The Week In Bitcoin - Issue #94: Tokens Sales Everywhere, Litecoin Added To Coinbase & Other News From The Week

Coinbase continues to add testnet coins. Sorry, I mean cryptocurrencies 🙊 to their app. I've also inc
The Week In Bitcoin
The Week In Bitcoin - Issue #94: Tokens Sales Everywhere, Litecoin Added To Coinbase & Other News From The Week
By The Week In Bitcoin • Issue #36
Coinbase continues to add testnet coins. Sorry, I mean cryptocurrencies 🙊 to their app. 
I’ve also included two solid pieces on the rise of token sales - both worth a read. Find them HERE and HERE.
In other news, my alma mater is sticking things on a chain. Let’s see where that goes 🙄.
I also found an answer to why there isn’t a bitcoin emoji 🤔 👀👇
— Alan Tsen, @alantsen 👊💯
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News This Week
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On the important question of why there isn't a bitcoin emoji 🤔
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