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❕NEWS Ethereum burnt continues to rise to shocking levels - Will it stop?

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The one thing that people are looking for in a coin is continuous improvement and generally this improvement is what helps a coin to increase its demand. Doing so in a decentralized system is very important because it will cause a rise in the price of the coin. Another way to increase the price of a coin is to burn the supply and lower it, therefore increasing the price. This is the case with Ethereum, and in a recent article that was released it seems that since the network update that happened two months ago, that there is over half a million ETH coins that were burnt. What do you think about this?
 

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