Transcript For Daily Crypto Brief, March 31, 2020

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Below is the transcript for the ITB Media Daily Crypto News Brief for Tuesday, March 31, 2020

This is your ITB MEDIA DAILY CRYPTO NEWS BRIEF for Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

In Mainstream Financial News. 

  • CNBC reports: Crypto currency value rises over $14 billion in 24 hours as bitcoin rallies 10%.
  • Bloomberg Headline: Cryptocurrencies Index Flashes First Buy Signal in Three Months.
  • The Financial Times Reports: Life insurers braced for hit as bond market buckles.
  • Wall Street Journal Headline: Fed Digital Dollars Are Part of Debate Over Coronavirus Stimulus.
  • Forbes Headline: Bitcoin And Crypto World Rocked By Massive $400 Million Binance Bid For CoinMarketCap—Report.
  • Altcoin Daily (YouTube) posts a video titled: BREAKING: China JUST PUMPED MASSIVE MONEY. BILLIONS] into their Economy. THIS IS CRAZY.
  • The Moon (YouTube) reports: BITCOIN NEWS: $400,000,000 DEAL AS BINANCE BUYS COINMARKETCAP!!
  • Data Dash (YouTube) posts a video titled: Bitcoin Rebound. Will We See A Rally Before The Halving?
  • Crypto Zombie (YouTube): BITCOIN: Is FED’s $6.2 Trillion REALLY a Good Thing?! BIG Trouble for BTC if THIS Happens!!
  • CoinTelegraph reports: SEC Claims Telegram Injunction Applies to ‘Any Person or Entity’.
  • CoinDesk headline: Crypto Markets Can Never Close, and That’s a Good Thing.
  • CryptoNews reports on its front page: Politicians Building Case for Bitcoin Through Fiat and Democracy Limits.

This has been your ITB MEDIA DAILY CRYPTO BRIEF for Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

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