Hooters Investor Joins the Crypto Hype: “Eating a Burger Is Now a Way to Mine!” (news.bitcoin.com)

Companies routinely roll out new loyalty programs with much fanfare but arouse little to no excitement from investors, at least until they can show some returns. Now one Hooters franchisee has shown how to change this: just use these magic words: bitcoin, crypto and blockchain.
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Bitcoin rises after report says early Facebook investor Peter Thiel is buying massive amounts

Peter Thiel's Founders Fund has bought millions of dollars in bitcoin, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, citing sources familiar with the situation. Those holdings are worth hundreds of millions of dollars, the newspaper says. It wasn't clear whether Founders had sold any of its holdings, the report …
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Bitcoin Prices Rebound After Friday Crash, Easing Some Investor Fears

Blockchain technology companies and cryptocurrency investors breathed a little easier today, as bitcoin and other digital currency rebounded after a huge price crash on Friday. Bitcoin's price hit more than $ 17,500 on some exchanges this morning, rebounding from lows that bottomed in the $ 11,000 per …
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Early Bitcoin Investor Says Bitcoin Could Drop 50% Before Going Higher

Dan Morehead, CEO of Pantera Capital, a hedge fund focused on digital currencies, has told CNBC that Bitcoin may drop 50% before pushing to new highs. Morehead purchased Bitcoin at $ 72. While the statement appears bearish, Morehead was actually pointing investors in cryptocurrencies toward a …
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Billionaire investor Marc Lasry: I should have bought bitcoin when it was at $300

Billionaire investor Marc Lasry told CNBC on Thursday that he should've bought bitcoin when it was at $ 300 just a couple years ago. The cryptocurrency, which began 2017 below $ 1,000 per unit, blasted through $ 19,000 on Thursday, surging more than $ 7,000 in less than two days on Coinbase, a main …
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