Bitcoin May Rise to $175,000 by Year End: Diginex CEO

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  • Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Bitcoin May Rise to $175,000 by Year End: Diginex CEO” – below is their description.

    Mar.14 — Richard Byworth, chief executive officer of Diginex Ltd., a Nasdaq-listed digital asset financial services company, discusses the outlook for bitcoin and the launch of the company’s own token EQUOS Origin. Bitcoin eased back after scaling $61,000 for the first time on bets that some of the pandemic relief payments in the U.S. will end up chasing the digital token’s towering rally. Byworth speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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