Bitcoin Surges Past $10K: Cryptocurrency ‘Ought to be Outlawed’

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Nov/29/2017

Bitcoin Hits Milestone - Bitcoin has crossed over the $10,000 threshold. The cryptocurrency surged past $10,000 on Tuesday evening as it continued its climb toward $11,000, according to research site CoinDesk. Bitcoin has spiked 933 percent since the beginning of the year, when it traded at $968.23, reports the Wall Street Journal.  It’s up 933% since the start of January this year. Source: The Verge

Cryptocurrency ‘Ought to be Outlawed’ According to Joseph Stiglitz - The Nobel Laureate and Columbia University Professor, discusses Bitcoin and explains why the digital currency "ought to be outlawed." He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

- Compiled by Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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