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Name Price Market Cap Change % (7D)
Bitcoin
$10,120.95
$181,650,624,897.50
-0.72%
Ethereum
$218.59
$23,567,112,263.84
+0.37%
Litecoin
$74.88
$4,720,378,538.30
-0.91%
DigitalCash
$96.09
$869,651,602.65
-1.31%
Monero
$73.65
$1,268,194,086.52
-3.4%
Nxt
$0.02
$15,585,878.00
0%
Ethereum Classic
$6.16
$700,246,223.12
+0.77%
Dogecoin
$0.00
$319,152,233.39
-2.21%
ZCash
$49.00
$365,528,056.25
-0.49%
Bitshares
$0.03
$93,240,843.20
0%

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Apple PR boss Steve Dowling leaves

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TV+ will not have ‘material impact’

Apple disputed the negative call by Goldman Sachs on Friday, which hit the stock, taking issue with the firm's negative characterization on how Apple would account for its new TV+ service. Goldman said that the one-year free trial…

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