The Impact of #Bitcoin Futures ETFs on the Price of Bitcoin and Other Altcoins

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Nasdaq published this video item, entitled “The Impact of #Bitcoin Futures ETFs on the Price of Bitcoin and Other Altcoins” – below is their description.

Forbes Crypto Director of Research – Digital Assets Steven Ehrlich joins Jill Malandrino on Nasdaq #TradeTalks to discuss the impact of #bitcoin futures ETFs on the price of bitcoin and other altcoins.

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