$1000 before Jan. 1? Look at India

$1000 before Jan. 1? Look at India

The disappointed expectation in the price of the world’s top digital currency, which slumped to a low of $864 on Christmas Day, and the market cap that reversed on the previous gains to $13.88 bln is now being corrected, a push Indian market insiders say will continue till at least Q1 2017. Bitcoin is now worth $915 after a sloppy Dec. 25 market, with the market cap standing at $14.6 bln. Why India again. The effect of the Indian market on Bitcoin is in the news again. The co-founder of Zebpay, Sandeep Goenka, believes that India should still be in the Bitcoin picture even though the....


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