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As an all news radio station, KQV Newsradio has the opportunity to interview many notable, famous and accomplished Newsmakers. P.J. Maloney and Joe Fenn have made the Live-Line a daily staple; addressing current and relevant issues.
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Bitcoin a currency created in 2009 to handle transactions globally without middle men like banks or brokers. Bitcoin is not tied to any country or subject to regulation and has been used to book hotels, airlines, and becoming more widely accepted for internet purchases. Much of the excitement for Bitcoin is in trading the currency as its price surged to $18,000 yesterday during its debut on the futures market. Major banks and brokerage houses warn that bitcoin contracts could be a speculative bubble ready to pop, as it was rushed to market without proper oversight and could easily be manipulated.
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