Blockchain.Info has a bitcoins (btc) wallet service and so far it’s been pretty good at storing my own btc holdings. It features an email authentication (2-factor) method that’s pretty neat if you are worried about security. Now, they’ve just integrated btc withdrawals with BTCPak.com (MoneyPak), so that you can fund any U.S. PayPal account and […]
Bitcoin Video Interview with Roger Ver of BitInstant and others at HuffingtonPost: Video – with Roger Ver (Bitinstant/memorydealers),Brian Armstrong (coinbase) , Drew Little (‘new economist’/founder of producism) , Neils Vanderlanden (don’t buy bitcoin guy!), David Wolman (author of The End of Money). Video name: Chomping at the Bitcoin – The Ups And Downs Of Cyber […]
Jason Calacanis on STARTUPS YouTube Channel Episode #140 interviews Gavin Andresen and Amir Taaki about Bitcoins. Jason Calacanis is an American Internet entrepreneur and blogger. His first company was part of the dot-com era in New York, and his second venture, Weblogs, Inc., a publishing company he co-founded together with Brian Alvey, capitalized on the […]
Ok, so bitcoins. Some people get it, some don’t. Don’t fret if you are trying to convince your mom to buy some. Here’s an excellent slide by Ash Moran that’s suitable for noobs and techies. The BarCamper's Guide to Bitcoin from ashmoran Ash Moran’s blog is here.
Some people have asked me about online bitcoin (btc) wallets and whether its safe. For me, its always safer to store your bitcoins in an offline Bitcoin wallet (like Armory) on a Linux computer to prevent malware hijacks. But if you are adamant on using this easy online bitcoin wallets, here’s a few.. (thanks to […]
There are generally three type of people in the Bitcoin digital eco-system; normal people/investors, miners and exchanges. Well, I’m in the first and second category. Therefore as a investor, I would like to earn better returns on my Bitcoin investments. How can I do that as a Malaysian? Try pyramining that has Active members: 1053. […]
BitInstant’s new Paycard could be the thing that will jump-start the usage of Bitcoins (btc) in Malaysia. Kudos to them. Hope to see this card arrive in my Malaysian mailbox shortly. the cards would cost users $10 apiece to purchase and carry a 1% bitcoin transfer fee, as well as $1.50 ATM withdrawal fee. To […]