NPR's Planet Money looking for new bitcoin users in Europe
Hi. I'm an economics reporter with NPR. We're updating some of our bitcoin reporting for this week's show. I'm hoping to find people in Europe who started using bitcoins in the past month or so. We're trying to get a sense of how meaningful the Cyprus crisis actually was in terms of moving Europeans into bitcoins. Please contact me at [email protected] if you can help! Thanks.- Z
I think NPR's Planet Money is about to buy some Bitcoin
They've been re-running episodes about the gold standard, and teasing about how they are going to buy "something" in an upcoming episode. In the past few years, they've purchased toxic assets (bundled mortgages from the financial crisis) and gold coins. Stay tuned! http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/archive
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