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What The Papers Say

Bloomberg

For finance professionals, Corporate America’s credit cycle and the U.S. economic outlook — not to mention Brexit-induced stresses and debt dynamics in Asia — are all spookier than a deranged-looking Bozo.

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The Guardian

Bitcoin have been in the news for being used to anonymously buy naked pictures of celebrities, but could charities gain extra donations by accepting the cyber currency?

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Business Insider

Like pretty much every other major bank at the moment, Barclays is very interested in the potential of the blockchain, the technology that underpins bitcoin.

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CoinDesk

Barclays has announced it will take its first steps toward supporting the use of bitcoin as an alternative payment method by allowing charities to accept donations in the digital currency.

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CNBC

Bitcoin ATMs could spring up across Greece as soon as October as citizens and businesses become increasingly desperate to move their money despite capital controls.

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Forbes

What’s most interesting about Bitcoin actually has very little to do with money — and everything to do with its underlying technology, known as the blockchain, which could challenge our assumptions about what makes commerce secure and trustworthy.

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CoinTelegraph

Last month, I hit upon the first fifteen ways Bitcoin is changing how money works worldwide. It turns out that was just the beginning, as Bitcoin is a concept of few limits and compromises and many empowering capabilities. This week, we double-down on why your best people should start using cryptocurrency now and in the future.

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The Wall Street Journal

About a half-billion dollars worth of it vanished from an online exchange in Tokyo. A prosecutor in Manhattan arrested the 24-year-old vice chairman of its most prominent trading body on drug-related charges of money laundering.

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Reuters

There is at least one legal way to get your euros out of Greece these days, to guard against the prospect that they might be devalued into drachmas: convert them into bitcoin.

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Financial Times

Bitcoin has been boosted by small European investors during the turmoil over Greece, as dealers of digital currencies position them as a possible haven alternative to traditional ones like gold.

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Forbes

Barclays is working with a startup to explore how it could use the technology underpinning bitcoin in everyday banking. Finextra reports that the bank has signed a deal with Safello, a Swedish company that was on its fintech accelerator programme in London

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Business Insider

Barclays is working with a startup to explore how it could use the technology underpinning bitcoin in everyday banking. Finextra reports that the bank has signed a deal with Safello, a Swedish company that was on its fintech accelerator programme in London

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CoinDesk

Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are part of a technology “megatrend” that could change the fundamental mechanics of transactions, according to a new report from Goldman Sachs’ equity research analysts.

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The Week

WHEN the US feds swooped on the Silk Road online drugs bazaar earlier this month, some thought the move might mark the coup de grace for the Bitcoin

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The Financial Times

Financial advisers who gathered in New York to hear leaders of the asset management industry impart their best investment ideas for the year ahead were given a surprising tip by one prominent hedge fund manager: Bitcoin.

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MIT Technology Review

Econophysicists studying the way people accumulate a new form of digital currency say they have observed the famous rich-get-richer effect for the first time.

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The Wall Street Journal

Bitcoin is a volatile currency with little track record, but investors in India and other emerging markets are increasingly taking their chances with the digital currency as their national currencies come under pressure.

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The New Yorker

By the time the F.B.I. shut down Silk Road-an online black market for illegal drugs, computer-hacking tools, and even contract killings earlier this week, the site had nearly a million registered users. The Web site refused all forms of payment except Bitcoin, a digital currency “designed to be as anonymous as cash,” according to a criminal complaint filed in the Southern District of New York against Ross Ulbricht

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Business Insider

We’re at the Money2020 conference on new and alternative payment systems in Las Vegas, where representatives from all corners of financial services are discussing the current state of money. This morning, Micky Malka of Ribbit Capital laid out a very straightforward case on why you should be bullish on Bitcoin.

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Pandodaily

The Andreessen-Horowitz firm is keeping a close eye on the Bitcoin market. At Pandomonthly, Marc Andreessen confirmed that they’ve been meeting with lawyers to discuss the possibilities. They’re “optimistic” and “enthusiastic” about Bitcoin.

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Forbes

Bitcoins are everywhere. Last week, a federal judge in Texas held that the virtual currency qualifies as a form of money and allowed the SEC to charge a promoter of a scheme to invest in bitcoins with violations of the federal securities laws.

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American Thinker

Just when we thought we had seen the last great innovation of our age, something new appears. Like the internet that came before, an obscure open-source computer protocol is poised to create and destroy whole industries and has already become a source of agita for government types the world over.

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The Telegraph

Around the world, governments everywhere are trying to come to terms with technology. Some are finding the pace of change too fast and the flow of information too free for their autocratic hierarchies, and they risk being swept away.

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CoinDesk

Stanford University is offering a course to young entrepreneurs which requires them to build a bitcoin crowdfunding system. Stanford is one of the most illustrious universities in the US, and so the inclusion of bitcoin is a sign of mainstream acceptance by exposing the business people of tomorrow to the digital currency.

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The Telegraph

The winner of this week’s King Canute prize for attempting to hold back the tide goes to the government of Thailand. Why? They have just decided to ban Bitcoin, the new digital currency.

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Online Casinos

Bitcoin has been talked about a lot lately as it has found its way into everyday financial transactions. The latest news about the virtual currency besides the government of the USA shuttering the possibility that Bitcoin would allow for online gambling in the country is the fact that Bitcoin has taken root in China of all places.

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