Jered Kenna

Tradehill

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Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tradehill, a digital currency exchange

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The price of a  Bitcoin  has jumped from $13 at the start of this year to more than a thousand, and it's still rising. Congress and federal regulators are beginning to pay attention.

Is the Bitcoin a Boom or a Bubble?

The price of a Bitcoin has jumped from $13 at the start of this year to more than a thousand, and it's still rising. Congress and federal regulators are beginning to pay attention.

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