also home to a couple of crypto startups like SatoshiLabs (makers of Trezor hardware wallets).

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Bitcoin May Not Be Around In 100 Years, Says Nobel Laureate Economist Robert Shiller

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Robert Shiller, a Nobel Prize-winning economist and Yale University professor, says bitcoin may be extinct in 100 years because it “looks like a bubble.” If bitcoin is around, Shiller says it will be a completely different iteration of what it is today. “I’m thinking bitcoin won’t look anything like it is today,” Shiller told CNBC.

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Bitcoin Price Rebounds to $7,500, Still Early for a Bull Run

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The bitcoin price has increased by around 6.5 percent since its dip to $7,040 on May 30, stabilising in the $7,500 region. Naturally, as the bitcoin price spiked, the entire cryptocurrency market followed the dominant cryptocurrency’s upward price trend, leading both major cryptocurrencies and tokens to increase by 3 to 10 percent. Can Bitcoin Sustain … Continued

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Hackers Demand $1 Million in XRP After Bank Data Theft

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

Hackers who stole personal information on 90,000 Canadian bank users have demanded $1 million in Ripple's XRP to not release the data trove.

Korea’s Supreme Court Orders Seizure of $1.4 Million in Bitcoin in Criminal Case

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

South Korean authorities are cleared to confiscate 191 bitcoins, about $1.43 million, from the operator of a child pornography website in addition to a prison sentence and a penalty. In a ruling on Wednesday, South Korea’s Supreme Court said that cryptocurrency can be deemed a forfeitable asset in a criminal prosecution, Yonhap News reports. In

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Kuwait Bank Adopts Ripple for Instant Cross-Border Payments

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The Kuwait Finance House (KFH) has become the Arab nation’s first bank to join RippleNet, an enterprise blockchain network from industry giant Ripple, for international remittance payments. In an announcement, the Kuwaiti bank confirmed its move to join RippleNet, a SWIFT-replacement global blockchain network that sees over 100 financial institutions including banks, payment providers, remittance

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Korea Seizes Bitcoin Worth $1.4 Million Following Supreme Court Ruling

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

South Korea's Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that cryptocurrencies can be forfeited in criminal cases, allowing the seizure.

$7,560: Bitcoin Bulls Fight Back, But Too Early to Call Reversal

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

Bitcoin regained poised on Tuesday, climbing back to over $7,550, but the bulls still have work to do.

Italy’s Economic Pain Is the Bitcoin Price’s Gain

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Perhaps it took an economic crisis of another kind to lift the cryptocurrency markets. Italy’s economy is reeling amid a political crisis that has placed a spotlight on the cracks in the EU’s economic foundation. Bitcoin Price Trends up as Italy’s Economy Falters Italian bonds are going bust, and the negativity has spilled over into

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