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  2. By CCN Markets: Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures ticked up 200 points in early trading Wednesday, pointing to an optimistic open on Wall Street ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) minutes release later today. But one former Federal Reserve insider doesn’t share the market’s optimism. Former Minneapolis Fed President Narayana Kocherlakota - […] The post Dow Futures Rockets but Fed Insider Warns of 2008-Style Collapse appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
  3. A severe rainstorm in China's southwest has led to fatal mudslides, causing some local hydropower plants and bitcoin miners to halt operations. View the full article
  4. Grant Thornton, the liquidators of hacked New Zealand Bitcoin exchange Cryptopia, have released an update on the progress made thus far. Cryptopia Used Co-mingled Crypto Wallets According to a statement released on its website on Wednesday (August 21, 2019), Cryptopia didn’t use individual crypto wallets. Instead, the Bitcoin exchange platform pooled customer funds into co-mingled coin wallets. Thus, the liquidators are facing a difficult time determining the amounts held by customers. Furthermore, Grant Thornton says it has to manually reconcile pooled wallet data with customer data information. An excerpt from the report reads: We are working to reconcile the accounts of over 900,000 customers, many holding multiple crypto-assets, millions of transactions and over 400 different crypto-assets). These must be reconciled one-by-one. At the start of the year, Bitcoinist reported that hackers managed to steal an undisclosed amount of cryptocurrency from Cryptopia. Subsequent details of the case revealed that the theft was close to $20 million. Liquidator Gains Access to Bitcoin Exchange Data The statement from Grant Thornton also revealed significant progress in the area of customer data recovery. Its previous update had highlighted some difficulty in obtaining data of belonging to the hacked Bitcoin exchange in the possession of a U.S.-based data center. Back in May, the company had threatened to delete all Cryptopia data if not compensated with $2 million. This data contained details of the platform’s customer holdings and some cryptocurrency deposits. Grant Thornton says it is also taking steps to secure all cryptocurrencies in its possession to prevent another hack. Presently, the liquidators say their main concern is to preserve the integrity of all the available data as it continues the reconciliation process. Back in July, Bitcoinist reported that there was evidence pointing to the Cryptopia hack being an inside job. KYC Compliance Mandatory For affected customers of the hacked Bitcoin exchange, Grant Thornton also announced that they will have to fulfill the know your customer (KYC) requirements as part of any repayment process. Even customers that completely Cryptopia’s KYC step as part of their account opening will have to submit to this new validation process. Grant Thornton says it is also waiting for approval from the Court to commence the return of customer funds once it finishes the reconciliation process. Do you think the Cryptopia liquidators will be able to return the recovered crypto to affected customers? Let us know in the comments below. Images via Shutterstock The post Cryptopia Liquidation: Hacked Bitcoin Exchange Didn’t Use Individual Customer Wallets appeared first on Bitcoinist.com. View the full article
  5. A market wide dump this Wednesday has seen $15 billion exit crypto markets as Bitcoin leads them back down again. The choppy conditions have continued and BTC has remained range bound for now but this could be its fifth foray into four figure prices. Weekly Crypto Gains Wiped Out Since the weekend, BTC has been steadily gaining ground above $10k. A golden cross on the hourly time frame with the 50 and 200 moving averages indicated that this trend was strengthening. However, the opposing cross on the four hour chart prevailed and a downside turn ensued. From an intraday high of around $10,800, Bitcoin slumped to $10,100 in just a couple of hours during Asian trading this morning. The move has knocked almost 7 percent off the price and BTC is in danger of heading back into four figures at the time of writing. A dip to $9,750 last Thursday could well be repeated again this week but there have been a lot of buyers lurking at this level previously. Yet again panic appears to have set in as crypto traders dump en-masse. The fear and greed index has flipped to ‘extreme fear’ again, dropping to 11 out of 100 on the scale. This could suggest that markets are oversold and BTC may begin consolidating around the $10k level before its next move. On the down side the mid-$9,000s has provided solid support and below that there is $9,150 which has been its lowest dip so far since the rally began. A number of traders have eyed the weekly MACD which also looks extremely bearish and could signal further losses. ‘ChonisTrading’ noted; “$BTC – weekly MACD closing in on cross test in the coming weeks… The last time these indicators crossed the BEAR market was confirmed…” Altcoins Crushed Again The $700 slump by Bitcoin has had the usual effect of obliterating the altcoins, many of which are falling harder and faster. Around $15 billion has left the space since this time yesterday as crypto market capitalization falls back to $265 billion. Total market cap 24 hours. Coinmarketcap.com Ethereum could not make any ground above $200 and has been crushed 6 percent back to $188 today. XRP has shed 5 percent in a slide back to $0.266 and Bitcoin Cash has dumped a similar amount falling to $305. Bitcoin SV, Monero and Chainlink are falling even harder. The only altcoin in the green at the moment is Ethereum Classic which has gone against the flow registering an 8 percent gain to reach $6.20. The rest of the market is in pain again as the cycles repeat. Image from Shutterstock The post Crypto Markets Dump $15 Billion as Bitcoin Heads Back Towards Four Figures appeared first on NewsBTC. View the full article
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  8. Bitcoin may fall back to recent lows below $9,500, having strengthened the short-term bearish case with a $700 drop earlier today. View the full article
  9. By CCN Markets: Widely admired and successful mutual fund manager Ron Baron, CEO and chief investment officer of the Baron Funds, expressed his support for Elon Musk and Tesla on CNBC on Tuesday. What is Ron Baron Thinking? This comes as a bit of a surprise, because Ron Baron has a multi – decade history […] The post In Backing Elon Musk, Has This Legendary Fund Manager Lost His Mind? appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
  10. Bitcoin developers Pieter Wuille, Andrew Poelstra, and Sanket Kanjalkar have created a new programming language that can help bitcoin transactions become more versatile. Announced on August 19th to the [bitcoin-dev] mailing list, Miniscript relies on the simple smart contract language already usable in Bitcoin, Script, to extend the conditional possibilities around bitcoin payments through a mixture of hash locks, time locks, and signatures. “It’s a language for writing (a subset of) Bitcoin Scripts in a structured way, enabling analysis, composition, generic signing and more,” Wuille explained. Just announced our Miniscript project website on the bitcoin-dev mailinglist: https://t.co/vOceWbgPe0 — Pieter Wuille (@pwuille) August 19, 2019 Wuille added that Miniscript was “designed for Bitcoin as it exists today,” and no consensus changes were necessary to use it. The developers said they planned to “support future script changes Bitcoin may include” so as to evolve with the blockchain. Wuille later noted on Twitter that the new language could eventually be rolled into the Bitcoin Core repository if the Bitcoin community agreed to it. “I’ll work on incorporating parts of this in Bitcoin Core if that’s desired (I believe it could be very useful), but ideally it gets included in many pieces of wallet technology,” he said. Notably, the developers created a so-called “policy compiler” for Miniscript. Among other things, the tool lets users get an idea for when conditional bitcoin transactions can be spent. Lessons Learned for the Future Pieter Wuille and Andrew Poelstra are rockstar developers in the Bitcoin community (Sanket is an up-and-comer in his own right!). That’s not only because of what they’ve already built but also because the technology they’re still working on that could shape the future of Bitcoin for years to come. Some of that tech includes in-progress developments like Schnorr Signatures and Taproot. The former is an efficient algorithm for cryptographic signatures, and the latter would make bitcoin smart contract transactions private by making them appear like normal transactions. In the wake of revealing Miniscript on Monday, Wuille that the project wasn’t directly related to Taproot but did provide the participating developers with insights on how to improve the Script language itself, which could lead to wider implications later in the Bitcoin ecosystem: “It’s also mostly unrelated to our work on Taproot, as Miniscript works with Bitcoin as it exists today. Of course, working on Miniscript did teach us a bunch of things about script that inform designs for future improvements to Script, and Miniscript can be extended as needed.” Another technology being worked on generally in the Bitcoin community is PSBTs, or partially-signed bitcoin transactions. Wuille also noted that the advancements made possible by the new scripting language could work in a complementary fashion with such transactions. “My hope is that Miniscript, together with things like PSBT can reduce some of the barriers between pieces of software,” he said. In Other Dev News, Square Crypto Hires Matt Corallo One of the most esteemed coders in the entire cryptocurrency space has come aboard Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s bitcoin outfit. Square Crypto — the recently launched open-source bitcoin development arm of popular mainstream payments company Square — announced their hiring of Bitcoin developer Matt Corallo on August 20th. Corallo later confirmed his new employment on Twitter. So excited to be joining the @sqcrypto team over the coming weeks. Experimenting with different models to accelerate Bitcoin OSS is awesome! Gonna miss the @ChaincodeLabs folks, but given they host anyone who works on Bitcoin OSS, I'll probably be there every other day anyway. https://t.co/L00gqV1LLD — Matt Corallo (@TheBlueMatt) August 20, 2019 In being one of the world’s leading Bitcoin experts and builders, Corallo brings a veteran presence to the upstart development team that only hired its first employee, former Google product director Steve Lee, in June. The project comes as part of Jack Dorsey’s person mission to contribute to building out the Bitcoin ecosystem. “Work from anywhere, report directly to me, and we can even pay you in bitcoin,” Square CEO Dorsey had said in announcing Square Crypto back in the spring. The post Miniscript: Developers Forge New Bitcoin Smart Contract Language appeared first on Blockonomi. View the full article
  11. Nhằm đem đến cho khách hàng những lợi ích tốt nhất, Viện Nghiên Cứu của Gate.io đã đem đến cho quý khách nghiên cứu mới về cơ cấu biểu phí của Gate.io! Chính sách hoa hồng sẽ thay đổi như thế nào trong tương lai? Hãy cùng xem tại link sau: https://www.gate.io/article/16973
  12. Michael Pompeo has said he believes that cryptocurrencies should be regulated in the same way as electronic financial transactions. View the full article
  13. Crypto pioneer David Chaum reveals another altcoin View the full article
  14. HyperCash, launched during the first phase of the BW.com To-the-moon program, opened at 16:00 on August 16 and opened more or less at a price 10 times higher than the entire network. According to the official announcement of BW.com, "In the period of ups and downs, if the daily HC increase or decrease reaches 20%, the system will automatically stop, the next opening time is at 15:00 on next day; the maximum order quantity is the 0.001HC for the first day. The maximum order volume per day is increased by 0.001HC until the end of the ups and downs in the market." The BW.com To-the-moon program launched on July 31 as the first phase of the HyperCash Token HC half-price subscription. After the launch, the token price then madly snapped up with buyers showing up by tens of thousands. It was originally planned to open at 15:00 on August 17. However, due to the excessive number of participants, the HC/USDT transaction was closed and the opening hours were adjusted to 16:30 on August 17. According to official data, the trading of HC went very good after it launched on August 17. The subscription price of HC was 1.48USDT, while the opening price was 1.2USDT. After the first three days of the bottoming stage, the highest price before the down limit activity reached 21.52. USDT, the highest increase of more than 1454%. The BW.com To-the-Moon has enabled all early-stage investors to achieve significant benefits. Now the BW community members are enthusiastic and the addition of more and more quality projects has added new projects to the BW.com To-the-moon program. The development of a blockchain project is like running a marathon. You can't sprint quickly at the beginning, use all your strength. Rather you must keep your strength for the entire distance. With this analogy continuing, HC is undoubtedly an excellent long-distance runner, and BW.com is an experienced coach. This time, BW.com has selected another winning project and HC's ups and downs have been added to the “To-the-moon” program! BW.com has always placed the interests of users first. The early users who participated in the To-the-moon program have already made great gains. The market ups and downs allow users to have enough time to make a profit through the "buy low and sell high" strategy! In order to ensure the smoothness and fairness of the transaction, BW now restricts only KYC real name authenticated users to participate in HC market trends. HC Market Launch announcement: https://bwexchange.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360032024692-About-open-HC-HyperCash-deposit-withdraw-and-The-price-limiting-mechanism https://bwexchange.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360032246372-About-restriction-of-HC-HyperCash-price-limiting-mechanism-
  15. New Jersey state is the new sports bets haven One year ago New Jersey officially became a new sports betting haven for gamblers from all around the United States. Recently this state made it to the first place in bets amount, surpassing even Las Vegas. New Jersey state is the new sports bets haven - EthexBet - Medium New Jersey has become the most favorite place for all gamblers in the United States. Local bookmakers accept bets via mobile applications.
  16. With the looming threat of a blanket cryptocurrency ban in India, both the central bank and crypto stakeholders in the country continued their arguments before the Supreme Court. Counsel representing the crypto side of the tussle argued on Tuesday (August 20, 2019) that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had no grounds to ban cryptocurrencies. The RBI for its part fell back to the well-worn argument of cryptos being used for criminal activities. Regulate Cryptocurrency, Not Ban In a Twitter thread of the court proceedings, Crypto Kanoon, an Indian source for crypto and blockchain news provided a detailed account of Tuesday’s hearing. Counsel for the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI), Ashim Sood, in his opening argument, stated that the RBI’s actions were unfounded, unreasonable, arbitrary, and unlawful. According to Sood, the central bank acted without proper investigation or adequate knowledge of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. RBI circular is void on the ground of vagueness. It gives no definition of Crypto and seeks to crack down on all indiscriminately. A judgement is being read which holds that vagueness of rule is detrimental to its validity. — Crypto Kanoon (@cryptokanoon) August 20, 2019 While acknowledging that digital currencies can be used for criminal activities such as money laundering, Sood noted that various governments and regulatory agencies across the globe have regulatory frameworks in place to combat such vices and protect investors. The IAMAI counsel further listed jurisdictions in the U.S., the UK, and even the G20 countries provided regulatory guidelines for bitcoin and other virtual currencies, and said the RBI was supposed to tow the regulatory line instead of banning the nascent industry. Also, Sood argued that the ban by the apex bank had little or no effect, as users still found ways such as peer-to-peer (P2P) trading to send and receive funds. While the apex bank is concerned about risks associated with cryptocurrency, money laundering, and volatility, Sood stated that India’s consumer protection and AML laws can be applied to bitcoin and other virtual currencies. My Money, My Investment Choices Following Sood’s arguments, Nakul Dewan, a Senior Advocate representing cryptocurrency exchanges, also presented his arguments before the Supreme Court. Dewan listed six areas that worry the Indian apex bank, with counter arguments. Some of the “worrisome areas” include volatility, which Dewan said that it is also applicable to stocks. Another concern is hacking, which according to Dewan, digital banking suffers the same. Dewan added that if the RBI thinks crypto lacks any “inherent value”, then even fiat is floating on thin air. Also, the issue of virtual currency platforms lacking authorization is unfounded, as there is no law that gives the RBI power to authorize exchanges. Interestingly, Dewan said that investors had the right to invest funds in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies even with the risks involved. The Senior Advocate stated that the money deposited in the bank belongs to investors and not the RBI or any bank. The money deposited in the bank is not RBI's money or bank's own money. in fact it is my money. — Crypto Kanoon (@cryptokanoon) August 20, 2019 The exchanges’ representative further said that since cryptocurrency was not money, it therefore would fall outside the monetary policy regulations. Also, the RBI should monitor the continuous development of the dynamic sector and create an appropriate regulatory framework “Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies are Ponzi Schemes” ⁠— RBI The RBI, however, seemed ready to present its case, with Shyam Diwan representing the bank. According to Diwan, as opposed to Dewan’s argument, cryptocurrency has some monetary characteristics and the value of the digital currency is dependent on the people’s unanimity. Diwan went on to state that the greatest fear of the central bank is the use of virtual currencies as a means of payment. Apart from expressing its fears, the RBI counsel stated that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are nothing but Ponzi schemes, whose mining activities also pose environmental risks. Diwan also mentioned that the industry had been plagued with hacks globally, which is one of the reasons the bank and the Indian government are wary of cryptocurrency and its associated risks. Indian Government Needs to Wake Up The cryptocurrency landscape in India has been all but stable in the last one year. Following the RBI’s ban, Indian virtual currency exchanges, like Zebpay, and Coinome, shuttered their services in the country to move to other jurisdictions with friendlier crypto regulatory frameworks. Back in July 2019, CoinRecoil co-founder, Kunal Barchha, wrote an open letter to India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, concerning the RBI ban and the government’s lukewarm attitude towards producing a robust crypto regulation. According to Barchha, the RBI took action without carrying out a thorough research or consulting with stakeholders in the industry. The central bank continually sees cryptocurrency as an archenemy, as reports revealed that the RBI was the brain behind the call for bitcoin and crypto ban in the country, following a report by the inter-ministerial committee (IMF), recommending a blanket ban on virtual currencies. However, experts believe that a bitcoin ban is bad for India. Blockonomi recently reported that Nasscom, a major Indian trade organization, said a blanket ban on bitcoin would have negative implications, and instead called for regulation of the sector. The post RBI & Cryptocurrency Stakeholders Face-Off in Indian Supreme Court appeared first on Blockonomi. View the full article
  17. Facebook is reportedly already under investigation by the EU over antitrust issues related to its Libra cryptocurrency project. View the full article
  18. As many as 97% of all cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea could go out of business following declining trading activities. Reports indicate that blockchain and crypto projects prefer to list their tokens on platforms outside the country blaming the increasingly restrictive nature of the virtual currency trading scene in South Korea. Meanwhile, exchanges are enjoying a new lease of life in many places across Southeast Asia as regulators continue to create an enabling environment for crypto commerce. 97% of South Korean Cryptocurrency Exchanges About to Go Bust According to Business Korea, there seems to be no end in sight to the travails currently facing cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea. Such is the sorry state of affairs for these platforms that reports say up to 97% of them are facing imminent bankruptcy. The problem for many platforms is the continued decline in cryptocurrency trading volume in South Korea. Only a handful of platforms in the country can be found in the top-100 cryptocurrency exchanges by 24-hour volume. To further pile on the misery, blockchain businesses are electing not to list their projects on local exchanges. This trend is despite the fact that the country has a vibrant digital economy with a plethora of startups developing projects using distributed ledger technology (DLT). Regulatory Environment Not Helping Issues The increasingly stricter nature of virtual currency regulations has also aided in the creation of an unfavorable environment for crypto commerce in South Korea. Investors are reportedly unable to make fiat withdrawals in Korean Won. Back in July, banks in the country began to put cryptocurrency exchanges under heavier anti-money laundering (AML) scrutiny. These banks say exchanges that fail to comply with the new AML paradigm will have their baking services revoked. While the ‘big four’ of Coinone, Korbit, Upbit, and Bithumb may be able to scale these stringent AML hurdles, the lesser-known ones may face a hard time of it. Already, about 200 of these smaller platforms are unable to open real-name virtual accounts with commercial banks in the country. For the banks, the increase in scrutiny is part of efforts to implement the recent guidelines released by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) regarding the governance of cryptocurrencies. As previously reported by Blockonomi, Bithumb and a few other platforms have updated their terms and conditions to indicate their readiness to accept full responsibility for all losses irrespective of the cause. Might Not Recover from Tough 2018 The low trading volume and investor apathy are exacerbating an already dire situation for exchanges in South Korea coming off a dismal 2018. The year-long bear market decimated revenues for even the major platforms. Only one out of the big four cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea recorded any profits in 2018. Bithumb’s losses even eclipsed the figures reported by the other two platforms. Already, some exchanges in the country have been forced to shut down their operations. The others still in operation also have to worry about incessant hacks from cybercriminals in neighboring North Korea. Southeast Asia is the New Crypto Utopia South Korea’s loss seems to be turning out to be favorable for Singapore, Thailand, and other countries in Southeast Asia. Bithumb recently unveiled Bithumb Singapore indicating a move to the country that is increasingly becoming more crypto-friendly. Philippines central bank also continues to grant operating licenses to cryptocurrency exchanges. This trend may see a migration of business from South Korea to the Philippines. Rather than enacting strict regulations, authorities in Thailand have made efforts to create a well-defined regulatory paradigm for cryptocurrency exchanges, initial coin offerings (ICOs), and other aspects of the virtual currency scene. The post Cryptocurrency Exchanges in South Korea at Risk of Bankruptcy Amid Declining Trading Volume appeared first on Blockonomi. View the full article
  19. Bitcoin’s range bound pumps and dumps have become commonplace over the past six weeks. Another slide a few hours ago should not be cause for alarm then as BTC failed to register further gains. It is now in danger of heading back into four figures for the fifth time. Four Figure Bitcoin in Play … Again Another day, another dump. It is a pattern we have seen countless times this year as bitcoin bounces between levels of support and resistance. Yesterday’s high of $10,840 could not be maintained and there was no move towards the next resistance level above $11k. Consequently BTC slid back again in a rather sharp decline to bottom out at $10,130 according to Tradingview.com. BTC price 1 hour chart – Tradingview.com The king of crypto paused there momentarily but is looking unsteady and could well fall back below $10k today. The ‘golden cross’ on the hourly chart following four days of gains is likely to unravel as the ‘death cross’ on the four hour chart starts to form. These both happen when a faster moving average crosses a slower one. At the time of writing further losses were looking imminent as bitcoin traded at 00. According to trader ‘CryptoHamster’ the weekly trend line has been broken and panic is starting to set in which could see bitcoin back at support in the mid-$9k region again soon. Yep, that support line was too obvious to hold. Broken downwards and touched 23.6% Fibo level. Oversold, but there is no pull-back, and panic is all over the place with calls of 9.5k, 8k etc. Fear and greed index is 11 again. Yep, that support line was too obvious to hold. Broken downwards and touched 23.6% Fibo level. Oversold, but there is no pull-back, and panic is all over the place with calls of 9.5k, 8k etc. Fear and greed index is 11 again. Tempting to buy with a short SL$BTC $BTCUSD #bitcoin pic.twitter.com/DyhNXAxnXC — CryptoHamster (@CryptoHamsterIO) August 21, 2019 Back in The Bear Market? The longer term outlook does not look pretty according to trader ‘BigChonis’ who noted that the weekly MACD indicators were moving towards a bear market signal once again. $BTC – weekly MACD closing in on cross test in the coming weeks… The last time these indicators crossed the BEAR market was confirmed… Histogram continues to stair step down to the negative… $BTC – weekly MACD closing in on cross test in the coming weeks… The last time these indicators crossed the BEAR market was confirmed… Histogram continue to stair step down to the negative…reject the cross and the BULL market has running room pic.twitter.com/PtRloLDzOD — Chonis Trading- (@BigChonis) August 21, 2019 This indicator is starting to get noticed by other traders also as the bulls appear to be running out of steam. I wonder what happens when the weekly MACD turns RED in a few weeks, after 7 months. #bitcoin $btcusd pic.twitter.com/vIYHMWzVqD — Anondran (@anondran) August 21, 2019 Bitcoin’s 6.5% slide today keeps it within range bound parameters but it will be the fifth time it has fallen back into four figures since the rally began four months ago. Major support lies at the $9,200 level so any declines below that are likely to result in a new lower low, however as we have seen in all previous instances, there are plenty of buyers lurking down there. Will BTC fall back to $8k this time around? Add your thoughts below. Images via Shutterstock, Twitter @CryptoHamsterIO, @anondran, @BigChonis, BTC/USD charts by Tradingview The post Another Slump For Bitcoin As Bear Market Indicators Loom appeared first on Bitcoinist.com. View the full article
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  21. Mastercard hires blockchain experts. How this will affect the future of Bitcoin? Mastercard has opened a few vacancies in an attempt to gain a significant share in the blockchain industry. The company hires people for senior positions like the vice president for product management or engineering lead. Mastercard hires blockchain experts. How this will affect the future of Bitcoin? One of the biggest payment systems aims to disrupt the blockchain industry and offers new jobs for blockchain enthusiasts
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  23. By CCN Markets: Overnight, the bitcoin price has dropped from $10,959 to $10,068 against the U.S. dollar, recording an 8.13 percent slip within a 24-hour span. The short term downside price movement of bitcoin is speculated to be largely technical caused by the struggle of the dominant cryptocurrency to surpass a strong resistance level at […] The post Here's Why Bitcoin Price Plummeted 8% Overnight appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
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  25. By CCN Markets: In a sweeping article that bashes Bitcoin and it's kindred, Izabella Kaminska of the Financial Times compares cryptocurrency salary earners to modern-day slaves. Pointing to the BBC show ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’, Kaminska highlights a very relevant but misguided example of celebrity Kate Winslet who travels to Sweden to explore […] The post FT Compares Bitcoin Salaries to De Facto Slave Labor appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
  26. Blockstream updated c-lightning, its Lightning Network implementation, to version 0.7.2 View the full article
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