Shot Taiwanese Bitcoin Miner Blames Trading Crackdown in China

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Shot Taiwanese Bitcoin Miner Blames Trading Crackdown in China
The regulatory crackdown on bitcoin trading in mainland China has reportedly led to a bitcoin miner in Taiwan being shot by local gangsters....

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