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On Tuesday, we experienced technical difficulties that prevented us from publishing new content to CoinDesk.com for several hours. Our engineers worked flat out to fix the bug ASAP and existing content remained accessible to users.
While we leveraged our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter and Medium) to get the latest news out to our audience, we apologize for any inconvenience this situation may have caused on a particularly active day in the markets. Our ability to post stories has been restored and operations are back to normal.
Thank you for your continued readership and support.
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