- Bitcoin’s price fell below $5,000 for the first time since October 12, 2017, dropping more than $500 to hit $4,981 earlier today.
- Despite the falling crypto prices, developers and entrepreneurs are still moving into the crypto space.
- Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is calling on Interpol’s member nations to cooperate in preventing cryptocurrencies from being used for illicit purposes.
- The U.S. Federal Election Commission may allow people to mine cryptocurrencies to support political candidates - but some restrictions will apply.
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