CoinDesk Is Spinning Up an Ethereum 2.0 Node. Here’s How to Follow Our Journey

CoinDesk Is Spinning Up an Ethereum 2.0 Node. Here’s How to Follow Our Journey

CoinDesk just snagged a front-row seat to a seminal event in the crypto industry. Ticket price: 32 ETH.

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