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This Week in Cryptocurrency: December 14, 2018

This week in crypto: U.S. bills start moving, the CFTC looks for teachers, and Dash dines on some Venezuelan chicken. Read it all in our weekly roundup.

This Week in Cryptocurrency: December 7, 2018

This week in crypto: The market bleeds, but Wyoming votes “yes” to blockchain, and one billionaire remains bullish. Read about it all in our roundup.

This Week in Cryptocurrency: November 23, 2018

This week in cryptocurrency: The market dips and…dips again, Libertarians choose Bitcoin, and art hits the blockchain. Our weekly roundup covers it all.

This Week in Cryptocurrency: November 16, 2018

This week in cryptocurrency: the market bleeds, Bitcoin Cash forks, and Tokyo police play hardball. Read about all this and more in our weekly update.

This Week in Cryptocurrency: November 9, 2018

This week in crypto: EtherDelta faces charges, William Shatner teaches Ethereum, and blockchain governors take office. Read about it in our weekly roundup.

This Week in Cryptocurrency: November 02, 2018

This week in crypto: Jamie Dimon attempts apathy, China flip flops, and Bitcoin celebrates its cakeday. Read about all this and more in our weekly roundup.

This Week in Cryptocurrency: October 26, 2018

This week in cryptocurrency: A flat market, a new stablecoin, and fresh Japanese self-regulation. Read all about it in our weekly news round-up.

This Week in Cryptocurrency: October 19, 2018

This week in crypto: Tether takes a tumble, Fidelity welcomes crypto with open arms, and Rwanda tracks minerals on the blockchain. Read all about it.

This Week in Cryptocurrency: October 12, 2018

This week in cryptocurrency: Gemini keeps funds safu, Soulja Boy becomes relevant again, and the city of Seoul is getting smart. Read all about it here.

This Week in Cryptocurrency: October 5, 2018

This week in crypto: Shapeshift faces off with the WSJ, Coinbase joins the multi-billion dollar club, and Bill Clinton is relevant once again. Read on here.