RAILROADED – Ross Ulbricht, Double Life for a Website

Ross Ulbricht is serving a double life sentence for a website, namely Silk Road.  Jeffrey Tucker, Editorial Director, American Institute for Economic Research believes:-   Ross’s case is so important to our country’s future and the future of Liberty itself. When somebody has been singled out the way Ross has been, to be made an example of, for a purely political case, that’s a serious problem.”     Clemency from the President is my only hope of breathing free air again. Please get this petition to as many people as…

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RAILROADED – The Corruption, Cover-Up and Prejudice against Ross Ulbricht

  Ross Ulbricht is facing a double life sentence for the creation of the website, Silk Road.      Judge Katherine Forrest said she would give Ross “the severest sentence possible.” Restrained by law from issuing the death penalty, she gave him a walking death sentence instead. Ross’s appeal points out “grotesque disparity” between Ross’s life sentence—which is unheard of for a young man with no criminal history and all non-violent charges—and the sentences of other Silk Road defendants.”   In the news:   Great news: @realDonaldTrump now backs criminal…

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RAILROADED – Ross Ulbricht Fighting for Freedom

Ross Ulbricht is currently incarcerated for the creation of the website, Silk Road.  A petition to free Ross from a double life sentence + 40 years without parole is underway. Show your support by signing the petition here – PETITION. Watch this series of 6 videos revealing information not heard before.   Follow the story here:- Episode 1  – RAILROADED? Ross Ulbricht and the Silk Road Case Episode 2 – RAILROADED – Inner workings and Conflicts in the Silk Road story   Episode 3 includes: • The Arrest • Deleting…

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RAILROADED? Ross Ulbricht and the Silk Road Case

  It has been 5 years since the incarceration of Ross Ulbricht for the creation of the website, Silk Road. Silk Road was an online marketplace on the Tor browser (pre-configured to protect privacy and anonymity on the web) that used Bitcoin as the payment method.   The Silk Road website allowed the anonymous exchange of a variety of goods, both legal and illegal and including drugs of which the most common was small amounts of cannabis. “Anything involuntary that created victims or used force, such as child porn, stolen…

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How to find the best Bitcoin Trading Platform or Exchange

Exchanges are often in the news, either due to listing of new crypto / ICO token; customer service issues or loss of crypto due to hacking.     There have been numerous exchange hacks in the lifetime of Bitcoin with the most famous one being Tokyo based Mt.Gox where approximately 850,000 bitcoins belonging to customers and the company were missing and likely stolen from their hot wallet.  Hot wallets are connected to the internet and as a result, vulnerable to hacking. This was an amount valued at more than $450…

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Bitcoin in freefall after Binance hack

Bitcoin prices plunged today on speculation that major crypto exchange Binance has been hacked.     The exchange has denied being attacked but several users reported that their altcoin holdings were liquidated unexpectedly and without consent. There is speculation that Binance’s trading bot was at the heart of the issue, while others believe hackers may have orchestrated an attack on the Bitcoin exchange… Binance has halted trading and withdrawals. Full Story: – HACKED     Exchange hacks have plagued Bitcoin since inception, remember the Mt. Gox hack?   This constant…

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Stanford University’s Bitcoin Mafia

Bitcoin started a revolution that continues to change the financial world as we know it.  2013 was a rather interesting time for Bitcoin. Here are a few of the events that took place:-   Firstly, in February 2013 the bitcoin exchange Coinbase reported selling US$1 million worth of bitcoins in a single month – Bitcoin was around $22 at the time April 2013, payment processors BitInstant and Mt. Gox experienced processing delays due to insufficient capacity – a sure sign that demand for Bitcoin was increasing (Mt. Gox In a…

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Japanese Electronics Retail Giant Launches Bitcoin Payments

Bitcoin adoption in Japan seems to be forging ahead with major Japanese consumer electronics retailer Yamada Denki announcing that it has partnered with cryptocurrency exchange BitFlyer to add a bitcoin payments service in two of its stores.     The company said: “In addition to diversifying [our services], we will implement initiatives to improve bitcoin recognition and usage promotion.” The company indicated that they believe the acceptance of Bitcoin can provide improved service and convenience. This is some good news from a country recently plagued with bad news after the massive…

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Bitcoin chaos in Japan as Coincheck freezes all Withdrawals

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck announced on Friday, Jan. 26, that it is suspending all withdrawals after a Ripple payment worth $123mln left its wallet as well as a transaction of 500 million NEM (XEM) worth around $600 million at the time.   The sudden announcement sent a shockwave through the trading community and Cryptocurrencies slumped after one of Japan’s biggest Bitcoin venues halted client withdrawals in a country that’s still wary of crypto exchanges four years after the collapse of Mt. Gox.   No Explanation: Coincheck Inc., based in Tokyo,…

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CryptoBridge review – Trade EOT and Popular Altcoins

CryptoBridge is a decentralized exchange (DEX) in the hands of BridgeCoin owners.  BridgeCoin is a scrypt-compatible coin that was created in July 2017 in order to finance the development of the decentralized exchange. You can start using the decentralized exchange now at https://wallet.crypto-bridge.org/     The difference between Centralized and Decentralized   With a centralized exchange, the exchange holds the private keys to your assets, and therefore you are at risk from anything that happens to the exchange. Look at what happened with Mt. Gox, for example, where it was hacked…

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