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Elsewhere on Thursday,– Bitcoin conference won’t be accepting bitcoin due to its dysfunctionality as a payments mechanism.– Technology is vulnerable to power cuts. – How the Lady Chatterly trial changed Britain forever. – Remembering all the pseudoscience and quackery Oprah has promoted, before endorsing her for president.– Much of the rise in inequality may be an illusion.– “I made £1k on cryptocurrency in two weeks and I don’t even know what a bitcoin is.”– But there’s a South Korea ban coming on bitcoin trading. – The strange brands in your Instagram feed.– Why diversity in national insolvency regimes is a source of uncertainty about the outcome of liquidation procedures.– How the ECB spawned financial dependency.

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– Bitcoin conference

Izabella Kaminska
Izabella Kaminska joined FT Alphaville in October 2008, which was, perhaps, the best time in the world to become a financial blogger. Before that she worked as a producer at CNBC, a natural gas reporter at Platts and an associate editor of BP’s internal magazine. She has also worked as a reporter on English language business papers in Poland and Azerbaijan and was a Reuters graduate trainee in 2004.

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