In January, Tiffany Britt made an unusual callout on a private parenting Facebook group. Would any of the other moms in the group be interested in pooling funds together to invest in bitcoin, she wondered? At the time, the Los Angeles stay-at-home mother was eight months pregnant and caring for a toddler. She'd dabbled in cryptocurrency herself and had made a small but admirable profit of a little over $1,000 — not bad for a newbie. But she wanted to go bigger, so she put out the call on Facebook. The response was surprisingly positive: Roughly 30 moms sent Britt money —$20 here, $100 there — to garner varying shares of the pot's ownership. When all was said and done, she'd raised $1,400 to invest in bitcoin and bitcoin cash.
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Bitcoin is turning 10 years old soon – and a group of French artists is putting on a cryptocurrency art exhibition to celebrate its birthday.
Deloitte 2018 Survey: Blockchain 'Getting Closer to Breakout Moment Every Day'
Deloitte’s 2018 blockchain survey reveals that the technology is gaining significantly in traction at the executive level of enterprises across diverse industries.
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