While the Ethereum price is only beginning to show signs of recovery, the bitcoin price has managed to hold above key support in the wake of industry setbacks. When the bitcoin price jumped from $6,300 to $6,500 a few days ago, the whole market was watching, including Michael Novogratz, founder of Galaxy Digital.  He was […]
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