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It's time to take a look back at our past week. Bitcoin volumes during four market crashes suggest sellers are giving up, MicroStrategy purchased BTC 660 for an additional $25 million, Litecoin released its long-awaited alternative and scalable upgrade MWEB, and Luna jumped up as Terra asked the community for $38 million to fund an undisclosed sports partnership. Fidelity says Bitcoin is "fundamentally different" from other cryptocurrencies and is unlikely to be replaced, while Meta will say goodbye to Diem, although buyer Silvergate Capital may launch its own stablecoin. Meanwhile, Woori Bank began accepting blockchain-powered driver's licenses as an official form of ID verification. Then news broke that Wormhole lost $325 million in the fourth largest cryptocurrency hack. Meanwhile, the Caribbean CBDC has been offline for over two weeks due to technical issues.

In the exchange and wallet space, BitMEX airdrops 1.5 million BMEX to its users and releases litepaper, South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges look to retain employees by paying huge Lunar New Year bonuses, FTX prepares to set up store in Japan by acquiring Liquid Group, and the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board continues to invest in FTX, which is not available in Ontario. Trezor dropped a controversial KYC feature that planned to "cut through regulatory overreach," and former FinCEN officials urged calm after the return of the U.S. Treasury's "non-custodial wallet" regulatory proposal. As for NFT, Kanye West won't be releasing anything, at least for now, and Pak will be working with Julian Assange to release the NFT compilation "Censored" once LooksRare's $8.3 billion laundering deal is removed, leaving OpenSea as the dominant player in the NFT market. s dominant marketplace.

India's finance minister has ignited hopes of cryptocurrency legalization with a new tax proposal, while the finance minister says cryptocurrency regulation in India is still a work in progress. Russia's central bank wants to ban bitcoin and cryptocurrency mining despite strong opposition, while the finance ministry says a cryptocurrency regulatory compromise will come "within a month. El Salvador is trying to revive its Chivo app by partnering with U.S.-based AlphaPoint, and Lebanon is reportedly planning to forcibly convert its foreign currency holdings into its LBP, again building a case for bitcoin. The IRS is set to refund a couple's XTZ pledge tax bills, and the U.K. updated its own DeFi return guidelines, according to reports. Meanwhile, the Year of the Tiger could be the Year of the Digital Yuan, as China celebrates more CBDC adoption. While all this is happening, two men who added cryptocurrency to a YouTuber's coffee in order to steal it have been sentenced to 3 years in prison.

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General Manager, CT What's going on here?

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Question: Can we have 100K BTC by Thursday?

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Let's see how BTC performs.

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Don't become a panic seller.

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'Fooey'.

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I've never been more afraid of volatility than I am now.

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A review of the ethereum roadmap.

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More developers share their perspectives.

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This kind of stands up ……

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'Calling 'mah coin shitcoins, this little shitcoin ……'

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At this point, MicroStrategy.

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The time is super early.

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"You know, crayons don't grow on trees."

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The printers always come.

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Ingenious Pioneering

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Wow, they do know best.

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Yes.

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Love.

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You will see that you can afford to drive mega vehicles when you get into cryptocurrency.

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Don't try this at home.