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    Investors are Increasingly Choosing Bitcoin Over Gold

    | 2018/04/23 5:30 pm

    Gold has always been the primary standard by which we measure value, thanks to its continued demand as a currency, store of value and speculative asset. However, Bitcoin — often likened to “digital gold” — is causing investors to question gold’s dominance. A New Challenger Emerges Bitcoin’s first true challenge for gold’s throne came when the dominant cryptocurrency surged from under $1,000 to roughly $20,000 in 2017. At the same time, the price of gold

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    Iran Bans Banks From Touching Bitcoin

    | 2018/04/23 3:30 pm

    In an attempt to halt a currency crisis, and over concerns related to money-laundering, the Central Bank of Iran has banned the banks of the country from dealing in virtual currencies such as Bitcoin. The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has moved to prohibit banks from taking transactions which enable the buying, selling, or the promoting of virtual currencies. The bank’s move was reported on Sunday by the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA). As reflected

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    Startup Takes RBI to Court Over Its Cryptocurrency ‘Ban’

    | 2018/04/23 1:30 pm

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will soon be going to court. This comes after a crypto startup has put forward a petition contesting the bank’s conditional ban on cryptocurrency. Fickle is an apt term to describe India’s relationship with Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general. There’s no doubt that its population is all aboard the crypto train, showing a keen interest in the digital currency industry. India’s authorities? Not so much. The country’s Finance Minister

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    ‘Disgusting’: Martin Lewis Sues Facebook Over Fake Bitcoin Binary Trading Ads

    | 2018/04/23 11:30 am

    UK consumer advice personality Martin Lewis is taking Facebook to court over “disgusting” fake advertising using his name to sell “get-rich-quick” financial schemes. Lewis Lambasts Paid-Up ‘Scams’ Lewis, who has amassed a $175 million fortune from resources such as MoneySavingExpert.com, which ironically helps consumers avoid unnecessary expenditure, said Facebook had not done enough to remove fake ads using his identity. “Today (Monday 23 April), I will issue High Court proceedings against Facebook, to try and


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