Hedge-Fund Owner Says Buy Bitcoin Now, Crypto Trading Accounts Multiplying in Brazil, Trade Cryptocurrency in USDs, Blockchain and Electronic Voting: Friday, June 1st News Bytes

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Buy Bitcoin Now While It’s Still Cheap, Says Cryptocurrency Hedge-Fund Owner
In an interview by CNBC, Dan Morehead, founder of Pantera Capital Management said, “Cryptocurrencies are cheap right now. So it’s a good time to buy.” Bitcoin is down more than 50% from December 2017 highs.

More People Opening Crypto Trading Accounts In Brazil Than Traditional Securities
Forbes reports more people are opening cryptocurrency trading accounts in Brazil than traditional brokerage accounts and that “at least two new cryptocurrency exchanges are in the works.”

Bittrex Strikes Agreement With Bank To Offer USD Deposits and Trading Pairs
BlockExplorer’s Tony Spilotro says, “The Seattle-based cryptocurrency exchange Bittrex has revealed that the firm has struck an agreement with a United States bank to allow some of its customers to trade cryptocurrencies in USD, along with making USD deposits to the exchange’s wallets.”

Could Blockchain Be The Missing Link In Electronic Voting?
A special feature by ZDNet explores the issues with the current means of casting votes and keeping votes safe. “Some say blockchain is the answer, but are they expecting too much?”

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