Gold, Stimulus and a Futures Gap: 5 Things to Eye in Bitcoin This Week

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Bitcoin (BTC) begins a new week above $10,000 and teasing investors with more gains — will it last or is a correction already guaranteed? Cointelegraph...

Stocks sharply rebound as markets rally on expectations of government bailout, testing

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As America’s fractured Congress inches closer to an agreement on a comprehensive bailout for the economic hardships businesses and workers are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, stocks are poised for a big rally on Wall Street. The move is more than welcome after stock markets yesterday recorded their worst day in over 30 years. All…

Vaccines group plots path through conflict, instability, epidemics

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LONDON, (Reuters) - - More children worldwide are now immunized against killer diseases but the task has become harder due to conflicts, epidemics, urbanization...

What Happens Next? Bitcoin Range Falls To Tightest Point In History

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2020 has been a brutal year on all accounts, topped off by the most boring sideways action in Bitcoin yet. In fact, this truly is...

After damning report, a voting app says it’s secure—but experts have questions

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On Thursday, researchers at MIT published an injurious study about vulnerabilities in a "blockchain-based" voting app called Voatz. They found that malicious attackers could penetrate the app and then view, disrupt transmission, or even alter voters' choices.  Despite the niche nature of the app (it's geared towards overseas and disabled voters) and the technicality of…