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What is Silk Road

Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition
Website that was infamous for anonymous criminal activity using bitcoin.
Published in Chapter:
An Update on Bitcoin as a Digital Currency
Cecilia G. Manrique (University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, USA) and Gabriel G. Manrique (Winona State University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2255-3.ch250
The chapter entitled “The Evolution of Virtual Currencies: Analyzing the Case of Bitcoin” by Manrique and Manrique was recently published in the book Information and Communication Technologies in Public Administration. It was written at the height of the bitcoin controversy when its value skyrocketed and waned. More than a year has passed since research on that was undertaken and it seems that the issues with regards to bitcoin as a virtual acceptable currency has calmed down. It is the purpose of this paper to bring an update on the status of bitcoin as a currency and to determine its stability and ability to become a real currency.
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Middle East: Who Will Dominate in the Region – A Case of China
The Silk Road wait is an ancient trade route that links the Middle East and Asia with the Western world. The name “New Silk Road” is used to describe a certain large scale.
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Ancient trade routes connecting China to the Mediterranean, enabling the exchange of goods, ideas, and microbes.
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A vast trade network of paths connecting civilisations in North Africa and Eurasia through both land and sea routes.
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Reconstructing Silk Road Tourism Through Digitalisation
The Silk Road is a network of historical trade routes extending through China, Anatolia and the Mediterranean and ending in Europe.
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