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First Mover Asia: BTC Holds Near $24K; Why Do We Need EthereumPOW When We Have Ethereum Classic?
Crypto mega-entrepreneurs Vitalik Buterin and Justin Sun are clashing over Ethereum’s future.
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Vitalik Buterin Plays Down Impact of Ethereum Forks After Merge
The company co-founder said it's unlikely that the blockchain will be “significantly harmed by another fork.”
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Why the Crypto Industry Must Now Come to Its Own Defense
Cryptocurrency adversaries have used the decline in prices as an opportunity to ratchet up their criticism of digital assets.
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Ethereum After the Merge: What Comes Next?
Post-Merge, the Surge, the Verge, the Purge and the Splurge will continue to make Ethereum's proof-of-stake blockchain more scalable and secure.
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Vitalik Buterin Discusses Ethereum's Upcoming 'Merge' and 'Surge' at EthCC in Paris
The co-founder of the Ethereum network spoke about its future road map on Thursday.
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Vitalik Buterin Thanks Shiba Inu Community as Grant Program Begins
The Ethereum co-founder used part of the shiba inu tokens sent to him by developers as a gift to help support Ph.D. students researching artificial intelligence
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What’s in Your Bear Market Backpack?
From existential dread to blissful ignorance — reactions to Ethereum’s market slump vary across the board
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Vitalik's Mom Offers Advice on How to Make It in Crypto
“You need to have a lot of perseverance and a lot of patience,” she said in an interview for CoinDesk's "Future of Work Week."
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What Happens When You Die in the Metaverse?
Ethereum’s founder proposed “soulbound tokens” to give digital identity value. Is there a price to be paid?
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Ethereum’s Dark Underbelly Shows That Even in Crypto, Trust Matters
Laura Shin’s book “The Cryptopians” drives home the reality that the human element is at least as important as it is in traditional fields.
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