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The SunBitcoin investors BANNED from using their mega-profits to buy ...The SunINVESTORS of Bitcoin who've made a mint are now trying to cash in on their sudden windfall by milking the UK's property boom. But lenders are now worried about the source of the cash and have been rejecting them for mortgages.Bitcoin investors face being banned from using their gains - Daily MailDaily Mailall 2 news articles »13-01-2018

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Bitcoin investors BANNED from using their mega-profits to buy ...
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INVESTORS of Bitcoin who've made a mint are now trying to cash in on their sudden windfall by milking the UK's property boom. But lenders are now worried about the source of the cash and have been rejecting them for mortgages.
Bitcoin investors face being banned from using their gains - Daily MailDaily Mail

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