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April 03, 2018, 09:43:48 AM
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1.Consensus: A highly anticipated Coindesk crypto event
2.SEC’s approval on crypto-based ETFs
3.Putting a hard cap on Ethereum (ETH)
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1.Consensus: A highly anticipated Coindesk crypto event
2.SEC’s approval on crypto-based ETFs
3.Putting a hard cap on Ethereum (ETH)
1. I don't know if the Coindesk should be a consider for watchout event, because its has minimal effect to the ecosystem.  It was more of a blockchain event. But I really like those speakers they get, but I'm not sure if they can bring positive vibes to be honest.
2. What ETF are you talking here? As far as I can remember, the winklevoss twins got a second chance review but I haven't heard anything as of yet. But correct me if I'm wrong.
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Just trolling - but maybe we should do it anyway.

That's the gist of a tweetstorm Monday from Vitalik Buterin, in which the ethereum creator said his proposal to create a hard cap on the supply of ether tokens was intended as an April Fool's "meta-joke."

https://www.coindesk.com/vitalik-ethereum-cap-joke-worth-taking-seriously/

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April 03, 2018, 02:49:28 PM
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1.Consensus: A highly anticipated Coindesk crypto event
2.SEC’s approval on crypto-based ETFs
3.Putting a hard cap on Ethereum (ETH)

1. I don't know if the Coindesk should be a consider for watchout event, because its has minimal effect to the ecosystem.  It was more of a blockchain event. But I really like those speakers they get, but I'm not sure if they can bring positive vibes to be honest.
2. What ETF are you talking here? As far as I can remember, the winklevoss twins got a second chance review but I haven't heard anything as of yet. But correct me if I'm wrong.
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Just trolling - but maybe we should do it anyway.

That's the gist of a tweetstorm Monday from Vitalik Buterin, in which the ethereum creator said his proposal to create a hard cap on the supply of ether tokens was intended as an April Fool's "meta-joke."

https://www.coindesk.com/vitalik-ethereum-cap-joke-worth-taking-seriously/

Peter got most of it detailed correctly.
You have been franked.  Grin But he really gave an idea for most of the Ethereum users and investors, somehow they might be thinking about it.

About Coindesk. Not everyone goes that way. In fact the google itself wont see it as the first option if you tried to search bitcoin or crypto currency. They may be filling up some details about crypto but they are not the first click for most of the researchers.
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