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April 9, 2015

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(CoinDesk) A Mississippi electric company has filed suit against GAW Miners for non-payment and breach of contract.

(digital currency council) Overstock.com’s Judd Bagley tells the DCC “there will soon be Bitcoin-only sales and discounts

(CoinDesk) The Silicon Valley division of global telecommunications giant Orange is planning to invest in the bitcoin space.

(New York Times) In announcing his candidacy for president this week, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky waded into new waters when he said he would accept campaign contributions in Bitcoins, a largely untraceable virtual currency, in amounts up to $100.

(Coin Fire) This morning, the PayCoin Foundation issued a bold, “Declaration of Paycoin’s Independence.” The document stated that the organization wished for PayCoin to shed some of the previous baggage and move forward in a statement published on the Paycoin Foundation website.

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