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Daily Roundup – September 14, 2017

According to CNBC, China is said to be closing all of their bitcoin exchanges by the end of September. The China-based BTCC has already stated their intent to halt trading by the end of the month.

According to Forbes, the total cryptocurrency market is down nearly 40% from its all-time highs.

According to CNBC, North Korea appears to have gotten into the bitcoin mining game. This is according to Recorded Future, which is an intelligence research firm connected to Google Venture and the CIA.

Over at Bitcoin Magazine, an article on the release of Bitcoin Core 0.15 has been published. The article covers all of the new features in the latest release.

Over at Forbes, an article on the five reasons that government-issued digital currencies are not a threat to bitcoin has been published. The article is based on a recent talk given by BTCC CEO Bobby Lee.

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