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Bitcoin (BTC) Going Mainstream, Accepted By a $4.7 Billion Company

Bitcoin Price steady, may rallyAvnet now accepts Bitcoin via BitPayParticipation low but demand picking upBy collaborating with BitPay, Avnet now joins the likes of Microsoft and Dell as corporations accepting Bitcoin as payment. Regardless, Bitcoin (BTC) prices are steady and could close above $4,000.Bitcoin Price AnalysisFundamentalsBased in Phoenix, Arizona and

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Russian Police Deny Covert Confiscation of 2 Billion Rubles, Mining Equipment

Russian Police Deny Covert Confiscation of 2 Billion Rubles, Mining Equipment March 18, 2019 by Jeff Fawkes On March 14th, 2019, police confiscated cryptocurrency mining equipment and “large amounts of cash” from Sadovod and Moscow trading centers in the city of Moscow, according to a TASS police informant’s anonymous news tip.

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All Growth: Data Firm Predicts Blockchain Spending to Hit $12.4 Billion in 2022

All Growth: Data Firm Predicts Blockchain Spending to Hit $12.4 Billion in 2022 March 7, 2019 by Akshay Makadiya Market intelligence and advisory services provider International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts worldwide spending on blockchain will reach $12.4 billion USD in 2022, with an annual compound growth rate (CAGR) of 76 percent

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Global Blockchain Spending to Reach $2.9 Billion in 2019

Global spending on blockchain solutions will reach $2.9 billion in 2019, according to a recent report from advisory services firm International Data Corporation (IDC) published on March. 4.The report dubbed “Worldwide Semiannual Blockchain Spending Guide” was prepared by market intelligence and advisory firm IDC. The report analyzes the emerging

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While Regulators Focus on Bitcoin, Russia’s Largest Private Bank Laundered $9 Billion

A group of investigative journalists uncovered a $9 billion money laundering scam rooted from Russia’s largest private bank and unsurprisingly, it doesn’t involve Bitcoin.The scheme, which enabled perpetrators to funnel billions from shell companies to the global banking system, was exposed by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) with

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