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Bitcoin hits record $62,000 as mainstream acceptance grows | Money Talks

Cryptocurrency prices have reached record highs yet again, led by none other than bitcoin. Analysts say it's because banks and other large companies have given virtual currencies legitimacy by accepting them as forms of payment. And that's expected to boost valuations even more. Paolo Montecillo has more. For more, we were joined by Jeffrey Tucker in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. He's a crypto-currency analyst and editorial director at the American Institute for Economic Research #Bitcoin #Payment #DigitalCurrency

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Georgia launches work and travel programme to boost economy | Money Talks

Georgia launches work and travel programme to boost economy | Money Talks

Elizabeth Williams on BLM, playing in Turkey and prepping for Tokyo 2020

Elizabeth Williams on BLM, playing in Turkey and prepping for Tokyo 2020

GameStop stock surges on Elon Musk's tweet | Money Talks

GameStop stock surges on Elon Musk's tweet | Money Talks

Racism in Football – Exclusive interview with Istanbul Basaksehir’s Demba Ba and Pierre Webo

Racism in Football – Exclusive interview with Istanbul Basaksehir’s Demba Ba and Pierre Webo

Bad actors exploit lax financial regulations during pandemic | Money Talks

Bad actors exploit lax financial regulations during pandemic | Money Talks

Diego Maradona: 1960-2020 | Remembering the Legend

Diego Maradona: 1960-2020 | Remembering the Legend

Hamilton clinches record-equalling seventh world title | F1 Turkish Grand Prix Review

Hamilton clinches record-equalling seventh world title | F1 Turkish Grand Prix Review

Istanbul revs up for first F1 in a decade

Istanbul revs up for first F1 in a decade

Thrills and spills of Istanbul Park

Thrills and spills of Istanbul Park

A look back at F1 in Turkey

A look back at F1 in Turkey

It's back! | Formula 1 - 2020 Turkish Grand Prix

It's back! | Formula 1 - 2020 Turkish Grand Prix

''Until we see a diverse boardroom, nothing changes'' Trabzonspor's Eddie Newton talks to TRT World

''Until we see a diverse boardroom, nothing changes'' Trabzonspor's Eddie Newton talks to TRT World

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