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You Won't Believe Who's Backing Bitcoin Now!

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Feb/27/2018

Poker pro turned expert on everything Bitcoin, Doug Polk, reveals the latest ally of the cryptocurrency.  Hint:  He is among the most powerful world leaders and runs one of the biggest countries.

If you guessed Vladimir Putin, you would be correct.  The Russian president has made strong statements about the importance of embracing blockchain technology.

Polk also discusses the payment app Circle and its announced purchase of the cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex for $400,000,000.  Infomercial clown Matthew Lesko is not a fain of bitcoin. Craig Wright, once claimed to be Satoshi Nakomoto, is sued for $10 BILLION by the estate of Dave Kleiman.

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