Bitcoin tests $25K, Acala crashes after hack, and how Avalanche subnets work: CNBC Crypto World

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CNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what’s ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the ever-changing crypto industry. On today’s show, Crypto World explains how Avalanche’s network operates and how it competes with ethereum.

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00:00 – CNBC Crypto World, August 15, 2022

0:23 – Crypto prices fall

0:40 – The headlines

2:34 – How Avalanche works

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