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2 Reasons Why It’s So Hard to Value Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, and Other Cryptocurrencies – Motley Fool

FX Empire 2 Reasons Why It's So Hard to Value Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, and Other CryptocurrenciesMotley FoolThis means that investors don't have the opportunity to exploit the downside potential in bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, or other digital currencies by betting against them. With stock-based equities, retail and institutional investors have the …Bitcoin Alternatives: How […]

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Finance chiefs say bitcoin is ‘real’ but many think it’s in a bubble right now – CNBC

CNBC Finance chiefs say bitcoin is 'real' but many think it's in a bubble right nowCNBCBitcoin is a "real" asset but it's currently in a bubble, according to a CNBC survey of global finance bosses, with many calling it a "fraud." Ninety-seven chief financial officers (CFOs) on CNBC's Global CFO Council were asked their view […]

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Bitcoin Is No Longer Digital Gold, It’s A Distributed SWIFT

The notion of Bitcoin as digital gold is as old as the decentralized crypto-currency itself. Even in original writings, Bitcoin creator(s) Satoshi Nakamoto wrote about how he intended to design a digital gold. For instance, the mining of Bitcoin – which entails computer processes – was intended to mimic the mining of gold. That there […]

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A closer look at the Mike Tyson bitcoin wallet – It’s a contender (reddit.com)

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It\’s all \’bout digitalisation, \’bout digitalisation, no paper – community blog from Henry Woodcock

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AT&T Confirms it’s Not Blocking Access to Bitcoin Ports

AT&T has confirmed it is not intentionally blocking customers from using their bitcoin ports, contrary to some allegations in recent days. DSLReports.com, a website that reviews ISPs and conducts Internet speed connection tests, reported yesterday that AT&T confirmed that the company does not block the bitcoin port 8333 or attempt to block bitcoin nodes for […]

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