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Ken’s Cryptocurrency News 1-liners 009

Cryptocurrency News items worthy of attention:

cryptocurrency news 1 liners

* Pantera Capital (ranked 15 out of 1000’s of venture capital firms by Crunchbase) says Bitcoin has bottomed out. (bloomberg.com)

* Billionaire Tech investor Tim Draper correctly predicted $10,000 Bitcoin in 2017—now says Bitcoin $250,000 by 2022. (cnbc.com)

* South Koreans ask government for Cryptocurrency & Blockchain Regulation-Free City (altcointoday.com)

* Roadway Moving Company accept Bitcoin as a valid form of payment by customers. (prnewswire.com)

* Australian exchanges have until May, 14th 2018 deadline to register with the government. (financemagnates.com)

* Cryptojacking: malware that secretly mines cryptocurrency after visiting a website becoming more of a threat. (bitcoinmagazine.com)

* Russian court ruled that the Telegram App must be blocked for Russia’s 10 million users after Telegram refused to share user data with Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB). (zdnet.com)

* Telegram CEO Pavel Durov responded to the national Russian Telegram ban “Privacy is not for sale, and human rights should not be compromised out of fear or greed”. (zdnet.com)

* 12% of Russian crypt users polled say that crypto currency constitutes a significant percentage of their income. (news.bitcoin.com)

* Russians caught mining cryptocurrency illegally—this time in an abandoned rubber plant. (cryptoglobe.com)

* Russia’s largest bitcoin mining farms find home in Sibera (cheap electricity and cool weather). (bitcoinist.com)

To learn more about these topics just cut and paste into your favorite search engine. FYI: I use the Brave browser (brave.com) and search engine DuckDuckGo.com for best speed and privacy.

 

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