Bitcoin News Roundup for June 18, 2020

Bitcoin News Roundup for June 18, 2020

With an Austrian app that aims to track COVID-19 now including blockchain, CoinDesk’s Markets Daily Bitcoin news roundup is back!

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Today’s stories:

Bitcoin’s Mayer multiple indicates the cryptocurrency is undervalued despite having rallied by over 40% this quarter.

Former national security adviser John Bolton is said to have revealed the conversation in his book, scheduled for publication next week.

Austria’s economic affairs ministry awarded a $67,600 grant to a project called QualiSig, which uses the Ardor blockchain to verify COVID-19 testing.

Russia’s Ministry of Justice is the latest government authority to oppose a proposed crypto ban, seeing inconsistencies in the bill’s stipulations

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