RT’s Boom Bust finds out who started rumor about Kroger accepting Bitcoin Cash & lined their pockets on the surge

The price of Bitcoin Cash popped nearly 5% on Friday morning on reports that grocery giant Kroger would begin accepting the cryptocurrency as a form of payment. However, the report turned out to be false. After the company said the press release which appeared on Kroger’s website was fake, Bitcoin Cash gave up all of its gains on the day, and even dipped below the price where it all started. Also on rt.com Fraudcoin: Biggest & nastiest scams to rock the cryptocurrency market Boom Bust co-host Benn Swann and Christy Ai offer their insight into the spike of the altcoin, which was created in 2017 as a fork of Bitcoin, the world’s number one digital currency.[embedded content]For more stories on economy & finance visit RT's business section

RT’s Boom Bust finds out who started rumor about Kroger accepting Bitcoin Cash & lined their pockets on the surge

The price of Bitcoin Cash popped nearly 5% on Friday morning on reports that grocery giant Kroger would begin accepting the cryptocurrency as a form of payment. However, the report turned out to be false.

After the company said the press release which appeared on Kroger’s website was fake, Bitcoin Cash gave up all of its gains on the day, and even dipped below the price where it all started.

Also on rt.com Fraudcoin: Biggest & nastiest scams to rock the cryptocurrency market

Boom Bust co-host Benn Swann and Christy Ai offer their insight into the spike of the altcoin, which was created in 2017 as a fork of Bitcoin, the world’s number one digital currency.

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For more stories on economy & finance visit RT's business section