Below is the transcript for the ITB Media Daily Crypto News Brief for Wednesday, December 18, 2019
This is your ITB MEDIA DAILY CRYPTO NEWS BRIEF for Wednesday, December 18, 2019.
In Mainstream Financial News.
- CNBC reports: S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit record highs as stocks try for sixth straight day of gains.
- Bloomberg Headline: Fed’s Brainard Raises Red Flags Over Facebook’s Libra Project.
- The Financial Times Reports: What do women want? Some crypto flavoured mansplaining, apparently.
- Wall Street Journal Headline: If Bitcoin Looks Like It Isn’t Trading, It’s Because It Isn’t.
- Forbes Headline: These Are The Top Ten Events Of Bitcoin’s First Decade.
- Altcoin Daily (YouTube) posts a video titled: This May Change Your Mind On Cardano (ADA). Bitcoin Price Dropping But Fidelity PUMPING in U.K.
- The Moon (YouTube) reports: WOW!! THE BITCOIN LONGS ARE FREAKING OUT!!!! WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR BITCOIN???
- Data Dash (YouTube) posts a video titled: The State of Crypto. Here’s What You Should Know.
- Crypto Zombie (YouTube): WHY is BITCOIN STILL DUMPING!? ALTCOIN APOCALYPSE 2020!?! FED to Inject $400 BILLION!
- CoinTelegraph reports: Former Kraken Employee Sues Exchange for ‘Unethical and Illegal Business Tactics’.
- CoinDesk headline: As We Hunger for Viability, Let’s Stay True to Our Values.
- CryptoNews reports on its front page: Ethereum Has Pulled ahead of EOS and Tron in Blockchain Gaming.
This has been your ITB MEDIA DAILY CRYPTO NEWS BRIEF for Wednesday, December 18, 2019.
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