Bitcoin claws it’s way back after weekend selloff, plus Ethereum developer on crypto innovation

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Yahoo Finance’s Jennifer Schonberger reports on the latest volatility with bitcoin, plus her exclusive interview with Lane Rettig former ethereum core developer.

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