Bitcoin Sinked Below $19K Ahead of Key Fed Decision

Bitcoin sinked below $19k ahead of key fed decision

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Bitcoin (BTC) slips below $19,000 ahead of the upcoming FOMC meeting this week. Adam Sze, SVP and head of digital assets at Global X ETFs, discusses global recession concerns and his outlook on the crypto markets. Plus, his prediction on the Fed’s next expected interest rate hike.

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