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Blockchain’s Open-Source Ethos Collides With Corporate America

By Natalie Rodriguez | October 16, 2016, 7:11 PM EDT

Going Mainstream Will Blockchain's Open-Source Ethos Survive Corporate America?

By Natalie Rodriguez

October 17, 2016 In 2013, as Cyprus bailed out its banking system in a two-week-long restructuring, skittish investors started taking their money out of its financial institutions. Instead, they poured it into bitcoin — a little-known digital currency established in a public paper in 2008 by the anonymous figure Satoshi Nakamoto — inflating its price and renown. The experience didn’t exactly make for a great early impression with banks regarding bitcoin’s underlying blockchain technology...
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