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Crypto Currier
26 November 2021

This week in the Industry Roundup:

Blockchain is being used to bring internet connectivity to Zanzibar, Japanese banks are collaborating on a digital currency payment system, Palau has partnered with Ripple to launch a climate-friendly digital currency and India again plans to ban crypto. Pantera Capital has raised $600 million for a new crypto fund, US cinemas accept crypto for ticket sales and recycling the waste from Bitcoin mining, as Mr. Goxx, the crypto-trading hamster dies.

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