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After a tough start to the week, cryptocurrencies and crypto stocks poked their heads above water following the conclusion of the Federal Reserve's September meeting Wednesday. Over the last 24 hours, the price of the world's largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC), traded 1.2% higher as of 3:48 p.m. ET today. The price of Bitcoin jumped back over $19,000, as of this writing, after dipping below that level earlier this week.
-- The Second Facility in the State and Third for the Company Overall, Further Expanding its High-Performance Computing (HPC) Infrastructure -- Executed Additional 70MW Option with Marathon Digital Holdings (Nasdaq: MARA), Bringing Total Contracted Capacity to 276MW DALLAS, Sept. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Applied Blockchain, Inc. (Nasdaq: APLD) ("Applied Blockchain" or the "Company") a designer, builder and operator of next-generation datacenters that provide power to blockchain infrastructur