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4 predictions for blockchain in 2021 – from cryptocurrencies to art

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Even as the world has been wrestling with the consequences of the pandemic, the pace of work across the blockchain ecosystem has been accelerating. Image: Unsplash

Sheila Warren
Chief Executive Officer, Crypto Council for Innovation
Sumedha Deshmukh
Policy Advisor, Crypto Council for Innovation
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