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Aleph-Bits is a new, semiregular Tablet feature exploring the ethical questions of digital life. Its debut examines the human costs of the rise of cryptocurrencies.
With ten percent of its earnings going to tzedakah, the new Russian start-up advertises itself as the first kosher currency of the digital age
Yeshiva of Flatbush grad Charles Shrem, 24, faces up to five years in prison