Bitcoin Wedding: Marriage on the Blockchain

Bitcoin Wedding: Marriage on the Blockchain

Just last month CCN reported on the first ever Bitcoin wedding ring, which exists in the form of a wearable QR code, and now, one couple plans to become the first to use the Bitcoin block chain itself to register their marriage, where it will remain publicly visible for the life of the internet. In what is being dubbed a "Block chain Marriage," the wedding is taking place on Oct. 5 at the Disney World Coins in the Kingdom Bitcoin Conference, and is being performed during the Bitnation panel. Bitnation is a virtual nation of sorts, offering governance services via the Bitcoin block chain.....


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