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  1. A reading of two recent op-eds on central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).
  2. Bitcoin had previously failed to close above $13,000 every day since Jan. 15, 2018.
  3. A Friday note outlines institutional, corporate, and Millennial interest in the leading cryptocurrency.
  4. A recap of an exceptionally bullish week for bitcoin and crypto as a whole.
  5. A new collaboration this week between R3 and IBM is raising eyebrows in the world of enterprise blockchain.
  6. Market observers were not surprised by an immediate but mild sell-off of bitcoin after it hit 2020’s new highs.
  7. Researchers are waiting on a final audit of a critical crypto library before releasing the deposit contract, Ethereum Foundation researcher Danny Ryan said.
  8. Ripple was threatened three years ago when the prices of XRP and bitcoin shot to historic highs.
  9. From Brazil to Argentina to Turkey, bitcoin priced in local currencies is reaching all time highs. But is this a story of bitcoin succeeding, fiat failing or both?
  10. The Fed and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network want to lower the threshold for reporting financial transactions and make sure crypto is included.
  11. The company had failed to file any reports with the commission since Dec. 31, 2019.
  12. Ken Kurson was arrested Friday and charged with cyberstalking in connection with his divorce, the New York Times reported.