What a Strong Dollar Means for Crypto Market

What a strong dollar means for crypto market

CoinDesk published this video item, entitled “What a Strong Dollar Means for Crypto Market” – below is their description.

Bitcoin (BTC) and other major cryptocurrencies are spiking higher Tuesday after the recent crash of fiat currencies worldwide against the U.S. dollar. eToro Crypto Consultant Glen Goodman discusses the impact of the dollar’s strength on the crypto markets.

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