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What it’s like to live in a town the whole country is yelling about

Before Covington became a code word for all that is wrong in America today – whether you think that means the smugness of white privilege, or the vindictive bias of the liberal media – it was known as a proud Rust Belt city on the rise. This northern Kentucky city on the banks of the Ohio River is a place ...

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It’s Time We Began Pricing Things in Satoshis

What can you buy with a virtual pocketful of satoshis? Why, anything and everything. Whatever goods or services you can purchase with BTC or BCH you can purchase with their smaller units of account – the satoshi, or ‘sat’ for short. With 100 million of them to every bitcoin, satoshis are as divisible as they are versatile. But for satoshis ...

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‘It’s like we don’t exist’: California’s invisible rural housing crisis

Despite its proximity to urban areas, Winters, with 7,300 residents, qualifies as a rural area under federal guidelines, and like small towns across the state and country, it faces an acute shortage of affordable housing. The municipality has designated 235 housing units for low-income residents. Six apartment complexes account for that total, including Winters Senior Apartments, where Kathleen Griffin moved ...

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Spencer Bogart: Bitcoin Price Can Go Lower or Higher, Either Way It’s a Good Asset

As we wrap up 2018, crypto players are starting to publicly come out with their Bitcoin price forecasts for the new year. Some are bearish, using the fact that BTC was nearing $ 20 thousand this time last year. Others, however, continue to be bullish. Spencer Bogart of Bitcoin Capital is one of the latter. Spencer Bogart Remains Bullish of ...

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Bitcoin Price Approached $20K in Dec. 2017 and Now It’s At $3K

In 2017, the Bitcoin price shot up. The crypto boom was in its prime and BTC, in particular, saw a rise, especially in the second half of December. When this happened, there was a rush to buy the cryptocurrency; then there was a crash. One year later, the BTC price is nowhere near where it was in December 2017. However, ...

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Denmark Crypto Taxes: It’s Making Sure You Pay Em!

There’s no getting around Denmark’s tax agency, Skattestyrelsen, so don’t even try. The agency is pursuing Denmark crypto taxes with vigor and is leaving no stone left unturned! Denmark Crypto Taxes Skattestyrelsen has confirmed that approximately 2,700 individuals owe taxes on Bitcoin gains, according to a release it made earlier. These individuals reportedly bought and sold Bitcoin via a Finnish ...

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Swiss Crypto Exchange-Traded Product Launching Nov. 21, but It’s Not an ETF

New.Bitcoin.com has confirmed that the exchange-traded product tracking an index of five leading cryptocurrencies will start trading on Switzerland’s principal stock exchange on Nov. 21. The exchange has also confirmed that this product is not an exchange-traded fund (ETF). The country’s financial regulator, Finma, explains the differences. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space Differences Between ETPs and ...

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It’s Hard to Short Crypto And That’s Propping Up Prices, Study Finds

An Australian researcher says wide disagreements about underlying prices and lack of short options keep cryptocurrency prices alive. CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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