There is a Tsunami of Tokenization: Ledger CEO Gauthier

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Jun.10 — International banking regulators’ decision to classify Bitcoin as the riskiest of assets dragged cryptocurrencies further into the mainstream financial world. It also made it extremely costly for banks to hold digital tokens on their balance sheets, potentially delaying crypto’s wider adoption. Pascal Gauthier, CEO of Ledger, talks with Bloomberg’s Romaine Bostick, Caroline Hyde and Joe Weisenthal on “What’d You Miss?” about cryptocurrencies.

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