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Kyle Torpey's Daily Bitcoin Recap

December 19 · Issue #137 · 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 http://kyletorpey.com.

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Must read Bitcoin stories from today...
Central banks will hold bitcoin and ether in 2018: Blockchain CEO
2018: The Year Central Banks Begin Buying Cryptocurrency - CoinDesk
It’s Official: North Korea Is Behind WannaCry - WSJ
North Korea 'hacked crypto-currency exchange in South' - BBC News
ZeroLink: Massive Scale CoinJoin Is About To Be Deployed - Participate In The Final Test And Earn…
UK firms 'stockpile' Bitcoin to pay off ransomware hackers | ZDNet
Bitcoin illiquidity will be a huge problem when the bubble bursts - Business Insider
Bitcoin trader: Futures trading in bitcoin has been light so far
Short Seller Says Naive Bitcoin Traders Open a Pathway to Profit - Bloomberg
Blockchain Capital Sees Bitcoin on Nasdaq in 2018 – Bloomberg
Moscovici Sees No Need for EU to React on Bitcoin – Bloomberg
Germany Joins French-led Moves to Regulate Bitcoin at G-20 Level - Bloomberg
CME Launches Bitcoin Futures – Bloomberg
Bitstamp adding 100,000 users per day. : Bitcoin
Bitcoin price and Wall Street stories from today...
Yale’s Robert Shiller on valuing bitcoin: Can it be done?
Danish central bank head issues stark warning on 'deadly' bitcoin | Reuters
Bitcoin not yet proven as credible currency: Japan finance minister | Reuters
Bill Miller's hedge fund has half its money in bitcoin
Bitcoin price: Ronnie Moas sees cryptocurrency at $300,000-$400,000
Peterffy: Bitcoin futures' launch on two reputable exchanges will make bitcoin 'even more popular'
Hongkongers are going big on bitcoin, but some don’t understand what they are getting into | South China Morning Post
ING: Bitcoin will be a 'niche asset' - Business Insider
CEO of surging cryptocurrency stock: 'This market cap is not justified'
Watch out for correction in bitcoin after a parabolic rise-commentary
Bitcoin adoption and dark web economy stories...
Bitcoin lottery launches in Ireland
NFL Running Back Alleges His FA Stole Bitcoin Future Funds | Wealth Management
Bitcoin technical stories from today...
Ivy for Bitcoin: a smart contract language that compiles to Bitcoin Script
Bitcoin company stories from today...
SegWit – The GDAX Blog
Altcoin and ICO stories from today...
Zcash: Meet Zooko Wilcox, the Man Building a Better Bitcoin | Fortune
New Class-Action Suit Filed Against Tezos Founders - CoinDesk
Chasing the Next Bitcoin, Investors Shell Out $700 Million for Coins With ‘No Purpose’ - WSJ
Inside the world of a Kenyan cryptocurrency miner - CNN
Bitcoin regulation stories from today...
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