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Bitcoin Explodes Past $11,000 as New Crypto Rally Intensifies
The last 24 hours have seen Bitcoin, and the wider cryptocurrency market, continue on its new crypto price rally. The price of Bitcoin has rushed past the $11,000 line less than 24 hours after breaking the $10,000 barrier. Bitcoin explodes past $11,000 line in crypto rally Specifically, the price of Bitcoin is $11,121 at the time of writing. This represents intraday gains of over 13% and continues the bullish Bitcoin…
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Bitcoin Crushes Year-High Record, Embarks on $10,000 Rally
The price of Bitcoin rushed past the previous year-high record earlier today, and is currently mooning towards $10,000. This comes as investors are facing FOMO (fear of missing out) as Facebook recently unveiled its own crypto stablecoin. Bitcoin rallies towards $10,000 At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at $9,812 and the cryptocurrency market cap has surpassed $300 billion. This comes after Bitcoin’s price has increased massively during the…
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Bitcoin Reaches One-Year High Following Gains, Facebook Crypto Project Suspense
The price of Bitcoin has surged to a new one-year high following news of Facebook’s upcoming crypto project. This, in conjunction with a flurry of other bullish crypto news, may continue to drive crypto prices even higher. Bitcoin reaches a new one-year high amid a series of bullish news At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at a price of just above $9,150. A recent Bloomberg report is highlighting…
Craig Wright will need to appear in court to counter claims that he stole 1.1 million BTC
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Craig Wright Ordered to Attend Bitcoin Theft Court Session
The court denied Craig Wright’s motion to avoid appearing This news was corroborated by fresh court documents, filed on June 10th. What’s more, Wright had apparently requested that he would receive permission to appear by videoconference rather than appearing in the flesh. As such, Wright argued that physically attending the courtroom session could cause him “unjustifiable hardship”.  With that said, however, Wright’s motion was refused by the court plaintiffs. In…