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Wiki Leaks publisher Julian Assange gave a shout-out to bitcoin on Friday, suggesting the wildly popular cryptocurrency was the best way to fight the power of Wall Street. In a tweet, Assange said bitcoin was the “real Occupy Wall Street.” The Occupy Wall Street protest movement began in New York’s financial district in 2011, going on to spur a worldwide crusade highlighting the divide between the world’s wealthiest people and its poorest. From the Market Watch archives: Occupy Wall Street is this year’s tea party Slide show: Pictures of Occupy Wall Street in action Hours earlier, he sent out this tweet saying that Wiki Leaks now supports bitcoin Seg Wit addresses. Bitcoin plunged 34% earlier this summer, when the cryptocurrency was expected to split into two discrete versions following a software update known As Segregation Witness or Seg Wit to speed up its network. That split created a parallel blockchain currency called Bitcoin Cash. David Graeber, considered an unofficial leader of the Occupy movement and author of “Debt: The first 5,000 years,” appeared to disagree a little, when asked what he thought of that statement on Twitter: But some argued that bitcoin may just be a wolf in sheep’s clothing, considering it doesn’t exactly have a low barrier to entry, especially given a 1,600% run-up in the price of the cryptocurrency BTCUSD, on Sunday. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon is among those who have urged people not to buy bitcoin. Read: Why Denmark wants to use blockchain and cryptos to fight for human rights But as many have pointed out, gaining exposure to bitcoin via Cboe and CME is a fairly big undertaking, as the initial margin requirement confines participation to institutional and high-net-worth individuals. Wiki Leaks publisher Julian Assange gave a shout-out to bitcoin on Friday, suggesting the wildly popular cryptocurrency was the best way to fight the power of Wall Street. In a tweet, Assange said bitcoin was the “real Occupy Wall Street.” The Occupy Wall Street protest movement began in New York’s financial district in 2011, going on to spur a worldwide crusade highlighting the divide between the world’s wealthiest people and its poorest. From the Market Watch archives: Occupy Wall Street is this year’s tea party Slide show: Pictures of Occupy Wall Street in action Hours earlier, he sent out this tweet saying that Wiki Leaks now supports bitcoin Seg Wit addresses. Bitcoin plunged 34% earlier this summer, when the cryptocurrency was expected to split into two discrete versions following a software update known As Segregation Witness or Seg Wit to speed up its network. That split created a parallel blockchain currency called Bitcoin Cash. David Graeber, considered an unofficial leader of the Occupy movement and author of “Debt: The first 5,000 years,” appeared to disagree a little, when asked what he thought of that statement on Twitter: But some argued that bitcoin may just be a wolf in sheep’s clothing, considering it doesn’t exactly have a low barrier to entry, especially given a 1,600% run-up in the price of the cryptocurrency BTCUSD, on Sunday. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon is among those who have urged people not to buy bitcoin. Read: Why Denmark wants to use blockchain and cryptos to fight for human rights But as many have pointed out, gaining exposure to bitcoin via Cboe and CME is a fairly big undertaking, as the initial margin requirement confines participation to institutional and high-net-worth individuals.

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