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Editorial November 23
Víctor de Castro

A breath of fresh air for Bitcoin


New life seems to have been breathed into Bitcoin. After closing high and opening in the same way, the price of BTC has surpassed $16,000 currently sitting at around $16,500. An upward movement that has been mimicked by all altcoins, especially Litecoin, which has touched $83.66, figures that it had not been seen since the fall of the LUNA and UST tokens last May. 


Fed Minutes 


An important day in terms of macroeconomic data. The minutes of the Fed's monetary policy meeting will be published today. For the moment, New Zealand is following the hawkish strategy of the United States and raising their interest rates by 75 basis points (4.25%). Throughout the day the manufacturing PMI of France (49.1), Germany (46,7), the Euro Zone (47,3), the United Kingdom, and the United States will be released. In the country of the stars and stripes, in addition to the minutes, construction permits, new requests for unemployment benefits, sales of new homes, and inventories of crude oil from the IEA will be made public. And you won't have any more data until next Monday due to Thanksgiving. Wall Street closed in the green. 


A clash between Binance and Coinbase 


Changpeng Zhao was accused of sparking FTX's demise following the publication of the sale of Binance's holdings in FTT. Now, it seems that a new tweet has caused sparked a new feud between CZ and Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase. The executive director of the American exchange has spoken out via social media in order to reassure his users, showing his accounts and remembering that "if you see FUD out there, remember, our finances are public." Is this the start of a clash between Coinbase and Binance?

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