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Bitcoin’s Popularity Beats Trump, Tesla, & Kim Kardashian on Google

Bitcoin might be uncorrelated to the stock market, but searches for the top cryptocurrency are highly correlated with that of Kim Kardashian. ConsenSys points out the similarities in a recent blog postRead More…

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Bitcoin Searches Rocket to 13-Month High Amid ’60 Minutes’ Hype

Google searches for bitcoin have climbed to a 13-month high, in tandem with its price spikes following the brutal 2018 crypto bear market. Google Trends tracks search interest for certain terms. Interestingly,Read More…

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Bitcoin Basher Nouriel Roubini Cowers from Novogratz’s Crypto Wager

Bitcoin perma-bull Mike Novogratz clashed with avowed crypto-hater Nouriel Roubini at the 2019 SALT tech conference in Las Vegas on May 8. During a panel discussion about digital currencies, Roubini once againRead More…

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Warren Buffett: ‘Gambling Device Bitcoin Hasn’t Produced Anything’

Turns out 88-year-old Warren Buffett isn’t warming up to crypto after all. Speaking at what’s been dubbed the “Woodstock of Capitalism”, the billionaire investor told shareholders in Berkshire Hathaway how he reallyRead More…

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‘Bitcoin and Friends’ Featuring Petey Pablo Adds Levity to Crypto

Bitcoin now has its very own version of “Adult Swim.” A cartoon called Bitcoin and Friends will soon be launching its second episode pending fundraising through a combination of donations and sponsorships.Read More…

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‘Drop Gold’ Now: Crypto Investment Firm Advertises Bitcoin as Superior

Grayscale Investments is starting a movement urging all investors to drop gold and replace it with the better store-of-value, bitcoin. In a Monday morning Medium post, the digital asset management group announcedRead More…

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Fed-Up Bitcoin Community Favors Censorship on Twitter

In a recent Twitter poll by previous Bitcoin developer Jimmy Song, blockchain advocates overwhelmingly voted (54%) in favor of suspending the @Bitcoin handle for fraud. Only 30% of voters think that theRead More…

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