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Crypto secures a place in the African-American saga By Cointelegraph

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February is Black History Month, and it’s worth remembering that cryptocurrency and blockchain technology have already had a significant impact on the African-American community.

People of color own cryptocurrencies at consistently higher levels than whites, surveys show, while anecdotal evidence suggests crypto has also sparked a wave of innovation and entrepreneurial energy in the black community – from new New York mayor converting his first paycheck to crypto to basketball star Kevin Durant is launching a new special-purpose acquisition company to focus on cryptocurrencies and blockchain.

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