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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Tuesday

Anti-government protesters gather at Kiev's Independence Square.
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Happy Tuesday. Doug Kass has a note out explaining Monday's stock market rally with a succinctly eloquent "I don't know." Let's go with that.

As for WhatsApp, Mark Zuckerberg and the rest of the Facebook family will be pleased to know that opportunities abound in the voice-call sphere. (Computerworld)

Here's what you call joining the fight: Heavyweight champ Vitaly Klitschko says he's going to run for Ukraine president. (The Independent)

I'm going to Disneyland ... as soon as I get my home equity line of credit approved so I can afford a day pass, which just got more expensive than a nose job for Pinocchio. (New York Post)

Bitcoin is under the gun after its highest-profile exchange seems to have gone down in cyberflames. Here's how it can affect bitcoin bugs. (Forbes)

An expected titanic battle in the mobile payments industry is brewing between Apple and eBay, whose CEO said he isn't afraid of the biggest of all the big tech kahunas. (ECommerceBytes)

And finally ... if you're on Twitter, then you probably have come across the Goldman Sachs Elevator guy. Now, it can be told, that the tweeter was neither part of Goldman Sachs nor in its elevator. Andrew Ross Sorkin of CNBC and The New York Times, has the real inside scoop.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.