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World’s Largest Asset Manager Says “Very Little Investors Demand for Bitcoin”

Larry Fink, the CEO of the World’s largest asset manager BlackRock said he has seen a constant decline in inquiries regarding Bitcoin over the past couple of weeks. Fink said the firm is seeing very little investor demand for the top cryptocurrency. He went onto add that Bitcoin doesn’t fit in investor’s long-term or retirement

Larry Fink, the CEO of the World’s largest asset manager BlackRock said he has seen a constant decline in inquiries regarding Bitcoin over the past couple of weeks. Fink said the firm is seeing very little investor demand for the top cryptocurrency. He went onto add that Bitcoin doesn’t fit in investor’s long-term or retirement

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Bitcoin Demand Soars in Turkey As Inflation Rises by 16%

Bitcoin trading volume in Turkey has registered a spike in the wake of the growing inflation rate in the country. The inflation rate of Turkey has risen by 16% over the past 6 months, making many looks for alternatives store of value. Only a couple of weeks back the value of national fiat Turkish Liara

Bitcoin trading volume in Turkey has registered a spike in the wake of the growing inflation rate in the country. The inflation rate of Turkey has risen by 16% over the past 6 months, making many looks for alternatives store of value. Only a couple of weeks back the value of national fiat Turkish Liara

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JP Morgan Says It Would Offer Bitcoin if Client Demand Soars

JP Morgan COO Daniel Pinto during a recent interview with CNBC said that they are open to offering bitcoin trading via their platform once the client demand soars. Pinto’s comments came in the wake of BNY Mellon, America’s oldest bank announcing the start of bitcoin service citing growing clients demand. “If over time an asset

JP Morgan COO Daniel Pinto during a recent interview with CNBC said that they are open to offering bitcoin trading via their platform once the client demand soars. Pinto’s comments came in the wake of BNY Mellon, America’s oldest bank announcing the start of bitcoin service citing growing clients demand. “If over time an asset