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Cryptocurrency expert Virgil Griffith reportedly once said it would be 'really cool' if North Korea mined Ether

Business Insider Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Cryptocurrency expert Virgil Griffith reportedly once said it would be 'really cool' if North Korea mined Ether· Virgil Griffith, the US cryptocurrency expert arrested last week on suspicion of helping North Korea evade US sanctions, reportedly said it'd be "really cool" if North Korea mined ether.
· Ether is a cryptocurrency developed by the Ethereum Foundation, a nonprofit cryptocurrency platform which Griffith also works for.
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