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Reasearchers from Microsoft and the University of Maryland are proposing a new version of Bitcoin. Called Permacoin, this digital currency would actually create value in the real world by storing data
In a press release by India's central bank, the Reserve Bank of India, Dogecoins were acknowledged as a legitimate virtual currency - amongst the likes of competitors such as Bitcoin and Litecoin.
A television news anchor was robbed of a Bitcoin gift by a Reddit user after he briefly flashed the QR code meant to be given to his co-hosts during a segment on the show featuring Bitcoin.
On the heels of a recent (and significant) spike in the value of Bitcoins (the market's primary cryptocurrency), Dogecoins take a somewhat satirical bite of the market.