Video Digest, April 2: Artist has Hidden BTC Artworks; Experts Predict that BTC Price Will Go Up; Vitalik Buterin Angry with Facebook

Apr 02, 2018 at 16:42 // News
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Welcome back to Coin Idol TV News channel. Our digest on April 2 features the following topics from the world of Blockchain and cryptocurrency: Artist has Hidden Bitcoins His in LEGO Art works; Experts Predict that Bitcoin Price Will Go Up to twenty thousand dolars by the End of 2018; Vitalik Buterin Angry with Facebook for Not Deleting Fake Accounts

Artist has Hidden Bitcoins His in LEGO Artworks

A young Californian has turned the financial technology into a piece of art.  Andy Bauch, famous for his LEGO artworks, used in his last “New Money” series more than one hundred thousands LEGO bricks. He hid in the collection consisting of around one dozen parts ten thousand dollars in bitcoin and other digital currencies. Successful cracking of the hidden code will lead you to the crypto coins.     

Experts Predict that Bitcoin Price Will Go Up to $20,000 by the End of 2018

Bitcoin is considered to be in a “purgatory” period, as research conducted by cryptocurrency advisor Fundstrat shows. It also maintains a year-end target of $20,000 for Bitcoin.

Managing partner and head of research of Fundstrat Global Advisors, Thomas Lee, given his significant experience on the stock market, warns digital currency traders to have patience in this time of great decline.

Vitalik Buterin Angry with Facebook for Not Deleting Fake Accounts

Ethereum’s founder Vitalik Buterin has expressed his indignation at millions of obvious scams using his name on major social networks, such as Twitter, Face book, and Instagram, in order to steal digital currency, like bitcoin or other alt coins from inexperienced investors. He has called to his followers for help in banning malicious profiles.

As we reported before, scammers used famous in crypto world names and pretend to be persons such as Elon Musk, Donald Trump, Vitalik Buterin on social media to steal Bitcoin.