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Bitcoin Futures Launch Sparks Excitement, Warnings
Dec. 10, 2017 - Two stock exchanges will open trading in bitcoin futures, prompting great interest and great concerns.
The Cboe Futures Exchange in Chicago opens trading today, and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange will do the same a week later.
Commodities and Futures Trading Commission, gave the green light to the exchanges on December 1, while warning
"of the potentially high level of volatility and risk in trading these contracts."
- Source: NewsMax
What is Bitcoin? - YouTube
Bitcoin futures are about to go live, and they could change the game for cryptocurrencies - Business Insider
Bitcoin - Wikipedia
How Bitcoin Works - How Suff Works
Bitcoin and Bible Prophecy: 5 Reasons the Cryptocurrency Shouldn't Be Considered the Mark of the Beast - NewsMax
Bitcoin Futures Start With a Bang as Gain Trips Circuit Breakers - NewsMax
A new digital currency is about to be created as the bitcoin blockchain is forced to split in two
Aug. 8, 2017 -
Bitcoin faces a pivotal moment as investors are about to receive an entirely new asset called Bitcoin Cash after the
blockchain supporting the cryptocurrency is forced to split in two.
- Source: CNBC
Bio-Implantable Bitcoin Wallets Becoming a Popular Storage Solution - Bitcoin.com
Study: 8 people have same wealth as world's poorest half
Jan. 17, 2017 - The World Economic Forum meets this week in Davos, Switzerland. A new report from Oxfam, titled "An economy for the 99%,"
reveals that the 8 richest people in the world have as much as the poorest half of the world's population combined!
Bill Gates ($75 billion... Microsoft); Amancio Ortega ($67 billion, Zara); Warren Buffett
($60.8 billion, Berkshire Hathaway); Carlos Slim Helu ($50 billion, Telecom); Jeff Bezos ($45.2 billion, Amazon); Mark Zuckerberg
($44.6 billion, Facebook); Larry Ellison ($43.6 billion, Oracle); and Michael Bloomberg ($40 billion)
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