Ark’s Wood Says Bitcoin Has Trillions in Market-Cap Potential

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    Feb.25 — Cathie Wood, chief executive officer at Ark Investment Management, says it is “early days” for Bitcoin as she outlines how use cases can elevate the potential market cap of the cryptocurrency. She speaks with Bloomberg’s Mike McGlone at the Bloomberg Crypto Summit.

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