Cryptocurrency Has a Long and Wild Journey Ahead While Blockchain Has Already Reached the End of the Rope (Weekly Digest, week 45)

AMD partners seven major tech firms, Goldman Sach's scandal, Bitmain announces a new miner, Vitalik Buterin doesn't leave Ethereum, BTCC shuts down its mining pool, Chinese school mines ETH — all in this weekly news digest

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BTC

3,613 USD
1.35%

ETH

119.62 USD
1.78%

BCH

130.06 USD
6.00%

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