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Bitcoin rally: Is El Salvador's Bitcoin bet paying off? - BBC News

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(BBC NEWS) Bitcoin rally: Is El Salvador's Bitcoin bet paying off? President Bukele is celebrating as his $120m Bitcoin reserve is finally in the black - but economists are not. "The result is in red - and in intense red."

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Every Bitcoin payment 'uses a swimming pool of water' - BBC News

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Incredible new FUD from BBC News

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Jury sent home in 'King of Crypto' fraud trial - BBC News

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Fact-check: Scam videos using audio deepfakes to imitate BBC reports for cryptocurrency scheme involving Elon Musk

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BBC news. Hardware wallet.

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Man to face trial for alleged £8m Bitcoin theft - BBC News

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BBC Show to Spotlight ‘Crypto King’ Sam Bankman-Fried

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Bitcoin scammer who was snared by victims sentenced - BBC News

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In 2018 three Russian scientists were arrested at a top-secret nuclear warhead facility in Sarov for using one of Russia's most powerful supercomputers to mine bitcoin

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In 2018 three Russian scientists were arrested at a top-secret nuclear warhead facility in Sarov for using one of Russia's most powerful supercomputers to mine bitcoin

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In 2018 three Russian scientists were arrested at a top-secret nuclear warhead facility in Sarov for using one of Russia's most powerful supercomputers to mine bitcoin

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In 2018 three Russian scientists were arrested at a top-secret nuclear warhead facility in Sarov for using one of Russia's most powerful supercomputers to mine bitcoin

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Bitcoin scammer who was snared by victims sentenced - BBC News

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$MNX-Monix100 ANTI-SCAM crypto | Presale on Pinksale starts 25th of Sep at 12:00 UTC | 2 BuyBack systems | On-chain system operating on BBC 2.0 protocol |

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Sam Bankman-Fried ‘The King of Crypto’

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SBF the ‘King of Cry’

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SBF the ‘King of Crypto’

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I made a descriptive post of every item that you can purchase using candies from Coingecko so you do not have to look

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Intrigue - The Immortals - Ep 7: Vitalik - BBC Sounds

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Who planned the "psy-op" of making crypto out to be damaging to the environment/society?

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Turkish crypto boss handed 11,196 years in prison - BBC News

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Thodex cryptocurrency boss jailed for 11,196 years in Turkey for fraud

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TIL that Ruja Ignatova, after founding a huge fake crypto Ponzi scheme called OneCoin that defrauded investors of $4 billion, disappeared in 2017 ahead of a US warrant for her arrest. As of last year she has been on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list. Many consider her the world's most wanted woman.

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FTX founder Bankman-Fried living on bread and water, lawyer says - BBC News

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$BLOBBY Token; next Top 100 token | Massive pump Incoming | Low MCap | Heavy marketing

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'King of Crypto' living on bread and water - lawyer - BBC News

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Introducing $Blobby; next 100x meme token | Heavy Marketing Incoming

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Kenya halts Worldcoin amid clamour for free money - BBC News

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Bank of England expected to raise rates to new 15-year high - BBC News

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BBC | Worldcoin suspended in Kenya as thousands queue for free money

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BBC | Worldcoin suspended in Kenya as thousands queue for free money

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Walk down memory lane: what did the media had to say about Bitcoin in 2013?

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Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg agree to hold cage fight - BBC News

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The day the US apologizes to the crypto community

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Is the US trying to kill crypto? - BBC News

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Crypto-ad overhaul sees 24-hour cooling-off period - BBC News

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Binance lawsuit on BBC UK

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US sues Coinbase as crypto crackdown widens - BBC News

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Anybody heard of BBC Group?

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Ai and it’s potential effect on crypto?

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Butane Network: A New Era of Blockchain Technology Fueled by AI and Investor Confidence

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This is why you should not buy THAT coin

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A collection of British MPs want to treat cryptocurrency investing as gambling

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Treat cryptocurrency investing as gambling, MPs say - BBC News

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First Republic: JP Morgan to take over major US bank - BBC News

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Drug dealer ordered to pay back dark web millions - BBC News

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Not a single mention of inflation, the Bitcoin hard cap is becoming more important every day

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BBC investigation into the billion dollar bitcoin trading scam. Scam trading websites that you can't withdrawal

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Cryptocurrencies are in crisis, but they are not going to disappear

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10 years ago, the “greatest“ Crypto Crash ever happened as BTC at the price of $260 declined -50% in a matter of a few hours.

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Is BBC News owned by Banks? They only shit on crypto..Here is the proof

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While we laugh at the overt and obvious scams, anyone almost fall for one on their crypto journey?

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Cash App founder killed in San Francisco stabbing - BBC News

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BBC Radio - The Missing Cryptoqueen: Dr Ruja Ignatova persuaded millions to join her financial revolution. Then she disappeared. Why?

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BBC Radio 4 - Sunil Patel: An Idiot's Guide to Cryptocurrency. In a desperate bid to become rich, comedian and broadcaster Sunil Patel attempts to live off cryptocurrency alone.

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England is next in the banking crisis: SVB UK saw about a third of its deposits - £3bn - withdrawn on one day

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The 10 biggest crypto scams on record – and the lessons we can learn from them

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Do Kwon: Fugitive 'cryptocrash' boss arrested in Monetenegro - BBC News

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Lindsay Lohan and Jake Paul settle in crypto plot - BBC News

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Crypto Makes it Back on to the BBC.

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Pig Butchering BBC Documentary - How Scams Operate

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Thousands may have lost out to crypto trading app - BBC News

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Swiss central bank ready for Credit Suisse support BBC

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Offer made for UK arm of failed US Bank - BBC News

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Crypto-mining scheme run from US school crawl space - BBC News

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Trading is very hard, most traders lose money and even a hamster can outperform most professional traders. Don't do it unless you are 100% sure what you are doing.

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"I am unbelievably sorry for my role in all of this," yeah right, you're sorry because you got busted!

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Scientists made historical discovery. BBC reports that deep down in Amazonian jungle they found mythical creature, first ever example of "crypto investor that made profits".

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Could decentralized blockchain mitigate the corruption, bribery, violence and cronery seen in the election in Nigeria following the forced introduction of the Nigerian CBDC, e-Naira? The election is the biggest democratic event in Africa with 87 million eligible people to vote. Here's my view on it.

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Therapy for crypto addiction offered in luxury rehab centres 1,250% more expensive

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The UK government promises robust crypto regulation

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SBF was actually decent at PR - before he got arrested lol

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SBF was actually decent at PR - before he got arrested lol

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SBF was actually decent at PR - before he got arrested lol

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Quantum breakthrough could revolutionise computing - BBC News

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Revolutionizing Publishing: FIU Student Publishes 53,823 BBC Articles on the Litecoin Network

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Addicted to crypto? There's rehab for it - BBC News

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Addicted to crypto? There's rehab for it - BBC News

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Addicted to crypto? There's rehab for it - BBC News

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Government promises robust crypto regulation - BBC News

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BBC World Service - Digital Planet, What happens when the Bitcoin miners leave?

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A Lancashire-based cryptocurrency fraud operation stole so much Bitcoin – £21 million – that they struggled to spend it | BBC News

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I bought a lambo (yes actually)

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Winklevoss firm charged in US over crypto sales - BBC News

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Winklevoss firm charged in US over crypto sales - BBC News

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No, we are not in a bull run, stop it.

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2022's 13 Biggest Crypto Scandals & Controversial Stories

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Adam Curtis

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bitcoin is sixth largest currency in the world (I didn't know that)

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Akon’s Wakanda, grazing goats and a crypto dream - BBC News

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Why are the BBC anti-crypto? “What are NFTs and why are some worth millions?”

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If Bitcoin was a boxer it would be a scrappy brawler that refuses to give up. But the last few weeks it has taken a pummelling, with the collapse of industry giant FTX and the arrest of its founder.If Bitcoin was a boxer it would be lying on its back on the canvas seeing stars. BBC News

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After the FTX chaos, is crypto down and out after a torrid 2022?

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S Korea says crypto-fugitive Do Kwon is in Serbia - BBC News

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Bankman-Fried: I hope to make money to pay people back - BBC News

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Disgraced FTX boss Sam Bankman-Fried says he hopes to ‘pay people back’ - BBC News (good interviewer)

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SBF wants to “start a new business to pay FTX people back.” BBC:

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SafeMoon and the chaotic world of crypto - BBC Sounds

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Cardano "I told you so" guys appear once every 4 years, BBC should do a documentary on them

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I think so too fam, but I got recent news from BBC that Oxford Iconics started their development in developing their quantum computing chips and they say it could be done in 3 years from now.

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I read a BBC news article around March when it hit the ATH. Despite hearing of it previously and not being too au fait with crypto (and computers in general), I was never interested. Something clicked and I had my first sats by the end of that week. Just wish I'd have got my mindset sorted 12 months before !

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Reference to that Italian chef on the BBC channel.

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Go watch Bitter Lake on Youtube, it's a BBC documentary that explains how they steal.

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It was BBC iirc, but they also turned it into an audiobook. Well worth finding.

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Get off the internet. BBC = British Broadcasting Corp

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Didn't she still own some properties? It's been a while but BBC had a pretty thorough reporting on it

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Is it a BBC one or? Can you link it?

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Nope. Not a badass, just lived in many countries, I have lots of international friends and I hear the same thing everywhere. You can see the news in other countries, feel free to go check out what the BBC, France 5, or any other international media outlets are saying. Trump is clearly an idiot. Everyone but his followers can see that. Condolences on getting conned by one of the laziest conmen in history.

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If BBC, ABC Australia, Al Jazeera, or literally any other state sponsored network had bothered to partner with Assange he would have… Assange also noted that western media did a good enough job highlighting Russia’s corruption and injustices that Wikileaks found it hard to compete, after all Wikileaks depends on leaks and most leaks came from western countries. I really don’t think you have thought very much about this subject. Let me remind you USA’s actions of pressuring banks, PayPal and credit card companies to prevent donations and payments to Wikileaks is what forced them to use only crypto…welcome to the sub.

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>In 2014, the BBC and other news outlets reported on the cache, which revealed details about Russian military and intelligence involvement in Ukraine. However, the information from that hack was less than half the data that later became available in 2016, when Assange turned it down. >The Russian cache was eventually quietly published online elsewhere, to almost no attention or scrutiny. If those Russian leaks truly were highly damaging, it's interesting that the only time they ever get brought up is when someone is wanting to discredit Wikileaks.

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I keep buying every week, month ..... easiest decision in life to make... All the fake fud stories is all the endorsement you need...BBC ....IMF....FCA....MICA.....some obscure nobody caught at some Airport... laundering bitcoin....utter shite ..... They are afraid and will do anything to undermine bitcoin....but it was too late for all these games the minute satoshi mined that first block...

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Late to the party. I heard about it in the past but never looked in to it. I read a BBC news article back in March this year when the ATH hit... Something just clicked. Read as much as I could. Think I had my first sats by the end of that week.

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tldr; Ruja Ignatova, known as the Cryptoqueen, vanished after scamming investors out of $4.5 billion through her fake cryptocurrency, OneCoin. BBC investigations suggest her close ties to a suspected Bulgarian organized crime boss, Hristoforos Nikos Amanatidis, known as Taki, who may have been involved in her disappearance. Ignatova was last seen in 2017, and there are allegations she was murdered on Taki's orders. Despite various investigations and theories, her fate remains uncertain, and she is still on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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The search for Dr Ruja Ignatova takes an unexpected turn when a story emerges alleging she's been murdered. But with with sightings of Dr Ruja still coming in long after her apparent demise, can it be true? We speak to the Bulgarian journalists behind the story and team up with BBC colleagues to investigate the murder theory. It takes us on a trail to a Bulgarian man widely suspected of heading an organised crime organisation. Meanwhile, a trusted former adviser to Dr Ruja disappears, just like his old boss.

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What an amazing legacy to leave though. There was just a piece about this on BBC World News even! RIP Kabosu, the bestest doge.

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your mom called me, but she was asking about BBC.

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Notice at the end of the article there’s just the word there “bitcoin” lol. I love it. Bankman-fried was a fraud, he hasnt got any bitcoin, but for some reason this article wants to put the two together. BBC journalism is on a down slope, they lack integrity and they lack education and perspective. Bitcoin is a network, a protocol that allows us all to trade with each other. It wins, and many institutions and individuals will be on the wrong side of history, and it is them that we must not forget, we will deal with them later

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Yes in 0 BBC, before Banking Crisis. Not be confused with ..

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just seen it on the BBC news app

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BBC news reporting drone launches from Iran 

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tldr; Serenity Shield and Contentra Technologies have entered a three-year agreement to store 10 petabytes of digital data on a decentralized data storage solution. This partnership marks a significant step in applying blockchain technology for secure data storage, aiming to enhance data security and accessibility for Contentra's global clients, including major names like BBC Studios and National Geographic. The initial phase will see 1 petabyte of data stored within four months, demonstrating the potential of blockchain in transforming data storage and security. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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The war story was a headline in WSJ and not on othernews outlets like BBC. I suspect itwas manufactured to spook the markets, somebody made a fortune going short.

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He kind of at a standoff with authorities, apparently. [BBC](https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-67297013.amp)

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tldr; Serenity Shield has signed a 3-year deal with Contentra Technologies to store 10 million GB (10 petabytes) of data on-chain using its StrongBox data storage service. Contentra, which works with clients like BBC News and National Geographic, will leverage blockchain technology for secure and private data storage. The first 1 million GB of data will be paid for in $SERSH, Serenity Shield's token, with 25% of these tokens to be burned, enhancing the token's deflationary status. This partnership highlights the growing adoption of blockchain for data security and storage solutions. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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tldr; Contentra Technologies, a leading educational publishing house, has partnered with Serenity Shield to store 10 million gigabytes of digital data on a decentralized blockchain solution. This three-year agreement marks a significant step in the application of blockchain technology for secure data storage. Contentra, known for its work with BBC Studios, National Geographic, and Pearson, aims to offer private and secured data storage solutions to its clients, enhancing data security and accessibility through blockchain technology. The initial implementation of 1 petabyte of data storage is expected within four months, showcasing the potential of blockchain in transforming global data storage practices. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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I have some friends working in this sector So there are real news (they buy it from news agencies, it's subscribtion based) And there are bulls#it (fake) news written by bulls#t paid writers Pay attention that bulls#it news are often in section "entertainment" because they cannot classify it as real news Also bulls#it news are cheaper than real news, because you only pay fir bulls#it writer and today probably just use gpt The worst kind of bulls#it news are paid scandals (some girl shows up and tell that some politician raped her), secret advertisement (writing something good about company x), stock manipulation (remember analyat who said that btc etf will be rejected on January) and so on So basically what I think that there are 2 narratives in regards to btc - pump and dump. Sometimes they get command to pump, then you see neutral or good articles, later they get command dump, and you see a lot of fud I don't have a proof but I think big bank groups pay for the articles P. S. Everyone can order a paid article, you can order BBC to write that btc is currency of the future and they will write it

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Not so. I saw Trace Meyer on BBC's Newsnight ten years ago.

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I can't remember the site but it was a fairly mainstream site and it was an article which went into reasonable detail. It detailed the limited supply and decentralized nature. The first thing I learned in economics was about supply and demand, I had always been interested in the freedom of the web so put two and two together. I honestly thought I was too late though, I read about mining but sounded complicated. This was late 2012... Caught my attention again in the 2013 bullrun and I fomoed in. Anyone who says it was not in the mainstream media in 2013 is bullshitting, it was on the BBC, mentioned in most mainstream news outlets. Of course there was a lot of talk of it being hacked, bubble, tulips etc. I'm pretty sure 99.5% of people that say they had not heard of it by 2013/14 DID hear about it but paid no attention.

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That's exactly it. The guardian, BBC, SVT and a few other outlets are not dependent on clickbaits and/or false reporting. They don't care about which news "sells" or which news enriches their owners. They are publicly funded and their mission is exactly that, to provide a counterweight to private news networks that has all sorts of money-driven agendas. These are the places you want to go if you want real journalism.

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Why does the website have gay porn on it? What does "White Twink Fucks BBC" have to do with crypto?

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May BBC e he'll share a cell with the guy responsible for 'silk road'.

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Just playing some BBC ATM, what about you?

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The migrant labour system is exactly the same as Singapore. The heat in south east asia is far worse because of the humidity and lack of modern infrastructure. The winter in Dubai between october and march is absolutely sensational. You arent allowed to drink in public in almost every country on earth. I cant walk around NYC with an open bottle of whiskey. You sound like your brain has been programmed by a BBC hit-piece documentary from 2005 and you dont know how to think for yourself.

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For the BBC?

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Ah "the echo chamber", funny that you mention it. The right wing in the US gets their news basically from one single place, fox news, which is a news network controlled by one single multi billionaire family who actually has control over which "news" they should be touting and how they should be spun. I, and most others in the western world get our news from many different sources, some of them which are paid by taxes and are required by law to be as unbiased as possible, like BBC, SVT and others, removing financial and political interests from their news reporting to an as large extent as is possible. These news networks are constantly independently monitored for bias, and if a reporter is found to be consistently reporting with a particular bias, they will be disciplined or even fired. Obviously, it's impossible to remove all bias as we are all humans and we all have our own bias, but if you just think for a small moment, which of the two options sounds more like an "echo chamber" to you? 1: A single news network which editorial direction is controlled by a single family. 2: Many different news networks controlled by many different entities, some of them financially independent, independently monitored, and required by law to only state facts in an unbiased manner.

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Bro u could have not said BBC and it would still make sense.

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You had me at BBC

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During our weekly chess match, where it can take 45 minutes to 2 hours because of the debates we have, I mentioned BTC to my friend/opponent and was met with immediate criticism and overall hatred for BTC and/or crypto currencies in general. A week later, last week, he messaged me for BBC, beers, bowls, and chess. I said yes, and when I arrived and we started playing, he asked me how to get in to it. People are slowly coming around, but yes, overall, I feel like of the hundred or so close friends and family members that I have, like 4 of them have any interest, let alone actual holdings.

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Because most of crypto is pump and dump shit. One study by the BBC found that 75% of people who buy crypto lose most/ all of their money. That shows that is sensible to be wary.

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You sound like you watched some BBC documentary from 2005 and thats your entire opinion. Hahaha dumbass

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in the text of the article, some clues to answer your question are revealed Money she was qttempting to launder was linked to fraud Lied about her business dealings other suspect at large BBC is, as usual, light on details so a quick Google of her name revealed: declared under £6000 in income last year conspirator (the one who did the fraud) perpetrated fraudulent wealth management schemes Only traveled to countries without extradition agreements with China First claimed it came from mining, then later that it was a gift says she was duped by the co conspirator so, what money definitely came from fraud, and her actions definitely constitute money laundry, according to all the news I could read in 10 minutes. Hope that helps

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Not unprecedented, indeed repeated three times so far. The last two fell. BBC/WS says, "It will fall again, watch." just bought back in.

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The BBC found that around 75% of people who invested in crypto lost most or all of their money. That is extremely negative compared to investing in the stock market.

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I wasn't affected but I hope he spends his years taking it in the arse by some massive BBC

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What news articles? The major news sources in the UK (BBC, Sky, Financial Times etc) have only been reporting that BTC has been rocketing up? Are you just talking about crappy YT grifters? Lol. They just say whatever gets them clicks and views.

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LOL, people still watch BBC???

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BBC News is talking about crypto account hacking. The top is in…

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You are still living in the 1990s. This is 2024. I guarantee you have never even been to Dubai youre just regurgitating what you saw on some mainstream media BBC documentary 20 years ago. Speaking about the UAE like this is as dumb as saying bitcoin will never be money.

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[https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-68567320](BBC story)

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From the BBC article: The judge, Mr Justice Mellor, made his ruling as soon as the proceedings had concluded. He had been expected to retire to consider the case but said he was able to reach a decision so quickly because the "evidence was overwhelming". ​ Nice.

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Okay so today we’ve had saylor on CNN, BBC news at 6, and drake all shilling bitcoin

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It's on the front page of CNBC, Financial Times, BBC Business, and Fox Business. Do you even follow financial news?

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The BBC had a few articles this week about Bitcoin, much more positive than their usual crap.

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I’m watching interviews of American and British soldiers from the front, most recently Avdiivka, so I would say I might be slightly better informed than you are. I travel around quite a bit, EU especially, you don’t realise it, it’s okay - but Russians do their own research - it’s our boys are over there in the trenches. My cousin is currently at the front lines. Im not really another dummy westerner eating what BBC and Fox News telling me about China bad Russia bad, so for that reason I dismiss your comment, as quite a valueless one, you don’t really know what I’d going on, but let’s be honest you aren’t an Eastern European and couldn’t care enough to get into it. I suggest you learn what a proxy war is and how it is used to spread military influence over regions. Dig deeper in what US is doing and what are its ways of doing politics, research the conflicts. Also there are next to none Ukrainians on the lines, it’s all contractors, I’m sure western media does not cover Nazi troops and ex ISIS contractors either, does it

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Can’t believe anyone still watches MSM, especially the BBC.

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there's a bitcoin article on BBC News already come on in boys, the water's fine...

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Bitcoin news article on the BBC: [https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-68434579](https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-68434579) Surprisingly not terrible - unlike most of the BBC reporting on Bitcoin. It's still got a bit of bias in there (they can't help but mention illicit activity) but it's honestly not the usual tripe that comes from the beeb regarding Bitcoin... Only skimmed it but it's mostly accurate/neutral.

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Here it is in Hausa BBC Hausa - Hukumomi a Najeriya sun bukaci a biya su dala biliyan 10 a matsayin fansa daga babban dandalin musayar cryptocurrency na duniya, Binance. Wannan shi ne saboda zargin cewa dandamali na cryptocurrency yana haifar da asara mai yawa ga kasar saboda daidaita farashin canji. Gwamnati ta ce Binance ya yi tasiri a kan karuwar kudin kasashen waje ta hanyar hasashen kudin kasar wanda ya sa darajar Naira ta fadi da kusan kashi 70 cikin 100 a ‘yan watannin nan. Bayo Onanuga, daya daga cikin masu magana da yawun shugaban kasa Bola Tinubu ya ce gwamnati ta ga tasirin ayyukan Binance ga Najeriya. “Tsarin yana daidaita farashin canji ga kasar kuma kudi ne da ba bisa ka’ida ba. CBN ita ce kadai hukumar da za ta iya gyara farashin canji ga kasar nan.” "Tsarin Binance yana ɗaukar mutanen da ke daidaita farashin canji wanda ke shafar tattalin arzikin Najeriya cikin sauri a lokacin da Najeriya ke ƙoƙarin daidaita tattalin arzikin." A ranar Alhamis, gwamnatin Najeriya ta tabbatar da kame wasu shugabannin kamfanin Binance na kasashen waje da hukumomin tsaro suka yi wa tambayoyi kan zargin cewa dandalin na taimakawa wajen karkatar da kudade, da kuma bayar da tallafin ayyukan ta'addanci da dai sauransu. Binance k-leg a Naira ko a'a? Me suke tunani?

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I literally saw it reported on BBC news this week. It's making the rounds in the media cycle now

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BBC News Pidgin - >Authorities for Nigeria don demand $10 billion dollars as penalties from di biggest cryptocurrency exchange platform for di world, Binance. >Dis na sake of di allegations say di cryptocurrency platform dey cause massive losses for di kontri becos dem dey fix exchange rate. >Di goment say Binance don influence di increase in foreign exchange rates through how dem dey speculate di currency for di kontri wey don make di Naira fall by almost 70% in recent months. >Bayo Onanuga, one of di tok tok pesin for president Bola Tinubu say goment bin see di effect of Binance operations for Nigeria. >“Di platform dey fix di exchange rate for di kontri and na illegal rate. Di CBN na di only authority wey fit fix exchange rate for di kontri.” >“Binance platform dey harbour pipo wey dey fix di exchange rate wey quickly affect di Nigeria economy for di time wey Nigeria dey try stabilise di economy.” >On Thursday, Nigeria goment confam di arrest of two foreign Binance executives wey security agencies don dey question ova di allegations say di platform dey assist in money laundering, and financing terrorism among oda allegations. Binance k-leg di Naira or na? Wetin dey tink?

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Thats a huge BBC right there!

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When why did the BBC print that article. I don't know what is going on.

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I disagree, it's not pointless. BBC has no adverts because the costs are covered by the license. I honestly wish more countries did this.

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Hehe, It makes for a good joke but no, you don't have to just for watching TV full stop. To clarify, you need to pay the licence fee if you watch or stream the uk's terrestrial channels (like the BBC etc) that are paid for via the license fee. If you don't watch those specific terrestrial channels then you don't need to pay the fee.

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At some point Blackrock will own, or have control of, enough miners to force a hard fork. Let's call it Blackrock Bitcoin (BBC). They'll then have their own version to shove down investors throats while choking the original.

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Like BBC giant? In that case, wouldn’t it be a black candle?

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I couldn't find much on BBC at all. The great swimming pool masterpiece, of course, but not much else?

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It was worth £4 million when it was lost according to BBC. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-67297013.amp Makes me think it's just a publicity stunt. Nobody could throw away such a fortune.

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BBC

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They must've been the first to create BBC porn

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BBC. British Broadcasting Cock.

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Link usually inverses BTC. When the link pump cools off, BBC will take its turn.

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Reality+ assists global brands, including BBC Studios, ITV Studios, FIFA and Paul Frank, to navigate the transition to the new generation of the web through immersive experiences including games, the metaverse and digital collectibles, and will use Hedera Network Services exclusively for all its projects going forward due to its market-leading performance and functionality. Hedera offers low, fixed fees and immutable royalties enforced on-chain at the protocol level, scalable transactions, and a carbon-negative footprint, making it the premier network for offering the latest decentralized technologies. Hedera is purpose-built to deliver seamless Web3 experiences at scale. The network can process 10,000+ transactions in a single shard and on-ledger, without compromising on network security, sustainability, or stability. Reality+ will use Hedera to mint a staggering 1.4 million digital collectibles, which have already been purchased by gamers across its portfolio of games. Hedera's consensus is also incredibly lightweight, allowing for the cost per transaction to be very small - around $0.0001 USD.

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Reality + CEO Tony Pearce explains that when he co-founded the company back in 2017, the biggest-selling blockchain games were trading card games such as Gods Unchained, where players could buy packs of digital cards, play them in the game, or trade them in NFT marketplaces. Pearce wanted to create a new game based on the concept but wanted to find a brand that had millions of fans and thousands of great characters that could be used in the cards. "I put my thinking cap on, and it came to me. Doctor Who was it! A global IP with more than 60 years of great content and a huge fan base. Even better, the BBC was based 30 minutes from my office and not 11 hours on a plane to Hollywood." Pearce came up with a game design similar to Top Trumps where users purchase a pack of digital cards and then challenge an opponent trying to win their card — a Dalek will take on a Cyberman, for example. "I eventually got a meeting with the BBC and presented this new concept. Almost a year later, and many, many meetings with the BBC, they agreed to license to us the global rights to Doctor Who."

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BBC, knew the brits were up to no good again

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$BBC token.

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BBC already has a meaning.

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BBC.com

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I m a fair person, if this person suck/deepthroat a BBC, i m ok with it. Bec eating 🧦 sock is unhealthy

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Only invest what you’d be ok with losing(not saying bitcoin will hit $0, but it is very volatile and pretty much know-one can predict it) because of its volatility BBC wouldn’t be labeled as “safe” So if your ok with losing $10k go ahead mate

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BBC Given those spreads

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Not sure what you’re talking about, BBC is usually pretty accurate, even if they have certain bias and when they do report something incorrectly they often issue retractions as any respectable media org should. Could you link me to one of those “blatant propaganda” reporting?

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"Correctly"? BBC? No. Even 15 years ago it was blatant propaganda attacking Dubai solely because it was a tax free jurisdciction that wealthy individuals could use to cease paying taxes in the UK. All the UK wanted to do was make people think moving to Dubai to reduce their taxes was a bad idea, and here you are still brainwashed believing it all.

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