Bitcoin may have fallen from grace in the eyes of investors, but blockchain’s bull run shows little sign of slowing down.
After peaking at nearly $20,000 per coin in December 2017, the price of the cryptocurrency dove off a cliff, reaching lows of around $3,500 by the end of 2018. A series of enforcement actions by regulators over initial coin offerings (ICOs) also continued to damage the reputation of crypto generally. However, while the conversation had generally shifted to crypto, blockchain
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