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How to send "broadcast messages" with Bitmessage and how to make a pseudo-mailing-list

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How to send files (like e-mail attachments) with Bitmessage

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On my previous post I wrote how to send images with Bitmessage. In a similar way you can also send any type of file but you may need some extra cut/paste and writing commands.

Usage statistics of Bitmessage

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If you run your Bitmessage client with nohup (like I am suggesting in this article) you can view the statistics about nodes that are currently online:

The man vs the state

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You can’t tax business. Business doesn’t pay taxes. It collects taxes.
Ronald Reagan

How to send images with Bitmessage

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The Bitmessage client is still in very early version. It don't support folders, filters, tags, attached files (in easy way). There is no even simple search. But you can send images and other files using Data URI scheme.

Bitspend.net: Banks have closed all of our accounts because we deal with Bitcoins

"The financial system is used as a tool of censorship." - Amir Taaki

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Crypto-messaging peer-to-peer protocol Bitmessage is gaining popularity

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Bruce Schneier: Before Prosecuting, Investigate the Government

How to Insert Facebook Like Button in Every Blogger Post

Companies Complying with NSA’s PRISM May Face E.U. Lawsuits

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Sales Of George Orwell's 1984 Have Surged 7000%

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OPERATION TROLL THE NSA - Let's jam up the NSA's scanners

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TorBroker - Security vulnerability found

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Anyone who run a tor exit node can change this JavaScript and make some bad things:

Bitcoin price jumped from $95 to $110 in seconds

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The Question Libertarians Just Can’t Answer

The War on Drugs and Mass Incarceration in the United States

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My Twitter account was suspended

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NSA - the only part of the government that actually listens

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