Welcome to the third installment of BeInCrypto’s bi-weekly news show, where we explore the latest thought-provoking news in the cryptocurrency space.
Tezos underwent a major upgrade to focus more on DeFi, but there has been little reaction from Tezos token (XTZ) prices, which have been mostly trading sideways for the past two months.
— Tezos (@tezos) November 12, 2020
Meanwhile, PayPal announced the removal of its waitlist and launched full crypto services to all of its U.S.-based users. Some of its crypto-related information also drew criticism in the wake of the launch.
To the 346 million PayPal users…
Welcome to the party.
— Ryan Sean Adams – rsa.eth
(@RyanSAdams) November 12, 2020
Bitcoin continues what seems to be an unstoppable run, surpassing the $17,000 mark.
#Bitcoin price $16,730
Only 8 days ALL time have closed above this.
Hodl on guys
— Danny Scott (@CoinCornerDanny) November 16, 2020
During the #BitcoinCash network upgrade, which is now complete, a chain split occurred resulting in two chains: BCHA and BCHN.
BCHA is focused on building sound global money by rewarding the technical talent that makes it happen. Sign up to find out more: https://t.co/djqtsBrHli
— Bitcoin ABC (@Bitcoin_ABC) November 15, 2020
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