Money 2020 Hackathon finalists and exclusive interview with $5k prize winners.

Money 2020 Hackathon finalists and exclusive interview with $5k prize winners.

Money 2020 Hackathon finalists and exclusive interview with $5k prize winners. Las Vegas, Nevada – The Money 2020 Hackathon had about 40% of developers submit projects built on Bitcoin APIs like Blockchain’s and Chain’s, and Bitcoin projects take home a total of $25,000 in cash prizes. Bitcoin Bookee, a sports betting platform, won $5,000 in prize money. “Bitcoin Bookee is a decentralized marketplace for online sports betters that enables two individuals to wager their bets using bitcoin, using a safe and secure environment that alleviates the need to have a third party handling so there....

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I do not understand where the backing of Bitcoin is coming from. There is no fundamental issue of capabilities of repaying it in anything which is universally acceptable, which is either intrinsic value of the currency or the credit or trust of the individual who is issuing the money, whether it's a government or an individual.

Alan Greenspan, Chairman of the Federal Reserve of the United States from 1987 to 2006