🎉 2017: The Year of Altcoins, Forks, and Five Digit Bitcoin Price 🎉

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On December 30th, 2016 the price of bitcoin (BTC) was $960 USD, and since then the price had risen 1,941 percent 350 days later to an all-time high of $19,600 across global exchanges.

Now the price rests at roughly $13-14K but a lot more has changed this year besides the significant price rises of bitcoin and many other cryptocurrencies.

Look back at this amazing year in cryptocurrencies with us.
 
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10 Americans killed in Costa Rica plane crash; family of 5 reported among the dead

A plane crash in Costa Rica on New Year's Eve killed 10 Americans and two local crew members, officials have announced. Local media reported a family of five was among the dead.

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And the Most Influential is...



It's a bird… it's a plane…
 
CoinDesk's Most Influential in Blockchain 2017 is here.

Our most in-depth editorial offering to date, this new series features 10 profiles on the most important figures shaping the crypto landscape, as chosen by CoinDesk's readers and editors.

Included are stories from CoinDesk reporters and editors that aim to shed light on the real-life superheroes who made this such a historic year, as well as videos that let our Influencers speak for themselves, providing insights on the fastest-growing sector in emerging tech.

10. Jihan Wu

9. Amber Baldet

8. Erik Voorhees

7. Pieter Wuille

6. Yao Qian

5. Joe Lubin

4. Naval Ravikant

3. Charlie Lee

2. Jamie Dimon

1. Bitcoin Sign Guy

Love our list or hate it? Don't be shy and tweet us at #CoinDeskMostInfluential.
Here's to an even more exciting 2018.




 

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Cleveland Browns become 2nd team in NFL history to finish season 0-16

Cleveland Browns join the 2008 Detroit Lions as the only teams in NFL history to finish the season 0-16.

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One deputy killed, four others shot outside of Denver, police say

One deputy was killed and four others were shot while responding to a domestic disturbance call outside of Denver early Sunday by a suspect who is "believed to be dead" and no longer a threat, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said. 



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Colorado police say "multiple deputies down' following shooting

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office said on Twitter that "multiple deputies down" following a shooting outside of Denver. 

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On Fareed Zakaria GPS Today

Insights, analysis and must reads from CNN's Fareed Zakaria and the Global Public Square team, compiled by Global Briefing editor Jason Miks.

December 31, 2017

On Today's Show

Regular editions of Fareed's Global Briefing will return from January 2, 2018.

On GPS at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN:

First, Fareed gives his take on America's "retreat" from its traditional role of international leadership.
 
"This, then, is the condition of the new international system today. Its creator, upholder and enforcer has withdrawn into self-centered isolation. The second great supporter and advocate of the open, rule-based world, Europe, has not been able to act assertively on the world stage with any clear vision or purpose. And in this period, China, Russia and a host of smaller, illiberal powers are surging forward to fill the vacuum," Fareed says.
 
Then, Fareed hosts a panel to discuss U.S. foreign policy under President Trump, America's role in the world, and the key global trends to watch for in 2018. Joining Fareed are Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist, Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, and Walter Russell Mead, a professor of foreign affairs at Bard College and a distinguished fellow at the Hudson Institute. 

Also on the show: Tensions between the United States and Russia are arguably at their greatest since the Cold War. But the history of antipathy and distrust between the two goes back further than the Cold War. How does history inform today? Fareed speaks with Simon Sebag Montefiore, a historian, novelist and author of "The Romanovs: 1613-1918," who has written extensively about Russia.

Plus: Fareed is joined by Harold Evans, once voted the greatest newspaper editor in history, who is author of the new book "Do I Make Myself Clear?: Why Writing Well Matters." Evans discusses the frequent misuse of language – especially in business and politics – and how it leads to "distortion and deception of ordinary people."

 

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