Bitcoin Outlook Ahead of Key Fed Decision Next Week

Bitcoin outlook ahead of key fed decision next week

CoinDesk published this video item, entitled “Bitcoin Outlook Ahead of Key Fed Decision Next Week” – below is their description.

CoinDesk’s Markets Managing Editor Brad Keoun discusses the outlook for bitcoin (BTC) ahead of the FOMC meeting scheduled next week. CoinDesk Tech Managing Editor Christie Harkin weighs in on where bitcoin is headed as the Merge hype fades away.

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