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  • It was a curious choice for "The Good Wife": an episode built around an obscure digital currency called Bitcoin that many of the show's viewers probably assumed was fictional.

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  • Gavin Andresen, a coder in New England, bought 10,000 bitcoins for $50 and created a site called the Bitcoin Faucet, where he gave them away for the hell of it.

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  • "Bitcoin" has a clever approach involving time/hashcodes which could be applied I'd bet.

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  • Bitcoin is a virtual payments system that allows you to make completely anonymous payments to anyone, anywhere.

    Andrew Reinbach: Computer "Security"

  • Today there are local versions like Ithaca HOUR (Ithaca, N.Y.) and BerkShare (western Massachusetts), and online ones like Facebook Credits and, most recently, the encrypted digital currency Bitcoin.

    Time for Cash to Cash Out?

  • MARTIN: I understand that there was a huge heist of Bitcoin currency.

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  • Bitcoin has an exchange business called Mt Gox and somebody actually broke into that and managed to pull out about a half a million dollars in valuable Bitcoins from that.

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  • Bitcoin is a virtual currency independent of any government.

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  • Bitcoin is a lot like cash - for the online universe.

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  • Between that and the police raids, Bitcoin's quickly becoming more trouble than it's worth.

    Gizmodo

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  • a unit of online currency, which in 2013, is being traded for actual currency, and accepted by online businesses

    April 6, 2013