Daily Archives: January 1, 2019

India Media Reports Central Bank Has Postponed Crypto-Rupee Plans

n The Indian central bank appears uncertain about aspects of digital currency, reportedly U-turning on plans to introduce a crypto-rupeen CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Fred Wilson: Crypto No Safe Haven in 2019, Investors More Wary of Startup Sector

Wilson suggests that a range of events in the global economy will make investors more cautions of the startup sector Cointelegraph.com News

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The Daily: Best Selling Authors Introduce Bitcoin to Followers

In the first edition of The Daily for 2019, we feature two best selling authors from outside the cryptocurrency community that recently used their social media reach to introduce the idea of Bitcoin to their numerous followers. Tony Robbins simply wants his readers to know “what the heck is bitcoin,” and Jordan Peterson explores crypto donations to avoid possible censorship ...

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How much should a former church's past affect its future use?

Religion plays no role in the professional life of Drew Sinclair, a principal of the contemporary architectural firm SvN in downtown Toronto. It is the Parable of the Talents, which was shared with him by an Anglican bishop whose congregation was wrestling with its own redevelopment. When the master returns, each servant is assessed according to his stewardship. Yahoo News ...

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Bitcoin Falls Under $3,800 as Top Cryptocurrencies Remain Mostly in Red

n Bitcoin under $ 3,800 again, and most of the top 20 cryptocurrencies are reporting discreet to moderate lossesn CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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India: Media Reports Central Bank Has Postponed ‘Crypto-Rupee’ Plans

The Indian central bank appears uncertain about aspects of digital currency, reportedly U-turning on plans to introduce a crypto-rupee Cointelegraph.com News

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Abkhazia Temporarily Shuts Down 15 Mining Farms

Authorities in Abkhazia have cut off 15 mining facilities from the territory’s electrical grid. The short-term measure is meant to alleviate power shortages during the cold winter months. The operators of the farms have fully cooperated with the local electric utility. Also read: Two Mining Companies Among Georgia’s Major Electricity Consumers 8,950 kWt of Mining Hardware Unplugged Chernomorenergo, the state-owned ...

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No new tone for Donald Trump, as he attacks McChrystal and 'haters'

Whether it's mocking “haters” or attacking retired four-star general Stanley McChrystal for criticizing him, President Donald Trump served New Year's Day notice Tuesday that he is not soothing his aggressive tone.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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