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Crypto News: Crypto Bulls Rule & Bears Drool

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This week’s crypto news goes to the bulls! Just about everything in the market is green and things have shown no sign of slowing down. Dogecoin has left earth and appears moonbound.

Chainlink is looking toward developing hybrid smart contracts and Exodus Shares break record demand early on.

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  2. Considering using Exodus wallet? Let me tell you that Exodus is completely unsafe! My Exodus wallet was hacked into and coins worth $ 5,500 were stolen. I am a tech guy and my computer is well protected. I monitor it every day and keep it safe from any spyware and malware. My password is very strong and used by me solely for the use of the Exodus wallet and I have never given it or revealed it to anyone. I was very disappointed to find out that my wallet had been broken into so easily – not to mention (and I dare say) that maybe it was an inside work. Be aware!

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