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Bitcoin Recap for 09/28/2017- South Korea bans ICOs, Russian regulators may ban Bitcoin payments, and more!


Kyle Torpey's Daily Bitcoin Recap

September 29 · Issue #93 · 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

Kyle Torpey's articles from today...
Decentralized Bitcoin Exchange Bisq is Launching a Token, But It’s Not an ICO Cash Grab - Coinjournal
Other Bitcoin news from today...
South Korea bans all new cryptocurrency sales
TASS: Business & Economy - Deputy Finance Minister says bitcoin payments will not be legalized in Russia
ProShares files for bitcoin ETF, and one to bet against it
ICO Market Is Probably Full of Fraud, U.S.'s Top Financial Cop Warns - Bloomberg
Backers withdraw two proposals to list U.S. bitcoin funds | Reuters
Initial coin offerings | ASIC - Australian Securities and Investments Commission
North Korean hackers’ attempts to steal bitcoin are a huge wake-up call—Commentary
Bitcoin Is the Market's Favorite Buzzword - Bloomberg
NO2X Is the New UASF: Bitcoin's New Anti-Big Block Movement Gains Steam - Bitsonline
Bahrain open to Bitcoins, says EDB Chief Executive Khalid | Business Line
Bitcoin price recovers from plunge after Jamie Dimon called it a fraud - Business Insider
Bitcoin price is unlike tulip bubble, Macquarie analysts say - Business Insider
RBC's CEO pushes back on suggestion bitcoin is a fraud | Reuters
Edward Snowden Tweets About Zcash
Zcash's Wild Ride: Prices Spike to $400, Fall to $300, But What's Next? - CoinDesk
Crypto Hedge Fund Costs? Invest $100k and Here's How Much You'd Pay - CoinDesk
How one hacker stole thousands of dollars worth of cryptocurrency with a classic code injection…
Copy-Pasting Malware Dev Made $63,000 From Mining Monero on IIS Servers
How Decentralized Exchanges Make Bitcoin More Resilient (and Us More Free)
[Segwit2x attack] Here Jeff Garzik is trying to hide 2X nodes : Bitcoin
Filling the Demand: Cryptocurrency Job Postings Set to Triple From 2016 — Bitcoin Magazine
Whole Foods hacked: Customer payment card details stolen from in-store restaurants and taprooms
One satoshi is now one venezuelan bolívar : Bitcoin
One of the Dark Web’s biggest arms dealers arrested in Spain in huge multi-national operation | Olive Press News Spain
Goldmoney - The World's Gold Savings & Payments Network.
SegWit is now live on HitBTC – HitBTC Official Blog / HitBTC
Patrick O'Shaughnessy, quant fund manager, has a new bitcoin podcast - Business Insider
Ethereum: DJ Khaled Endorses Cryptocurrency ICO on Instagram |
Tony Robbins says investing in bitcoin is like 'going to Vegas'
Mangrove's Jackson Sees Bitcoin Uptrend Continuing - Bloomberg
Young investors make thousands from bitcoin but experts warn amateurs could lose everything - The i newspaper online iNews
So Coinomi's official response on the vulnerability I posted yesterday was that it's not a vulnerability and I'm just a "hater" spreading FUD : Bitcoin
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