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Big money stays away from booming bitcoin

Globe and Mail Monday, 23 October 2017
Mainstream institutional investors are turned off by cryptocurrency risks
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Bitcoin is booming, digital currency hedge funds are sprouting at the rate of two a week and the value of all cryptocurrencies has surged tenfold this year to more than $170 billion. But as Kate King reports, mainstream institutional investors are steering clear, taking the view that it is too...

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