Daily Archives: July 18, 2019

Bitcoin ATM Firm LibertyX Expands Locations via New Partnership

n LibertyX, the firm that launched Americas first Bitcoin ATM, will add 90 new machines by teaming up with DesertATMn CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Bitcoin Recovers Quickly on Technical Bounce: What Comes Next

Bitcoin may have had a superb year up until June, but the month of July, and especially the past week, has proven to be troublesome as the price of the cryptocurrency continued to crash down. The issues with relation to Facebook’s Libra and United States President Donald Trump’s comments about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin caused a massive drop. The token fell ...

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Video shows a woman driving her SUV into a river alongside a carwash in Hackensack, New Jersey. The 64-year-old reported…

Video shows a woman driving her SUV into a river alongside a carwash in Hackensack, New Jersey. The 64-year-old reportedly hit the gas instead of her brakes and plunged into the Hackensack River. Police said she got back to shore on her own, but they brought her to a hospital for precautionary reasons. Fox News (@foxnews) • Instagram photos and ...

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WATCH Former ConsenSys Fintech Lead Says Facebook Will Rule Crypto Payments

Juan Llanos sees Facebook’s rise in the payments space as nearly inevitable. So how can startups compete He has some ideas. CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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what’s your favorite SpongeBob meme?? BuzzFeed (@buzzfeed) • Instagram photos and videos

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House passes bill to hike the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour

The Democratic-held House of Representatives passed the plan with a vote of 231-199. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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