Daily Archives: April 12, 2019

Wikileaks Bitcoin Donations Soar Following Assange Arrest

Wikileaks’ bitcoin address has received a deluge of support following founding editor Julian Assange’s arrest. Donations have reached nearly $ 32,000 on Friday, 60% more than was raised the day before, when Assange was taken into custody. Also read: How Traditional Stock Markets Can Help Mainstream Cryptocurrency BTC Donations Reach $ 32,000 More than 6.3 BTC worth of donations to ...

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Bitcoin Holds Near $5,100 as US Stocks Stand Stil

n Bitcoin fights to stay over $ 5,000 as most of the top 20 cryptocurrencies are reporting slight to moderate gainsn CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Tom Lee’s Bitcoin Misery Index Hits Highest Value Since 2016 in Possible Bull Signal

Fundstrat’s Thomas Lee revealed that his “Bitcoin Misery Index” has recently hit its highest figure since June 2016, in what he suggests could be a good or a bad sign Cointelegraph.com News

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How to Buy Pain Relief Drugs off the Darknet With Bitcoin

Darknet marketplaces (DNMs) provide a wide range of services beyond those commonly portrayed by the media. One of these is the provision of pain relief drugs for the terminally ill. In this guide, we run through the process for obtaining CBD, a cannabis oil compound that provides comfort to people suffering from chronic pain, anxiety, and mood disorders. Also read: ...

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Falls, heat and murder: What's really killing people at the Grand Canyon

About 12 people die each year within Grand Canyon National Park. The causes of death include plane crashes, drownings, falls and murder.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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Chainalysis Urges FATF to Rethink Data Demands on Crypto Exchanges

n Chainalysis says FATF must rethink its recommendations to crypto exchangesn CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Facebook, Twitter and Telegram: A New Crypto Paradigm or a Glorified Voucher Program?

How cryptocurrencies from Telegram to Facebook could drive crypto adoption and change the finance industry Cointelegraph.com News

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Points of Progress: Carnivores are bouncing back, and more

British wildlife populations have seen a resurgence. Extinction seemed inevitable for some of Britain’s carnivorous species in the 1970s because of factors including pollution, habitat destruction, and hunting. Since then, conservation efforts have contributed to population growth among carnivores, but each species’ story has been different. Banning pesticides and outlawing hunting led to the resurgence of otter populations, whereas warmer winters ...

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