Bitcoin’s plight in 2018 has been a stark reversal from the leading cryptocurrency’s performance in 2017, particularly vs. the end of last year. So what gives? If you were to ask a pair of researchers, one of whom has a penchant for uncovering fraud in the financial markets, the gains have an asterisk next to […]
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