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We tagged Amsterdam Central Station with LONG BITCOIN SHORT THE BANKERS

The White House has been tagged with digital Bitcoin graffiti, thanks to a new augmented reality platform powered by cryptocurrency. Satoshi’s World allows anyone in the world to add text, images, and GIFs to real world settings for a small Bitcoin fee. Posts are made viewable through a special Google Maps feed. It was launched over the weekend, and it took just a few hours for “bitcoin” to be scrawled across the White House. Found it pic.twitter.com/11UfbvSkUL — Neeraj K. Agrawal (@NeerajKA) Fe...
Tags: Startups, White House, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Satoshi, Amsterdam Central Station, Neeraj K Agrawal, Hard Fork


Coinbase opens its listing process to everyone – and gets trolled mercilessly

Earlier this week, Coinbase launched a new page (basically a Google Form) so blockchain startups can apply to have their tokens listed on the cryptocurrency exchange. But it seems some people are not using the new page quite like Coinbase intended. As some of us might have expected, the cryptocurrency community has taken the opportunity to send Coinbase a barrage of spoof coin-listing applications. I want to see what kind of garbage people are putting in the coinbase form — Neeraj K. Agrawal (@N...
Tags: Startups, Coinbase, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Google Form, Neeraj K Agrawal, Hard Fork


Lamborghinis lined the street outside a massive NYC cryptocurrency conference, but it turns out they were only staged rentals

Lamborghinis were spotted parked outside New York's blockchain conference Consensus this week. Cryptocurrency enthusiasts and others have long revered the Lamborghini as an aspirational symbol of wealth. But it turns out that the Lamborghinis in question didn't actually belong to any of the attendees: They were staged rentals. Lamborghinis have long been an aspirational symbol within the cryptocurrency community. So it made sense that several of the coveted Italian sports cars would make an ...
Tags: New York, Trends, Bloomberg, Manhattan, Neeraj K Agrawal, Consensus New York, Hilton Midtown Hotel


Shutterstock has weird stock videos showing a Bitcoin trader in his undies

The standard rules of common sense no longer apply once you enter the infinitely absurd domain of stock photography – especially when your distributor of choice is Shutterstock. As spotted by one snoopy Twitter user, the popular stock content provider now has a large collection of videos depicting a cryptocurrency trader impatiently monitoring a currency exchange chart in real-time… on his couch… in his underwear. Shutterstock has a whole series of videos depicting a cryptocurrency trader watchi...
Tags: Startups, Shutterstock, Design & Dev, Shareables, Neeraj K Agrawal