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HENRY BLODGET: Bitcoin could go to $1 million (or fall to $0)

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Henry Blodget: Bitcoin could go to $1 million

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Henry Blodget: Bitcoin could go to $1 million

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HENRY BLODGET: Bitcoin could go to $1 million (or fall to $0)

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Henry Blodget: Bitcoin could go to $1 million

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HENRY BLODGET: Bitcoin could go to $1 million (or fall to $0)

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Is he salty? Henry Blodget on why bitcoin checks all the boxes of a bubble

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For anyone to young to remember, Henry Blodget was one of the worst pumpers in the dotcom bubble. Now he spends his time talking about Bitcoin... /r/Bitcoin

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Henry Blodget on why bitcoin checks all the boxes of a bubble

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Henry Blodget shares research from Richard Bernstein on why bitcoin checks all the boxes of a bubble

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Henry Blodget shares research from Richard Bernstein on why bitcoin checks all the boxes of a bubble

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Henry Blodget on why bitcoin checks all the boxes of a bubble

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Why Henry Blodget is wrong about Bitcoin... and the USD...

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Henry Blodget: Investing In Bitcoin

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Haha this is why Joe Weisenthal is not going to be publishing anymore negative stories about Bitcoin.

You probably heard all the ruckus last week when Joe called Bitcoin a "Joke"... well I have a feeling we won't be hearing much from his corner anymore on the topic. http://www.businessinsider.com/bitcoin-is-a-currency-for-clowns-2013-11
itBIT, the new Bitcoin exchange that has landed over 5.5 million in venture funding from 3 different parties- one of which is RRE Ventures. RRE Ventures is a venture funder of Business Insider (where Joe works). In addition to investing several million dollars in BI, RRE's cofounder sits on the Board of Directors for Business Insider. http://www.crunchbase.com/financial-organization/rre-ventures
Knowing Henry Blodget background, it would not be good business to have your Editor-in-Chief dogging and attacking your shareholders other investments. Especially considering how much time BI spends glorifying Jeff Bezos, one of their other key shareholders.
Connect the dots, Joe will probably have to shut his mouth and Jim Edward will handle most of the BI stories on bitcoin for now on. Good riddance.
EDIT: Just to be clear, I am not endorsing censorship. I just loved the irony of the situation. Additionally I wouldn't exactly call BI a source for hard-hitting objective journalism, more like news-for-hire.
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Tech Insider has been active recently!

Title: I spent a day trying to pay for things with bitcoin and a bar of gold
Description: Ray Dalio, the founder of the largest hedge fund in the world, told Henry Blodget that investors should have 5% to 10% of their portfolio in gold. During that same interview, Dalio called bitcoin a "speculative bubble" and said "bitcoin is not an effective medium exchange by and large" and "it's not easy to buy things with the bitcoin." Dalio isn't the only one asking these questions about bitcoin. If bitcoin really is a currency, then it is important that you can buy things with it. But this may not be a fair argument. We all seem to accept gold as a storehold of wealth and as an alternative currency even though you really can't make purchases with gold. So in an effort to fairly compare gold and bitcoin in this vein, we went out into the world to see how easy it was to spend both in everyday transactions. It turns out it isn't easy to spend either. The only person we could find who accepted gold in New York City was Donald Trump in 2011. Bitcoin is slightly easier to spend. We couldn't use our bitcoin at Subway, which is on a few lists of retailers that accept bitcoin. Le Village, a restaurant in New York's East Village that many have reported accepts bitcoin, was closed down when we tried to eat there. But we did have some luck spending bitcoin. We found that it was easy to use bitcoin on Overstock.com. Also, my daughter's preschool accepts bitcoin for tuition payments. But if you really want to use bitcoin in everyday transactions, you can get a debit card that allows you to spend bitcoin easily. But maybe we are simply using the wrong words when we talk about bitcoin. As Adam Ludwin, the founder and CEO of Chain, says in his open letter to Jamie Dimon, "since this isn't about cryptocurrencies vs. fiat currencies let's stop using the word currency." He goes on to say that he prefers to think of them as "crypto assets." Read more: http://ift.tt/fxZ2E2 FACEBOOK: http://ift.tt/1fEbtRI TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: http://ift.tt/1S8jzxH
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Bitcoin Hits Record High The Newfination Bitcoin Show 2: Henry Blodget And Bitcoin At $1250! Wake up People Henry Blodget: Bitcoin could go to $1 million

So neu das Geschäft ist, der Blogger Henry Blodget sprach eine Wahrheit über die Bitcoins gelassen aus: „Die Preise könnten buchstäblich auf 1000 oder 10 000 oder eine Million je Münze ... Henry Blodget discusses this week’s bitcoin rally, and how the virtual currency could just as easily go to $1 million as it could fall to $0. Blodget has been covering bitcoin for several years, and has maintained the view that ultimately, it has no intrinsic value. ————————————————– Follow BI Video on Twitter: Henry Blodget and crew have taken a couple of swings at Bitcoin this week in the Business Insider.. Bitcoin Is A Joke; Bitcoin Could Go To $1 Million; In these articles, Blodget and Weisenthal ... Henry Blodget's horrible Bitcoin advice The CEO of Business Insider mocks people warning of a bubble, just one day before the currency crashes. view in app--Shares. Andrew Leonard April 11, 2013 ... Der Höhenflug der Bitcoin-Aktien hat einen wahren Hype um Kryptowährungen ausgelöst. Neben seriösen Anbietern sind aber auch schwarze Schafe am Start, die die Goldgräber-Stimmung rund um Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Cardano & Co. ausnutzen.Dubiose Unternehmen und Privatpersonen präsentieren sich in Facebook-Gruppen, auf Instagram und in Messenger-Diensten oder kontaktieren Verbraucher ...

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Bitcoin Hits Record High

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