In BriefTezos 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.
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.
Welcome to Delphi! 🏛️ #Tezos upgraded at block 1,212,417. pic.twitter.com/XjnQmAefjN— Tezos (@tezos) November 12, 2020
To the 346 million PayPal users…— Ryan Sean Adams – rsa.eth 🏴 (@RyanSAdams) November 12, 2020
Welcome to the party.
UnstoppableBitcoin continues what seems to be an unstoppable run, surpassing the $17,000 mark.
Bitcoin Cash underwent a hard fork, splitting into two new chains. And DeFi exchange SushiSwap is also on a massive price tear, up over 113% on the week.
#Bitcoin price $16,730— Danny Scott (@CoinCornerDanny) November 16, 2020
Only 8 days ALL time have closed above this.
Hodl on guys 🚀
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During the #BitcoinCash network upgrade, which is now complete, a chain split occurred resulting in two chains: BCHA and BCHN.— Bitcoin ABC (@Bitcoin_ABC) November 15, 2020
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