Patrick Thompson

Patrick Thompson is a writer for He is very familiar with Bitcoin and has written about BTC for publications in the past. Thompson is an economics major at Rutgers University which allows him to have a good understanding of how the cryptocurrency markets work. Thompson plans to go to law school after finishing his undergrad. In the past, Thompson worked at The Law Offices of Joseph S. Mitchell III in Philadelphia.

His goal is to educate the audience on all aspects of cryptocurrency while furthering his knowledge and gaining new insights on Bitcoin.
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Sep 09, 2020 at 11:30
What Do Banks See In Blockchain Technology?
Banks have a different perspective and vision when it comes to blockchain. Some banks support this groundbreaking technology, some are still lagging behind and redundant, and others are still against it.
Sep 28, 2017 at 15:10
When Fiat goes Paperless: Japan's J-Coin
Japan’s banking industry will be launching ‘J-Coin’, a new digital currency that is the digital equivalent to the Yen.
Mar 13, 2017 at 09:02
Nasdaq:COIN Denied from Regulated Market Trading
The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have denied the proposal made by the Winklevoss twins, which would have created the first Bitcoin exchange-traded fund.
Nov 22, 2016 at 08:57
Last Chance For Merchants To Take Part In Bitcoin Black Friday
Black Friday is approaching fast. If you’re not the type of person to sprint into Bestbuy at midnight looking for the best deal, brings Bitcoin-exclusive deals to consumers so that they can purchase products and services with BTC.
Nov 14, 2016 at 11:49
FinCEN Regulation vs. LocalBitcoins’ Portable Bitcoin ATM
The Portable Bitcoin ATM presented by LocalBitcoins in October 2016, may cause MSB compliance issues. In a conversation with, Anti-Money Laundering specialist Joe Ciccolo advised potential consumers to heed four warnings before they begin doing business with the portable Bitcoin ATM (BTM).
Nov 07, 2016 at 13:20
Gauntlet: Bringing Bitcoin Investors to Blockchain Projects
This November, Blockchain Education Network (BEN) will begin the hackathon Gauntlet. The exact date is still undefined. Individuals interested in Bitcoin (BTC) and Blockchain, or learning about BTC/Blockchain, can use this opportunity to learn more and have their business model, program, or service reviewed by a Bitcoin professional who can help bring your idea to fruition.
Oct 27, 2016 at 12:40
Fear.Uncertainty.Doubt Strategy To Kill Bitcoin And Blockchain
FUD, also referred to as “fear, uncertainty, and disinformation”, is a marketing strategy used against a competitor's product to prevent that product from becoming widely popular amongst consumers. FUD campaigns intend to sway consumers toward “safe” and reliable products with a well-known history. FUD campaigners do this by exploiting a consumer's fears, uncertainties, and doubts regarding the competitor's product.
Oct 16, 2016 at 10:26
Earn Bitcoins With Big BEN While Learning Blockchain
Have you heard of Dean Masley’s new program Big BEN? It’s an educational internet program that pays students Bitcoin to study Blockchain. World FinTech News Outlet interviewed Dean Masley, Executive Director of Blockchain Education Network (BEN).
Oct 14, 2016 at 19:08
LocalBitcoins Leaked An Image Of Its First Portable BTM
LocalBitcoins is making it possible for you to buy and sell Bitcoin at the touch of a button – literally.
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