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Kyle Torpey's Daily Bitcoin Recap

February 13 · Issue #169 · View online

Kyle Torpey has been a full-time Bitcoin writer and researcher since early 2014. Currently, he contributes regularly to Forbes and CoinJournal. His work has also appeared in Business Insider, VICE Motherboard, Nasdaq, and many other media outlets. Additionally, Kyle goes over the day's top Bitcoin stories in a daily YouTube show and podcast, which can be found at

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Must read Bitcoin stories from today...
Coinbase Product Update — February 13, 2018 – The Coinbase Blog
[bitcoin-dev] Possible change to the MIT license
ShapeShift Refers to Bitcoin as "Bitcoin Core"
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No Demand for Crypto Payments, JPMorgan's WePay Says - Bloomberg
Why it's too early for a bitcoin exchange-traded fund, according to Nasdaq CEO
Few Americans reporting cryptocurrency trading to IRS for now: report | Reuters
Europol Worries About Billions in Bitcoin Money Laundering, but What About 'Regulated' Banks? - Bitsonline
Bitcoin Industry Grapples With Age-Old Problem of Inheritance - Bloomberg
Andreas Antonopoulos on Segwit Adoption among Businesses ie. Coinbase : Bitcoin
More bitcoin price and Wall Street stories from today...
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More bitcoin adoption and awareness stories...
CryptoPerreo: A story of Bitcoin in Mexico - Crypto Insider - Bitcoin News
The Bitcoin Evangelists Selling ‘Millennial Gold’
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More bitcoin industry stories from today...
Bitcoin Mania Triggers Miner Influx to Rural Washington - WSJ
NY Man Has Trouble Getting Cryptocurrency Refund - NBC New York
Coincheck Users Pull $373 Million In First Chance Since Heist - Bloomberg
Cryptocurrency traders to launch lawsuit against Coincheck on Thursday - lawyer | Reuters
“It's Impossible to Refund the Stolen Amount”: Intervi... | News | Cointelegraph
Forbes Fintech 50 2018: The Future Of Blockchain And Cryptocurrency
More bitcoin technical stories from today...
11 blocks discovered in just 22 minutes. What's up with that? : Bitcoin
Antoine Le Calvez on Twitter: "The UTXO set size has been decreasing for 25 straight days thanks to low fees. That's 300MB less to store for each full node. Source:…"
More bitcoin dark web, hacking, and scam stories...
Kaspersky Says Telegram Flaw Used for Cryptocurrency Mining - Bloomberg
JavaScript Cryptomining Scripts Discovered in 19 Google Play Apps
Raleigh man pleads guilty to making, selling anxiety drugs on 'dark web' ::
Drive-by cryptomining campaign targets millions of Android users - Malwarebytes Labs | Malwarebytes Labs
A pretty cool academic paper on the prevalence and social function/utility of freebies on darknet markets.
More altcoin and ICO stories from today...
Company behind Xaurum (gold tether) claims to have 129kg gold reserves, which is worth around $5.5 million. Xaurum market cap is $16.5 million. : Buttcoin
Live Free or DAICO – Preston Byrne
Petition Calls for SEC to Allow for ICO Remediation - CoinDesk
Chinese Boy Band Ensnared By Fan ICO Controversy - CoinDesk
More bitcoin regulation stories from today...
Adoption of New York Model?: S. Korea Considers Introduction of an Approval System to Open Cryptocurrency Exchange | BusinessKorea
Aadhaar for Bitcoin: Bitcoin exchanges plan to maintain user database
Maybe the Government Won’t Screw Up Bitcoin After All -
CFTC Tech Advisors to Talk Crypto, Blockchain This Week - CoinDesk
ECB's Draghi says not his job to regulate Bitcoin | Reuters
'Crypto-cleansing:' strategies to fight digital currency money laundering and sanctions evasion | Reuters
BOJ Kuroda says cryptocurrency won't threaten yen, largely speculative | Reuters
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