Europe’s first bitcoin-related deaths link a deadly fungus

A fungus linked to a deadly outbreak of cryptocurans has infected an estimated 2,500 people in Europe, and the first fatalities have been reported in the country of Greece, a Greek health official said.

According to Dr. Andreas Zilzke, the health minister of the European Union, Greece has recorded more than 3,000 cases of cryptocurenia and about 1,200 deaths, the country’s national news agency ANA reported.

He did not immediately know how many deaths were caused by the cryptocuran-associated coronavirus.

Cryptocurenia is a fungus that is spread by direct contact with a specimen of the fungus and causes a painful and painful rash.

According to the World Health Organization, the disease is a very serious, but not life-threatening condition.

The most common symptoms include a severe cough, fever, muscle aches and diarrhea.

People who develop cryptocurenias can experience a wide range of symptoms, including:Dizziness;Headaches;Weakness;Anxiety;Vomiting;Muscle aches;Irritability;Constipation;Fatigue;Nausea;Weight loss;Memory loss;Irregular heartbeat;Headache;Irreversible hearing loss;Vision loss;Diarrhea;Vitamin B12 deficiency;Cancer;Heart attack;Meningitis;Infection with Cryptococcus aureus;Cerebral edema;Kidney failure;Other;More news from Europe