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Bitcoin Recap for 10/03/2017 - Goldman Sachs CEO and world's largest holder of assets comment on bitcoin, India may not allow anonymous Bitcoin, and more!


Kyle Torpey's Daily Bitcoin Recap

October 3 · Issue #96 · 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...
Nothing from me today.
Other Bitcoin news from today...
CEO of Goldman Sachs comments on bitcoin
Larry Fink Says Cryptocurrencies Show Level of Money Laundering - Bloomberg
Why BlackRock's ETF Chief Won't Launch a Bitcoin Fund - Bloomberg
Bitcoins are neither legal nor illegal in India: S P Sharma, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry - The Economic Times
Making MAST Meaningful; Bitcoin Atomic Swaps Become Private
US government misses out on $600 million payday by selling dirty bitcoins too early
Bitcoin Exchange Denies Getting Hacked After Customers Lose $3 Million
Congestion Can Allow Blockchains To Finance Their Infrastructure And Is Vital To Bitcoin, According To New Research From Columbia Business School - TheStreet
Video demonstration of Lightning Network payment links
Blockchain mogul comes to NZ - NZ Herald
Europol Warns Zcash, Monero and Ether Playing Growing Role in Cybercrime - CoinDesk
NYA signer UK company Crypto Facilities pulls support from S2X : Bitcoin
Bitcoin price heading to $6,000 by but brace for volatility, experts say
BitPay’s Payments Volume Grows by 328%, On Pace for $1 Billion Yearly
Government Can Seize Kim Dotcom's Assets, Says Supreme Court - Bitsonline
Payza Lowers Bitcoin Transaction Fees
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