BitcoinNews.com Daily Podcast 7th November 2018: Augur Accurately Predicts US Elections, BTCC Closes, 800% Swiss Crypto Insurance

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Listen to the 7 November 2018 BitcoinNews.com Daily Podcast below.

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On this edition of the BitcoinNews.com Daily Podcast, we discuss how Augur accurately predicted the United States elections, BTCC is shutting down its mining pool, and part of the Swiss government is recommending 800% insurance on crypto assets. Hear about how some of the governors elected in the United States are crypto friendly, the Bank of Israel says they are not launching a national crypto, and how a politician who received USD 300,000 of crypto donations likes Bitcoin.

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