First Mover: As Central Banks Print $1.4B an Hour, Bitcoiners Bet on F...
First Mover: As Central Banks Print $1.4B an Hour, Bitcoiners Bet on Federal Reserve 'Capture' - CoinDesk - CoinDesk
Though no fresh stimulus is expected this week from the Fed, bitcoin investors betting on money printing could just wait for the next sell-off in U.S stocks.
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