New Bitcoin hash rate highs remove any trace of China mining ban
- Central banks reducing emergency stimulus too quickly and further supply chain disruption are among the top risks to the world economy next year as the COVID-19 pandemic lingers
- China’s exit from #Bitcoin mining, which saw its hash rate dive 50% this year, is now all but unnoticeable as network fundamentals take care of their own recovery
- European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde pushed back against market bets that runaway #inflation would force a rate hike as early as next year, reaffirming the view that price pressures would ease by then
- #Gold got a slight bump of 0.2% against the Dollar
- #WTIUSD gained 0.6%
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