Below is the transcript for the ITB Media Daily Crypto News Brief for Tuesday, December 3, 2019
This is your ITB MEDIA DAILY CRYPTO NEWS BRIEF for Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
In Mainstream Financial News.
- CNBC reports: WisdomTree launches its first bitcoin exchange-traded product.
- Bloomberg Headline: Nordea Wins Danish Court Battle to Ban Staff Trading in Bitcoin.
- The Financial Times Reports: ECB explores development of a digital currency.
- Wall Street Journal Headline: Nearly $50 Million of Ether Swiped From South Korean Cryptocurrency Exchange.
- Forbes Headline: ‘Crypto Is Unstoppable’—Is Bitcoin Really On The Cusp Of A Huge Santa Rally?
- Altcoin Daily (YouTube) posts a video titled: WARNING: Bitcoin & Ethereum Holders Do Not Be Fooled Like I Was! I Deleted My Last Video: HERE’S WHY
- The Moon (YouTube) reports: BITCOIN NEW PATTERN!!! BREAKOUT??? Hodlers Are Insane & In PROFIT!!
- Data Dash (YouTube) posts a video titled: Spotting Manipulation. How Whales Can Manipulate Bitcoin.
- Crypto Zombie (YouTube): BITCOIN Santa Claus RALLY Possible?! $BTC Halving a “Non-Event?” HODLers are INSANE?!
- CoinTelegraph reports: Plaintiffs in Tether-Bitcoin Price Manipulation Case Will Not Drop Complaint.
- CoinDesk headline: China’s Internet Firewall Has Blocked Access to Ethereum Block Explorer Etherscan.io.
- CryptoNews reports on its front page: ‘The Best and Cleanest Bitcoin is From the Silk Road’
This has been your ITB MEDIA DAILY CRYPTO NEWS BRIEF for Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
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