Bitcoin's back and this time it might not be a bubble

Thanks! I have version 1.0.34-0.1, so I seem to be affected indeed. The security issue you describe, is it because users with these privileges users may change the configuration within backintime-kde4 such as to backup the root to their own target and then read the files? Would this be different if I would allow them to run only the command line version backintime with specified config file in “Bitcoin was considered a bubble in 2018 but came back for a reason now,” said Han Jae-hoon, an analysts at SK Securities. “Especially with the participation from establishment players and business, it is obviously different from the brief hype created back in 2017." Bitcoin has seen an average daily move of 2.6 per cent this year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That compares with swings of 0.9 per cent for the price of gold, which is sometimes contrasted with digital assets. Hugo Rogers, chief investment officer at Deltec Bank & Trust, bought Bitcoin when it traded around US$9,300 in June and used any price weakness since then to add it to his “Bitcoin is the big winner from the current macro environment” Anthony Pompliano, Co-founder and partner at cryptocurrency investment firm Morgan Creek Digital Assets, told Reuters. “As we saw coming out of the 2008 liquidity crisis, Bitcoin started the day (i.e. 00:00 UTC on September 5) around $10,467. Then, between 06:35 UTC and 06:55 UTC, the Bitcoin price managed to stay mostly above $10,500. Then at 18:50 UTC, the Bitcoin price fell below the $10,000 level for the first time since July 27, and kept falling until it reached $9,915. Five minutes later, the BTC price went below the $9,900 and reached $9,892. Two hours

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