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Where eth goes? 45*$-$5** soon
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Ethereum price is gaining momentum against the US Dollar and Bitcoin. ETH/USD broke a key resistance for further gains above $366

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Ethereum could soon launch its first Casper testnet. Ethereum developers are looking to use code for their experimental Casper proof-of-stake protocol as the basis for a new test network. During a core developer meeting today, ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin said that not only is Casper ready to be tested, but that it could provide a security boost when testing code across clients. Its a prospect that could come as a relief to developers, particularly those working on projects that must interface with the networks varied client offerings.

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Ethereum ETH/USD is traded on the stage of 330. Cryptocurrency is traded above the upper boundary of the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo Cloud, which signifies a bullish sample in Ethereum. Ichimoku Kinko Hyo signal line house verify is near the 320 stage, from which we rely on a rebound and an attempt to proceed the growth of the crypto foreign exchange with a aim at 360.

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Buy Ethereum Now, Before Its Tech Takes Off

ETH price has stabilized around $300 as BTC has shown volatility.

ETH has responded well from growing pains and continues to find support in users, technologists, and companies.

Upgrades will send ETH price up - especially Casper which will incentivize owners to stock and stake ETH, leading to a rise from scarcity as its tech finds adoption.

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Ethereum forecast and prediction for 2018

Unless there are significant changes to the Ethereum network in 2018, it will probably hit $1,000 and go beyond. Now, that s just my opinion, and you can hold off your comments until we re celebrating 2019.

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Yesterday, a user by the name of devops199 and self-declared “ETH newbie” attempted to trigger kill() functions in random Ethereum smart contracts to see what might happen (presumably for “a bit of a laugh”). You don t need to be a Solidity developer to get an idea of what the kill() funciton might do to the funds stored inside such a contract. Of course calling a kill() function would typically have no effect this function can only be executed by the contract owner.

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The problem right now is that too many people outside of the blockchain space focus on tokens and ICOs frankly speaking, its the least interesting part of ethereum. *********
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