Grayscale Takes Over Key Role for Bitcoin Trust from Genesis; UN Agency Recession Risk Warning

Grayscale takes over key role for bitcoin trust from genesis; un agency recession risk warning

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A United Nations agency said Monday the Fed and other central banks risk pushing the global economy into recession if officials keep raising interest rates. Plus, Grayscale Investments, which offers the world’s biggest bitcoin (BTC) trust, is bringing a key administrative role for all of its products in-house through a newly created broker-dealer unit.

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