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Twitter lets US Blue subscribers tweet up to 4,000 characters; in timelines, longer tweets will be capped at 280 characters and have an option to “Show more”
Brian Armstrong says Coinbase has heard “rumors” the SEC wants to “get rid of” crypto staking for retail investors, which “would be a terrible path for the US”
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