A few days ago we wrote about the headline in a Reuters article. The agency titled one of its texts “Dollar plummets on U.S. stimulus hopes; Bitcoin hits all-time peak ”. Now it turns out that the oldest mining pool, the Slush Pool, placed this title in block no. 659678.
Slush Pool shared the news on Twitter and stated that miners wanted to “immortalize” the headline to make it “alive forever”.
Our miners asked us to immortalize it.
– Slush Pool | Braiins (OS +) (@slush_pool) December 2, 2020
The dollar is weakening and BTC achieves ATH
Reuters published an article talking about the weakening US dollar and Bitcoin reaching ATH. In the article, Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss noted that the dollar’s decline coincided with the announcement of the second COVID-19 stimulus package being discussed in the US Congress.
Coding the article in the blockchain Bitcoin seems to be a nod to the first block of the net. In 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto included a headline from The Times newspaper which read: “Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks.”
With the recent rally leading to ATH, the mainstream media has shifted its focus to the industry crypto. Peter Schiff, a gold enthusiast and one of BTC’s biggest haters, argued against the media’s promotion of digital currencies.
“CNBC’s excessive interest in Bitcoin marks a new low level of ethics in financial journalism.”
– wrote Schiff on Twitter on December 1.
CNBC’s excessive coverage of #Bitcoin sets a new low in financial journalism ethics. Their constant promotion has legitimized the asset in the eyes of their audience, many of whom will buy and then be left holding the bag when the whales dump what @CNBC helped pump.
– Peter Schiff (@PeterSchiff) December 1, 2020
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