Crypto of The Week – Cryptocurrency News

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We hope you have all had a great week!

 

This week has again been another interesting week filled with Crypto news. We have seen Ripple’s XRP cross the $3.50 mark before retreating. We have had the announcement from Coinbase stating they currently have no plans to add any new Cryptos, and we have seen many Crypto currency debit cards being suspended.

 

With a lot to choose from, our ‘Crypto of the Week’ goes to Ethereum which has crossed the $1,000 mark for the first time.

 

Ethereum

 

Ethereum announced earlier this week that they will be issuing grants to support research into scaling the Ethereum network. We have been big fans of Ethereum and the team behind it for a long time. Vitalik Buterin (co-founder) is always looking for ways to improve the blockchain and find solutions to problems in today’s digital society.

 

On 31 August 2017, whilst the price of Ethereum was $380, we stated that we expected to see it rise to $1000.

 

We wish you all a great week ahead. Be sure to keep up to date with the happenings in the Crypto world this week as we expect further news and announcements.

 

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